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HISTORY & HERITAGE PART TWO REGISTER ONLINE: 67 "Why Do They Call It That?" The History Behind Cary's Street Names Tuesday, March 28 | 7:30 p.m. | Free Page-Walker Arts & History Center Ever wonder why Harrison or Dry Avenue are named that? Join the Friends of the Page-Walker as they reveal the name origins of some of Cary's prominent thoroughfares. "What Have We Got to Lose?" Annual Survey of Historic Properties Tuesday, May 23 | 7:30 p.m. | Free Page-Walker Arts & History Center Join the Friends of Page-Walker to learn the status and significance of many of Cary's historic properties. Hear interesting tidbits about the people associated with these local treasures. History of Cary (age 16 & up) Ever wonder why Cary is where it is, or how Cary became "Cary"? Learn about the history of the community we call home! Class ends with a trip to the Cary Heritage Museum. Location: Page-Walker Arts & History Center Instructor: Veronica Bucki Fees: $9(R) $12(N) (1 class) 101631 Wed Mar 8 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 101633 Wed Apr 12 2–3:30 p.m. Guided Tours Offered of the Historic Page-Walker and Downtown Cary Groups of five or more people can request a customized, guided tour of the historic Page-Walker Hotel and the Anne B. Kratzer Educational Garden. Resuming in March 2017, groups may schedule walking tours of downtown Cary. The fee for either tour is $5 per person. Call (919) 462-3963 to schedule. Friends of the Page-Walker Historic Preservation Series The Friends of the Page-Walker offer a free series of illuminating programs that share local history, ways to preserve your treasures, and other preservation efforts. All of these programs are offered at the Page-Walker Arts & History Center. For more information, visit www. or call (919) 460-4963. Celebrating 25 Years of the Page-Walker Tuesday, February 7 | 7:30 p.m. | Free Page-Walker Arts & History Center Celebrate with us and discover how the historic Page- Walker Hotel was saved and learn about our 25-year history as Cary's popular arts and history center. NEW! HISTORY OF CARY

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