Join Us for the 2015 Juneteenth Celebration in Howard T. Brown Park
This event is FREE and open to the public!
Food, Music, Crafts, Vendors, Entertainment and Much More!
Download and / or Print the Event Flyer: 2015 event flyer
Or click the image below for the PDF:
Confirmed Merchandise & Food Vendors / Crafters & Non-Profit Organizations:
Need your BBQ before Juneteenth? Check them out at 276 West Town Street, Norwich, or click the photo to visit their Facebook page!
Karen E. Cook – Karen is an Avon Independent Sales Representative serving customers throughout Eastern Connecticut. Check out her booth at Juneteenth and get your Avon products, or order ahead so you won’t run out! Need to contact Karen before Juneteenth? Email her
The City of Norwich’s Diversity Committee was created with a specific Mission: To increase the number of diverse applicants by engaging underrepresented groups to seek city employment. The committee is made up of city employees and community members from many different backgrounds, viewpoints, and experiences.
Princess House’s primary purpose was to provide an opportunity for women to become financially and personally independent at a time when women had few career options. The road to independence was paved by the company’s unique offering of beautiful handblown, cut-glass crystal ware and collectibles and the flexibility it offered consultants through its direct selling party plan model. Local consultant Marvie Cagle will be representing the company as an Independent Distributor at Juneteenth.
In support of the greater Norwich small business community, we’ve lowered our vendor prices! Food / Material / Goods vendors will now only pay $20 for a space.
Interested in becoming a vendor for the event? Click HERE for a vendor application. If you’re a non-profit who will NOT be making sales at the event, use the same link to complete an application (no charge for non-profits with no sales at the event).
The Norwich NAACP has instituted a Code of Conduct for vendors, exhibitors and entertainers for all NAACP-sponsored events moving forward. You may access the Code of Conduct in PDF form by clicking the link below:
The Norwich Branch NAACP does not endorse or oppose candidates running for public office, make financial or in-kind contributions to candidates, political parties, or PACs, or engage in other activity that is designed or targeted to influence the outcome of any candidate election.
Organizations or individuals participating in the Juneteenth Festival should NOT be construed or assumed to be endorsed by or supported by the Norwich Branch NAACP.