Category: sarah c.

NC Museum of Natural Sciences

Since yours truly is out conquering the wild on a hike through Tennessee (no C is not strapped to my back for this walk), Sarah C. is bringing you another fantastic blog post: The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences…

Western Wake Farmer’s Market

From Sarah C. today:The Western Wake Farmers’ Market is open on Saturdays in Cary’s Carpenter Village Marketplace. On a recent visit, D and I saw about 30 vendors selling everything from vegetables to flowers, beef to seafood, soap to coffee.…

All Children’s Playground- Raleigh

** Updated 3/9/16: The All Children’s Playground at Laurel Hills Park officially closed in September 2015, but the new playground is scheduled to open in early summer 2016! ** A post from Sarah C. today. A September 2010 closing date…

Urban Park- Cary

Our Park Extraordinaire, Sarah C., brings you another find! Urban Park is tucked into a small wooded area off of Chatham Street just east of downtown Cary. I’ve driven past many times over the years, but never stopped. On a…

Kids Together Park- Cary

Kids Together Park - Cary: Playground

A fantastic write up from Sarah C. today about the ever-popular Kids Together Playground.  Kids Together Playground is an accessible playground divided into 3 main play areas – preschool age; school age: sensory/discovery; and school age: active/climb & slide. There…

The Diapering Doula in Morrisville

A great post from Sarah C. today. I will be bringing you more posts personally later, as well, but I am suddenly feeling the urge to shop: I believe in mothers doing what works best for their babies and themselves…

Lake Crabtree Park- Morrisville

It’s like a two-for-one day! Two different parks in one day. From Sarah C. today:   Lake Crabtree County Park is located off of Aviation Parkway just south of I-40 and Raleigh Durham International Airport.It has a wide variety of…

Walnut Street Park – Cary

D is so lucky – Sarah C. is always taking him to such fun parks! Here’s a report of a brand new one in Cary. Enjoy: Cary’s newest park, Walnut Street Park, was dedicated in August 2009. On 11 acres,…

Indian Creek Park & Greenway- Morrisville

More information from Sarah C. (my rockstar blog friend). ‘Tis the Season for parks and playgrounds. So here is some more information you may like! This one has an educational component, too, with the Civil War markers. I, personally, never…

Bond Park in Cary

Sarah C. sent this in today! Sounds lovely. The Town of Cary describes Bond Park as “an oasis in the midst of the city.” And I couldn’t agree more. It encompasses 310 acres and includes lush forested sections, BondLake, and…

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