At Larry Jay Mitsubishi, we’re proud to be a part of the Charlotte community.
As the biggest city in North Carolina, Charlotte has tons to offer, especially during the fall and winter. For example, there are plenty of food festivals that cater to a wide variety of people, from seafood lovers to comfort-food connoisseurs. You’ll also find holiday-related events in late November and throughout December, helping you celebrate in style. Check out these Charlotte community events to make the most of 2019.
SouthEast Crab Feast – November 2
Held at the Park Road Park on November 2, the SouthEast Crab Feast is one of the top outdoor cooking events of the season. You’ll find all-you-can-eat fresh blue crabs, as well as fish and chips along with a variety of other seafood dishes. There will also be live music accompanied by beer and wine. The Crab Feast is designed to be family friendly, so be sure to bring the whole gang. Buy your tickets now so you don’t miss out.
CLT s’MACdown: Mac-n-Cheese Fest – November 9
You don’t want to miss the fourth-annual CLT s’MACdown: Mac-n-Cheese and Craft Beer Tasting event, which is hosted by Sportlink and Elevate at the CUVC. Held from 1-5 p.m. on November 9, you can get great beer and enjoy fresh, homemade comfort food. Plus, the proceeds support Project Halo.
Queen City Fall Festival – November 16
Presented by AT&T Fiber, the 2019 festival will be from 1-5 p.m. at the Carole Hoefener Center. You’ll find arts and crafts, face painting, a bounce house, free giveaways, and other fun activities. Plus, there will be food trucks and live performances. You won’t want to miss the raffle or the bake sale, either.
Queen City Christmas Festival – December 7
Stop by the Carole Hoefener Center on December 7 starting at 1 p.m. for the Christmas Festival. Perfect for kids, there will be free photos with Santa Claus, a toy give away, free gift-wrapping services, and other holiday-themed activities. You’ll also find local vendors, food, and free entertainment. The highlight will be the annual candy cane hunt. Bring your ugliest Christmas sweaters and prepare for a day packed with holiday cheer!