Looking for a spot you can get your cat fix, coffee fix, and bubble tea fix all in one?
Check out Right Meow - Cat Café
NOW OPEN in Fuquay-Varina
A unique, cage-free environment for adorable adoptable cats. Adopting families will have the opportunity to meet & greet with available cats while watching their personalities flourish in the safe-space. Even if you are not in the market for adoption, by visiting right meow café you are helping the cats socialize until they find their furever home! Before your visit, PLEASE read over the FAQ as this is more of an experience for most!
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📍913 S. Main St, Fuquay-Varina, NC, 27526📍
Next up on our Parks & Rec
Month highlights, one of Fuquay-Varina's
oldest parks, Falcon Park, sits on 5 acres of multi-purpose land. Back in the day, the population was little so there were no family gathering places which meant no place for kids to gather outside and play. Town residents took action in the 1950's by organizing and raising enough money to fund the towns first park, Falcon Park, opening in 1953! Since opening, Falcon Park has received numerous updates including the most recent a few years back which gave much-needed new life to the playground and the buildings at Falcon Park.
Features to enjoy:
Baseball / SOFTBALL FIELD (WITH LIGHTS)
BUILDINGS TO RENT
105 Falcon Drive
Fuquay-Varina, NC, 27526
ENTRY FEE: FREE!
Get out and about this summer and explore the history of our town of Fuquay-Varina! What better way to celebrate the Year of the Trail AND National Parks and Recreation Month than by strolling some of Fuquay's beautiful parks?
FIRST PARK UP?
, home to significant historical Town treasures while boasting a beautiful shaded, landscaped park area. Around the park find an original tobacco barn, a playhouse from the Johnson House, a caboose, and the sculpture Ghost Farmers
! There is much to learn as you walk around the park area.
HISTORY BEHIND THE PARK -
Ashworth Park is the original home place of Rufus and Cornelia Ashworth, who married on January 12, 1918 during World War 1. The couple moved to Fuquay-Varina in 1922 and built their home at 112 Aiken Street around 1927 and expanded it over the years to accommodate their growing family. In 1937 Rufus opened his own clothing store, Ashworth's Clothing, and operated it until his death in June of 1970. Cornelia continued to live in the Aiken Street home place until her death at the age of 97 on December 16, 1995. The generations of Ashworth's that followed have contributed significantly to the Town of Fuquay-Varina making it a better community. Ashworth’s Clothing remains on Main Street in Fuquay-Varina. Ashworth Park was dedicated on October 8, 2014.
New Fuquay-Varina subdivision, Purfoy Place has only a few opportunities left. Hurry and you can still make your own custom selections!
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amenities. Local builders Kara Homes
, Glover Design Build
, TBP Homes and Gemstone Homes
have built some beautiful CUSTOM homes with a few more to go! Two homes currently are READY for immediate closing with 4 more currently available! Head on over to our website
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Check out the newest neighborhood DRONE
footage by Mary Pickard Photography
to see how far Purfoy Place has come!
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