May 13, 2024

Popcorn Flicks! Super Summer Movie Nights in Davie County

Davie County’s summer movie nights, sponsored by the Town of Mocksville and Davie County Recreation and Parks, are here! Grab the popcorn and bring out family and friends for local outdoor cinematic entertainment. These films are a great way to enjoy the summer evenings with your loved ones. Download a free printable summer movie schedule here and keep reading for all the details of summer movie nights in Davie County! Town of Mocksville Movies are held at Main Street Park at 192 North Main Street. Mockville Movies kick off on June 15th with an unlikely hero, Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken. […]
April 29, 2024
Crowd at a concert with people making heart shapes with their hands, text promoting a summer concert schedule.

Summertime Concerts are Music to Your Ears

It’s time to welcome back the beloved tradition of summertime concerts in Davie! Live music returns this summer as the Town of Mocksville, Davie County Recreation and Parks, and the Davie County Arts Council, in partnership with the Town of Bermuda Run, offer a multitude of free concerts that are sure to have you singing and clapping along.  With a mix of country, rock, beach music, and everything in between, these performances are sure to get crowds grooving, ensuring unforgettable summer nights of family-friendly fun for everyone. Town of Bermuda Run Series:  The Davie County Arts Council and the Town […]
April 25, 2024

Have Fun, Save Money & Live Longer at Davie County Farmers Markets

Ready to eat fresh and shop local? Farmer’s Markets are a great source of local produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, one-of-a-kind handmade items, and much more! Davie County has three farmers’ markets open from Spring to Fall.  Bermuda Run Farmers Market Open Now! Get ready to tickle your taste buds! The Bermuda Run Farmer’s Market opened Friday, April 19th, and will run through October 25th. The market is held on Fridays from 3:30- 6:30 p.m. at 190 NC Hwy 801 South in Bermuda Run.   In addition to fruits, vegetables, flowers, and plants, the Bermuda Run Farmer’s Market offers a […]
April 23, 2024

Get Ready to Step Back in Time at the Daniel Boone Family Festival: Food, Fun, Music, and History Await on May 4th – CANCELLED

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER Free Community Event! 10 a.m. –  7:30 p.m. Experience a day filled with food, fun, music, and a heapin’ helpin’ of history at the Daniel Boone Family Festival, a free community event taking place on Saturday, May 4th, in Historic Downtown Mocksville. The festivities kick off at 10 a.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. Featuring local artisans, historical tours throughout the county, gem mining, axe throwing, and a kids’ zone with free inflatables and face painting, this event has something for everyone of all ages!   Experience a day filled with adventure, culture, and a hearty serving […]
April 10, 2024

Celebrating 31 Years as a Tree City! – Mocksville to Hold Arbor Day Celebration on April 19th

The Town of Mocksville, a proud member of the Tree City USA program for 31 years, is gearing up to celebrate Arbor Day 2024 on Friday, April 19th. You are invited to join them at 10 a.m. at Rich Park Shelter 5, 352 Park Drive, Mocksville, where they will be planting a tree to mark this achievement. During the celebration, Mayor Will Marklin will read the Arbor Day proclamation, a powerful reminder of the town’s commitment to tree planting and preservation. Ranger James Bentley from the North Carolina Forest Service will present the prestigious Tree City USA 2023 Award, recognizing […]
April 8, 2024

Family Promise Day of Giving to Raise Funds and Awareness to Support Local Families 

Sharon* and her teenage daughter were in a neighboring shelter before entering the Family Promise of Davie County program. Since the teenage daughter was 16, she was considered an adult and not allowed to stay with her mom. They sought Family Promise’s services because they wanted to stay together during this crisis. All too often, families are separated due to a child’s age or gender. But not at Family Promise—they keep family units together.  Sharon grappled with severe health challenges, which had been sidelined during the upheaval of losing their housing. While in the Family Promise program, Sharon received dedicated […]
April 8, 2024

Dispose of Pesticides Safely – Free Pesticide Disposal Day May 1st 

Do you have old pesticides taking up space in your barn, garage, or storage shed?Dispose of Pesticides Safely through the Davie County/NC Cooperative Extension Center In an effort to promote environmental stewardship and protect public health, the Davie County Cooperative Extension Center is hosting a free Pesticide Disposal event on May 1, 2024, from 10 am to 2 pm at the Davie County Center located at 642 Wilkesboro Street in Mocksville. Improper disposal of pesticides can have detrimental effects on the environment and human health. By participating in this event, residents can ensure that these hazardous materials are handled and […]
April 2, 2024

Town of Mocksville Spring Clean-up Event this Saturday, April 6th

The Town of Mocksville is hosting its annual Spring Clean-up Day for residents within the town limits on Saturday, April 6th, from 8 a.m. – noon at Rich Park.  Please read the following list of items that will be accepted: These items will not be accepted:  Please note: This event is only for residents within the town limits of Mocksville who pay town taxes. 
March 28, 2024

54th Annual Chamber Meeting Honors Local Leaders and Businesses

The Davie County Chamber of Commerce presented its 54th Annual Meeting on Friday, March 22nd, at WinMock in Bermuda Run.  The meeting was a sold-out event with 220 community and business leaders in attendance to hear about the state of the region, learn about leading by your values, and honor the recipients of the Chamber’s signature awards:  E.C. Tatum Humanitarian Award, Business of the Year, and Chamber Ambassador of the Year.  Bermuda Run Mayor Mike Brannon welcomed attendees to Bermuda Run. Chamber Chairwoman Allison Carr opened the meeting on behalf of Chamber President Caroline Moser, who is on maternity leave, […]
March 27, 2024

Forging a Legacy: Fuller Welding is Investing in the Future

In 1972, Phil Fuller set out to start his own business, embarking on a lifelong journey in localmanufacturing. At just 19 years old, his determination and passion for welding helped him lay the foundation for what would become Fuller Welding and Fabricators, Inc. (Fuller Welding) in Mocksville. Today, over five decades later, Fuller Welding stands as a testament to his commitment to bothcraftsmanship and the community. “I went through the Forsyth Technical Community College welding program in 1971. I started this business because I was interested in the welding profession, and now, it’s turned into so much more than that.” […]