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1st Annual African Business and Culture Festival
( June 4th & 5th )
Location: 286 N. Church St. (Christina Park) Wilm, DE 19801
Sound By VJ Ezzyk
Sponsored by XGM Radio (Your Xclusive Global Music Connect)
For more Info:
Jiggi 302 220 8248
David 302 467 8125
VJ Ezzyk 302 333 2650
Donations still needed: https://www.gofundme.com/africa302
Come celebrate vegan lifestyle with food tastings, cooking demos, speakers, live entertainment and more! Whether you are a long-time vegan or just want to see what it’s all about, this festival is for you! This is event is FREE and open to the public.
VegWilmington is a Sponsor. Paul Flowers is hosting this event.
Interested in vending or sponsoring? Please contact Paul Flowers at 302-256-3239 or PAULFLOWERS302@GMAIL.COM
JUNETEENTH is the annual observance of the official date of recognition of the Emancipation Proclamation in all states following the Civil War.
The Kennett Underground Railroad Center will present its FREEDMEN, FUGITIVES, and FRIENDS Walking Tour, sharing the stories of the local Quakers and African Americans who coexisted peacefully before and after the Civil War. The free tour will focus on the houses and churches of the East Linden Street and North Union Street area of Kennett Square, known to be a “hotbed of abolitionists”.
Please register for this event with EventBrite or email your name & number in your group to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join The Women’s Challenge for its JAZZ Summer Series FINALE back where it began at the Harford County Equestrian Center.
From LOVE songs to sounds in the key of guitar to vocals that tickle your soul & ear we’ve got something for everyone!
JPope and the HearNow
RAIN or SHINE
“Homeownership Fundraiser for women with children”