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FACILITIES PART THREE REGISTER ONLINE: 173 Middle Creek Community Center 125 Middle Creek Park Avenue | (919) 771-1295 Middle Creek Community Center features a gymnasium and two multi-purpose rooms. Programs are offered in fitness, dance, martial arts, fencing, and math, science and technology. The Center, adjacent to Middle Creek High School, is a collaboration between the Town of Cary and the Wake County Public School System. Reservations accepted Mon-Fri, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Hours: Mon-Fri: 9 a.m.–9 p.m., Sat: 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Sun: 1 p.m.–6 p.m. Closed on official Town holidays. Closed on Sundays April through October. Meeting Rooms Resident Fee East and West Room (75-table seating, 140-theater-style) $54/hour Gymnasiums (Athletic Activities Only) Resident Fee South Gym $64/hour Equipment Rental Resident Fee Volleyball Net (fee per net) $25/use Gym Scoreboard (includes operator) $15/hour The Hive 712 Slash Pine Drive | (919) 319-4590 The Hive is a 2000 square foot multipurpose space, conveniently located in western Cary near McCrimmon Parkway and Yates Store Road. The Hive offers activities for all ages ranging from arts enrichment to exercise and STEM programs. Birthday party packages are available however, the space cannot be reserved for private functions. Hours: Mon-Fri: 9 a.m.–8 p.m.; Sat: 9 a.m.–6 p.m. beginning January 2. Community Gardens/Farms Carpenter Park Community Garden 4420 Louis Stephens Drive Carpenter Park Community Garden is home to 38 raised beds for rent, six handicap-accessible beds for rent, 32 raised beds for education, and one bed that is designated for children to play in. Plot rentals are available for rent via an annual lottery system held each January. Although the garden stays locked to the general public most of the time, the Town hosts a monthly open house and volunteer workday typically held on the third Saturday of each month. We also host additional volunteer workdays and education workshops throughout the year. Hours: Open to all plot renters during daylight hours with monthly open house events for the community. c Community & Senior Center Rental Information • Nonresidents may rent facilities at 1.5 times the resident rental fee. • Cary based nonprofit groups receive a 50% discount in the regular hourly rental fee for rentals Mon–Fri, 8 a.m.–2 p.m. • Reservations for Monday through Thursday are accepted by residents no more than three months in advance, nonresidents two months in advance. • Reservations for Friday through Sunday are accepted. are accepted by residents no more than six months in advance, nonresidents five months in advance. • There is a 2-hour minimum rental. • Rentals booked within 30 days are approved at the discretion of the facility supervisor and are subject to a 20% additional charge. Outside Operating Hours additional fee: $25/hour; additional $25/hour fee on Town of Cary designated holidays • All renters are required to pay a refundable damage deposit equal to 25% of the rental fee or a minimum of $100. • Fees are subject to change. Other rules and fees apply, per the rental agreement. For more information, call • Bond Park Community Center (919) 462-3970 • Cary Senior Center (919) 469-4081 • Herbert C. Young Community Center (919) 460- 4965 • Middle Creek Community Center (919) 771-1295

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