37th Annual Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival
Saturday, August 24, 2013
9AM - 5PM
Find Little Jerry - Our Lazy Daze Man is hiding at the festival and is hoping to be found! Five Little Jerry dolls (complete with his fishing pole) will be enjoying the sights and sounds of Lazy Daze. While visiting the festival,keep your eyes peeled for Little Jerry. If you find him, get a card that he’ll have. If you find all five, return the cards to the Information Tent to be registered to win a prize!
Timber! Chainsaw Sculpting Competition - Lazy Daze will host its second annual chainsaw sculpting competition with new sculptors, new rules and new themes! Come see the chainsaw artists create amazing works of art and root for your favorite – they’ll be competing to win a prize provided by Cary Magazine.
A great selection of non-profit groups from Cary and Wake County and professional concessions vendors provide concessions. Foods include polish sausages, funnel cakes, kettle corn, hot dogs, and cold drinks. Concessions will be featured in several locations throughout the festival area. Get your favorite festival food and enjoy the last lazy daze of summer with your friends and family!
Lazy Daze features great performing artists on stage. Each end of the festival has a performance stage and there is a children’s entertainment stage in the Kids World Area. Featuring the best of regional talent, entertainers range from local dance groups to beach bands, bluegrass, classic rock and more. Take a break from shopping and let us entertain you!
The Carolina Parent Kid's World is an interactive area of the festival just for our smallest patrons! Children of all ages can get creative with make-and-take art activities. This year's art activities promise to be fun, creative and entertaining! Also in Kid’s World – cool off in the misting tent and enjoy yummy food and special kids entertainment! Kid's World is located at the corner of Academy and Park Streets just across from the Cary Public Library and is brought to you by Carolina Parent Magazine.
Find out how to get involved in YOUR Community! Community-based cultural groups will come together to inform festival attendees of the great work they do all year round to support the arts in Cary. Located beside the new Cary Arts Center, these groups will distribute literature and information about their organization, sell raffle tickets or fundraising items other than crafts, artwork or food. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about Cary’s non-profit arts organizations and the services they provide. Stop by and show them your support!