The fourth annual Juneteenth festival, a region-wide celebration, commemorating the end of slavery in the USA.
The festival takes place on Saturday, June 17th,2023  from 11 am-6 pm
                         Capron Park,  201 County Street
                                  Attleboro, MA.
This event attracts all cultural backgrounds and celebrates the richness of African American heritage through art, food, vendor markets, education, community group booths, and live entertainment. All events are free and open to the public.

This year’s festival theme “It Takes A Village ”  will focus a special spotlight on protecting the family through advocacy in health care, education, food insecurity, and housing.

Our Mission To foster cross cultural understanding of Black heritage through community engagement using the annual Juneteenth celebration to reach the Southeast region of Massachusetts To bring awareness of the origins of Juneteenth and other celebrations, educating the community about the importance of Black history and heritage. creating a platform for arts, entertainment and leadership, with opportunities for health initiatives in the Attleboro area