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We Are Cary – 150 Years Later

Looking for a safe way to stretch your creative muscles?

Need some family-friendly arts activities? Sign up to participate in our community art project and get free “We Are Cary” Masks and Story-Sharing Paper! All masks and materials are individually packaged. 

At home with your household members, you can safely: 

  • Decorate your “We Are Cary” mask, wear it, take a selfie, and send it to us! 
  • Share your story with us on the “We Are Cary” Paper. You can draw, paint, write, cut/paste, stitch & more on this paper to share your experience with us! This is a great activity for kids and families. 

You can also contribute to our growing collection of stories by taking our short survey, available in three languages: 

We Are Cary – 150 Years Later is a community art project led by internationally known artist Jan-Ru Wan to celebrate Cary’s 150th anniversary as a town. Our goal is to demonstrate the resilience of our community during the unique time we’re living through and we need your help to make this project possible!  Learn more about the project and other ways you can be involved at