Festival set for Sept. 11-12 in Washington Park
Festival Honors Victory of Jean Baptiste Point DuSable Lake
Shore Drive Name Change and Focuses on Health and Wellness
through music and culture Saturday and Sunday September 11th and 12th starting noon at Washington Park.
music, food, arts, crafts, and games the entire weekend.
with background knowledge can provide the importance of vaccinations. There will be a vaccination station the entire weekend from the Illinois Department of Public Health Center
for Minority Health Services and the Vaccination Program.
Haiti a major and historic honor, after 242 years since founded Chicago people will experience healthy cuisines from all over the world at our festival, including Jerk, Seafood and Vegan.”
B, Blues, Jazz, EDM, House Music, Latinx, Gospel and other world music. Headlining the festivities will be The Delfonics, Haitian star Phylissia Ross and Mr. Vegas.
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