DETROIT– The Detroit Association of Black Organizations (DABO) honors Juneteenth with a full day celebration. Activities include free food, music, games, children’s activities, live performance, spades tournament, and much more. All activities are free and open to the public as space permits.
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The Detroit Association of Black Organizations
Rhythm Body Dance Company
Alise King, music artist
Grammy award winner, Raydio
Full day celebration in honor of newly recognized holiday, Juneteenth
Saturday, June 19, 2021
1PM- 5PM: Arts and crafts, screening of The Wiz, dance performance by Rhythm Body Dance Company
5PM-8PM: Bid whist, ballroom and hustle dance, spades tournament, paint party
8PM-10PM: Live performances by Alise King and Grammy award winner, Raydio
Sheffield Center (Outdoors)
12048 Grand River Ave
Detroit, MI 48024
About the Detroit Association of Black Organizations
Since 1979, the Detroit Association of Black Organizations (DABO) has uplifted, unified, and empowered Detroit’s African American community through various programs, initiatives, and events. DABO is a federation of over 130 Black, and non-Black organizations working to build community unity. For more information, please visit dabodetroitinc.com