It’s S’Morrisville, Not Morrisville, on Friday

National S’mores Day (yum!) is Thursday, and one of our Triangle towns is taking its celebration of the sweet treat to another level. Not only will the town host a food truck rally and outdoor movie night this Friday, but it will also change its name from Morrisville to S’Morrisville.

Though it will only “stick” for one day, the name change is official and certainly the cookie’s crumble to town officials. Morrisville (soon-to-be S’Morrisville) Mayor Mark Stohlman said, “We’re building community spirit one sweet tooth at a time. Changing the name of the town for one day is fun; I encourage everyone to refer to the town as S’Morrisville this Friday!”

The town’s campfire-inspired evening event is free to the public and will include cookout themed food trucks, a showing of the Scooby Doo Camp Scare movie, fire safety information from the local fire department, and s’mores for all, of course.

Residents and visitors of all ages are welcomed to attend with hungry tummies and low-slung chairs and blankets in tow.

National S’mores Day in S’Morrisville 

Friday, August 11

S’Morrisville Community Park at 1520 Morrisville Parkway

Campfire inspired community event, free to the public

– Food truck fun and outdoor fire safety information beginning at 6 p.m.
– Scooby Doo Camp Scare movie showing starting promptly at 8:30 p.m.

More About Morrisville

Named the best place to live in the state and the fifth-best in the nation by Niche, Morrisville is an emerging town on the border of the Research Triangle Park tech and life sciences hub.

Known to be among the safest places to live in the state with an atmosphere that families in all stages of life will appreciate, Morrisville has a lot to offer and its growing population proves it.

Residents tout the town’s quality of life and developing business scene among the many reasons they choose to call it home. Morrisville’s convenience to downtown Durham and Raleigh proper is also an important asset, especially to commuter professionals.

In a news release issued by the town this spring upon receipt of a National Diversity Award presented by the National League of Cities for its annual East Meets West Festival, the town’s Mayor Pro Tem Steve Rao, said “Morrisville is one of the fastest growing and most diverse towns in North Carolina. The population has grown by more than 200% in the last 12 years, and is on pace to continue to grow at a similar pace for the foreseeable future.” 

If you are interested in learning more about Morrisville and the new communities and neighborhoods that make up its attractive housing market, our Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Cary real estate team will gladly help you out.

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