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Celebrate Juneteenth – Heritage Luncheon

Celebrate Juneteenth in St. Augustine .. where Emancipation began — June 15-18, 2023.  Five days of history, culture, food and fun!

Sunday, June 18 — at the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center

Heritage Luncheon featuring Longineu Parsons – an afternoon of enchanting music for your soul and food for your body.

Master musician, composer and trumpeter, Parsons has played with jazz greats such as Cannonball Adderly. He has performed this tribute to Louis Armstrong on stage at Carnegie Hall and performed for royalty around the world. He brings his unique talent back to Lincolnville where he has deep familial roots.

This program will include a tribute to Dr. Dorothy Israel, who is among the Living Legends of St. Augustine.

Onsite parking and cash bar available.

Doors Open 11:00am | Luncheon 11:30am

Lunch is catered by Heart and SoulFood.

Tickets: $55.00

Click the event website link to purchase your tickets and for all additional info. Questions? Call 904-824-1191.


Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center
102 M L King Avenue
Saint Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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