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715 Sullivan Road, Statesville, NC, US, 28677-3439

  • Phone: (704) 878-2721
  • Fax: (704) 873-6694
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  • Practical Information

    »Iredell County Parks & Recreation

    Iredell County Parks & Rec. serve the recreational and leisure needs of the citizens of Iredell County. Offering organized sports teams for children and adults. Adult teams include soccer, basketball and volleyball. Youth athletics include soccer, T-ball, baseball and softball.

    200 South Center Street
    Statesville, North Carolina 28677

    »Statesville Civic Center

    The city-owned Statesville Civic Center is a flexible venue, comprising a 12,000 square feet (1115 square meters) hall to take care of events of any scale. This hall can be hired as a whole facility or can be divided into eight seperate meeting rooms to accommodate smaller events. These rooms are equipped with office furnitures, dance floor, podium, LCD projector and projection screens, thus making it ideal for conferences as well as parties. Situated in the historic downtown of Statesville, the center is a perfect place to host an event. Call or visit the website to know more.

    300 South Center Street
    Statesville, NC 28677

    »Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery and Manse

    The Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery, and Manse is located at Mill Bridge, North Carolina. This historic church was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

    220 White Road
    Salisbury, NC 28147

    »Centre Presbyterian Church, Session House and Cemeteries

    Centre Presbyterian Church, Session House and Cemeteries is a historic complex dedicated to building faith, hope and love abiding by the scriptures. The church building was first constructed in 1765, but it got destroyed by fire due to a twist of fate. The church building was reconstructed in 1854. The cemetery of the church has gravestones that date back to the 18th Century. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

    129 Centre Church Road
    Mooresville, NC 28117

    »Historic Downtown Mocksville

    Historic Downtown Mocksville has the privilege of being on the National Register for Historic Places. This historic city was once referred to as Mocks Old Town until it was finally incorporated as Mocksville in 1839 as the seat of North Carolina's Davies County. The downtown area possesses buildings with a distinctive architecture and stunning facades. Revitalization projects have ensured that the area is tourist-friendly and convenient without compromising on its old-world charm.

    Off South Main Street
    Mocksville, NC 27028
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