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Eat Fresh and Shop Local: Mocksville Farmer’s Market Opens May 4th

2022-04-29T11:28:29-04:00

Get ready to tickle your taste buds! The Mocksville Farmer’s Market will open on Wednesday, May 4th, and end on October 26th with a Harvest Table to celebrate the fall and winter holidays. Great New Location! Please note the new location:  278 N. Main Street (parking lot next to Main Street Park.)  The hours are from 3 – 6 p.m. The May 4th market will also feature a plant sale by the Mocksville Garden Club! Handcrafted & Homegrown The Mocksville Farmers Market is proud to provide a community market for consumers, farmers, and artisans to buy and sell local fruits, vegetables, [...]

Eat Fresh and Shop Local: Mocksville Farmer’s Market Opens May 4th2022-04-29T11:28:29-04:00

Mocksville to Hold Arbor Day Celebration on April 29th

2022-04-12T15:21:30-04:00

The Town of Mocksville will hold its annual Arbor Day Celebration on Friday, April 29th, at 10 a.m. at Rich Park – Shelter 2, 352 Park Drive, Mocksville. Arbor Day—which literally translates to “tree” day from the Latin origin of the word arbor— celebrates the planting, upkeep, and preservation of trees. For centuries, communities spanning the globe have found various ways to honor nature and the environment. You are invited to join us for a live tree planting and recognition of the Town for achieving its 29th year as part of Tree City USA! Celebrating 29 Years of Tree City USA [...]

Mocksville to Hold Arbor Day Celebration on April 29th2022-04-12T15:21:30-04:00

Share your ideas for a new walking and biking connection from South Davie Middle School to Davie County Community Park

2022-04-11T13:25:02-04:00

By Jeanna Baxter White   Bikeable and walkable communities bring new business and economic life to cities, towns, and communities. Recognizing the potential, Davie County is planning a new walking and biking connection from South Davie Middle School to Davie County Community Park and they want your input. “This is an exciting first step towards future green development between all of our municipalities and the county,” said Paul Moore, director of Davie County Recreation and Parks, envisioning a series of trails that could one day crisscross and connect all parts of the county. “A pedestrian walkway connecting Mocksville to the new [...]

Share your ideas for a new walking and biking connection from South Davie Middle School to Davie County Community Park2022-04-11T13:25:02-04:00
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