Upcoming events

    • 11 Jan 2017
    • 17 Feb 2017
    • Page-Walker Arts & History Center
    John William Meadows (1874 – 1954) born a decade after Emancipation, was a leader in Cary’s African-American community during a time of great challenges. Teaching in Cary during the week and preaching in rural areas on the weekend, Meadows established a strong educational and religious foundation in Western Wake County. Artifacts from his life offer a wider glimpse of Cary’s black history and will be exhibited in the display case in the main entrance of the Page-Walker Arts & History Center from January 11 to February 17.  A reception open to the public will be held Friday, January 27 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Page-Walker Arts & History Center.  
    • 07 Feb 2017
    • 7:30 PM
    • Page-Walker Arts & History Center

    Discover how the historic Page-Walker Hotel was saved and learn about its 25 year history as Cary’s popular arts & history center.

    This program is free and open to the public.

    • 19 Feb 2017
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Page-Walker Arts & History Center - Main Gallery

    Brian Reagin, violinist and Concertmaster of the North Carolina Symphony, returns as a favorite to the Friends Concert Series.  Reagin, who captivates audiences with his brilliant performances, will treat concert-goers to a classical repertoire on his Lorenzo and Tomasso Carcassi violin made in Florence, Italy in 1763.  Don’t miss this one, it sells out every year!

    This is the eighth annual Carole J. Wright Memorial Concert, named for long-time supporter of the concert series and benefactor to the Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel.

     Concert tickets may be purchased for $16.50 at The Cary Theater (122 E. Chatham St). Box Office hours are T-F, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sat 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; online at eTix.com (search for "Page-Walker") or by phone at 1-800-514.3849.

    We look forward to seeing you at the Friends of the Page-Walker Winter Concert Series performances.
    • 28 Mar 2017
    • 7:30 PM
    • Page-Walker Arts & History Center

    Ever wonder why High House Road or Maynard Road are called that?  Join the Friends of the Page-Walker as they reveal the name origins of some of Cary’s popular thoroughfares.

    This program is free and open to the public.

    • 23 May 2017
    • 7:30 PM
    • Page-Walker Arts & History Center, Main Gallery
    Join us as we continue to expand our understanding of Cary’s history at our annual presentation highlighting properties in our three National Register historic districts. See what was lost or saved this past year and learn about the historic and architectural significance of the properties and as well as stories about former owners and their place in Cary’s history. Refreshments follow program.

    This program is free and open to the public.


If you're inspired to learn more about the Friends of the Page-Walker or Cary's history, please contact us. History is an ongoing narrative, and we invite you to become a part of it.

By Mail: Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel, Inc., P.O. Box 4234, Cary NC 27519

By Email: info@friendsofpagewalker.org

The Page-Walker Arts & History Center is operated by the Town of Cary and is located at 119 Ambassador Loop on the Cary Town Hall campus. For questions about rental of the facility or about Town-sponsored programs, please call the Page-Walker staff at 919-460-4963.

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