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Affiliate Events

Juneteenth in Da Rock affiliate events bearing the Mosaic Templars stamp of approval are organized statewide by various organizations, each encapsulating the spirit of Juneteenth in Da Rock. These events, scattered across the state, honor the legacy of African American emancipation with diverse activities.

“Juneteenth Faith and Freedom” Film Screening 

Hosted by Central Arkansas Library System  

A Black man is troubled by the legacy of American  slavery and the misuse of Christianity to justify it. He travels  throughout Texas and discovers how the Juneteenth holiday reveals  the hope and courage that empowered the formerly enslaved and their  descendants to fight for freedom in an often-unjust society. 

Dates and Locations

  • Monday, June 10th | 6:30 PM | Dee Brown Library (6325 Baseline Rd., Little Rock 72209) 

  • Thursday, June 13 | 6:30 PM | Oley Rooker Library (11 Otter Creek Ct., Little Rock, 72210) 

  • Monday, June 17 | 6:30 PM | Sid McMath Library (2100 John Barrow  Rd., Little Rock 72204) 

  • Tuesday, June 18 | 9:30 AM & 5:00 PM | Millie Brooks Library (13024  AR-365. Wrightsville, AR 72183)



Resurgent TV 

Jubilee Film Festival Awards Ceremony 


Friday, June 14
7 - 10 PM


Ron Robinson Theatre 

VOTE SoAR Juneteenth Fest Weekend 

Celebration of History Block Party 

Friday, June 14

6:30-8:30 PM

Downtown Hope Pocket Park
Hempstead County


Celebration of Resilience Parade & Festival 

Saturday, June 15 

10:30 AM: Parade
12:30 PM: Festival

Henry C. Yerger Museum
North Side Park 



Celebration of Liberation Juneteenth Royalty Pageant and Fatherhood Recognition 

Sunrise Yoga in Da Park 

Sunday, June 16

7 AM - 8 AM

Arkansas Minority Health Commission

Douglas-Washington Center
North Side Park

Monday, June 17
7 - 8AM 


Featuring yoga ambassador Sarah Thomas and DJ Nik Hud

MacArthur Park
503 E. 9th Street
Little Rock, AR 


Registration Today



Juneteenth in Da Rock Blood Drive & Interfaith Service 

Wednesday, June 19

First Missionary Baptist Church
7th and Gaines Streets

3:30 – 7 PM: Blood Drive

6:30 PM: Interfaith Service

Keynote Speaker:
Reverend Logan Hampton
President of Lane College


Please check back for updates!

Share Your Juneteenth Events with Us!

As part of our commitment to honoring and preserving African American heritage, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center is excited to curate a statewide celebration of Juneteenth. We recognize the significance of this day in history, marking commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States, and its importance in the fight for equality and justice.

We serve the entire state of Arkansas and are dedicated to showcasing the rich tapestry of African American culture and history. This Juneteenth, we want to amplify your voice and your celebrations. Whether you're hosting a community festival, a lecture, or any event that commemorates this pivotal moment in history, we want to hear from you!

We believe in the power of community and the importance of coming together to celebrate freedom and resilience. If you or your community are organizing events for Juneteenth, let us be your megaphone. By sharing your events with us, you're not only raising awareness but also inviting others to join in the celebration and learn more about the significance of Juneteenth.

For more information:

Brian Rodgers

Adult Education Interpretive Specialist