Cary, NC — As the weather slowly but surely warms up, the events in Cary are starting to embrace the elements. This weekend, get outside to take in a season-opener soccer game, a food & flea market and if you’re really feeling fit, put on your running shoes for the Get Your Rear in Gear Race.
Cary, NC — As always, Cary will be a hub of live performances, films and food trucks this weekend. Take the opportunity to support a local business or organization by taking in a show, drinking a pint or stopping in at a local farmer’s market.
Cary, NC — There’s a lot going on this weekend that won’t cost you a dime. You can reflect on and celebrate Black History, you can take part in a Karaoke night and you can even listen to a world-class pianist all for free. Other options that involve tickets include a Vegan Mac and Cheese Cook-Off, a Friday night hockey game, films and more.
Cary, NC — Depending on the person, this could be the most romantic or most overrated weekend of the year. I suppose it all depends on what you choose to do. Here are a few ideas for some weekend fun in Cary, Morrisville and around the triangle.
Cary, NC — This weekend is quite random, to be honest with you. On the bright side, everyone should be able to find something they like from this line-up. Events in Cary and around the triangle range from an all-weekend online gaming tournament and Russian Festival to a star-studded Oscars Party and the Downtown Food & Flea. Take your pick!
Cary, NC — This weekend is all about having fun and getting out of the house! Whether you want to take in a movie at The Cary Theater, a play at the Cary Arts Center, a morning meditation at the Cary School of Music or even run 5 miles and eat 12 doughnuts all in the same hour, you don’t have to travel far to make it happen.
For a full list of Cary events, go to the CaryCitizen Calendar.
Cary, NC – This weekend in Cary, there is no shortage of live performances and unique small business offerings.
Cary, NC – Since the year 1983, our country has celebrated the federal holiday of Martin Luther King Jr. Day to remember the efforts of the nation’s most famous civil rights activist. This Monday and all weekend long, Cary, and cities all over will do just that.
The Town of Cary’s annual event series, MLK Jr. Dreamfest, will run from Saturday, Jan. 18 to Monday, Jan. 20 and consists of eight different programs, most of which are free to take part in. From acts of service to various plays and readings, this weekend is all about recognizing and remembering the work, life and vision of MLK Jr.
Start the weekend off right with a night on the town this Thursday and Friday. Events include wine tasting, movies at the Cary Theater, stand-up comedy and more.