The Easter Bunny is coming to town this spring, and so are some other exciting events during March and April of 2012! The Town Of Cary will host the annual Kite Flying Festival at Bond Park starting at 1 pm on Saturday, March 10, 2012 (Rain date: March 11). This event is happening not too far from the New Homes at Cameron Park! This year the Town will offer prizes to over 15 categories for competitors, including serious ones like “most unique kite,” “largest kite” and “kite farthest out.”
It’s a fun day, and there are “just for fun” categories like “best crash,” “best tangle” and “most un-flyable kite.” While there will be Skill demonstrations occurring throughout the day – we also like watching the kites go up that were made during the children’s classes that morning! An awards ceremony honors the winners, including “youngest flyer,” “oldest flyer” and “most generations flying a kite.” Many of the Cameron Pond Residents tell us this is one of their favorite events!
The new downtown arts Center has tons going on too! Tarradiddle Players present Rapunzel on Sunday, March 25, 3 p.m. This Touring Company of Children’s Theatre is from Charlotte, and they travel with the production all across the Southeast. Adapted by renowned playwright Max Bush, this production stays true to the mystery and enchantment of the original Brothers Grimm fairy tale.
Want to have breakfast with the Easter Bunny? The Town of Cary is holding the 2012 Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast with the Bunny Saturday, March 31 (rain date- Sun April 1- afternoon only) at Bond Park (Kiwanis Shelter) from 8:30 to 9:30. REMINDER you must purchase a ticket before the event to attend – no tickets will be sold the morning of the breakfast. Tickets will go on sale Monday, February 27 at the Herb Young Community Center: Age 10 and older – $4 per person, Youth ages 3-9 – $3 per person, Children age 2 and younger, free (pick up an “Eat Free Pass” when you purchase your tickets) This is a Cary Teen Council Fundraiser- registration fee made payable directly to Cary Teen Council, account credits cannot be used to register for this event! For more, call (919) 460-4965. More Easter Eggs will be hunted down that afternoon from 10:30 until 1pm. On Thu Apr 5th from 6-8 p.m. at Bond Park, Field #6 the Town is holding the first Easter Egg Hunt for kids with Special Needs! Volunteers are needed (contact the Town), and this would be a WONDERFUL thing to bring your family to!
Love Cars? There’s a Classic Car and Motorcycle Show in Downtown Cary on Saturday, March 24 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
View our Gallery! Pick your new home! We’d love to have you as neighbors at Cameron Pond this Spring!