The Great Elizabeth Pumpkin Wall has become a much-loved tradition, not just for Elizabeth residents, but for many others in the community. It’s a giant display of dozens of carved pumpkins, and is an amazing sight to see.
Every year the pumpkins are illuminated behind that year’s Pumpkin Wall Word. Soon you can learn what that word is for 2020.
Here’s what you need to know…
This information was from the Elizabeth Community Newsletter item.
Elizabeth residents will carve the pumpkins, and will have a ceremonial Pumpkin Wall lighting on October 30th, 2020, at 6:45 p.m.
After that, the wall will remain lit every night through Halloween, so you will only have two nights to enjoy the Great Elizabeth Pumpkin Wall in 2020. So make sure to get there to see it!
The wall will be at a new location this year, the vacant lot at the corner of Laurel and Greenway, 2229 Greenway Avenue.
Want to enjoy a dinner out while visiting Elizabeth?
Here are some restaurants to try:
- The Fig Tree, 1601 E. 7th Street
- The Crunkleton, 1957 E. 7th Street
- Viva Chicken, 1617 Elizabeth Avenue
- Cajun Queen, 1800 E. Seventh Street
Upcoming Halloween EventsCheck out our big list of Halloween events around Charlotte, or see some of them here:
Laurel and Greenway, in Elizabeth