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807, 2024

EnVision Takes the Stage in Downtown Mocksville on July 20, 2024

EnVision will perform in Downtown Mocksville on Saturday, July 20, 2024, from 7 to 10 p.m. Expect an electrifying show with high-energy choreography, tight musicianship, and powerful vocals. Due to the overwhelming response, the Town of Mocksville is relocating the concert from the square in front of Restaurant 101 to the lawn of the old Energy United Administration Building at 317 Sanford Avenue. Founded in 1997 by vocalist Michael Thomas, EnVision also features four vibrant female vocalists: Sylvania Wilder, Michelle Scales, Iris Daye, and Charlene Legette.  Their silky-smooth harmonies and powerhouse vocals promise a high-energy evening of fun you won’t [...]

1406, 2024

Downtown Mocksville Expansion

The Town recently acquired 5.08 acres of properties owned by Energy United for $1,985,000 after lengthy negotiations. The property extends north from Sanford Avenue along S. Salisbury Street and ends behind Cognition. It does not include the Chamber, Davie Community Foundation, or Cognition buildings. It does include the Energy United Education Center (3102 sqft) and the old Energy United business office (4833 sqft), along with the former sites of Junker’s Mill and the cotton gin. The Town secured a grant that covers the entire purchase price for the property along with additional funds to remodel the Education Center, which will [...]

1306, 2024

Summer 2024 in Mocksville

This is certainly not a summer for being bored in Mocksville. There are so many things going on over the next few months that you would have to work hard to have a moment of boredom. The Davie Community Park kicked off their concert series last Saturday with Diamond Rio. Thenumber of cars in the parking lot reminded me of the football playoff games Davie hosted several years back. For those who didn’t want to attend the large concert, there were two options downtown: live music on the square and at The Station. The weather was beautiful, and all the [...]

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