Due to concerns over the COVID-19 virus, the March 15 and 22 events have been canceled. There are no rescheduled dates at this time.
is event Presented in collaboration with Page-Walker Arts & History Center and the Friends of Page-Walker, the Cary Regional Library is offering a 4-week series on Cary's history. From Tuscarora to temperance to Kildaire Farm, learn about the rich history of this once quaint railroad town and its role as a leader in education. Help preserve its history by sharing artifacts for digital archiving. And top it all off with a trolley tour of historic downtown Cary and beyond.
March 8: Celebrating 150 years of Cary Education. A discussion of Cary's role as a leader in education for over a century.
March 15: History Harvest: Digital Archiving of Community Artifacts. Members of the Library staff and Friends of Page-Walker invite citizens to bring their Cary history for documentation.
March 22: Trolley Tour of Historic Sites. A trolley tour of downtown Cary led by the Friends of Page-Walker. Ticketing for this event will take place at earlier events in series.
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