A Fun Day at the Daniel Boone Family Festival

Fun at Daniel Boone Festival

It was a fun day for everyone at the Daniel Boone Family Festival with vendors, music, historical tours and activities. The Daniel Boone festival is held the first Saturday in May in Mocksville, NC. Mocksville is in Davie County and home to many historical sites, such as the graveyard of Daniel Boone’s parents. Tours that were offered throughout the day included the gravesite as one of the stops.

As a vendor, I had the pleasure of sharing my children’s books Tired of My Bath, Tired of School and Tired of Being Different with not only children, but adults alike. I even had the pleasure of meeting US Congresswoman, Virginia Foxx, when she stopped to visit.  A friend of mine, Katrena Allison happened by at the same time with her three daughters and also met Congresswoman, Virginia Foxx.  After chatting for a while, Katrena took pictures of the occasion. I must say that was the highlight of my day.

Katrena writes a travel blog about activities and places to visit in NC that are not only entertaining, but also educational. If you are interested in checking out Katrena’s blog, you can find her at http://travelncwithkids.blogspot.com.



About Dicy McCullough

Dicy McCullough I am a retired music teacher who began writing poetry in 2006. Two years later, I started writing short stories and now write a human interest column for a local newspaper, the Salisbury Post, Salisbury, NC. The idea for my first children's book came about because I noticed children were always tired of something. Tired of My Bath and Tired of School are the first two books in the series. These stories have been a lot of fun to write. I would very much like to visit your school, church, or community to share them with you.
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