|GREENSBORO, N.C. Fifth annual Juneteenth Festival on Sunday, June 18, 2000 from 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m. at Barber Park, 1500 Dans Road (off of East Florida Street) Free admission. The celebration will feature dance, drumming, music, children's crafts and games, storytelling, food, vendor's merchandise and more. Event sponsored by UMU Inc. with support provided by City Arts Cultural Outreach of Greensboro Parks and Recreation. For information contact: Pat Fortune at 336-697-9668 or Jackie Sanders at 336-697-4197.|
|Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church ANNUAL JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION!!!!!!!!!
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2000 Contact Information: Call (336) 725-9623 795 CRAWFORD PLACE Black
History Committee (Located behind Kimberly Park School) Come for EDUCATION AND HISTORICAL
FELLOWSHIP SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. THE PLACE OF THE FOURTH JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION IN
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA. For this year 2000, we will be joining with
the Winston Lake YMCA for this historical Celebration. Please join us. We also invite
everyone that joined us in the Million Woman March Trip to join in the celebration. We
look forward to our guests, speakers, music, old fashion cooking, and much more. For more
information regarding Mt. Pleasant participation or location contact our church office at
THIS IS OUR SECOND ANNUAL JUNETEENTH STONE SOUL PICNIC CELEBRATION. lAST YEAR WE ATTRACTED OVER 2000 PEOPLE AND HOPE TO DO THE SAME THIS YEAR. wE WILL HAVE LOTS OF GREAT ENTERTAINMENT, FAMILY ACTIVITIES, GOOD FOOD, AND OF COURSE THE EDUCATE THE PEOPLE CONCERNING THIS MOST IMPORTANT HOLIDAY.WE INVITE EVERYONE IN OUR COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORING CITIES TO COME JOIN US.
|THIRD ANNUAL JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION 2000 - "A COMMUNITY FOR ALL PEOPLE' Lovells Chapel United Methodist Church, Depot St, Pilot Mountain, NC 27041. June 17, 2000 from 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM. Come and enjoy a day of diverse entertainment,an art gallery featureing Efley Howell's Black Museum, education booths, games for all ages, old fashioned chopped barbeque, chicken, hotdogs, fruit cobblers and ice cream. AND IT'S ALL FREE. For more information write Annie East, PO Box 503, Pilot Mtn, NC 27041 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (336) 368-2301|
|Charlotte is celebrating Juneteenth on July 17, 2000 at the House of Africa at 1215 Thomas Avenue. With African and African American food and memorabilia vendors and a host of activities for children and families, the festivities will begin at 10AM. Other activities include African drumming and dancing, a reggae band and other music, and the witnessing of a traditional African wedding. Community leaders will lead the festivities with educational information in honor of the celebration. For more information, contact the House of Africa at 704.376.6160 or the Afro-American Cultural Center at 704.374.1565.|