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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — TRIANGLE NC | VOLUME 17 — ISSUE 2 50 WAKE FOREST Tyler Run Parks, as well as Holding Park and Wake Forest Community House, Smith Creek Soccer Center, Taylor Street Park and Alton Massenburg Center. A challenging and relaxing round of golf awaits you at the Heritage Golf Club of Wake Forest. It was ranked by Golf Digest as one of the Best Places to Play in the country. This mild climate also lends itself to great festivals, concerts, parades and more. The Wake Forest Farmers Market is open year- round on Saturdays and also on Wednesdays during the summer. You'll find fresh, homegrown products and crafts from farms within a 75 miles radius of downtown all gathered together for you at 150 North White Street. The Lighting of Wake Forest, Pictures with Santa and the Wake Forest Christmas Parade are just a few of the fall and winter events that bring individuals and families together to spend time with neighbors and the community while celebrating the holidays. The whole family will enjoy many delicious food options and find unique gift ideas and create some new holiday traditions. Each spring the Wake Forest Mardi Gras Street Festival showcases the new and improved South White Street in historic downtown Wake Forest and brings together the entire community for a one-of-a-kind celebration in a free, family-friendly event. There are fun-filled activities for children and adults, including a children's parade, face painters, strolling entertainers, live music, inflatables, games and much more. Each year the Six Sundays in Spring concert series is held on consecutive Sundays from April through June. These free concerts are held at E. Carroll Joyner Park Amphitheater at 701 Harris Road. The music starts each evening at 5 pm and families are invited to bring the kids, friends, a picnic, and a blanket! The Annual Meet in the Street ® festival takes place each May downtown, presented by the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce. Meet in the Street ® offers a day filled with food, fun and entertainment, including live music and children's activities. Admission is free. Festivities always include hundreds of booths featuring handcrafted arts and crafts and usually attracts around 10,000 visitors to the downtown area. In the fall Wake Forest Arts sponsors a unique event known as the Wake Forest Dance Festival. The festival features national professional and regional dancers along with local rising advanced dance students. During the day, dancers perform in different areas of E. Carroll Joyner Park and facilitate education stations. The event is free and open to the public. With the mild temperatures, rich culture, educational opportunities, great shopping and small-town hospitality it's easy to see how Wake Forest, North Carolina could easily become the next place you call "home."[] Caren Fried, MBA Broker/Realtor Keller Williams Preferred 919-964-0732 Caren is great to work with - she is always quick to respond, flexible in her schedule, and very knowledgeable. She was a shining star in our home buying experience! — Alice Caren is the best of the best. I referred my good friends to her and they raved about how wonderful she was. They were so happy with their new home. — Ellie Caren is absolutely fabulous! We have been in our new home for about 8 months and we love it! This was our FIRST home purchase we were clueless and didn't really know what we wanted. Caren was so patient and quickly understood our vision and what we wanted in a home. We are now in the perfect neighborhood and the perfect first home! We would highly recommend Caren! — Kim Your Local Real Estate Connection > Trusted resource for answers about the process > Innovative marketing strategies > Expertise about neighborhood features > Ability to target home searches > Strong negotiation skills > Support through the closing and beyond Get a positive, helpful partner for buying or selling a home: Copyright 2017 Keller Williams® Realty, Inc. If you have a brokerage relationship with another agency, this is not intended as a solicitation. All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Equal Opportunity Housing Provider. Each office is independently owned and operated.

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