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21st Annual Spring Daze Arts and Crafts Festival

Saturday, April 26, 2014
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fred G. Bond Metro Park  

The festival is filled with wonderful arts and crafts, your favorite festival foods, community based civic groups handing out information on things you can get involved with, and entertainment. Children will be delighted by activities just for them in the Children’s Village and will be invited to exercise their imagination as they play in the always popular Lazy Daze Playground – the center of the village. In the Earth Day area of the festival, you can find out how to play a role in preserving our natural resources and protecting the environment. This is the perfect family event to learn more about what you can do to make every day Earth Day.

We’re growing older, getting bigger and reaching for new heights. Join us as we celebrate the arts in the park!



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Have a Community Impact Through Our 2014 Program!

Friends of the Festivals!

 

By joining the Friends of the Festivals, you will become a standard bearer - helping to continue the spirit and tradition of these wonderful festivals that define our community as a great place to live, play and work!"

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.