Juneteenth Community Celebration

Food, Reflection, and Fun!
On the grounds of Morven Museum & Garden

Come together to share Juneteenth resources, history, crafts, food, and fun with us as we commemorate the anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation with our community partners! Stop by our "Let Freedom Ring Booth" to participate in our Juneteenth interactive oral history project, and stay for the concert celebrating the rich history of black choral music in America. 

Princeton, New Jersey  Presented in partnership with the Municipality of Princeton. 
  Free and open to the public.


Art Against Racism
The Historical Society of Princeton
Not In Our Town, Princeton
Morven Museum and Garden
The Municipality of Princeton
Passage Theatre 
Paul Robeson House of Princeton
Princeton Parents for Black Children
The Princeton Public Library and the Voices of Princeton Project 
Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart
Tipple and Rose 
West Windsor Arts Council 
The Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society
YWCA Princeton 

Festival Foodie Friends: Tipple & Rose will be donating treats to attendees while supplies last, beginning at 4pm.
Tipple & Rose Logo

Big Easy of Downtown Trenton will be on site from 4 pm - 7 pm with a dinner assortment available for purchase, including grilled salmon, grilled Tuscan wings and sweet chili wings, mac and cheese, vegetable fried rice, pasta salad, yams, green beans, collard greens, fruit salad, and more! (Cash and Apple Pay accepted.)
Big Easy Logo

Top image excerpted from the design of a poster heralding the first Juneteenth celebration in Seattle, Washington in 1980. Seattle Municipal Archives, CC BY 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0&gt;, via Wikimedia Commons


Morven Museum & Garden
55 Stockton St., Princeton NJ

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