Events, things to do in Charlotte, NC, in January, February

Take a 30-minute walking tour of the North End Campground on your Wednesday or Friday lunch break.

Take a 30-minute walking tour of the North End Campground on your Wednesday or Friday lunch break.

Editor’s Note: Charlotte Five has limited coverage of in-person and indoor events to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Masks are required in Charlotte and many places for indoor or indoor spaces.


Make your spring landscaping dreams come true. The Great Charlotte Homes & Landscaping Show 2022 will help you plan your outdoor projects with galleries and experienced professionals on decks, pools, spas, plant displays and more. January 28-30. Tickets are free for kids 12 and younger, $7 for ages 13 and older, and seniors over 60 get them free on opening day. Caparros Arena, 4751 NC-49, Concord.

Make reservations at one of the more than 70 participating restaurants for Queen’s Feast Charlotte Restaurant Week. Enjoy a set menu from Napa on Providence, Firebirds Wood Fire Grill – Huntersville, BOCADO Bar & Diner and more. Prix-fixe pricing starts at $30+.


Visit Discovery Place Science to view two new exhibits – Mental Health: Matters of the Mind and the Path to Mindfulness. Mental Health: Mind Matters is a traveling exhibit sponsored by Atrium Health that seeks to raise awareness and normalize the conversation about mental health. The two exhibitions will run from January 29 to April 10, and both exhibitions will be included in museum admission. General admission is $18 or more, and children under two enter for free. 301 N. Tryon Street


Order something sweet for your loved one on Valentine’s Day. Twenty Degrees Chocolates recently launched Valentine’s Day products and ships Monday and Wednesday. You can also stop by the storefront to buy a gift from the Valentine’s Day collection or choose from a variety of chocolates, nuts, fruit, caramels, or other items in stock throughout the year. 1930 Camden Road, Suite 135.

Shop for your sweetheart – or sweetheart – at Twenty Degrees Chocolates. Casey Hickey


Visit us to congratulate Bitty & Beau’s Coffee on their title as the best coffee shop in Charlotte. You can also buy coffee and relax in a welcoming atmosphere – something that guests love. 1930 Camden Road., Ste 236.

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Bitty & Beau’s Coffee employees on Camden Road in the South End. Alex Casson Photography Charlotte Five


Grab a meal at Crepe Cellar before it closes on Sunday, January 30. Order the famous French onion soup, and enjoy with Pesto Fries or the Cellar Burger Crepe. 3116 N Street. Davidson

Order the Cellar’s Crepe Burger before the restaurant closes on January 30th for a transformation into Ever Andalo. Courtesy of Cellar Crepe


Take a walking tour of Camp North End. This free 30-minute guided walking tour takes you through the historic campus. Two rounds are offered each week at noon on Wednesdays and Fridays through March. Tours begin under the water tower in the Boileryard area. It ends at food stalls in Keswick where participants can sit down and enjoy lunch from La Caseta, Plant Joy, and more. 1824 Statesville Ave.

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Outdoor food stalls at Camp North End are allowing visitors to practice safe social distancing amid COVID-19. Alex Casson Photography Charlotte Five


Stop by the University’s Paparazzi CLT for selfies and enjoy a menu that includes Lobster Pops, Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls, world-famous Salmon Cheesesteak and more. 9539 Pinnacle d.

Visit Paparazzi CLT to take pictures with unique backgrounds and enjoy the music and food. Courtesy of Paparazzi CLT

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Visit The Mint Museum’s new installation Uptown: Crafts in the Lab: The Science of Making Things Open as it opens February 12. It is the first installation in the Southeast to explore how STEM concepts influence craft and design. It also celebrates the revitalization and reinstallation of the permanent collection exhibits of Mint’s Craft + Design. Tickets are free for members and children 4 and under, $15 for adults, $10 for seniors 65 and older, $10 for college students with ID and $6 for youth 5-17. 500 Tryon Street

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