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Visit uptown for Fourth Ward’s holiday home tour

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    Tour hours are 5-9 p.m. Dec. 6 and 7; 1-5 p.m. Dec. 8. Tickets for all three days are $25, available at www.fofw.org and at locations listed on the site. Parking is available for $5 at 7th Street Public Market. Start the tour at the market or the tour booth at Ninth and Poplar streets.



Celebrate the season by visiting some of the city’s best Victorian homes, urban condos and cultural spots as they put on their holiday best for the Friends of Fourth Ward’s Holiday Home Tour.

The 36th annual event returns to one of Charlotte’s oldest neighborhoods Dec. 6-8 with music, carriage rides, restaurant specials and other festivities.

Eight properties will be open to ticket holders as choirs and handbell ensembles perform from porches within the 30-block community in uptown’s northwest quadrant.

Arrive early each day to see rehearsals for “The Nutcracker” ballet by the North Carolina Dance Theatre and to sample food and drink from area restaurants in the homes and at stops along the tour route. Stop at Center City restaurants before or after the tour for a selection of free appetizers.

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