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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — TRIANGLE NC | VOLUME 16 — ISSUE 2 38 CARY The culturally minded city has plenty to offer. Locals go to the Cary Theatre for live performances. For those who prefer wide open space, the Koka Booth Amphitheatre is the ticket. In July, Amy Robinson and Bill Stone drove from Greensboro to see Derek Trucks, formerly of the Allman Brothers band, and the Tedeschi Trucks Band in July. "The amphitheatre provided an intimate feel and pleasant environment with shade from trees, plenty of food and drink options," said Robinson. "It was a wonderful atmosphere for music outdoors under the stars." The Cary Arts Center has a gallery dedicated to visual art, exhibitions and other artistic uses for the space. The center also puts on award winning plays such Rogers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma (September 30 – October 9, 2016). Cary is also the summer home of the North Carolina Symphony. Creative workers like creative play. The small city revels in outdoor recreation and team sports. Sk8-Cary has 12,000 square feet of outdoor bliss for in-line skaters, skateboarders and BMX riders. Bring your helmet and pads or rent equipment at the on-site pro shop. Cary is home of the USA Baseball National Training Complex. The annual Tournament of Stars featuring the top high school aged players in the nation started the season in June. Go camping, take a hike or get on the water at William B. Umstead State Park. There is something for everyone with more than 22 miles of trails for hiking, 13 miles of trails dedicated to horseback riding and biking, and three lakes inside the park for fishing. Canoeing, and paddle boats are available to rent on the biggest of the lakes—Big Lake. Stay overnight in a cabin or historic Maple Hill Lodge. Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve entices outdoor enthusiasts with a three-mile trail system and vegetation that highlights unique natural features more typical of the mountains. Nature programs are conducted at the Stevens Nature Center throughout the year [] Independent Financial Advisor/Agent An independent agent can put their customers needs first, versus marketing the products of a specific company. I have the ability to create a custom plan using products from a variety of companies. I take the time to listen to you and understand what is important, with the goal of building a long term relationship. I also have a large network and would be happy to connect you to other local professionals. * Planning for families with special needs loved ones available. Complimentary financial analysis given as a welcome to the area gift! Lyndah Tello Independent Financial Advisor/Agent 919-268-5390 Life, Health, Medicare Supplement, Long Term Care Insurance Licensed, Securities Licensed, Series 6 & 63

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