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!

Tickets:

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

Mocksville Police Department are connecting with the community in more positive ways these days.

On the first Wednesday of every month, officers will be at The Factory Coffeehouse on Main Street in downtown for Coffee with a Cop from 10-11:30 p.m. Residents are invited to drop by to talk over a cup of coffee. Sometimes, officers from other jurisdictions are there, too.

There’s Sarge Butters, a rescue cat that lives at the department and has become the face of the department’s Facebook page. Like Sarge Butters on Facebook, and keep up with the department.

And there’s the new citizens police academy, a program that gives town residents a more detailed look into the jobs officers do every day. The first class just graduated, and another is being planned for the spring. Contact the department to sign up or to get more details.

“The police department is doing a lot of things to connect with the community,” said Mayor Will Marklin.

Assistant Police Chief Pat Reagan told town board members last month it is an effort to become more transparent, to develop a rapport with members of the community.

Major Koula Black and Capt. Jeff Finney were instrumental in getting the academy started. “It’s really important to have interaction between citizens and the police department,” Reagan said.

Marklin is one of the first graduates of the academy. “Kudos for what you’ve done,” he said. “I was surprised at the things you do that I wasn’t aware of. It was very eye opening. The more citizens we have participate, the better off we’ll be.”

 
 
 

 

 


 
 
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