Monday December 2, 2013
For some people, pulling the Christmas tree out of the attic is a Thanksgiving tradition. But for a lot of families, it's just not Christmas without a real tree. There are plenty of options to get a real tree, as it seems like a lot pops up on almost every corner or parking lot. But if you're looking for something a little special, check out one of the area's "choose and cut your own" lots.
Where to cut your own Christmas tree in Charlotte
Friday November 29, 2013
The town of McAdenville, North Carolina is named "Christmas Town USA," and with good reason. Each year, the small town of less than 700 residents comes alive each winter with a fantastic light display that draws in over 600,000 visitors annually. Located about 15 miles west of Charlotte, a visit to the tiny town is a holiday tradition for most locals, and has been for over 50 years.
Here's everything you'll need to know to visit McAdenville.
Tuesday November 19, 2013
Not everyone likes to cook on Thanksgiving. So, if you'd rather enjoy the holiday by having someone else do all the work, here's a listing of Charlotte restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day 2013. With almost 20 restaurants in Charlotte offering Thanksgiving dinner, you'll find something that works for you.
Click here for a list of restaurants in Charlotte that will be open on Thanksgiving Day.
Monday November 11, 2013
For those that served or are actively serving, this is your day! In honor of your sacrifice, there are plenty of places around Charlotte to get a free meal, a free haircut and more. You've earned it! Check out a list of restaurants that are saluting veterans.
Veteran's Day 2013 in Charlotte