Holly Springs Brings You July 5th!

Fourth of July 5To end our week of events, we thought it would be good to close things off with Holly Springs! They are having their Fourth of July celebrations the day after the Fourth! On Sunday, July 5th head to Holly Springs for crafts, coloring, corn hole tournaments, music, face paint and so much more! So how does two days of celebrating sound? Fireworks start at 9:15 pm and will last 15 minutes. Below we also have a parking map to help you out.
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Holly Springs Cultural Events Center

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The Holly Springs Cultural Events Center is home to many exciting events this summer! Not only do they have a Performing Arts Theatre that holds 184 seats, there is a conference center, Springs Outdoor Stage, and Grand Lobby with a large reception area that holds art exhibitions. And on top of all that, it houses the Holly Springs Community Library! A lot of summer events will be houses in this building, it would be a great trip into town to check the complex out for yourself and pick up a summer schedule of events.

Location: 300 West Ballentine Street

Phone: (919) 567-4000

Thanks A Latte – Holly Springs, NC

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One weakness of many in the mornings is a good cup of coffee! I have highlighted Bed and Breakfast locations, Parks, etc. in the past, but I think this might be the most important week!

Thanks A Latte is such a cute name, that it stood out right away to me. It is a Coffee and Gift Boutique, featuring Larry’s Beans drip coffee and gifts from Capri Blue and Mudpie. If you are looking for a new place to stop before your work day, or just a place to meet a friend during your lunch break, try Thanks A Latte!

Location: 1118 Kentworth Dr, Holly Springs, NC 27540

Phone(919) 285-3729

The Matthews House – Cary NC

The Matthews HouseThe Matthews House is located in the Downtown Cary area and is the ultimate location for your Wedding or next Corporate Event in the Cary area. They are amazing at keeping local business cards there as well if you do not have a florist or photographer yet. Also, Cary High School has used them in the past to host their ROTC Military Ball.

In 1915, The Matthews House was built and has since been redecorated and renovated over the years in a Greek Renaissance Style. They offer a ballroom, spacious reception, large bridal suite, library and three bedrooms that are fully furnished. Call them up, or check out their website for more details!

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Location: 317 W. Chatham Street, Cary 27511

Phone: (919) 467-1944

Ashworth Village – Cary, NC

Ashworth VillageThis week is all about places to go to in Cary! We already mentioned the Cary Art Loop, which happens the last Friday of each month, today’s topic revolves around the Downtown Cary area. Ashworth Village is in the Heart of Downtown and has some interesting local businesses to check out. You can head over to Ashworth Drugs to pick up a prescription or stop at the soda fountain for something to eat. The Cary Arts Center at the head of Academy Street always has some form of classes or events going on to look into. Down the road a little ways is Chocolate Smiles, Studio 180 and now Raine Nail Boutique.

Yesterday we talked about the Cary Art Loop and Studio 180 is one of the participating venues that houses some beautiful local artwork! You can see work from a new artist featured through out the year, and it is also a wonderful place to get your hair done! What is your favorite shop in the Downtown Cary area? Make sure to let me know and I can add it to the list 🙂

Cary Art Loop – Cary NC

Final FridaysOn the last Friday of the month, the Town of Cary allows some shops to stay open late and have a tour come through to experience some beautiful artwork! In 2005, the Cary Art Loop was founded with the mission “To maintain a thriving Arts community through positive partnerships and exchanges between artists and Cary venues. We are committed to the esthetic enhancement of our community“. The main event so to speak is Final Fridays, which take place from 6pm to 9pm. August 29th will be the 9th Anniversary of the Cary Art Loop!!! There will be work from 20 different artists and the enhibit will run through September 23rd. If you are unable to make it to Final Friday, you can still go to the venues during regular hours to see the beautiful pieces of work.

Location: 200 S. Academy Street, Suite 120
Phone: (919) 462-2035
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Raleigh is FULL of Community Centers!

In the city of Raleigh there are 25 different community centers spread through out! Each offers different programs for families, no matter what age, including fitness, arts and youth centered programs. I can’t sit here and list them all out for you, because that would be far too much information for you to take in so I shall point out a few!

Brier Creek ParkOne of them is Brier Creek Park, located on the campus of Brier Creek Elementary School. It is 10 acres and was built in 2006. The facility includes an air conditioned gymnasium, fitness room, art room, meeting rooms and a kitchen used for catering
Location: 10810 Globe Road, Raleigh 27617
Phone: (919) 420-2340

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CarouselAnother community park that we have is Pullen Park. It is known in Raleigh for its Carousel, as well as the train that goes around the park. It was built in 1887 and consists of 66.4 acres. Did you know it was the first public park in North Carolina? This is a wonderful location to bring your whole family!
Location: 408 Ashe Ave. Raleigh, NC 27606

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