Ada Jenkins Center
Juneteenth is a holiday celebrating the emancipation of African-Americans who had been enslaved. On Saturday, June 19 (11am-2pm), we are holding a community-wide celebration featuring:
- a Proclamation from Davidson Mayor Rusty Knox
- one of our LEARN Works students sharing what freedom means to him
- historic dialog presented by spoken word poet Chanda DuBose
- keynote speech from Pastor Bobby Kerns
- music and entertainment
- food trucks
- children's activities - bounce house, face painting and more
- Free lunch for the first 200 people to stop by the Welcome Tent!
We'd love your help (and any teens 16 and older) ... please sign up for the time that works best for you!
Your friends at the Ada Jenkins Center