TRIANGLE NC

VOL16 ISS1 2016

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — TRIANGLE NC | VOLUmE 16 — IssUE 1 38 cary Triangle Family Dentistry Dental Care for the Entire Family www.tfdsmiles.com SEDATION | IMPLANTS GUM DISEASE TREATMENT WISDOM TOOTH EXTRACTION PORCELAIN VENEERS ROOT CANALS | INVISALIGN EVENING & SATURDAY APPTS. Accept & File Most Major Insurance Seeing kids of all ages 24-hour Emergency Support Focus on Patient Care & Comfort Cary Park 7535 Carpenter Fire Station Rd. Ste. 201 Cary, NC 27519 919-468-1777 FREE Teeth Whitening Free professional whitening system with new patient exam, xrays & cleaning May not be combined with other ofers $99 Exam, Cleaning & Xrays Regular cleaning only. Not valid when submitting dental insurance. Exclusions may apply $300 of Clear braces can give you the smile you always wanted without all the metal. Complimentary consultation STATE-OF-THE-ART COMFORT DENTISTRY Dr. Nora Barber For families with children, the Wake County Public School System provides great schools with qualifed educators. High schools in Cary include Cary High, Green Hope High, Middle Creek High and Panther Creek High. Middle schools include Davis Drive, East Cary, Mills Park, Reedy Creek and West Cary. There are also fne private schools available in Cary, including Cary Academy, Cary Christian School, Chesterbrook Academy, Grace Christian School, Hopewell Academy, Saint Michael the Archangel Catholic School, Resurrection Lutheran School and Landmark Christian Academy. For those who want to stay ft and enjoy a beautiful day, Cary has many parks, greenway trails, and a lengthy slate of youth and adult organized sports. Cary currently has over 30 public parks and natural areas, a greenway system of over 70 miles, seven special use facilities, four sports venues, and nine stafed facilities that provide a variety of programs and services for all ages. Cary is also a bicycling-friendly community and has won several awards for "providing safe accommodation and facilities for bicyclists and encouraging residents to bike for transportation and recreation." Mountain bike trails are available at nearby Lake Crabtree County Park. If you like to stay ft and test your skill level by hitting the links, Cary ofers three great golfng options, including Lochmere, Prestonwood Country Club, and McGregor Downs. For shopping, check out Crossroads Plaza, which ofers more than 60 stores and 15 restaurants. The plaza features a powerful lineup of anchors including Marshalls, Ross, HomeGoods, Michaels, Old Navy, Dick's Sporting Goods, Bed Bath & Beyond, and DSW. Nearby Cary Towne Center features 130 stores including major anchors Dillard's, JCPenney, and Macy's. Plus, there are many great local boutiques and specialty stores throughout the city. Spend the day at the annual Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival in August. This one-day festival attracts an estimated 60,000 visitors each year and features arts and crafts, homemade jewelry, delicious foods, apparel and accessories, live entertainment, and many activities for children. Other great festivals in Cary include the Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival, Cary Diwali Celebration, Ritmo Latino Music, Art and Dance Festival, the N.C. Eid Festival and Cary Band Day. For the best in live music, the Koka Booth Amphitheater in Cary provides a terrifc outdoor experience. Built in 2001, Booth Amphitheater is nestled among 14 acres of North Carolina forest and is right next to Symphony Lake, providing a great backdrop for live events. For sports lovers, Cary is home to the Carolina RailHawks professional soccer team as well as the USA Baseball National Training Complex. []

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