Cary, Chapel Hill cancel summer camps, July 4 celebrations
Cary and Chapel Hill on Friday announced that they were canceling summer camps and July 4 celebrations.Posted — Updated
Cary and Chapel Hill on Friday announced that they were canceling summer camps and July 4 celebrations.
Cary's parks, recreation and cultural resources summer camps are canceled through August. The town is providing full refunds of all deposits.
All of the town's parks events also have been canceled through July 5. That includes its annual Independence Day celebrations and fireworks displays at Bond Park, Koka Booth Amphitheatre and WakeMed Soccer Park.
In Chapel Hill, the town's parks and recreation summer day camps at the Community Center, Hargraves and Teen Center are canceled, along with Library Summer Blast performances, July 4 fireworks and community celebration, Movies Under the Stars and more.
Local camp providers are struggling with how to provide services to families this summer during the pandemic and meet the safety recommendations and requirements of state and federal officials to prevent the spread of the coronavirus
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