Juneteenth in the M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden

M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden has been celebrating Juneteenth since 2004 with music, food, artmaking, and community education on Black history.  M’Finda Kalunga (‘Garden at the Edge of the World’) was named by Bob Humber and garden founders to honor the unmarked adjacent Chrystie Street African Burial Ground.

Juneteenth – “Honoring Our Past, Present, and Future”

Where: M’Finda Kalunga Community GardenSara Roosevelt Park at Rivington Street

When: Saturday June 22nd (1pm-4pm)

Program includes

‘Halo’ is commissioned by FABnyc with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Please consider joining us as we celebrate Juneteenth and Black history in the Lower East Side – and in our larger effort to create inclusive community and connection in Sara Roosevelt Park.

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