Program Guide Winter/Spring 2018

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look what's new THE COLD DAYS OF WINTER WILL SOON GIVE WAY to springtime temperatures, bringing warmer outdoor fun for all! In the meantime, Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources has all the best ways for you to beat the winter blues! From popular special events, to classes and programs of every kind, we will keep your spirits warm! Come dressed to play at one of the area's most popular wintertime events, Winter Wonderland at Bond Park. There will be snow, tubes, and plenty of laughter! A little later, the Town of Cary will host the 27th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, also at Bond Park, featuring the Easter Bunny, egg hunts for children of every age, and an entertaining magic show! And, don't forget to fly your kite at the Kite Festival as temperatures warm and spirits soar! The 25th Annual Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival Cultural is second to none. This popular event features the area's finest artists, entertainment, and food. Other cultural arts events and festivals abound this season with the Three Kings Day Parade and Ritmo Latino Festival in Downtown Cary. Your favorite outdoor concerts return with the longer, warmer days. The Starlight Concert Series is a lively line up of world music concerts that take place in the Page-Walker Arts & History Center gardens. The Bands, Bites, and Boats Series features bands and voices that fill the air at Bond Park's Boathouse. And, Koka Booth plays host to special concerts and celebrations this season. For more fun to fill your days ahead, check out all of our programs, camps, and classes! And, don't forget to Laugh, Learn, & Play with us—your Gold Medal Community! Like us on Facebook FACEBOOK.COM/ TOWNOFCARY Find us on the Internet TOWNOFCARY.ORG/ DEPARTMENTS Follow us on Twitter TWITTER.COM/ TOC_FUN Give us a call (919) 469-4061 Stop by our office 316 N. ACADEMY ST.

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