Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival
New in 2012 - Lazy Daze introduced a third event-waste disposal option: COMPOSTING!
Lazy Daze visitors helped divert some of the trash generated at the festival by placing all food and paper waste in our event compost bins. Volunteers were stationed at disposal sites to help guide visitors to correct bins when disposing of their trash, recycling and compostable materials. Lazy Daze partnered with the Town's SPRUCE Program and Zero Waste Today to make Lazy Daze greener!
Information Festival Visitors Need to Know
- View Festival Map
- Handicap Accessibility
- Lost & Found
For the safety and comfort of everyone, animals are prohibited in the festival area. No roller skates or roller blades, skateboards, bicycles, etc. will be allowed. No tossing of balls, Frisbees or other objects will be permitted at the event.
Air-conditioned restroom trailers are available in front of Fire Department headquarters on North Academy Street and at the east end of Park Street. Additional facilities are on both ends of Chatham Street and in front of the Cary Library on South Academy Street.
Free parking is available at the Cary Town Hall Parking Deck – just an easy two-block walk to the festival! The deck is located on Wilkinson Avenue between Cary Town Hall and the Herbert C. Young Community Center, 101 Wilkinson Ave.
Handicapped parking is available at Cary Town Hall beside the railroad tracks, at the Cary Elementary School entrance on Kildaire Farm Road, and at the First United Methodist Church (access from Walker Street). All of these locations are approximately one block from the Festival area.
Free parking is also available at Cary Towne Center mall. Signs at the mall direct festival-goers to the parking area. Free shuttle buses take them to the festival entrance at Cary Elementary School.
All artists, concessions and entertainment areas are on ground level. Handicapped parking is marked in the festival parking area at Cary Towne Center. Wheelchair accessible buses are available.
Lost & Found
Items found during the festival may be turned in at either of the two information booths located at Cary Elementary School and the corner of Academy and Chatham streets. Items may be claimed there during the festival or afterward at the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources offices at Cary Town Hall – 316 N. Academy St.
Partnership Opportunities Available
The Town of Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources welcomes financial and in-kind support from the community. Sponsorship packages that can be tailored to meet you or your company's needs are available for specific programs, facilities and/or events. Contact Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources at (919) 469-4061 if you are interested in exploring available opportunities.
Town of Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources