Charlotte is about to get a bit crabbier

April 8, 2017 by  

Seafood lovers from Charlotte and the communities that surround it may wish to clear their calendars for the upcoming SouthEast Crab Feast.

The event, which brings people together from all over the city, will feature an all-you-can-eat meal of freshly caught blue crabs with a side of fish and chips, as well as music and other entertainment. It is a family friendly function and suitable for people of all ages. Direct mail printing can be used to create promotional mailouts that can market an event like this throughout the area.

According to the organizers, the meal is so popular that is sells out quickly, so for this year, they have planned two sittings. While there are a limited number of places to sit, those who plan on attending are highly encouraged to bring along their own folding chair to ensure they have seating. They can also bring along any condiments they wish, as well as a mallet to help them break the crab shells. Guests are not permitted to bring their own beverages (alcoholic or otherwise) or large bags, and drinks will be available for purchase on site.

Park Road Park will serve as the venue for the occasion, which will be held on June 24. Anyone who is interested in attending can visit the organizer’s website for additional details and an opportunity to purchase tickets.

Charlotte walk to help break the stigma around mental illness

April 8, 2017 by  

Mental illness touches many people’s lives, and this is why a walk to raise awareness about mental health has been planned for Charlotte.

Eustress has organized an event that will seek to [Read more]

Charlotte event to recognize those who help others

April 8, 2017 by  

People from across Charlotte work hard every day to lend their neighbors a helping hand, and during an upcoming Charlotte luncheon, they will be recognized for all they do for others.

The WINGS Charlotte SOAR Awards celebration will [Read more]

Springtime event to help businesses grow

April 7, 2017 by  

Business owners, managers and anyone else who is interested in finding new ways to achieve success may wish to make plans to attend an upcoming Charlotte event.

BizCon Charlotte will [Read more]

Charlotte cops and community to strike a bond

March 14, 2017 by  

A free event has been planned for Charlotte that will bring together residents and members of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department Steele Creek Division for a day of bowling.

The tournament, which is [Read more]

Charlotte reaches out to those with Turner syndrome

March 6, 2017 by  

Women with Turner syndrome, as well as their parents and other adult family members and educators, are invited to attend an event that will help them learn how to navigate through social situations with greater ease.

The session, which has [Read more]

Phlebotomy workshop planned for Charlotte

March 5, 2017 by  

A phlebotomy workshop is being offered to healthcare professionals from Charlotte and the surrounding areas that will equip those who take part with skills they can make use of in their own practices.

An assortment of techniques in [Read more]

Charlotte party to help women all over the world

March 4, 2017 by  

Neema’s Purse, which is a not-for-profit group that helps women and girls around the world, will be hosting a fundraiser in Charlotte, and its organizers are hoping that as many people as possible will choose to attend.

This party, which [Read more]

Quilters have everything covered in Charlotte

February 4, 2017 by  

The Charlotte Quilters Guild will be marking its 40th year by hosting its ‘A Walk Down Memory Lane’ exhibition of 180 handmade quilts, which will be on display for the public to see and admire.

A curated event, it includes a [Read more]

Charlotte expo to showcase all things gluten and allergen free

February 4, 2017 by  

An event has been planned for Charlotte that will give those who are sensitive to gluten and other allergens, and also those who prepare gluten free dishes, a chance to learn more about the options available to them in the local area.

The Charlotte Gluten and [Read more]

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