June 21 - 22
Free - Talent Show is $5 Admission
Carnes Park
Carnes Park Rd, Camden, 71701 United States

Additional Information

Schedule of events

Friday, June 14
6 p.m. - Juneteenth Jam On talent show (Camden Fairview Middle School)
The classic Jam On talent show from the old school is making its triumphant return during the 2019 Camden Juneteenth Celebration. All singer, rappers, poets, dancers, actors, steppers and comedians are invited!! There are cash prizes for the winners which will be decided by a panel of judges! All music must be edited and all outfits must be appropriate for a family audience. Failure to comply will result in disqualification. Admittance is $5 with all proceeds going towards the Juneteenth Scholarship program.

Sunday June 16 (Carnes Park)
4 p.m. - Juneteenth Car, Bike and Truck Show and Concert (Carnes Park)

Friday June 21
7 p.m. - Juneteenth Parade (Starting at post office, heading east on Washington before turning south on Adams and then turning west on Jackson and ending near the CFIS.)
7:45 p.m. - Kids Block Party (Famers Bank and Trust)
Come out for the annual Camden Juneteenth Parade!! The parade will start at the Post Office on Washington, head east before turning on Adams Street and then turning again on Jackson Street and ending near Divine Antidote. This year will feature several local motorcycle clubs, custom cars, horse, dance teams, church groups, sports teams, greek and social club and organizations. Also tabbed to appear is the Camden Fairview High School State Championship Gymnastics team and the legendary L.C. Buckshot Smith. We want this to be the LOUDEST and most ENTERTAINING parade of the year!!! A children's block party will follow immediately afterwards at the Farmers Bank and Trust parking lot with free food and refreshments, fun activities and a special guest DJ!!!

Saturday June 22
12 p.m - Juneteenth Health Fair (Camden Fairview Middle School)
12 p.m. and 3 p.m. - African American Landmark Tour and 1st Kansas Colored Regiment Historical Presentation (Starting at Carnes Park and going throughout Camden before ending with presentation at Zion Hill)

Contact information:
Juneteenth Planning Chair
Patric Flannigan

More information on Facebook: facebook.com/camdenjuneteenth