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Cary Chick-fil-A starts new monthly storytime

Posted January 15, 2012

The Chick-fil-A at Waverly Place in Cary will start offering a new monthly storytime this month.

The storytime and craft, hosted by Huntington Learning Center of Cary, will be from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every third Thursday of the month. The first date is Thursday.

The new story time will not replace the Waverly Place location's weekly family nights, which are 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Those will still be held, though, as I wrote before, the Waverly Place restaurant and other Chick-fil-As in the region no longer offer free kids meals.

The Waverly Place Chick-fil-A is at 411 Colonades Way in Cary.

I've included this on our list of storytimes and in-store events.


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  • olive91988 Jan 17, 2012

    @luvbailey quoted as saying "The real "value" being demonstrated here is that corporate leadership is not afraid to stand up for what they belive in." That this "belief" embraces discrimination against other people is what is offensive and I do not want my money to go to them to help support that discriminatory cause. I can respect being off on Sundays and a good chicken sandwich, but guess what, there are plenty of other places that have good chicken sandwiches and as a consumer you can choose not to go out to eat on Sunday to support that 'family value' in your own family. Do you?

  • luvbailey Jan 16, 2012

    I love Chick-Fil-A and eat there because the founder and leader, Truett Cathy, supports family values, including being closed on Sunday so that the employees can have a day with family and worship if they chose to do so. The real "value" being demonstrated here is that corporate leadership is not afraid to stand up for what they belive in. In addition the food is good, the restaurants clean, the staff friendly - I have never had a bad experience there.

    So, what one person finds offensive, another person embraces.

  • olive91988 Jan 16, 2012

    We do not eat at Chick-fil-A because we refuse to support those that support discrimination. While they do have a good chicken sandwich I will not take my children there. You can get good chicken all over.

  • olive91988 Jan 16, 2012

    Be aware that Truett Cathy, the owner of Chick-fil-A, donated almost 2 million dollars to organizations and agencies that support the marriage amendment and to other organizations that openly support discrimination based on sexual orientation and self righteously call these 'family values'.