Arboretum at Weston

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Arboretum at Weston

Fine dining, boutiques, outdoor cafe seating, a day spa and a fitness center are just a few reasons why The Arboretum is Cary's finest retail destination!


While shopping at The Arboretum this holiday season, why not give back? Joint Venture Estate Jewelers is partnering with the North Carolina Food Bank as the drop off point for the shopping center’s Food Drive. Bring in any non-perishable food items to be donated now through December 22 and receive a $10 coupon to be used at Joint Venture.

The N.C. Food Bank has distributed more than 41.5 million pounds of food and non-food essentials this year. Yet, hunger still remains a serious problem in central and eastern North Carolina; any little bit helps!

2058 Renaissance Park Pl., I-40 Exit 287
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