Juneteenth at EarthDance- Donations support 12oh7eats!
June 19, 2021 @ 2:00PM — 6:00PM Central Time (US & Canada)
Join us at the farm to celebrate Freedom Day!
Time to reserve your spot for our Juneteenth celebration!
In partnership with Good Shepherd Arts Center, PROUD Ferguson, Ferguson Human Rights Commission, Strength and Honor and the Red Cross, EarthDance is excited to host you for a friendly, safe outdoor gathering to celebrate Freedom Day!
Come out Saturday June 19th, 2021 from 2-6pm to enjoy live music by Mayor & Friends, speaker Cassandra Butler from PROUD, a performance of the Ancestors Cabinet written by Karon Majeel and performed by Strength and Honor Youth, African dancing by Diamond Dance Academy, food by 12oh7 Herban Eatery and drinks by Juice Masters, and socializing in the farm-fresh open air. When you arrive someone from the Red Cross will be there to greet you and take your temperature. If you are not fully vaccinated we ask that you wear a mask.
This is a picnic-style event, so please feel free to bring a blanket or lawn chair to relax on! We also ask that you bring your own reusable water bottles to reduce the amount of waste from this event. We strive to be zero waste, if possible try to avoid bringing styrofoam and single use plastic. No dogs allowed.
We are excited to offer you a "sneak peak" of EarthDance's new Pay What You Can Farm Stand, opening this Summer!
The 2021 theme for Juneteenth at EarthDance is Celebrating Black Entrepreneurship. The featured black entrepreneur for this event is 12oh7 Herban Eatery and we encourage you to donate to their crowdfunding campaign: 12oh7eats. 12oh7 Herban Eatery is a black-owned and woman-owned and operated food business located in North County, looking to open a brick and mortar location. Any donations made when you RSVP will be donated to 12oh7 Herban Eatery in support of their campaign. Their food will be available on site to order!