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The new library in Downtown Cary is now open


If you're a parent, a reader or a book club organizer, take note: The new Wake County library in Downtown Cary is now open.

If you haven't been to a library in a while, here are a few reasons why you should go check it out (pun intended):


📚 The location is next to Downtown Park, which is due for a massive expansion after Cary voters approved the parks bond. 

📚 Expanded storytimes. If you have a little one, read on. Storytimes are interactive programs that help you bond with your child with books, music and movement.

You don't need to do anything in advance -- just show up.
 Storytimes at all Wake County libraries are free.

Now there are more scheduled storytimes in Cary: 16 young child storytimes and 4+ school age programs per week.


Attend family Storytime for all ages, or go to storytimes for specific ages: baby, toddler, preschool or K-5th grade kids. See the calendar >>

📚 Get help with your book club: Librarians can help you pick out a good book for your book club and arrange for a kit of 15 copies of your chosen book on loan for six weeks.

Even better: They'll provide a discussion guide if you want help getting the conversation started.


Find more events and resources or find a library closest to you.

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Don't forget to vote today If you live in Apex, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell or Zebulon. Here's who's running (scroll down to Wake County). Check your registration and polling place here

The celebrity chefs are coming. The newest announcement: Kenny Gilbert, who’s cooked for Oprah and beat Bobby Flay.⁣ He’ll open Cut & Gather in North Raleigh, focusing on wood-fired Southern cuisine, including BBQ. Cut and Gather is planning on an early 2020 opening at its 13100 Falls of Neuse Road location. [read more]

+ MORE: Raleigh Magazine's feature on celebrity chefs shares why they picked Raleigh, including Top Chef alum Katsuji Tanabe (City Market restaurant in Downtown Raleigh) and Ford Fry (Superica, coming to the Eastern Cary Gateway's Fenton). [read]

Raleigh is the 4th best place for veterans. Our city scored particularly high on veteran employment, WalletHub says. [read more]

Cheeni, a chai, coffee and food spot, opened inside the Poyner YMCA in Downtown Raleigh. Expect Indian-American food and options like a toast bar with Lucette Grace sourdough. [photo + more] (via Jedidiah Gant)

Mayor Nancy McFarlane's gave her final State of the City address Friday night. She touched on Dix Park and the parks system, affordable housing, the arts and why it's not developers versus neighborhoods. [read the address]


 
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