weekend events in cary

68 Weekend Events in Cary

weekend events in cary

Cary, NC — 68 weekend events in Cary, according to the CaryCitizen Calendar. Must be some kind of record.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

32 events on the Calendar for Thursday including a Cary Town Council Meeting, a class in baking French Bread, a workshop in resume writing and more.

For this week, we’d like to highlight Reel-ly Scary Movies, running Thursday through Saturday at Booth Amphitheatre. The line up for this year is Cape Fear, Hotel Transylvania and Sleepy Hollow.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Friday has a mere 15 events. Some of the most intriguing focus on art.

Staring at 6 PM, you could take in the new and improved Cary Art Loop, peek in at the Holiday Art Spectacular at Village Art Circle and then swing by the reception for the Western Wake Studio Artists Tour at Cary Arts Center.

Cap it off with dinner downtown at Academy Street Bistro, Cafe 121, Dorry’s, Bosphorous or Havana. Have a refreshing beverage at UnVine’d, Train Station Pub or Upper Deck.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Saturday features the Downtown Harvest Festival in Ashworth Village presented by Heart of Cary Association. Games, fun and food all afternoon.

Also Saturday, Tricks & Treats Halloween Bash at Herb Young Community Center and a Haunted Twilight Tour starting at Page-Walker.

Saturday night, it’s SocktoberFest at Wake Med Soccer Park before the RailHawks take on the Atlanta Silverbacks. Triangle Homebrewers will be showing off some of their best brews along with sponsor Lonerider Brewery.

More Weekend Events in Cary

For the full run down of weekend events in Cary, consult the CaryCitizen Calendar.


Lindsey Chester edits the Calendar of Events. Photo by Randall Cooper.


Events coverage on CaryCitizen is supported by Cary Visual Art, hosting their annual Art Ball on Saturday, November 23, 2013.

3 replies
    • Hal Goodtree
      Hal Goodtree says:

      Hans – Resource crunch. Not enough sponsorship to pay for basic insurance. Reformulating plans for next year.

  1. Robert Campbell
    Robert Campbell says:

    The SOCKTOBERFEST is in its second year and this year there are more than 25 home brewers showing off their skills in brewing! Last year’s winner, the Lights Out Stout, will be making a return along with many other new ones. Along with food from Firewurst you won’t find a better time in my opinion! I’m looking forward to tasting some fine brews and then watching our own RailHawks stomp on the Atlanta Silverbacks. This is one of the best entertainment values in our fair city! (Note: I’m just a fan and season ticket holder of the Carolina RailHawks.)

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