Join us for local music and dance performances, voter registration, community organization exhibitors, a civil rights exhibit, a participatory public art project, and more.
The day will start with opening remarks and a mayoral proclamation at 10 am, followed by a youth dance performance by Fuerzas Culturales. Performances in Whipple Auditorium will begin at 10:30 am, with South Indian classical music by Tejas Gururaja, followed by pan-African gospel music by the Amen Choir at 11:15 am, and Musical Story Time at 12:15 pm.
Community cultural organizations will have tables with information and activities set up, and attendees will be able to participate in the Neighborhood Artist project throughout the day, play games from cultures around the world, and view a civil rights pop-up exhibit. Voter registration will also be happening.