Mount Airy Downtown, Inc. brings you the first EVER Mayberry Food Truck Fest is coming to Downtown Mount Airy on Sunday, March 26th, 2017 from 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Food trucks, food vendors, craft beer vendors and music will be the perfect way to celebrate the beginning of the spring season! The event will be open and FREE to the public. Come enjoy all kinds of great foods, drinks, and more at the Mayberry Food Truck Fest. Check out more information on the event page:
Historic Downtown Mount Airy resides at the doorstep of the Blue Ridge Mountains where our urban living is enhanced by arts, entertainment, local wine, and our Traditional Music roots. Fostering a diverse variety of small businesses flavored with authentic dining experiences, Mount Airy is a true Southern Town with all the
charm of Mayberry.
Calling all Musicians! While it's still warm enough to gather in the evenings, we invite all musicians to come out on Tuesday, October 25th, 8:00 p.m. to Jam in Canteen Alley together. Want to jam all night? A Bluegrass Jam starts at Nana's Kitchen on Main at 6:00 p.m. The Night Jam will immediately follow this one. #CanteenAlley
We are so excited about the Whittling Wall Project! Mount Airy Downtown, Inc. is partnering with the City of Mount Airy to enhance the retaining wall on West Oak Street with brick sculptures of Mount Airy icons. We began discussing this idea two years ago, and it is finally going to happen. The wall will include sculptures of Tommy Jarrell playing fiddle, Fred Cockerham playing banjo, Ralph Epperson with a WPAQ mic, Donna Fargo playing guitar, Floyd "Flip" Rees looking to the Spencer's/Renfro Lofts, a mill worker holding a spool, and a whittler. These figures pay tribute to Mount Airy music, workers, and visionaries. The wall will include planters with beautiful landscaping and space to sit beside of the life-size sculptures. Brad Spencer is the very talented sculptor who will be bringing this project to life. The wall will be done by January 2017, and the sculptures will be added one at a time from January 2017 - August 2017 when the project is scheduled to be complete. This project is made possible from a Downtown Revitalization grant from Rural Economic Development Division of the North Carolina Department of Commerce.