Lazy Daze was first held on August 27, 1977 to bring artists into downtown Cary and encourage area residents to explore downtown. The Festival is a signature event for the Town of Cary, annually welcoming more than 50,000 people into the historic downtown to experience an amazing array of exceptional arts and crafts. It’s a fun day for the entire family – arts and crafts, food, Kid’s World and two huge stages with entertainment all day. If you are looking for more information about the Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival, please visitwww.townofcary.org and search "Lazy Daze".
The Spring Daze Festival was first held in 1993 and is filled with wonderful arts and crafts, your favorite festival foods, community based civic groups handing out information on things you can get involved with, and entertainment. Children will be delighted by activities just for them in the Children’s Village and will be invited to exercise their imagination as they play in the always popular Lazy Daze Playground – the center of the village. In the Earth Day area of the festival, you can find out how to play a role in preserving our natural resources and protecting the environment. If you are looking for more information about the Spring Daze Arts and Crafts Festival, please visit www.townofcary.org and search "Spring Daze".