Cary, NC — What’s on the calendar this weekend? Final Friday in downtown Cary, a special brunch and lunch menu at Academy Street Bistro, wine and live music and an underwater Easter egg hunt – yep, you heard us right!
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Ready to start a business? Figure out those critical first steps toward entrepreneurship at an Introduction to Entrepreneurship class at West Regional Library in Cary. You’ll learn about researching the market and competitors, securing funds and projecting results. Registration recommended. Call the library at 919.463.8500 to register.
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Friday, March 25, 2016
Tonight is Final Friday in downtown Cary, and here’s what’s going on. There will be a special reception featuring silk art and oil paintings at the Village Art Circle gallery in Ashworth Village and a “small treasures” exhibit next door at the Cary Gallery of Artists. Stop by these venues from 6-9 pm for wine, snacks, music and some of the best local art.
While you’re in Ashworth Village, stop by Chatham Street Wine Market between 5-9 pm to see Paul DiMario of Epiphany Wines pour some excellent Central Coast California blends – perfect for lamb or ham. The Brachi Le Petit Roll food trucks will be there serving delicious edibles to go along with the wine. You can also visit Chatham Hill Winery down the road for Wine Away Friday, which means live music, wine and beer flights and more.
Six Strings is bringing Grammy winner Richard Leigh to The Cary Theater on Friday evening at 8 pm. Tickets are $20.
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
Have you ever tried an Underwater Easter Egg Hunt? Now you can! Join the Triangle Aquatic Center from 10 am-noon for a special underwater hunt. Register online for $5 or pay $7 at the door.
Meet talented mystery writers from the Triangle at West Regional Library from 2-3 pm. The authors will discuss their novels, writing style, characters and more. Q&A to follow discussion.
There’s another Cary Invasion basketball game at Herb Young tonight at 7 pm. Come cheer on our professional Cary team!
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Sunday, March 27, 2016
It’s Easter Sunday, and, to celebrate, Academy Street Bistro in downtown Cary is featuring a special menu. Enjoy brunch or lunch from 10:30 am-4:30 pm.
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Across the Triangle
Cary egg hunts were last weekend, but Raleigh Easter returns for its ninth year as the largest Easter egg hunt in Raleigh with seven different egg hunts through out the day and over 60,000 eggs. Raleigh Easter will take place in Downtown Raleigh in Halifax Mall on Saturday, March 26, 2016. Along with egg hunts, there will be face painting, inflatables activities and a live band. The entire event is free and open to everyone in the community from 10 am-2 pm.
Are you tired of egg hunts yet? If not, you can unearth colorful eggs, take a photo with a resident dino and dig up some real fossils for your personal collection at the Museum of Life + Science in Durham. The Museum’s Dinosaur Trail will be full of prehistoric dinosaur excitement. Pre-registration is required. This event is recommended for ages 6 and under.
The calendar of events is edited by Jessica Patrick. Photo by Jessica Patrick.