Join the City of Issaquah for two enriching community events to reflect on the significance of why Juneteenth is a holiday and honor Pride Month by joining an inclusive conversation to stand with our LGBTQIA+ community.
Juneteenth: Monday, June 20th 5:00 PM, in-person at the Issaquah Senior Center
Honoring Pride Month: Thursday, June 23rd 6:30 PM, virtual event
Join us on Monday, June 20th 5:00pm for an evening of learning and reflection about the historical and present-day significance of the Juneteenth holiday. The in-person educational community event, will feature Mr. Delbert Richardson, owner/curator of the national award winning American History Traveling Museum - The “Unspoken” Truths. With the use of authentic artifacts, and storytelling, Mr. Richardson will engage the audience in a thought-provoking dialogue on Why Juneteenth is an American Holiday that the entire family and residents of all ages can attend.
Please register for this event. Click here for more information about Juneteenth in the City of Issaquah.