Local business celebrating five years on Saturday

Mebane's Whiskey Sowers is celebrating five years in business this Saturday (Sept. 7) with a special celebration, starting at 6:00 p.m. on Fourth Street. There will be a Cornhole Tournament, live music, food, and other fun activities lasting throughout the evening. 

Five years ago, husband and wife duo Tracy and Karen Sowers opened Whiskey Sowers along Fourth Street in Mebane with the dream of providing a location for patrons to have a great time and be entertained. 

Located in the heart of Downtown Mebane, Whiskey Sowers has been graced with the presence of local/regional/national artists, and has always offered a place to enjoy the weekend or to unwind after work.​ 

This coming weekend, Whiskey Sowers is celebrating five years in Mebane with a special anniversary party the evening of Saturday, September 7. The business received permission from the City of Mebane to close Fourth Street for a few hours on Saturday evening, where there will be a wide range of fun activities for the entire family. 

In addition to a Cornhole Tournament and a race car on display from Mason Hudson Motorsports, there will be a mini rod-pulling tractor onsite, courtesy of Aaron Ray Pulling. Fat Man and His Food Barbecue will be providing food. In addition, local station Maverick Radio will be onsite live broadcasting throughout the evening. There will be lots of prizes and giveaways all night. 

At 7:00 p.m. Curry Wayne Clayton will be playing inside Whiskey Sowers, while Red Dirt Revival takes the stage at 10:00 p.m.. 

The celebration begins at 6:00 p.m. the evening of September 7.