Third Annual Juneteenth in the WB event commemorating Juneteenth National Freedom Day

Join us for this free community-wide event. The program includes drama, dance and musical performances by students, the Nanou Djiapo African Dance and Drum Troupe, sales and displays by local artists and free refreshments. Rain or shine. Sponsors include Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, Safe and Just Michigan, the West Bloomfield Library, West Bloomfield Parks & Recreation, West Bloomfield Police, West Bloomfield School District, United We Walk/MLK 365, Road Masters Vette Club, and the Semaj J. Morgan Foundation.

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