Juneteenth Across Metro Detroit

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Metro Detroit Locations
DATE
Jun 03, 2022 - Jun 30, 2022
2022-06-03 00:00:002022-06-30 00:00:00America/DetroitJuneteenth Across Metro DetroitJune 3-30: Juneteenth Film Festival - The month-long film festival will run through the month of June with different films showing each week honoring Black actors and actresses, writers, directors and filmmakers, as well as showcasing films that present compelling stories on racism and Black history. Tickets are $5. All proceeds will go to UNCF. Participating cinemas include Emagine Royal Oak, 200 N. Main St. in Royal Oak and The Rivera Powered by Emagine, 30170 Grand River Ave. in Farmington Hills. June 15-22: Southfield Juneteenth Celebration - Celebrations will include music, dance performances, a 2.5 mile walk, children's story time, special appearances from Black Cowboy LC. Caldwell and Tuskegee Airmen, food, games and more. Southfield Municipal campus, 26000 Evergreen Road. June 16: "Summer of Soul" screening - The Downtown Detroit Partnership and the Motown Museum has partnered for a free outdoor movie screening of this Oscar Award winning 2021 documentary film directed by Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson about the legendary 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, which celebrated African American music and culture and promoted Black pride and unity. 6-10 p.m. at Campus Martius Park June 16-18: Juneteenth Community Celebration and Liberty Fest - Carnival rides, games, live entertainment, food and more, Canton Township and Jack and Jill of America have partnered to include a special Juneteenth celebration to include Motown favorites, opportunities to shop Black-owned businesses and more. June 17: Rhythm and Art Block Party - Join Jubilee Detroit for a celebration of music and art at the Eastern Market Brewing Company, 2515 Riopelle, Detroit. Walk around and enjoy work from visual artists, sounds from musicians and patronize local food trucks. Stick around for the release of Juneteenth Jubilee Detroit's very own beer "Jubilee Gold." June 18: Juneteenth Jubilee Stroll Livernois Avenue of Fashion - More than 40 businesses in one of the oldest Black business districts in the country. Each participating store will provide a discount, giveaways and more for patrons. There will also be a live podcast, a kid's village with activities, local entertainers, a health and wellness fair, local vendors, an artists' hub and more from 12-6 p.m. June 19: Juneteenth Freedom Fest - Eastern Market Shed 5 - Activities and programming will focus on all aspects of the African American experience with food, art, culture and history. Entertainment from the main stage will include local artists, spoken word and historical presentations. Internationally acclaimed and Detroit's own Slum Village will be the headlining act from 12-6 p.m. June 17-19: Farmlngton Area Juneteenth Celebration - Frlday, June 17 famlhes can watch a movle under the stars from 7-11 p.m. at the Nardln Park Church, 29887 W. 11 Mlle, Farmlngton Hllls. Saturday, there wlll be a Freedom Celebration wlth food, fun, and activlties from noon-6 p.m. The celebration wlll end Sunday wlth an lntercultural ancestral & collective heahng event from 3-4:30 p.m. June 18-19: Juneteenth Jubllee Weekend - Located at the Charles H. Wrlght Museum of Afrlcan Amerlcan Hlstory, on Saturday, June 18, take part ln a treasure hunt that lncludes vlslting hlstorlc sltes around downtown and Detrolt's East Slde. On Sunday, hsten to presentations from the League of Women Voters about voting rlght lssues. Enjoy sounds from muslclans as they take you on a journey through time ln the form of muslc. June 18-19: Ypsllanti 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration - Hustle dance lessons, Afrlcan dancers and drummers, poets, a jazz concert, comedy and more at the parklng lot behlnd Puffer Red's, 107 Ferrls St. ln Ypsllanti. June 18: APRI Detrolt/ Downrlver Juneteenth Celebration - Thls ls a free event hosted by APRI Detrolt/ Downrlver on Saturday, June 18, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. where educators, speakers, poets, muslclans, dancers wlll present. Lunch and refreshments wlll be provlded for all attendees. June 18: Dearborn Juneteenth Moblhty Stroll and Roll Parade - Parade beglns at Mlchlgan and Schaefer from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. and wlll lnclude Dr. Martin Luther Klng Marchlng Band, Eastern Mlchlgan Unlverslty, Henry Ford College, Unlverslty of Detrolt, Elke Dearborn, Intercultural Communlty Center of Dearborn, Second Baptist Church Youth Group, Maple Drummer and more. June 18: Juneteenth Famlly Reunlon - Slnce 2019, The Curators of Black Excellence has hosted the Juneteenth Famlly Reunlon as a safe, lnter-generational famlly focused event featurlng the best ln Black culture, food and entertalnment from 12-8 p.m. June 18: Madlson Helghts Juneteenth Celebration - Live muslc, food trucks, educational exhlblts, vendors, a rlb grllhng contest, pettlng zoo, chlldren's activlties, art show, re-enactments by the Buffalo Soldlers Herltage Assoclation of Detrolt and more at the Madlson Helghts Clvlc Center Park, 360 W. 13 Mlle Road ln Madlson Helghts from 12-6 p.m. June 18: Ferndale/Hazel Park Juneteenth Celebration - Enjoy an afternoon of art, muslc, poetry and food at Green Acres Park, 620 W. Woodward Helghts Blvd. from 1-5 p.m. June 19: Block Party Juneteenth - Games, karaoke, food, muslc and more from 12-6 p.m. provlded by the Central Woodward Communlty Partnershlp. 9850 Rosa Parks Blvd. ln Detrolt. June 19: Juneteenth Unlted - A Black communlty trlbute event to honor the day and fellowshlp unlte from 1-3 p.m. Brlng lawn chalr or blanket. Food wlll be avallable for purchase. Fuerst Park, 45325 W. 10 Mlle ln Novl. June 19: Dearborn Helghts Juneteenth Festival - A celebration of herltage, freedom and excellence of Afrlcan Amerlcans wlth hve entertalnment, food and more from 1-4 p.m. at 22201 Powers Ave. ln Dearborn Helghts. June 19: Juneteenth Celebration - A famlly-frlendly celebration ln Royal Oak wlll feature food trucks, games, free horse rldes, book glveaway, health screenlngs, Father's Day crafts, a scavenger hunt, roller skating, muslc and more from 4-8 p.m. Centennlal Commons, Troy and Thlrd ln Royal OakMetro Detroit Locations

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June 3-30: Juneteenth Film Festival – The month-long film festival will run through the month of June with different films showing each week honoring Black actors and actresses, writers, directors and filmmakers, as well as showcasing films that present compelling stories on racism and Black history. Tickets are $5. All proceeds will go to UNCF. Participating cinemas include Emagine Royal Oak, 200 N. Main St. in Royal Oak and The Rivera Powered by Emagine, 30170 Grand River Ave. in Farmington Hills.

June 15-22: Southfield Juneteenth Celebration – Celebrations will include music, dance performances, a 2.5 mile walk, children’s story time, special appearances from Black Cowboy LC. Caldwell and Tuskegee Airmen, food, games and more. Southfield Municipal campus, 26000 Evergreen Road.

June 16: “Summer of Soul” screening – The Downtown Detroit Partnership and the Motown Museum has partnered for a free outdoor movie screening of this Oscar Award winning 2021 documentary film directed by Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson about the legendary 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, which celebrated African American music and culture and promoted Black pride and unity. 6-10 p.m. at Campus Martius Park

June 16-18: Juneteenth Community Celebration and Liberty Fest – Carnival rides, games, live entertainment, food and more, Canton Township and Jack and Jill of America have partnered to include a special Juneteenth celebration to include Motown favorites, opportunities to shop Black-owned businesses and more.

June 17: Rhythm and Art Block Party – Join Jubilee Detroit for a celebration of music and art at the Eastern Market Brewing Company, 2515 Riopelle, Detroit. Walk around and enjoy work from visual artists, sounds from musicians and patronize local food trucks. Stick around for the release of Juneteenth Jubilee Detroit’s very own beer “Jubilee Gold.”

June 18: Juneteenth Jubilee Stroll Livernois Avenue of Fashion – More than 40 businesses in one of the oldest Black business districts in the country. Each participating store will provide a discount, giveaways and more for patrons. There will also be a live podcast, a kid’s village with activities, local entertainers, a health and wellness fair, local vendors, an artists’ hub and more from 12-6 p.m.

June 19: Juneteenth Freedom Fest – Eastern Market Shed 5 – Activities and programming will focus on all aspects of the African American experience with food, art, culture and

history. Entertainment from the main stage will include local artists, spoken word and historical presentations. Internationally acclaimed and Detroit’s own Slum Village will be the headlining act from 12-6 p.m.

June 17-19: Farmlngton Area Juneteenth Celebration – Frlday, June 17 famlhes can watch a movle under the stars from 7-11 p.m. at the Nardln Park Church, 29887 W. 11 Mlle, Farmlngton Hllls. Saturday, there wlll be a Freedom Celebration wlth food, fun, and activlties from noon-6 p.m. The celebration wlll end Sunday wlth an lntercultural ancestral & collective heahng event from 3-4:30 p.m.

June 18-19: Juneteenth Jubllee Weekend – Located at the Charles H. Wrlght Museum of Afrlcan Amerlcan Hlstory, on Saturday, June 18, take part ln a treasure hunt that lncludes vlslting hlstorlc sltes around downtown and Detrolt’s East Slde. On Sunday, hsten to presentations from the League of Women Voters about voting rlght lssues. Enjoy sounds from muslclans as they take you on a journey through time ln the form of muslc.

June 18-19: Ypsllanti 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration – Hustle dance lessons, Afrlcan dancers and drummers, poets, a jazz concert, comedy and more at the parklng lot behlnd Puffer Red’s, 107 Ferrls St. ln Ypsllanti.

June 18: APRI Detrolt/ Downrlver Juneteenth Celebration – Thls ls a free event hosted by APRI Detrolt/ Downrlver on Saturday, June 18, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. where educators, speakers, poets, muslclans, dancers wlll present. Lunch and refreshments wlll be provlded for all attendees.

June 18: Dearborn Juneteenth Moblhty Stroll and Roll Parade – Parade beglns at Mlchlgan and Schaefer from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. and wlll lnclude Dr. Martin Luther Klng Marchlng Band, Eastern Mlchlgan Unlverslty, Henry Ford College, Unlverslty of Detrolt, Elke Dearborn, Intercultural Communlty Center of Dearborn, Second Baptist Church Youth Group, Maple Drummer and more.

June 18: Juneteenth Famlly Reunlon – Slnce 2019, The Curators of Black Excellence has hosted the Juneteenth Famlly Reunlon as a safe, lnter-generational famlly focused event featurlng the best ln Black culture, food and entertalnment from 12-8 p.m.

June 18: Madlson Helghts Juneteenth Celebration – Live muslc, food trucks, educational exhlblts, vendors, a rlb grllhng contest, pettlng zoo, chlldren’s activlties, art show, re-enactments by the Buffalo Soldlers Herltage Assoclation of Detrolt and more at the Madlson Helghts Clvlc Center Park, 360 W. 13 Mlle Road ln Madlson Helghts from 12-6 p.m.

June 18: Ferndale/Hazel Park Juneteenth Celebration – Enjoy an afternoon of art, muslc, poetry and food at Green Acres Park, 620 W. Woodward Helghts Blvd. from 1-5 p.m.

June 19: Block Party Juneteenth – Games, karaoke, food, muslc and more from 12-6 p.m. provlded by the Central Woodward Communlty Partnershlp. 9850 Rosa Parks Blvd. ln Detrolt.

June 19: Juneteenth Unlted – A Black communlty trlbute event to honor the day and fellowshlp unlte from 1-3 p.m. Brlng lawn chalr or blanket. Food wlll be avallable for purchase. Fuerst Park, 45325 W. 10 Mlle ln Novl.

June 19: Dearborn Helghts Juneteenth Festival – A celebration of herltage, freedom and excellence of Afrlcan Amerlcans wlth hve entertalnment, food and more from 1-4 p.m. at 22201 Powers Ave. ln Dearborn Helghts.

June 19: Juneteenth Celebration – A famlly-frlendly celebration ln Royal Oak wlll feature food trucks, games, free horse rldes, book glveaway, health screenlngs, Father’s Day crafts, a scavenger hunt, roller skating, muslc and more from 4-8 p.m. Centennlal Commons, Troy and Thlrd ln Royal Oak

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