The MORE Network, in collaboration with the Marshall DEI Commission, is proud to share a community activity, Juneteenth.

Held June 19th, also known as Black Freedom Day, Juneteenth is a day where the Marshall community can come together to commemorate the end of legal slavery in the United States.

Check out the history of Junteenth page for more about how this day evolved.

We are in the planning stages of our 2023 Juneteenth event. Stay tuned for more info! Interested in volunteering? Click here!

Juneteenth (June 19th) Schedule

  • 10-2: Yard games and inflatables

  • 10-11: Live Dance and Drum performance by Titambe West African Dance Ensemble of Minnesota

  • 10-2: Food Vendors (Taste of Soul, Moore Good Eats, and Tavern 507)

  • 11: Red Velvet Cake Competition (Judged by the Mainstay Cafe)

  • 1: Story Hour (Marshall-Lyon County Library)

  • 11-2: Music (DJ'd by Push Play Entertainment)