- OFF DA CHAIN PRODUCTIONS wants you to come celebrate Juneteenth in
Jacksonville, Fl at the Metropolitan Park. June 16th & 17th 2001. OFF DA CHAIN
PRODUCTIONS is the official host of Juneteenth in Jacksonvile, Flordia. The OMNI
HOTEL will sponsor special discounted rates please indicate"JUNTEENTH A WORLD WIDE
CELEBRATION" for privaledged pricing. Their will be entertainment, a fair, vending,
motivtational speakers, auctions, raffles, car shows,motorcycle shows,parades, marching
bands, battle of the D.J.'s, dancing, children center, carribean feast, and much,
much,more. For further details please call 1-904-565-2608 ask for Patrina or Yolanda -
Email YOYO1966@aol.com.- Mailing address: OFF DA
CHAIN PRODUCTIONS, INC.1567 CANDICE COURT JACKSONVILLE, FL 32225
- NOKTURNAL ESCAPE ENTERTAINMENT Presents POETRY IS OUR SECOND LANGUAGE
READING SERIES: The Ending of Slavery and The Beginning of Freedom, A Celebration of
Juneteenth Saturday, June 16, 2001 7:00pm At Nefertitis Books and Gifts 7640 Lem
Turner Road (Across From Taco Bell) Poets, singers, and other creative minds are welcome
to attend. Sign-up at the door. For more information, call (904) 766-3830, email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://nokturnalescape.hypermart.net
June 16 - Ninth annual Juneteenth Family Festival. Free live entertainment, arts and
crafts, vendors and historical reinactments. June 17 - Juneteenth Gospel and
Inspirational Musical Extravaganza. June 19 - Middle Passage Candle Light Vigil. Honoring
ancestors with music, spoken word and food.
- MaCoi Promotions is hosting the AFRICAN AGORA - a juneteenth celebration.
the event is scheduled to take place at Orlo Vista Park on June 16th and June 17th from
10am - 6pm. The festival will include a job fair, health fair, live entertainment, a
bar-b-que cook off, a kids korridor, and merchandise vendors. contact lashawn
travick-butler at 407-532-8425.
- PAST,Inc. presents the Third Annual Juneteenth Celebration featuring live
music, dancing, storytelling, food and much more, June 16, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Division
Ave., from Church St. to South St. at the Wells Built Museum of African American History
and Culture, 511 W. South St.
Barbecue and Field Day events.
The National Council of Negro Women - West Volusia Section will sponsor the
scheduled Juneteenth events in affiliation with New Hope Baptist Church, The African
American Association of Deltona and Deltona Lodge No. 756. Friday - June 15th - 1 -
4 p.m. Juneteenth Art Exhibition Opening Reception at Deltona Arts and Historical Center -
683 Deltona Blvd., Deltona, Florida. Featuring art work by teen artist, Martin Reese, 11th
grader at Pine Ridge High School, Deltona, Fl. Saturday - June 16th - 10a.m. - 3p.m.
Juneteenth Celebration and Expo in the Park - Wes Crile Park on Ft. Smith Blvd., Deltona,
Fl. Expo include a Job Fair, Health Fair and Black Vendors Expo. Saturday - June 16th -
7p.m. Juneteenth Gospel Concert at New Hope Baptist Church - Family Life Center, 2855 Lake
Helen Osteen Road, Deltona, Fl. Sunday - June 17th - 10:45a.m. Juneteenth Fathers Day
Worship Service at New Hope Baptist Church, Deltona, Fl. Sunday - June 17th - 1 - 2 p.m.
Juneteenth Black Business Network Reception at New Hope Baptist Church, Deltona, Florida.
TO RESERVE A $15 BOOTH SPACE FOR VENDORS AT THE PARK, SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION OR TO
INCLUDE YOUR GROUP OR ORGANIZATION IN THIS CELEBRATION, EMAIL US AT email@example.com. THE
PUBLIC IS INVITED!
Juneteenth Family Fun Festival in Daytona Beach, Florida. Commemorating
African American Freedom and Emphasizing Education and Achievement. This first annual
community celebration will feature barbeque, pound cake contest, African American Art,
Music and Dance, Storytelling, Motivational Speakers, Sports Contests, Children's and Teen
Activity Area, Senior Citizen Area, quilting show, food and drinks, community service
displays and health information and testing. VIP Reception and Award Banquet Tuesday, June
19, 2001 and Family Festival Saturday, June 23, 2001 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
"Blues and Sweet Potato Pie" is the title of Northwest Library's
summer library program and Juneteenth celebration. This year, it will be held on Saturday,
June 16, in Apollo Park and the library from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM. There will be food,
games, entertainment, hayrides, crafts, stories and exhibits pertaining to the 1800's. The
address for Northwest Library is 1580 NW 3rd Ave (Esther Rolle) and Apollo Park is
adjacent. Come by for a great time and a slice of history.
The African American Cultural Society, Inc. (AACS) will present its Ninth
Annual Juneteenth Festival, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 16, 2001, at the Daytona
Beach Community College Amphitheater in Palm Coast, FL. Back by popular demand, will be
the Georgia Sea Island Singers - Frankie and Doug Quimby - plus the African Connection
Drummers and Dancers. The program will begin at 1 p.m. It is FREE and will have activities
for all age groups. There will be: an African Studies class, music, song and dance,
historical exhibits, videos, children's games and face painting, and the Moon Bounce. A
market will be the foretaste to vendors in fried fish, franks, ginger beer, cakes, pies
and muffins; Afrocentric fashion and wares, along with a great deal more! The public is
invited. For more information, call Cultural Chairman Gertrude Blackwell, (386) 445-4812,
Public Affairs Chairman Evelyn Corbin, (386) 445-7106, and/or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.