June 10, 2021

FREE Concert on the Mocksville Square Saturday, June 12 – The Usual Suspects

The wait is over! The Usual Suspects come to Downtown Mocksville LIVE this Saturday, June 12th from 7-10 p.m. on the square near Restaurant 101.  Experience a fresh blend of soul, blues, and rock to kick off the series of exciting concerts this summer. The Usual Suspects were established in Winston-Salem and are ready to rock Mocksville; click here to take a listen! Tami Langdon, the Community Development Coordinator for the Town of Mocksville, has spoken with us about her excitement to bring back concerts on the square this summer, “We are ready to ‘kick in’ outdoor concerts and enjoy […]
June 8, 2021

You’re Invited to Visit COGNITION

By Jeanna Baxter White COGNITION of Davie invites you to come play, learn, and grow as it kicks off its modified reopening on Wednesday, June 9th by partnering with Davie County Recreation and Parks for their free Mobile Rec Day from 10 a.m. – noon.  A wealth of exciting special opportunities are also beginning including Camp Cognition Cardboard Engineering, Free Fridays, farm-to-table cooking activities, and Adulting 101 classes.   COGNITION is a community-driven, interactive space that promotes exploration, learning, and innovation with the goal of investing in current and future generations, explained Cammie Webb, chair of Cognition’s board of directors. “We […]
May 25, 2021

Free Outdoor Concert and Movie this weekend at Davie County Community Park

Get ready for a jam-packed summer right here in Davie! From outdoor concerts to family-friendly movies to the first food truck rodeo, Davie County Recreation & Parks has a summer full of activities to help you and your family celebrate summer together at the Davie County Community Park!  “Although we are all navigating life’s many changes to keep everyone safe, we want to also remind people you can still find ways to celebrate this new season with fresh air and quality family time,” said Whitney Fitzsimons, marketing and events coordinator for Davie County Recreation and Parks. “We have had a […]
May 17, 2021

WinMock Hosts 10th Anniversary Event and Celebrates Being Back to Business

BERMUDA RUN, N.C.— WinMock at Kinderton is hosting a free community celebration on Saturday, June 5th from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. in celebration of its 10-year anniversary and the community being back to business. This event will feature food, beverages, music, games, face painting, specialty vendors, local non-profits, free Wi-Fi courtesy of Yadtel and WinMock tours. Hosted by the Davie County Chamber of Commerce along with WinMock at Kinderton, the entire community is invited to celebrate this milestone.  After over a year of being apart due to Covid-19, this will be a true celebration. “We are excited to celebrate […]
May 2, 2021

Classic Car Cruise-In Monday Night in Downtown Mocksville!

Mocksville “Cruise-In’s” are back! Make plans to visit beautiful downtown Mocksville this Monday, May 3rd from 5:3-8  p.m. for a classic car “Cruise-In” presented by the D.C. Cruisers Car Club.  On the first Monday evening of the month, April through October, the town square is transformed into a colorful, busy symphony of sight and sounds. Classic cars and unique vehicles of all makes and models line Main Street for your viewing pleasure as enthusiasts come together to share their love of cars with others and to answer questions about cars, the town of Mocksville, and the cruise-ins. Food will be […]
April 29, 2021

Eat fresh and Shop Local: Davie County Farmers Markets Are Open!

Ready to eat fresh and shop local? Farmers Markets are a great source for local produce, meat, eggs, honey, and much more! This year, Davie County has three farmers markets that will be open from Spring to Fall.  Bermuda Run Farmers Market Open Fridays from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. The Bermuda Run Farmers Market opened on Friday, April 23rd, and will run through October 29th. The market is held on Fridays from 3:30- 6:30 p.m. at 190 NC Hwy 801 S. in Bermuda Run.   In addition to produce, the Bermuda Run Farmers Market offers a variety of specialty items such […]
April 23, 2021

Mebane Foundation and Local Businesses Come Through For Davie Youth and 4-H Programs

When Mebane Foundation President Larry Colbourne saw a plea in the Enterprise for sponsors for Davie County’s 4-H summer camps he immediately asked himself, “What would Allen (Mebane) do?” — then he wrote a check.  “Allen read the paper every morning and I remember vividly how he’d call me into his office and tell me to take a look at a story he’d just read, articles similar to the 4-H one. He’d say, ‘I think they can use our help, what do you think?’  I knew all along we were going to help the organization, but he did that so […]
April 19, 2021

Yadtel Receives $1.9 Grant to Expand Broadband In Davie County

Yadkin Valley Telephone Membership Corp. has received a $1.9 million CARES Act Recovery Assistance Grant from the U.S Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration to expand broadband access in Davie County.  Matched with $485,729 in local investment, Yadtel will use the funds to construct 111.5 miles of fiber optic cable in six areas of Davie County that lack access to high-speed internet. When complete, this construction will pass 2,168 Davie County businesses and residences.  Reliable High-speed Internet Access is Vital “The Economic Development Administration … is pleased to support this local-led strategy to provide Davie County businesses with the fiber-optic […]
April 17, 2021

Greetings from Mocksville, NC

Visitors heading into Historic Downtown Mocksville on Gaither Street are receiving a brightly-colored welcome. A new mural reminiscent of the postcards of the 1960s -70s offering “Greetings from Mocksville, NC” gleams from the back of The Station General Store & Taproom at 185 North Main. Commissioned by Bryan and Suzanne Lakey, owners of The Station, which opened in June 2020, the 96 sq ft mural is the second to grace downtown Mocksville in the last six months.  The inspiration for the mural came from an old postcard that Suzanne’s mom, Kathy Miller, found in the Davie County Public Library’s online […]