August 6, 2018

Classic Car Cruise-In Tonight in Downtown Mocksville!

Visit the beautiful and historic square in downtown Mocksville tonight beginning at 5:30 p.m. for a classic car “Cruise-In” presented by the Piedmont Classic C.A.R.S. Club. A Symphony of Sights and Sounds For three hours on a warm, Monday evening, the town square is transformed into a colorful, busy symphony of sight and sounds. The cruise-in draws participants from the surrounding areas stretching from the Virginia border to the Sandhills ~ West from Wilkes County and East to Alamance and Wake Counties. If the weather is kind, the cruise-in will draw as many as 250 cars. Music and 50/50 Raffle […]
July 30, 2018

Enjoy Award Winning Wines From 5 Davie County Vineyards!

Davie County is home to five wonderful vineyards with a variety of award-winning wines available to suit any taste.  Enjoy a glass of wine with family and friends, and take part in a variety of scheduled events. Event schedules for each vineyard are available on the vineyard websites. Davie County vineyards are welcoming spots to enjoy with a group of friends and family for an hour, an afternoon or an entire evening. RayLen Vineyards & Winery 3577 Highway 158 Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 998-3100 www.raylenvineyards.com.  Open Monday-Saturday 11:00 AM -6:00 PM, Sunday 12:00-6:00 PM. Raylen offers 17 award-winning wines. Their […]
July 24, 2018

Free Mobile Pharmacy Event this Friday in Mocksville

NC MedAssist will hold a Mobile Free Pharmacy Event in Mocksville on Friday, July 27.  The event, which is in collaboration with Cardinal Innovations Healthcare, is open to any low-income individual or family needing free health screenings, education and/or over-the-counter medications.  The event will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Brock Recreation Center (644 N. Main Street, Mocksville, NC 27028).  Must be 18 or older. No identification is required. This OTC Give Away Day is a wonderful opportunity for Davie County residents to obtain free over-the-counter medicine that can be very difficult for people on limited […]
July 21, 2018

Downtown Mocksville this Week – Kids Art Crawl Thursday, Free Concert Saturday

The good times are rolling in downtown Mocksville this week with a kids art crawl on Thursday and a free concert on Saturday night. Kids Art Crawl This Thursday in Main Street Park Is summer boredom getting the better of your family? Looking for an exciting, inexpensive activity to entertain your kids? Head to Main Street Park in downtown Mocksville on Thursday, July 26th, from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. for the FIRST Kids Art Crawl. The FEE IS $5 PER CHILD. Local artist, Bruce White, owner and instructor at Wild Mountain Designs & Art will be offering five different art […]
July 18, 2018

Ducks on Sale Now – Join us for the Duck Race This Saturday at the Bullhole!

The Great Bullhole Duck Race and Family Festival at RiverPark at Cooleemee Falls will be on Saturday, July 21 from 10 a.m.-2  p.m. Proceeds are used for the maintenance and safety of the RiverPark, or the “Bullhole,” as it is locally known. This year, the event will welcome additional elements to ensure a great family experience. There will be music provided by Emergency Music Service throughout the day and the walkway to the river will be lined with vendors and activities. Food, drink, and cold treat vendors will be available at the picnic shelter. The O’Neal family will place the […]
July 16, 2018

Free Family Events This Friday in Downtown Mocksville

Looking for a little free, family-friendly fun this week? Downtown Mocksville has two events this Friday, June 20th, that will delight family members of all ages! Progressive Storybook From Noon – 1:30 p.m. at the Downtown Park Mocksville’s new downtown park is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic and a story. You won’t want to miss the progressive storybook, “The Bear Ate Your Sandwich,” from noon to 1:30 p.m. Participants will be led through a series of storyboards that share the charming story of a bear and a sandwich, followed by some cold refreshments. This free family event is […]
July 13, 2018

Free Concert on the Square in Mocksville – Saturday, July 14th

Enjoy some motown and beach music as Tess Black & Blues Band takes the stage this Saturday night, July 14th, from 7 p.m-10 p.m in the quad near Restaurant 101 in downtown Mocksville. Their performance is part of the free Concerts on the Square series sponsored by the Town of Mocksville. More Free Concerts for 2018 Future performances are July 28th — Mel Jones & His Bag O’Bones (Americana), August 11th — 60 Watt Combo (70s & 80s rock), August 25th — Brad Ratledge & The Happy Ones (soft rock & country). All of the concerts begin at 7 pm. […]
July 10, 2018

Mocksville House of Raeford Plant Sold – New Owners will Expand Operations, Add Jobs!

House of Raeford Farms has announced the sale of its Mocksville, NC-based chicken processing plant to long-time customer Brakebush Brothers, Inc. of Westfield, WI. The central portion of the manufacturing facility off Eaton Road was heavily damaged by a fire last December. Brakebush plans to restore the 72,000 square foot plant with state-of-the-art processing equipment. The updated facility will accommodate three production lines when fully utilized, which is projected for spring 2019. According to Brakebush’s website, the company is retaining the employment of many of the management, administrative and hourly staff. When at full capacity, the plant will employ over […]
July 5, 2018
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Davie County Schools + Hill RAP and A+ Training for Read to Achieve Camp – Helping Students Discover their Strengths and Improve Literacy Skills!

The teachers became the students as 28 Davie County educators explored using the arts to teach reading, a skill that is fundamental for success in school as well as in life. This A+ Schools training was in preparation for Davie’s summer Read to Achieve Camp which is designed to help third graders who have not met state requirements in reading to advance to the fourth grade. The camp also includes first and second graders who demonstrated the potential of reaching grade-level proficiency in reading with extra help in the summer. This intensive four-week camp began on Monday, June 25th. The […]