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Guntown North East Mississippi Juneteenth Celebration Highway 45 North Guntown, Mississippi June 17,2000 Chairperson: Rev. Johnny S. Agnew 662-365-5743 johnnyagnew@aol.com  

Columbus

Juneteenth 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: clawrence@gtpdd.com
Milestone 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).
Jackson 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
Tupelo 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 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 D’Evereux 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.


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