Start with our costumed local merchants for your trick or treating…maybe grab a bite to eat or an ice cream cone. Halloween music will begin at 5 p.m to add to the fun.
Then “crawl” along toward North Main Street’s residential section and be prepared to be ENTERTAINED. There will be festive decorations, plenty of candy, and live music provided by the residents.
And don’t forget the Davie County Recreation & Park’s Little Brock of Horrors Trail of Terror II from 5- 9 p.m.
Take a spooktacular adventure through the Brock Recreation Center as the rooms you encounter will create definite shrills and thrills. Follow the “Little Brock of Horrors” storyline with each room providing you clues to solve the mystery. Beware of the shadows lurking around the corners and in the doorways along your way. Question is, are you and your team able to solve the mystery before time runs out? We shall be waiting…..Tick-Tock-Tick-Tock.
To soothe your spooky appetite, we will have food vendors on site with some wicked treats for purchase.
Fee: $2 to enter (cash only please)
Food Vendors: Your cost
Age: Any (Age discretion advised)
No Mocksville Farmers Market This Wednesday; Fall Harvest Day Market November 7th
There will be no Mocksville Farmers Market this Wednesday, October 31st. Instead, enjoy Halloween with your favorite little goblins and ghouls.
The Mocksville Farmers Market will celebrate its final market of the year on November 7th with a special Fall Harvest Day.
There will be free samples and holiday recipes to help you kick off the season.
Raffle tickets will be on sale for $1 each for a basket of holiday goodies compliments of local crafters and downtown Mocksville merchants. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit Family Promise of Davie County.
For more information, contact Tami Langdon at 336.753.6705 or email@example.com.