Looking for an idea for an inexpensive date night? Check out Elizabeth City Downtown, Inc.’s Music on the Green concert series. These free public concerts feature our talented local music scene.READ MORE ».
On summery nights, there aren’t many spots I enjoy more than the tables outside Hoppin’ Johnz. Beneath the lights strung across Pailin’s Alley, it’s a great place to relax and enjoy a breeze with your favorite dessert or cocktail. But all that changes when the weekend rolls around.READ MORE ».
It’s time to lift your glass in honor of local brews as April is North Carolina Beer month. With more than 250 breweries, more than any other state in the South, North Carolinians have ample opportunities for sampling libations at special beer inspired celebrations. In Elizabeth City, you can join in the celebration at these special events.READ MORE ».
There are plenty of great reasons to visit Elizabeth City but if you travel this fall, you can meet colonial specters, cheer for the hometown football team, shop for one-of-a-kind crafts and be inspired by artists’ creativity. Looking for a good time? Look no further than Elizabeth City!READ MORE ».
Are you ready to have a good time, Elizabeth City? The Music on the Green Festival series is still going strong. This is a series of free public concerts promoting the local music scene.READ MORE ».
Mariners’ Wharf Film Festival is a throwback to the drive-in movie feeling of watching classic movies on the big screen while outdoors!READ MORE ».
It’s time once again for your annual dose of local history! The Elizabeth City Historic Neighborhood Association presents its 19th annual Historic Ghost Walk, October 9 and 10. This year’s combination house tour, history lesson, and live theater will feature Bootlegging, Prohibition and the Jazz Age in the Albemarle. All “ghosts” will appear at sites in Elizabeth City’s downtown historic district.READ MORE ».