We are thrilled to announce Hyde Park’s second annual community-wide Juneteenth celebration! This event will feature a 65-minute ceremonial celebration launched with a color guard by the 54 Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment Company A and the Black national anthem. The ceremony will continue with honoring the “Living History Makers of Hyde Park” and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Builders, with an exhibit and brief ceremonial salute.
Following this, there will be performances, awards, group arts, dance activities, a local Black vendor fair, educational exhibits, activities for children and tastings from local eateries. We have invited state and city officials and national speakers. Games and prizes will be a part of the 4.5-hour celebration. It will truly be JOY-filled!
Organized by the Racial E & J Forum/West Fairmount Hill Community.+ More... - Less...
1015 Truman Pkwy
Boston, MA 02136
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