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Black Scranton Project 5th Annual Juneteenth Celebration

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The Black Scranton Project presents their 5th annual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday, June 15, 2024, from 12 PM-5 PM. Join them at the Black Scranton Project Center for Arts & Culture (BSPCAC) for music, food, games, giveaways, and more! Attendees will be able to honor Black culture, tradition, and perseverance, observe Freedom Day, and celebrate the Black Scranton Project’s 5th birthday.

This year’s Juneteenth celebration will feature free roller skating and skate rental, vendors, crafts, and activities for the whole family. At this free, family-friendly event, guests will enjoy a day of fun, community, and discovery for all ages. The Black Scranton Project invites their neighbors, businesses, community partners, and friends to participate in their Freedom Day celebration!

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Social Activity, In Person, Outdoor

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beginner-friendly

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