Downtown: “Share the Season” Toy Drive

Story contributed by Doc Thorne, president of the Heart of Cary Association. Photo by Sheimei Barger.

Cary, NC- Patterned after the Marine Corps’ Toys-for-Tots program, the Heart of Cary’s ‘Share the Season’ Toy Drive was created last year for the purpose of getting new, unwrapped toys into the hands of children in our community who would otherwise have nothing to look forward to on Christmas morning. It’s a simple premise and one which could not be accomplished without the help and support of more than a dozen businesses throughout the Downtown area. Read more

Pictures: HoCA Harvest Festival

Cary, NC – The skies were gray on Saturday, but the first Heart of Cary Association Harvest Festival drew 800 participants, according to organization sources. A good time was had by all and we’ve got the pictures to prove it. Read more

Cary Guide to Halloween 2012

Story by Lindsey Chester. Photo by Troy Pickard.

Cary, NC – October in Cary is filled with activities from corn maze fun on area farms to a Town sponsored annual Haunted House and a new Downtown Harvest Festival. Make your ghoulish plans now with our Cary Guide to Halloween 2012. Read more

Downtown Update: Big HoCA Meeting Planned for Thursday

Story by Doc Thorne. Photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, N.C. – The next meeting of the Heart of Cary Association (HoCA) will be held Thursday, September 6th, 8-9AM at Matthew’s House, 317 W. Chatham Street in Downtown Cary. Read more

Downtown Update: German Bakery

Cary, NC- Rumors abound about what is happening in Downtown Cary, and this past Thursday, August 2, Meredith Chandler gave The Heart of Cary Association (HoCA) members some great insight into what really is happening and some ideas that are just that, ideas. Read more

Thursday: Social Media for Business Panel

Story and photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – This Thursday, July 12, 2012 , the Heart of Cary Association will hold a special panel discussion on Social Media for Business. The get-together at The Matthews House in Cary goes from 8-9 AM and is free and open to all. Read more