Weekend round-up by Hal Goodtree. Swang Brothers picture via Facebook.
Cary, NC – Spring is in full swing with a huge weekend of events, according to the CaryCitizen Calendar.
63 Events, Thursday – Sunday
The young green leaves are finally out and flowers color the landscape across Cary. Prime time for events.
Thursday has fully 32 things happening, many of the Mommy & Me variety.
Noteworthy: Belk is having a free mammogram event on Thursday at Cary Town Center. More details on the Calendar.
Friday, April 19, 2013
Friday April 18, 2013 has a number of interesting events in Cary.
You can meet Cookie Mouse at Barnes & Noble (a creation inspired by the book If You Give a Mouse a Cookie), Grammy winner Jeremy Kittel brings his music to Cary Arts Center, there’s live music at Dean’s and the Vagina Monologues at Page-Walker.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Waverly Farmers’ Market opens on Saturday morning, joining the WWFM and Downtown markets which have been open for a couple of weeks. Last week at the farmers’ market I bought some delicious yellow tomatoes, beet greens which I sauteed with garlic and oil and a bag of arugula.
At 10 AM, there’s a Historic Downtown Walking Tour, Great Grapes wine festival all day at Booth Amphitheatre, Childrens Day Festival at Sertoma, 7th Annual Bats for Matt baseball tournament at Green Hope High School, Farmer Jason at Cary Arts Center, The Swang Brothers downtown, RailHawks Latin Night, and another performance of Vagina Monologues.
More details on the Calendar.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Sunday on the Calendar is more sedate. Muck about in the garden and throw something on the grill.
Happy Spring weekend, citizens!