Give Something New a Spin with Cary’s 2018 Winter/Spring Program Guide
- The Town of Cary’s 2018 Winter/Spring Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Program Guide is now available online and in print at local libraries, the Cary Chamber of Commerce and any Town of Cary staffed facility, including community centers and Town Hall.
- Registration for Cary residents begins December 4; nonresidents can begin registering on December 18.
- Many events and programs are free of charge.
CARY, NC – Scroll through the Town of Cary’s 2018 Winter/Spring Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Program Guide available online and in print at local libraries, the Cary Chamber of Commerce and any Town of Cary staffed facility, including community centers and Town Hall, and find something new to give a spin. The guide is the catchall resource for upcoming programs, events, classes, camps and activities for people of all ages to enjoy. Cary residents can begin registering December 4; nonresident registration starts December 18.
Featured in this season’s guide is an Eco Cruise where participants can learn the history of Jordan Lake while relaxing during a morning cruise. This unique experience will provide historic, scientific, and environmental perspectives on the vital role the lake plays in our region. The guide also includes adult sports offerings such as softball, basketball, tennis and volleyball. For younger participants, Applause! Cary Youth Theatre offers classes and camps in creative drama, acting, musical theater, technical theater/design, dance and more, plus multiple performance opportunities throughout the year. The Town also provides specialized recreation programs that are designed specifically for people with disabilities.
There are three easy ways to register, including online at www.townofcary.org/programs, walk-in (visit any Town of Cary staffed facility during normal business hours) or mail-in (send a completed registration form along with payment to: Town of Cary, PRCR Deparment, PO Box 8005, Cary, NC 27512). Don’t delay - classes and camps can get full early! Many programs are free or available at a nominal cost. Scholarship assistance is available to Cary residents.
Jennifer Warner, Marketing Supervisor, (919) 462-3960
Carrie Roman, Public Information Supervisor, (919) 481-5091
Deanna Hawkes, Deputy Public Information Officer, (919) 380-4240