Oakhurst Fall Festival – Nov. 5th

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You’re invited!

The shopowners at Oakhurst on Monroe are pleased to invite you and your family to the 2nd Annual Oakhurst Fall Festival! Come out for a day of fall fun and frivolity, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022.

Festival go-ers will receive a goodie bag and chance to win big prizes with hourly giveaways. MissBehavin’ classic rock band is excited to be back, and there will be games, dancing, two large bounce houses, fall passports to fill, food trucks, and of course the company of wonderful neighbors.

“When we started this last year, we wanted to do something to boost the community’s morale. The goal was to get people out of the house and together. What better way to do this than by hosting an Oakhurst Fall Festival?”

…said owner of Anytime Fitness Oakhurst and festival organizer, Natalie Stringer.

Participating businesses and organizations:

“There’s a special camaraderie among the business owners at Oakhurst on Monroe,” said Liz Koerschgen, newly-elected chair of MoRA. “It’s exciting to see community-focused events like the Oakhurst Fall Festival become annual traditions.”

MoRA will be greeting on Saturday, Nov. 5th. Stop by the table for your free goodie bag (stuffed with love from participating businesses) and your passport for a fun-filled day.

Oakhurst Fall Festival

WHO:  YOU! Everyone is welcome.

WHAT: Live band, dancing, games, two large bounce houses, food trucks and restaurants, hourly giveaways, and fall passports to fill.

WHEN: Saturday, November 5th from 10am to 2pm

WHERE: Oakhurst on Monroe – 4701 Monroe Rd, Charlotte, NC 28205 – next to Oakhurst STEAM Academy.

HOW:  It’s a free community event made possibly by the participating businesses and organizations listed above.

Oakhurst Fall Festival flyer
Click here to access the FB event with auto reminder.

  Monroe Road Advocates (MoRA) is grassroots group of volunteers from Monroe Road neighborhoods, businesses, nonprofits, and schools. We’re connecting community in the corridor from Lupie’s/7th Street to NC-51.