Fashion the Fourth
With July 4th around the corner, Kristen has some ways you can dress it up, dress it down, hit the beach, a gravel road…or perhaps, just pop a Budweiser in the parking lot and kick it with your friends.
However you choose to fashion the fourth, have fun, be safe, and make sure to embrace the beauty of this great nation!
We got plenty of good shots at yesterday’s Downtown Cary Food & Flea…but our four legged friends will be the stars of this recap.
If you weren’t there for this year’s Fall Fest Backyard Party at Cotton House, you better go ahead and put it on the calendar for next year, because this is sure to be an annual favorite.
Thankfully, the weather cooperated for the second, and final, day of Lazy Daze in Downtown Cary. Enjoy some photos from the day’s festivities.
Welp…it was a bad day to have a bad day, but many of those who came out to the first day of Cary’s most popular annual event, were still having a good time, and prepared to brave the elements.
The 3rd Annual, Bond Brothers 5k, is taking place on September 28th. Due to the tremendous success of the first two events, we wanted to partner with Bond Brothers and other sponsors of the run, to make this year’s event an even better experience.
We’ve secured the up and coming bluegrass foursome, ShadowGrass, to play two sets following the awards ceremony. Along with a race medal, bib, t-shirt and swag bag, you’ll be treated to a beer on the house, that you can enjoy while listening to these guys pick!
The L.O.V.E SHOW is a music entertainment experience, and online platform featuring famous love songs, unique ballads, spoken word, comedy, and visual art creating a romantic and memorable, heart touching experience, that will make you smile and feel the love.
The crowds came out to the Downtown Cary Food and Flea, Sunday afternoon. There was live music, food, ice cream, coffee, beer, and local vendors of all kinds. There was even a dog and a cat, sharing a wagon. Enjoy these pictures from the event.
Saturday night, the NC-based band, Zoocrü, played at the Sertoma Amphitheater (Bond Park) in Cary, NC.
The show was sponsored by PineCone, the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music.
It’s about meeting people where they are in their wellness journey and providing a safe, fun, encouraging environment. Come as you are, and leave feeling better than when you walked in the door. Fostering a community and building relationships is just as important as the workout. Some days a mental break, and laughing, is more important than how fast you ran or what weight you lifted.
Cary Swim Club hosted its final meet of the 2019 season last night, against Walden Creek.