The list is long and full of variety, something for everyone this third week of June in #JxnMS.
Educator John Spann, formerly with the Two Mississippi Museums and now the Mississippi Humanities Council, talks about Juneteenth, a celebration of emancipation for African Americans following slavery in the United States.
Juneteenth is this weekend, and several calendar events center around the holiday commemorating of the ending of slavery in the United States. There’s music, markets and food, too.
Chef Enrika Williams returns to the show to talk about National Soul Food Month, Black food culture and an upcoming juke joint dinner at Foot Print Farms for Juneteenth weekend, part of Magnolia Sunset Markets.
Greater Jackson Arts Council has secured a title sponsor, the Jackson Heart Foundation, for the upcoming limited-edition signature Keith Haring Fitness Court project.
New Orleans-based District Donuts Sliders Brew is coming to JxnMS. Belhaven Town Center made the announcement via social media on Tuesday. The eatery will locate in the former space of Campbell’s Craft Donuts.