Saturday, June 2, 11am-8pm, E. Long St. between N. Garfield Ave. and Lester Dr. [in the King-Lincoln District]

The African-American Cultural Festival, produced by the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department with support from the Department of Neighborhoods, celebrates freedom and equal rights through opportunities to experience the rich history of the African-American culture.

This event will showcase local talent while honoring history and community through live music, spoken word and dance performances in Columbus’ historic King-Lincoln District.

Activities for the entire family include KidsZone fun, community and wellness resources, food vendors, and an educational walk along the Long St. Cultural Wall, a landmark that explores the history of the Near East Side of Columbus and recognizes individuals who have helped to make that neighborhood what it is today.

This family-filled day of fellowship, food and fun is open to all; admission is free.


Saturday, June 2, 2018 - 11:00am

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