At the MACK, you will find we've got even MOORE than amazing spaces to MEET.
Walking Art Tour
The Charles Mack Citizen Center’s Walking Art Tour is a great way to connect to the local art community. This free tour features an array of artwork from local artists. Become immersed in the local area as you take an artistic journey through the eclectic personalities of local talent. Participants will enjoy everything from recognizable historic landmarks, viewed through an artistic lens, to abstract pieces.
Pictorial History Tour
In an effort to pay homage to Downtown Mooresville’s historic journey, Charles Mack Citizen Center displays a free pictorial tour that documents the community through years of change; from railroad town to textile center to Race City, USA. Take a journey through the history of Downtown Mooresville and connect with the past.
In the Charles Mack Citizen Center, you can also find an 8,000 gallon, 4 ft, indoor, therapeutic pool. The pool is used for water aerobics, pool therapy and swim classes and features a men and women’s locker room with showers, restrooms, storage cubbies for personal items and a changing area. The pool and locker room are ADA accessible.
Morning classes are offered by the South Iredell Senior Center. For more information on the morning classes, contact the South Iredell Senior Center at 704-662-3337.
Named in honor of two leading ladies of Mooresville’s past, Alice’s Garden and Kelly Courtyard, offer a beautiful display of foliage.
Patrons walking on Main Street in Downtown Mooresville frequently wander into Kelly Courtyard attracted to the beautiful tiered fountain and display of perfectly landscaped shrubs, plants and flowers. Courtyard seating is available for guests to enjoy the relaxing scenery.
Alice’s Garden can be found in the inner courtyard of the building. This hidden garden is the largest of the two outdoor spaces offering two water features, a large bed with an array of trees, shrubs, plants and flowers and a covered seating area.
Both courtyard areas can be booked for an event or to take a stroll, lounge in the garden, take a photo, bring your lunch and sit, relax and enjoy the scenery.
Joe V. Knox Auditorium
This vintage theatre was named for long-time mayor Joe. V. Knox. The interior includes 233 seats, a 36 ft. stage, dressing rooms, green room, light and sound booth. “There’s not a bad seat in the house” is a phrase frequently heard when patrons describe the theatre. The Joe V. Knox Auditorium is the home of the Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre, hosting a variety of performances by the organization each year.
In addition, the theatre hosts dance recitals, other children’s theatre organizations, local choir and band groups, orchestras, and even beauty pageants!
South Iredell Senior Center
Located on the lower level of the Charles Mack Citizen Center building is the South Iredell Senior Center. Founded by the Iredell Council on Aging in 1995, the South Iredell Senior Center's (SISC) mission is to help seniors continue to grow, promoting physical, emotional, and economic well-being for successful aging.
SISC is a 501(c)(3) organization and a Senior Center of Excellence, certified by the NC Department of Health and Human Services, Aging and Adult Services Division.
The South Iredell Senior Center offers a variety of activities, classes, information and resources for the senior community. For more information about the South Iredell Senior Center visit their website.