M Shelly Conner honors her roots as she reminds us of the relationship between food and culture this Juneteenth.
The inaugural Arkansas Black Film Showcase and The Sounds of Freedom concert are two ways to celebrate Juneteenth in Bentonville.
Blytheville residents can celebrate Juneteenth be attending a parade, outdoor movie theater or a vaccination clinic.
Camden is marking Juneteenth with a series of events June 18-20. Activities include a parade, block party, tailgate and car show.
The Faulkner County NAACP is celebrating Juneteenth in downtown Conway this year.
The Crossett Juneteenth Committee is hosting an afternoon of fun, food and games at the E.C. Crossett Youth Center June 19.
DeWitt’s family-friendly celebration of Juneteenth includes music, food and a parade.
The Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission is hosting a Juneteenth Celebration at Dumas High School.
The Coalition of Black Professionals and the “Anxiety is a Mutha” podcast are hosting a Black Business Expo and the B.O.L.D. Awards in June 18-19 in El Dorado.
The Elaine Legacy Center is hosting a Juneteenth Commemoration beginning at noon June 19. The event includes a parade, free lunch and presentations.
The NWA Juneteenth Planning Committee is hosting several in-person and virtual events throughout the region this month.
The Forrest City Juneteenth Committee is hosting a League of Extraordinary Dads Luncheon June 12.
The Hot Springs MLK/Juneteenth Committee is hosting a celebration from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Historic Farmers Market on Orange Street.
KLEK 102.5FM is hosting community events in honor of Juneteenth June 17-19 in Jonesboro.
Arkansas State University is inviting the public to gather on the front steps of the Lakeport Plantation Home in Lake Village June 19 for a reading of the Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth Amendment.
The are several events taking place throughout Little Rock on Juneteenth including a parade and a fundraiser for bail money.
The Carver Alumni Association is hosting a one-day event June 19 at Lonoke City Park to celebrate Juneteenth.
United Community Organization is hosting several events to celebrate Juneteenth including a candlelight vigil, parade and Gospel concert.
Deep fried Twinkies and cotton candy will be available at a Juneteenth celebration in Parkin that’s raising money for the Alzheimer’s Association.
Pine Bluff’s celebration of Juneteenth features praise dancing, storytelling and food.
The Eddie Mae Herron Center and Museum is hosting a Juneteenth community celebration starting at 9 a.m. June 19 in Pocahontas.
There are two Juneteenth celebrations in Russellville this year — one James Park and one at the Depot Park in Downtown Russellville.
Music Moves is partnering with Interform to host Freedom Festival June 20 in downtown Springdale.
Texarkana is celebrating Juneteenth with a Best Sweet Potato Pie Contest, basketball tournament, and a Spades and Dominoes tournament.
June Dinner is a Juneteenth Festival that has been celebrated in Wilmar since the late 1800’s. It’s held on the third Saturday in June.