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For questions about events, programs, classes, and facilities:

(919) 469-4061

Or visit our administrative offices at Town Hall or any community center and we will be happy to assist you.

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Mission

To provide high-quality and accessible programs, services, parks, and facilities that inspire and enrich the lives of all Cary citizens.

Vision

We engage Cary citizens to discover the extraordinary, create memories, strengthen the community, and experience the highest quality of life.

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  •   IndependenceDay Celebrate Independence Day

    Get in the patriotic spirit this Independence Day! Kick off the holiday with an Independence Eve Celebration at the Cary Arts Center. On July 4, enjoy family-friendly activities at Bond Park's Independence Day Olde Time Celebration or head over to Booth Amphitheatre's July 4th concert and fireworks!

  • Youth Baseball Softball Batter Up!

    Registration for Fall youth baseball (age 8-16) and softball leagues (age 8-17) begins on June 18. The Fall season runs mid-August through October. League information and registration packets are available online. Registration closes on July 8.

  • VolunteerAward-nominations-PRCRhome-01 Nominate a Volunteer!

    The public has the opportunity to nominate deserving volunteers with the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department for various awards! Nomination forms may be submitted online or by mail. Nominations must be received by August 31, 2018 to be considered for this year's award presentation.

  • LegacyProgram-PRCRhome Leave a Legacy for Future Generations

    Did you know that Cary has a Legacy Giving Program? It's a distinctive way to memorialize or honor a loved one or special event while beautifying the community through a tree, bench, or engraved paver.

  • ProgramGuide-2018-summer-PRCRhome-01 Summer Programs, Classes, & Camps

    Registration is open for our summer offerings! The Summer Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Program Guide, along with the Senior and Teen Scene Guides can be browsed online or you can pick up a printed copy at any Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources staffed facility.

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