49th Annual Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion

Featuring: EarthMaster Tractors

July 2nd – July 6th, 2019

The LARGEST Antique Tractor and Engine Show in the Southeastern US!

Home of the Handy Dandy Railroad!



Join us for a week of family-friendly fun and entertainment! See thousands of antique tractors, engines, and cars on display! Watch live farming and antique machinery demonstrations! Visit the Heritage Craft Barn for live artistry demonstrations, and shop our NEW Handy Dandy Gift Shop for handmade crafts and gifts! Take a ride on the Handy Dandy Railroad through the park, or get a view from above while taking a helicopter ride! Hundreds of vendors, Southern cooking, and camping available on site!

Special Events Daily Including:

  • Musical Performances by David Ball, Sweet Tea Trio, 11th Hour, and more!
  • Tractor pulls, lawnmower pulls, and horse pulls
  • Tractor parades
  • Child’s Pedal Pull
  • Live Auctions
  • Train and Helicopter Rides
  • Petting Zoo and Pony Rides
  • Southeast Old Threshers Queen Pageant
  • Fireworks July 6th!


Daily Adult- $15.00

Daily Children Under 12- $6.00

Daily Children Under 5- FREE

Adult 5-Day Advanced Ticket- $70.00

Child 5-Day Advanced Ticket- $30.00

Camping Rates:

*All Reservations Must be Made for at Least 5 nights (event’s duration)*

30 amp site (includes water hookup)- $200.00 (five nights) any additional nights are $40/per night

50 amp site (includes water hookup)- $225.00 (five nights) any additional nights are $45/per night

Primitive Camping (no electric or water hookups)- $15/per night

Call Today to Book Your Reservations! (336) 859-2755

Furniture Mattress Warehouse is coming to Davie County and will celebrate its grand opening in the Eastgate Shopping Center in Mocksville on Friday, March 16th.

The store, located next to Peebles, will feature 18,000 square feet of furniture including dining room sets, bedroom sets, leather and upholstered couches and chairs, mattresses, and more.

Brent Smith, who also owns a Furniture Mattress Warehouse in Clemmons, promises beautiful furniture at amazing prices. His inventory includes market samples, special buys, and furniture lines that have been available to him as a sales representative in the industry for the past 25 years.

“A lot of companies I’ve worked with over the years would rather sell to me than go to another retailer to sell their products,” Smith said. Those connections have allowed him to amass enough quality furniture to maintain inventories he estimates will vary by at least ninety percent between the two stores.

He anticipates the Mocksville store to have as many as 30 different queen-sized mattress sets on display as well as an enormous selection of dining room furniture much of which is solid wood.

Smith was born into the furniture business. His grandfather, Johnnie Smith, and parents, JT Smith Jr. and Martha Smith, owned a retail furniture store and re-upholstery shop in the Sheffield community of Davie County.

By age 12 he was pricing re-upholstery jobs for customers, and he made his first large solo retail sale at 13. “I still remember selling a sofa, chair, coffee table, two end tables, and two lamps for $750,” Smith said with a smile.

Brent Smith – Furniture Mattress Warehouse

Smith went on to spend six years at Haverty’s in Charlotte and then seven at Serta selling mattresses before becoming a sales representative for several furniture manufacturers. In 2008, he began importing leather furniture on his own, which evolved into owning a small retail store in the old Hendricks Furniture building in Mocksville. After 3 ½ years in business, he closed that store in 2012 to open a larger store in Clemmons.

Now, although he is already “burning the candle at both ends” working full-time as a sales representative selling furniture and mattresses to retail stores across North and South Carolina and owning a retail store, Smith felt the time was right to open a second store in Mocksville.

“I had wanted to do a second store for a long time because I already had the inventory to do a second store,” Smith said. His previous experience in Mocksville and the fact that he lives in Advance made it a natural location for the new store.

He was pleased to find the perfect location in the Eastgate Shopping Center. “I thought this spot was part of Peebles,” he said. “When I went inside and saw the square footage, I was amazed, and the loading dock out back made it perfect.”

Since Smith already has a full-time job, the store will be managed by AJ Carter, who is also from Davie County.

Like his family’s store years ago, Furniture Mattress Warehouse is also a family enterprise. His daughter Rachel (19), started working at the Clemmons store on weekends when she was fifteen. Now that she is at East Carolina, Brooke (17), a student at Davie High, has taken her sister’s place. Smith’s wife, Gina, is a 5th-grade teacher at Shady Grove.

Furniture Mattress Warehouse is located 1069 Yadkinville Rd., Suite 101 and will be open Tuesday- Saturday from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.





Lisa Smith and Jr Dunn
of the Country Grass Show Saturdays 12:00 -2:00PM


Steve Boger

Host of Weekend in the Country

Every Saturday 2:00-5:00 PM

Sundays 9:00-12:00PM