It might be a difficult time for everyone right now, but Rowan County has a way to make you a little more original! Participate in our “Be An Original” Bingo Challenge by saving this photo to your phone and positing to your Facebook or Instagram Story! You can use gifs or emojis to mark all the spots you’ve completed.
If you find yourself not marking enough spots off, here are some ways to help clear out your board!
Need Help Starting a Garden?
West Rowan Home, Farm, and Garden in Mt. Ulla has plants ready for your garden! A great way to stay busy!
Check Out a Book Curbside
Our Rowan Public Library is still open! You can schedule a curbside pickup of your favorite reads. The library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment.
Read a Your Rowan Blog!
Dreaming About Your Favorite Lake
Have you been dreaming about High Rock Lake? Well, you can still go visit the lake and boat, while maintaining social distancing! Check out how in our latest High Rock Lake blog.
Purchase Produce From Your Local Farms
Make sure to shop at your local farms! Correll Farms, at 1185 Woodleaf Barber Rd in Cleveland, is ready to bring all the fresh veggies and eggs to your table! You can place an order ahead of time by visiting their website or calling 704-2020-9678.
Story Time with Rowan County’s Museums
If you’re bored, check out N.C. Transportation Museum’s Experience from Home! The museum is uploading a series of videos and posts to their Facebook page, so fans can still experience the museum online! Check out the latest story on Garrett Morgan who created the first ever traffic signal! The Rowan Museum is constantly sharing their video series “Ramblin’ Around Rowan.” This video series is all about the different history hubs around Rowan County! Their latest video was on the history of the Lower Stone and Organ Church and how they are the two oldest church buildings in the county. Check out their videos on their Facebook page!
Practiced Social Distancing at a Rowan County Park
You can still enjoy nature at one of Rowan County’s beautiful parks and maintain social distancing! Go explore Dan Nicholas Park and the wonderful outdoors. For more information on all of Rowan County’s parks, visit this website!
Make sure you support local business too! Whether it be ordering takeout from one of your favorite restaurants or shopping online from one of the local boutiques! #ShopLocal
Wore a Your Rowan T-shirt
You can always sport a Your Rowan t-shirt and post a cute selfie online! Make sure to use the hashtags #YourRowan #BeAnOriginal #itsaRoCothing #RoCoStrong so we can see your photos and re-share them!
Adopt a Tiger
These are just some of the ways to clear your bingo board! If you do any of these activities, not only mark your board, but post your pictures online and tag Your Rowan in them! We love to see your social distancing activities in Rowan County!
While visiting county parks, be mindful of your footprint and conscious of your place on the trail.
If you stop by, make sure to visit the faculty and staff. They look forward to visitors and are open
to having friendly conversation with anyone! I always feel comfortable and welcome at Dunn’s
Mountain and it has been one of my favorite destinations to visit in Rowan County.
N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is the state government agency created by the General Assembly in 1947 to conserve and sustain the state’s fish and wildlife resources through research, scientific management, wise use, and public input. The Commission is the regulatory agency responsible for the enforcement of N.C. fishing, hunting, trapping, and boating laws.