The Roanoke Valley Rocks is a public relations/public art campaign designed to uplift and inspire the Roanoke Valley. True success will require all facets of our community to come together with enthusiasm, dedication to excellence and knowledge of all that our area has to offer.Read More

Spears Pharmacy, Naomi & Company

Don't miss one of the most colorful and imaginative fish, on the Roanoke Valley Rocks Tour, at the Village Corner Plaza located on Becker Drive in Roanoke Rapids.

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Sylvan Heights Bird Park

Sylvan Heights Bird Park, the world’s largest bird park located in Scotland Neck, North Carolina.

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The Daily Herald

The Daily Herald, the number one source of news and information for residents of the Roanoke Valley, proudly released “Newsie” the rockfish during the August Business After Hours, which the newspaper hosted for the Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce.

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The Historic Town of Halifax

The Historic Town of Halifax truly rocked the Roanoke Valley and has been doing so since the town was founded in 1757! The Town of Halifax is still the county seat for Halifax County. Today the town offers the Halifax State Historic Site, a Roanoke River Partners camping platform, a one-block business district with art/antique shops, and many historic homes and churches, as well as county offices, including the Halifax County Library.

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The Roanoke Canal Museum & Trail

The Roanoke Canal Museum & Trail released the second rockfish in The Roanoke Valley Rocks Campaign in front of the museum, thanks to the support of the Friends of the Roanoke Canal Museum and Trail.

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Town of Enfield

The Town of Enfield has been rocking the Roanoke Valley since 1740. In fact, it boasts being the oldest town in Halifax County.

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Town of Hobgood

The Town of Hobgood rocks the Roanoke Valley! Hobgood recently released their Roanoke Valley rockfish during their annual July 4th celebration.

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Town of Weldon

The Town of Weldon launched another rockfish, also painted by artist Napoleon Hill. This fish is located at Weldon Town Hall.

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