August 15, 2016
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Ready, Sweat, Go - Lazy Daze Arts Festival Celebrates 40 Years
Aug. 27 & 28

Drink in the Sun, the Town of Cary is celebrating its 40th year of Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival. It's well worth putting up with the heat! Cary will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival this year in an even bigger way - by holding it for two days for the first time. It will run Aug. 27 and 28 at the Town Hall Campus.

Lazy Daze is a big-time festival that maintains its small-town roots. Festival proceeds are dedicated to supporting arts activities, downtown and Town of Cary initiatives.

The 40th annual Lazy Daze welcomes more than 300 artists from 16 states in 24 categories this year. To help you prepare, the  2016 artists are listed along with their category by clicking here.

The 40th annual commemorative posters will be available for purchase ($10) at both Information tents during Lazy Daze. Be sure to stop by and meet 2016 Lazy Daze Featured Artist, Sarah Sheffield in person at booth A088.

Lazy Daze has fun for the little ones too! Be sure to bring the kids by for make-and-take art activities, larger than life games, and face painting. There will also be jugglers, magicians and musicians performing on the Kids World stage! Click Here for the full Kids World line up.

Take a look at the 2016 Lazy Daze Festival map to discover all of the art, food, entertainment, special activities and fun for the entire family.

Parking - The easiest way to get to Lazy Daze is to take one of the free shuttle buses that run every 15 minutes from Cary Towne Center at Sears to Cary Elementary School. The first bus departs at approximately 8:30am and the last bus leaves Cary Elementary at 5:30pm. Cary Towne Center is at the corner of Maynard Road and Walnut Street. Follow signs to festival parking lots. Parking is available inside Bond Park at the Bond Park Community Center, Cary Senior Center or the Ropes Course parking area. Parking is also located near the Festival at the Town Hall Parking Deck (adjacent to the Herbert C. Young Community Center - 101 Wilkinson Avenue).

Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival - Cary Town Hall Campus Saturday, August 27, 9am - 6pm. Sunday, August 28, 12:30pm - 5pm, Website.

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Photographs by Hugh Morton: An Uncommon Retrospective
August 13 through March 12, 2017 at NC Museum of History

A traveling exhibit produced by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library presents images taken by prolific photographer Hugh Morton (1921-2006), a Wilmington, NC native. His photographs from a career spanning eight decades showcase his love for North Carolina people, events, landmarks, nature, sports and tourism throughout the 20th century. The exhibit is on loan to the NC Museum of History from the UNC Library's North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives.

A variety of programs will complement the exhibit Photographs by Hugh Morton: An Uncommon Retrospective. These programs are free unless otherwise noted. Parking is free on weekends.

History Corner: History in Pictures - Wednesday, Oct. 5, 10-11 a.m
Tour two photography exhibits and investigate the past through pictures. Ages 6-9 (with adult) $3 plus tax per child; $1 plus tax for Associates/museum members. For information, call 919-807-7988.

History Hunters: Picture Perfect - Wednesday, Oct. 5, 12:30-2 p.m
Bring your digital camera or smartphone, and learn basic skills from a professional photographer. Ages 10-13, $5 plus tax per child; $3 plus tax for Associates/museum members. For information, call 919-807-7988.

After Hours: Hugh Morton, More Than Bridges and Bears - Thursday, Dec. 8, 5:30-8 p.m.
What's it like growing up the grandson of a renowned North Carolina photographer?  Jack will share what he learned from his grandfather and how Hugh continues to influence his work daily. Tour the exhibit with Fletcher, and have your portrait taken!  Jack Morton, Hugh Morton's Grandson and Raleigh Photographer, and Stephen Fletcher, Photographic Archivist at UNC Library's North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives Free! Registration is required. For details, call 919-807-7988.

History la Carte: Mysteries of the Morton Collection - Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, noon-1 p.m. The Hugh Morton photographic collection is full of mysteries and secrets known only to one man. Photographic Archivist Stephen Fletcher will highlight stories he uncovered while processing the collection and managing the blog A View to Hugh. Free! Bring your lunch, or RSVP at to register and purchase a boxed lunch by Monday, Jan. 9, at noon. Beverages provided. For details, call 919-807-7969.

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