Although it didn’t feel like Christmas, holiday spirits were high as thousands lined the streets Saturday for one of Mocksville’s most beloved traditions, the Mocksville Hometown Christmas Parade.

The crowd waved and children scrambled for candy as the 78 participants, everything from walking groups, performers, single vehicles to full-blown floats, and of course, Santa Claus, traveled down Main and Depot Streets.

Mocksville Community Development Coordinator Tami Langdon appreciates all of the parade entrants and said that the points were very close for awarding top prizes. The winners of the 2021 Mocksville Hometown Christmas Parade are:


FIRST PLACE                               GARDEN VALLEY CIVIC ASSOC.            $75.00

SECOND PLACE                          SMART START                                            $50.00

THIRD PLACE                              GIRL SCOUT TROOP #2580                     $25.00


FIRST PLACE                                   COOLEEMEE REDSKINS                            $75.00

SECOND PLACE                              MOCKSVILLE RAMS                                    $50.00

THIRD PLACE                                  P4:13 BASEBALL                                           $25.00


Thanks to the Town of Mocksville for all of the hard work organizing and coordinating the Mocksville Christmas Parade.

Thank you to all of the volunteers and organizations that contributed time and talent, and thanks to all of the parents and kids who participated!

More Holiday Fun

Don’t miss the Advance Christmas Parade, Saturday, December 11th, and the Cooleemee Christmas Parade, Saturday, December 18th! While the best places to live in America have enough “community” to put on a well-attended parade,  Davie County has enough “community” to put on THREE  parades this Christmas – one in Mocksville, one in Advance, and one in Cooleemee!

The 2021 Advance Christmas Parade is on Saturday, December 11th, at 10 a.m. at Cornatzer Road & US Hwy 801. The Cooleemee Christmas Parade will be held on Saturday, December 18th, at 2 p.m. beginning at Cooleemee Elementary School, followed by pictures with Santa at the Zachary House.