September 8, 2021

Downtown Mocksville’s Distinctive Art Delights Residents and Visitors Alike

Although many would say they enjoy reflecting on pieces of artwork, few people find themselves at an art exhibition or gallery to do so. Luckily, in Downtown Mocksville, the artwork makes its way to you. Murals and art around town evoke thoughts and feelings of home for those who take the time to give them more than just a glance passing by.  The Running of the Horses If you’ve ever taken a drive down E. Depot Street, or a walk down Main, it is impossible to miss “The Running Of The Horses,” a historic piece with a bright color palette. […]
September 6, 2021

CBC Is the Place to Be… For Kids on 9/11!

Bluegrass Festival Holds Special Activities, Honors First Responders “CBC is the place to be, especially on 9/11,” says CBC Bluegrass Festival Chairman Greg Brewer of Wilkesboro. “Our annual festival is falling on that special day this year and we want to help make it a good one for our kids.”   The twentieth anniversary of 9/11 will be remembered at the 9th annual Carolina Bible Camp Bluegrass Festival in Mocksville, NC on Saturday, September 11.   All active-duty U. S. military, law enforcement officers, firefighters and EMTs will receive free admission to the festival by presenting appropriate ID at the […]
August 25, 2021
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Davie County 4-H and Cognition Davie to Offer Life Skills Workshop Series

We’ve all been there. We wish that we had a better hold of our finances. We wish we knew how to change the oil in our car. We wish we knew how to meal plan for the week and stick with it. Let’s face it, adulting is hard, especially for young people just starting out.  “Many of the young adults in our community are lacking the knowledge of basic life skills,” said Danny Lough, Davie County 4-H extension agent, as he shared the following statistics. According to a study by FINRA Investor Education Foundation, 60% of adults in the US […]
August 19, 2021

Free Saturday Night Movie in the Park – Abominable

Bring your family & friends to Downtown Mocksville for a free outdoor showing of Abominable  on Saturday, August 21st. The movie will begin at 8:30 p.m. at Main Street Park.   After discovering a Yeti on the roof of her apartment building, teenage Yi and her two friends embark on an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family. But to do so, they must stay one step ahead of a wealthy financier and a determined zoologist who want to capture the beast for their own gain. PG — 97 minutes. Abominable is the final movie that the Town […]
August 14, 2021

The Carolina Bible Camp Bluegrass Festival is Back September 11!

The best in live bluegrass is back at Carolina Bible Camp & Retreat Center! The 9th Annual Carolina Bible Camp Bluegrass Festival lineup will include the high energy of Scythian, 2019 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Entertainer of the Year winners Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers, Liam Purcell & Cane Mill Road, His & Hers, and BackPorch Bluegrass. Always held the second Saturday in September, the family-friendly festival falls on September 11, 2021. This is the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America. In honor of their service, all active-duty U. S. military personnel and first responders will […]
July 29, 2021

The Great Bullhole Duck Race is back for 2021 on Saturday, August 14th!

Over 1000 yellow rubber duckies will be swimming towards the finish line as the Duck Race returns this year at Cooleemee’s River Park. This local event is full of fun, and some lucky winners will take home cash prizes for having the fastest duck of them all. “It’s like a coming out party this year!” said Addison Davis, president of the park’s board of directors. “The Duck Race provides an opportunity for the community to enjoy a family-friendly park experience while supporting RiverPark. We’re looking forward to a really fun day!”   The race will be held on August 14th, from […]
July 12, 2021

Davie County Arts Council Presents the 2021-22 Season of Applause

The Davie County Arts Council will soon be presenting its annual Season of Applause concert series! From iconic interpretations, classical piano, and vocal tributes, these are some of the finest musical showcasings to date, and you won’t want to miss out on these captivating performances. The best way to enjoy them all is to purchase a 2020-2021 season pass for the concert series. Season pass holders are guaranteed the same seats for all six performances and save money off the individual ticket price. Season passes are $222.00 plus tax and can only be purchased at the box office or over […]
June 25, 2021

A Fantastic Fourth: Independence Day Events in Davie County

Independence Day is just around the corner, and events for the whole family will be held across the entire county in celebration! Come out with family and friends to one, or many, of these exciting events! Mocksville Kid’s Pedal Parade  The Kid’s Pedal Parade is an opportunity for children to join in on the fun as they lead the annual Piedmont Antique Power Association Tractor Parade through Downtown Mocksville! No pre-registration is required and this event is free! When: Saturday, July 3rd Decorating for the children’s Pedal Parade begins at 9:30 a.m.  Pedal Parade send-off from the library parking lot […]
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 […]