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Christmas is Coming to Mocksville! Get Ready Now for These Fun-Filled Activities!


Christmas is fast approaching, and the Town of Mocksville has lots of fabulous activities guaranteed to make your holiday a little more merry and bright!  Mocksville’s Hometown Christmas Parade - December 3  Mocksville’s Hometown Christmas Parade is an annual holiday tradition that has delighted young and old for decades. This year’s theme is “Rocking Around the Christmas Tree.”  The parade will feature everything from walking groups, performers, horseback riders, and single vehicles to full-blown floats, candy for the kids, and of course, Santa Claus. A list of participants and their locations can be found HERE. The parade will depart from Rich [...]

Christmas is Coming to Mocksville! Get Ready Now for These Fun-Filled Activities!2022-11-29T15:13:09-05:00

Racing into the Holiday Season at the Mocksville Bed Races!


The Town of Mocksville raced into the Christmas season on November 18th with the 10th Annual “Twas the Night Before” Bed Race as 16 teams made a mad dash down Main Street.  The mood was festive as hundreds lined the street in eager anticipation. Race announcer Justin Blue kept the crowd cheering and in the holiday spirit with tricycle races, rock/paper/scissors contests, and partner wheelbarrow races. Throughout the evening, DJ Barry Rentz had folks dancing in the streets. “Once again, another terrific night for Mocksville! There were lots of creative beds and several new faces!” said Tami Langdon, community development coordinator. [...]

Racing into the Holiday Season at the Mocksville Bed Races!2022-11-28T13:43:54-05:00

Help “Flag” the Tree of Honor and Support Davie County Veterans


A “Tribute Tree” to honor and/or remember those who serve or have served to protect our freedom will be located at Mocksville’s Main Street Park and will be on display throughout the 2022 holiday season. The Goal is to Fill the Entire Tree With Flags! For each $1 contribution, a United States flag will be placed on the tree to represent a designated service person. The contributions will be presented to the Davie County Hero’s Fund for local veteran services. How to Honor/Remember a Service Member Make your $1 tax-deductible contribution payable to Historic Davie. Hard copy forms are available at [...]

Help “Flag” the Tree of Honor and Support Davie County Veterans2022-11-18T09:37:44-05:00

Bed Races This Friday ~ Whacky, Whimsical, and Outrageous Fun!


Historic Downtown Mocksville will race into the Christmas season this Friday night, November 18th, as whacky, whimsical, and outrageous teams from local businesses and non-profits participate in the 10th annual “Twas the Night Before” Bed Race. (Rain date November 19th) The festivities will begin with the lighting of the downtown businesses at dusk, followed by the Parade of Beds at 6 p.m. and the first race at 6:30 p.m. $700 in Cash Prizes at Stake! Presented by the Mocksville Tourism Authority and sponsored by Liberty Storage Solutions, the annual “Twas The Night Before Bed Race” has become one of Mocksville’s most [...]

Bed Races This Friday ~ Whacky, Whimsical, and Outrageous Fun!2022-11-16T17:23:08-05:00

Emergency Alerts – Enroll in Hyper-Reach


October 14, 2022 Subject: Emergency Alerts – Enroll in Hyper-Reach Dear Town of Mocksville Water-Sewer customer, We recently had to issue a Boil Water Notice and many customers did not receive the information. The Town wants to keep our customers informed so we have partnered with Davie County to provide the Hyper-Reach notification system. It is very important that you understand how the system works so you will get emergency alerts using the method most likely to reach you. There is a flyer attached to this letter that explains how to enroll. (download a copy below) If you enrolled in Hyper-Reach [...]

Emergency Alerts – Enroll in Hyper-Reach2022-10-19T10:46:18-04:00

Mocksville’s Community Development Requires Energy and Creativity


(L to R) Tami Langdon and Susan Lewis make up Mocksville’s Community Development Department. It’s 7:30 a.m., and Tami Langdon is on her way to Town Hall. But first, she will drive up and down Mocksville’s side streets and North and South Main Street to ensure nothing is broken or in need of repair. “It’s important that everything looks good and everybody is ok,” explains Langdon, Mocksville’s Community Development Coordinator. Once she reaches the office, she reviews her day’s schedule, knowing it will likely change. “You are pretty good for the first hour but then life changes,” she says [...]

Mocksville’s Community Development Requires Energy and Creativity2022-10-07T15:01:32-04:00

Have a Ghoulish Good Time: Celebrate Halloween in Downtown Mocksville


Photo credit: Jessica White Prepare for a ghoulishly good time! Make plans now to grab your favorite ghouls and goblins and celebrate Halloween in Downtown Mocksville. Fall Festival at Main Street Park on Saturday, October 29 The festivities will kick off on Saturday, October 29th, with a fall festival at Main Street Park from 5-8 p.m. Sponsored by The Bridge Church, this fun, family event will feature music, games, candy, popcorn, and cotton candy. Holly Lane Haunt on October 30 & 31 The Holly Lane Haunt is back again to send chills down your spine. Victims… sorry, [...]

Have a Ghoulish Good Time: Celebrate Halloween in Downtown Mocksville2022-10-17T13:21:35-04:00

Free Family Event! Oaks Festival ~Saturday, October 8th, 10-7:30 ~ Downtown Mocksville


Enjoy a full day of free fun for the entire family during the annual Oaks Festival in Downtown Mocksville on Saturday, October 8th, beginning at 10 a.m. with music continuing until  7:30 p.m.  There will be something for everyone: handcrafted goods, art, food vendors, lots of free kids’ activities, and live concerts all day. Crafts, food, and the kids’ area will be set up along Main Street and run down West Depot Street leading to the entertainment area and outdoor stage. Crafts, Christmas Specialties, and Unique Items for Sale Start your Christmas shopping early, or buy a little something special for [...]

Free Family Event! Oaks Festival ~Saturday, October 8th, 10-7:30 ~ Downtown Mocksville2022-09-29T11:01:19-04:00

Mocksville Approves New Strategic Plan


The Mocksville Town Board has approved a new strategic plan, which will guide the town’s decision-making for the next three to five years. This was adopted along with new mission, vision, and values statements. Mocksville Town Manager, Ken Gamble, noted that developing this framework has been over a year in the making. “It was a combination of working with the board, working with the department heads, and also looking at what was developed when we went through the comprehensive planning process back in 2019 because there was significant public involvement in that process that we wanted to leverage.” “So, why is [...]

Mocksville Approves New Strategic Plan2022-09-13T15:44:32-04:00
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