East Mississippi Juneteenth Celebration Highway 45 North Guntown, Mississippi June 17,2000
Chairperson: Rev. Johnny S. Agnew 662-365-5743 firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebration, June 16 -17, 2000 Sims Scott Park, 20th Street North, Columbus, MS 39701.
Free. Friday: 6:30 - 11 p.m. Softball Tournament: 6:30 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 A.M. - 10:00
P.M. Family Fun Day Children's events include: space walk, ballons, face painting, sack
race, 3 on 3 basketball. Adults: Tournament: Chess, Checkers, Spade, Concert: featuring
Gospel and R&B. Vendors space is available for $100. 1 table and two chairs and
electricity will be provided. Enjoy live entertainment, food, fun, and cultural experience
for the family. For more information contact: Cindy Lawrence P. O. Box 1364 Columbus, MS
39703 or 662-329-5871 or email: email@example.com
||Mississippi Delta Juneteenth Celebration - Jubilee Month, celebrating Juneteenth,
Justice, Freedom & Restoration. "A spiritual awakening in America", 3rd
Annual National Day of Prayer For the African-American Farmer, Saturday, June 3, 2000,
1:00pm, Mileston Farmers Cooperative Building. Sponsored by the Myers Foundation & the
National Juneteenth Christian Leadership Council (NJCLC).
||Martin Family get together/ activities will include Fish Fry on Friday evening
June 16th/ Sat.June 17th visit to Smith-Robertson museumn/Day in the Park cook out
including fishing, playing soft ball
||Cumulus Event Marketing & Sprite Present; The 2nd Annual Juneteenth
Celebration Featuring Lee Williams and The Spiritual QCs Crowns of Joy; Disciples
By Choice; Lane Chapel Quartet; Beane Sisters; on Saturday, June 17, 2000 at Ballard Park
in Tupelo From 10:00 am until 5:00 pm; The best part is it' FREE! There will be plenty of
vendors with a variety of delicious food and lots of other items to purchase Sorry, no
coolers or alcohol allowed.
||Natchez Mississippi 6th Annual Juneteenth Celebration
June 15th Free Movie, Amistad sponsored and presented at the NAPAC Museum, 7:00
p.m. June 16th, Fashion show, African attire presented by Sankofa Fashions at
the Natchez Visitors Center $5.00 admission 7:00 p.m. June 17th Memorial Walk
from the "Forks of The Roads" Slave marker on intersection of St.
Catherine/Liberty Road intersecting with DEvereux Dr. to Melrose National Historic
Park, I Melrose Avenue. on same day, fun with family day at Melrose, beverages games for
kids and live entertainment, R & B with gospel acts from the community live on the
97.3 JAMZ sound stage. Family Fun day is from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. followed by a
Rodeo at 8:00 pm. $6.00/$5.00 in advance, kids free, children $3.00.