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Juneteenth Festival is June 17-19!

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Join the community at William Land Park for Sacramento’s 19th Annual Juneteenth Festival! The “Gospel Under the Stars” concert will be held on Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday’s events from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. include live entertainment, health and wellness tables, a talent show, food vendors, and an arts and education pavilion. The Juneteenth Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday. Visit for more information.

Kings and Queens Rise Co-Ed Youth Sports and Mentoring League Launches Fifth Season

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Kings and Queens Rise provides young people opportunities to engage in intercommunity activities, which help prevent and interrupt violence. The program offers a caring and safe environment where mentors teach community building and sportsmanship. Part of the Sacramento Kings Jr. Kings program, the eight-week basketball season will tip-off on June 25 and run until August 13. Eight teams of youth from 4th through 10th grade will participate and the season will culminate with a tournament hosted by the Kings. Learn more on the Sacramento Kings website.

Black Infant and Maternal Health Virtual Series

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Join us for the Black Infant and Maternal Health Virtual Series. The 4th Trimester: Caring for your newborn and yourself on Thursday, April 14, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. will provide valuable information about post-natal care. Register to attend at This series is presented by UC Davis Health, The Center at Sierra Health Foundation and Black Child Legacy Campaign Continue Reading Black Infant and Maternal Health Virtual Series

Black History Month Events

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Community partners came together to present multiple events during Black History Month. Thank you to Heal & Rebuild Collective, Roberts Family Development Center, Robla School District, Rose Family Creative Empowerment Center, Soul Space and others for offering the Black History Parent Celebration, Let It Go, Sis!, Rose Family Radio, Teen Summit and Wellness Walks.