Juneteenth Oregon

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Every day, through June 18
Lillis-Albina Park Eliot (Portland)
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Commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans, Oregon's 51st annual Juneteenth celebration is a community event that was first started by Vanport shipyard worker Clara Peoples. Over the two-day festival, celebrants will watch a parade, peruse vendors and local community organizations, and enjoy a lineup of performances. Plus, you'll want to brush up on your steps because the Cupid Shuffler-in-chief, Cupid himself, will headline the festivities. by Janey Wong

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Lillis-Albina Park

N Flint Ave & Russell Portland, Oregon 97227 Venue website

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