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2024 Program

4th Annual Placer County Juneteenth Celebration

"Attaining the Beloved Community"


Saturday, June 15th, 9am - 2pm

Johnson-Springview Park


9:00 a.m.

- Land Acknowledgment 

- Welcome to the Placer County Juneteenth Celebration!

- Juneteenth Historical and Educational

- Pichon Scholarship Awardee

- Entertainment – DJ Madsticks

- Vendors/Booth ~ Kids Corner


10:00am – 10:20am

Steel Drums – Martin Ross

Once in the New World, African slaves kept their heritage alive through drumming. The drums symbolized the freedom they had lost and their struggle to regain it.


11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 

Fenix Drum and Dance Company Performance

Graciously and gracefully serving as our griot, our African storyteller preserving the genealogies and oral traditions.


Lunch – Sponsored by The Lions Club of Roseville


Sweet Potato Pie Contest

Senior Activity Room 

11:30am – Entry Deadline

11:45am- 12:15pm – Judging


1:00 – 1:30pm

Tuskegee Airmen and Buffalo Soldiers Open House

Rocklin Parks & Recreation Bldg. - Parkview Room

Join us for an educational and historical account of their contributions to American history. Hear first-hand stories about their lives and sacrifices.



Attaining the Beloved Community Panel

Rocklin Parks & Recreation Bldg. - Parkview Room

Panelists: Murial Moore, Community Activist 

Donna Trumbo, Placer County AAPI

James Shelby, Community Influencer

Bill Halldin, Rocklin City Councilmember

Join the conversation and take the challenge to contribute to attaining the beloved community utilizing the principles and activities prescribed by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in his work for social justice and nonviolence.  Attendees are asked to consider pledging their support and contribution to our community. 

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