Halloween Town: Mocksville will be buzzing Monday … as will all corners of Davie
Published 6:17 am Wednesday, October 26, 2022
By Jeanna Baxter White
Davie County Blog
Why limit the ghoulish good times to only one day? Davie County spooktacular Halloween activities for all ages continue through Monday, Oct. 31.
at Main Street Park
On Saturday, Oct. 29, a fall festival will be held at Mocksville’s Main Street Park from 5-8 p.m., sponsored by The Bridge Church, featuring music, games, candy, popcorn and cotton candy.
Southern Star Festival
Southern Star Farms off US 158 in the Smith Grove community will host a fall festival Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. with vendors, food trucks, pony rides, trunk or treat, a pumpkin patch, hayrides, free cruise in, an off-road rodeo and live music by Flat Blak Cadillac, Thomas Adam Kelley and Gage Parker.
at local churches
Many churches are hosting trunk or treats or other festivals this weekend, check the one in your neighborhood.
• On Saturday, Oct. 29, Cornerstone Christian Church, 1585 NC 801 N., Mocksville, will host its annual Yee Haw Festival from 5:30-7:30 p.m. with live music, chicken stew, corndogs, games, hayrides, a corn pit and candy. Costumes are welcome.
• Also on Saturday, Cooleemee First Baptist Church, 204 Marginal St., will host a trunk or treat and free chicken stew.
• It’s back – food, games, music, and of course, candy – at Calvary West’s Fallfest on Sunday, Oct. 30 from 4-6 p.m. at 136 Medical Drive, Advance. Visit calvarynow.com/fallfest.
• Among the trunk or treats on Monday will be New Union Methodist, Sheffield/County Line roads, frrom 5-7 p.m.
Holly Lane Haunt
The Holly Lane Haunt is back again to send chills down the spine. Victims … sorry, we mean guests, of all ages are welcome. The trail is at 206 Holly Lane in Mocksville and will be open from 6-10 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30, and Monday, Oct. 31.
There will be seven full scenes, special effects, more than 50 animatronics and life-size props and more than 20 “scarers.”
An inflatable trail for little monsters who can’t brave the dark forest will be set up.
The Holly Lane Haunt is free, run by volunteers, funded by a local group of family and friends in the community for the community. Donations will be accepted to help offset running and improvement costs. Donations are not required to visit the trail.
for Senior Adults
Adults 55 and older are invited to the Davie County Senior Center for a Halloween party on Monday, Oct. 31 at 2 p.m. There will be a costume contest and games along with refreshments. Halloween Bingo is Friday, Oct. 29 at 1 p.m.The Senior Center is at 278 Meroney St., Mocksville.
Center VFD treats
Trick or treat at the Center Volunteer Fire Dept., 2265 US 64 W., Mokcsville, from 6-8 p.m.
Downtown Mocksville merchants will offer candy, prizes, and activities on Oct. 31 throughout the afternoon and early evening.
The Station in Downtown Mocksville will be rocking from 4-9 p.m. featuring a Minion Block Party with Minion characters and kid-friendly music from 4-6. Los Gordos Bistro food truck will be onsite serving up lobster rolls.
Eric & K’s BBQ, Jason’s Italian Ice, and Snickety Snacks food trucks will be downtown dishing up food, and Barry Rentz and the Mobile Jukebox will be spinning the best in spooky tunes.
North Main Street
Wind your way down North Main Street in Mocksville from 5:30-9 p.m. for more fiendish fun. Many homes will be dressed for Halloween as cemeteries, ghosts and goblins, witches brew, and more line their paths. Expect bands, DJs, special events, and of course, candy along the way.
“We are excited to celebrate Halloween on Main Street again this year,” said Chuck Taylor, who is organizing the residential effort. “This celebration has become an annual tradition and a wonderful experience for kids. Last year, we estimated that over 5,000 people came downtown and enjoyed the experience.There were so many people that many residents ran out of candy.”
Taylor is grateful to Mocksville Tourism Development Authority (MTDA) and Davie County Tourism for providing a grant to support this year’s event.
“If you want to come downtown, we welcome you. Please park your vehicle downtown or in the parking lots on side streets. Once the roads are closed, no one (even local residents) will be able to gain access. Our primary focus is to provide a safe place for kids and their families to enjoy Halloween.”
North Main Street will be closed from Gaither Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Road from 6-10 p.m. There will be no access to North Main from side streets.
Jason Michael Carroll will play a concert beginning at 6 p.m. from one of the residences. Bring a chair for seating.
The “Rings” of Brock
Davie County Recreation and Parks will present the next chapter of its Halloween Spooktacular, The “Rings” of Brock, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Brock Recreation Center on North Main Street, Mocksville.
The DCRP Team needs help in putting them to rest before it’s too late. Come prepared to search for clues as you explore the ins and outs of what lurks in the corners of little Brock’s labyrinth on Halloween Night.
Will you find your way out of little Brock’s Labyrinth?
Tickets are $1/per child and $2/per adult. Tickets are cash only.
Trick or Treat
The Town of Cooleemee will give out candy on Halloween evening, Monday, Oc. 31, starting at 5 p.m. at the Zachary House at 131 Church St.
If interested in participating in this event, call now to reserve a spot in the Zachary House parking lot at 131 Church St.. Contact Aaron Thies at town hall at (336) 284-2141 or email@example.com.
BR Country Club Boo Bash Trunk or Treat
The Bermuda Run Country Club invites the community to its Boo Bash Trunk or Treat on Halloween from 5-8 p.m. Wear your favorite costume and travel around the East Parking Lot for a night of Halloween fun – watch out for a few special character meet and greets along the way.
A bar and Halloween-themed food will be available for purchase.
If you would like to host a trunk, contact Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org.