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A family-friendly community event that marks the federal order to free slaves in Texas on June 19, 1865 - more than two years after Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863.
Ebony Visions Juneteenth celebration is back! Join us in person (wearing masks and following guidelines) for food, entertainment, vendors, raffles, kid activities, and more! Our food booth is a little different this year, as we will be selling food tickets AHEAD of time to mitigate long lines. Food tickets include meat, sides, dessert, and drink all for one price of $10. You can pick up your food and exit the event or stay, eat and enjoy the event! Food tickets can be obtained from any Ebony Vision board member. See you June 19 (the actual day of Juneteenth) at Buttermilk Creek Park!
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