Communities plan Christmas events

Published 9:00 am Thursday, November 30, 2017


WinterFest will be Saturday afternoon at Junker’s Mill in Downtown Mocksville. From noon-5 p.m., the day will include inflatables, and the dual lane Patriot Slide with a 22-foot drop, hayrides after 1 p.m., small pony rides and ice painting sculptures.

The Davie Public Library will host the progressive storybook, “The Snowy Day.” Children will start at Sadie’s Boutique, 185 N. Main St., read a page in various merchant windows before ending at Junker’s Mill, where they will receive goodies, including coloring books and Crayons, and a few books to be given away.

Participants are asked to bring canned goods to be donated to A Storehouse for Jesus.


Cooleemee’s Christmas celebration will be Sunday, Dec. 3 at 4 p.m. at the Zachary House. The evening will include plenty of homemade cakes and cookies, coffee, cocoa, a visit from Santa, reading of the Christmas Story, music and sing-a-longs, door prizes and trimming of the town tree.


Enjoy a little “Jingle Mingle” Sunday for the Advance Community Tree Lighting at 5:30 p.m. Residents will gather at the tree beside the fire department on NC 801. There will be plenty of cookies, cocoa and the singing of Christmas carols as the tree is lit. The free event will also include music from the Davie County Early College High School Chorus.


The Farmington Community & Events Center will host “Christmas in Farmington” from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2.

The center is at 1723 Farmington Road, Mocksville.

There will be a Christmas shop with vendors and craftspeople selling their items, as well as music from local groups and artists.

Lunch will be available.