June 11 – First Tee Louisville’s 22nd annual George “GG” Johnson Golf Scramble, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Shawnee Golf Course Lunch will begin at 11 a.m. with raffle prizes to win. The four-person scramble (three adults and one first tee participant) will tee off at 1 p.m. Register at firstteelouisville.org or contact [email protected].
June 13-June 17, Juneteenth Camp, Louisville Visual Art and Waterfront Park, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Louisville Visual Art and Waterfront Park are hosting a day camp for youth ages 7-12. Campers will be introduced to the works and history of Ed Hamilton, Muhammad Ali, the Underground Railroad and more, then create their own artworks to express themselves and their newfound knowledge; in the afternoons, campers will explore Waterfront Park for fun camp activities. Limited to 10 students.
June 13-14 – WAVE Country with Dawne Gee, 2 p.m. WAVE-TV anchor and reporter Dawne Gee will discuss Juneteenth highlights and moderate panel discussions.
June 14 – Lean Into Louisville, Redistricting Panel Discussion, 6:30 p.m. Mayor Fischer will greet and introduce a diverse panel that will address and examine why redistricting happens, who it helps, harms, and short-term/long-term implications. MetroTV and Lean Into Louisville will livestream the event on social media.
June 15 – Lean Into Louisville, Presentation: The Kentucky African American Civil War Soldiers Project, First Gethsemane Baptist Church, 12 p.m. The Kentucky African American Civil War Soldiers Project seeks to uncover archival documents about the lives of these soldiers and their family members, and use them as the basis for constructing family trees going as far backward and forward as possible. Dan Gediman and Denyce Peyton will share stories and photographs about selected soldiers from Louisville, as well as discuss their newly created searchable online database.
June 16 – The Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission Celebrates 60th Anniversary/Juneteenth Luncheon, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage Center, 11 a.m. The luncheon will celebrate HRC’s achievements in safeguarding all individuals within Jefferson County from all forms of discrimination. The Mayor will speak, along with keynote speaker, Rev. Dr. Daniel Corrie Shull, senior pastor of Burnett Avenue Baptist Church. The cost to attend will be $25 per person. For more information, call 574-3631 or email: [email protected].
June 16 – Miss Juneteenth Pageant, Fourth Street Live, 1 to 5 p.m. Simmons College of Kentucky will host the inaugural Miss Juneteenth Pageant at Fourth Street Live. The inaugural pageant will feature 30 contestants. It also will include live music and giveaways. WLOU is the official media partner. The Mayor is expected to crown the winners.
June 18 – “Race for Justice” by Future Ancestors, Norton Healthcare Sports and Learning Center, 8 a.m. Participants will honor Breonna Taylor by running or walking 26 laps as team, one for every year she was alive, or by walking/running a 1.3-mile individual race; she was killed on March 13th.
June 19 - Louisville Parks and Recreation, U.S. Soccer Foundation, Black Women's Player Collective, Black Players for Change, Petersburg Park, 5008 E. Indian Trail, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Louisville Parks and Recreation, U.S. Soccer Foundation, Black Women's Player Collective, Black Players for Change will host a Juneteenth celebration at the recently completed mini-pitch from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on June 19 in Petersburg Park, 5008 E. Indian Trail. Professional athletes will be in attendance to participate in scrimmages with the public. Additionally, free food will be provided by Boss Hog's BBQ Food Truck, while supplies last.
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