Juneteenth is  the oldest Black American holiday in America and will be celebrated on June 16th in Campfield Park on North Kimball Street in Casper.Festivities start at 3pm with a reading of the Juneteenth Proclamation from the Mayors office by Paul Meyer, Police Chief Chris Walsh is the key note speaker and Senator Charles Scott will also speak.

This event is open to the public, however if you plan to attend you are asked NOT TO BRING PETS!

Free Bar-B-Que with all the trimmings will be served with an abundance of fun and fellowship for all that attend. Three on three basketball,  a bounce house and musical entertainment will keep you and your family engaged throughout the afternoon.

Freewill donations will be greatly appreciated to help off set the cost of the celebration. More information is available by calling Pastor William Pierce at (307) 237-0831.