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Black-Owned Small Business Showcase

Details

Date:
Sat, June 25th
Time:
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Organizer

Raychel
Phone:
543-7675 ext. 2201
E-mail:
rbennet@bcplib.org

Venue

Ridgway Memorial Library
127 N. Walnut Street
Shepherdsville,  KY  40165  United States

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Explore local Black-owned businesses!

Discover an amazing assortment of Black-owned businesses operating in the Bullitt County/Louisville area, and learn more about their products and services. Plus, chat with the owners for advice on starting your own business. From food and catering to media companies, there is something for everyone to explore.

FEATURED BUSINESSES INCLUDE:

  • Beenetwork Media Group/PITISE Publishers  (YouTube)
    George Addison
    Featuring publishing company info and book sales.
  • BK Royston Publishing  (Facebook)
    Julia Royston
    Browse books for sale PLUS chat with two published authors about their work and publishing experience.
  • Brew & Sip Coffee Bar & Flavorfull Catering Co.  (Facebook)
    LaToya Bradley
    Enjoy samples of chicken salad sandwiches, iced coffee, and espresso beverages!
  • A Chelle of a Dessert  (Facebook)
    Michelle Miles
    Chelle specializes in banana pudding and cheesecake. Individually packaged cheesecake jars will be for sale!
  • LG TV Productions  (Facebook)
    Dee Johnson
    Whether for your own inspiration or if you are interested in available services, learn more about this local photography and production company.
  • Lucretia’s Kitchen  (Facebook)
    Lucretia Thompson
    Taste test some of the most popular items on the menu! Lucretia’s Kitchen serves soul food/BBQ and more.
  • Serene Nights Candle Co.  (Facebook | Instagram)
    Noesha Franklin

For all ages. Just drop in!
Space, samples, and products will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Questions? Call Raychel at 543-7675 ext. 2010 or e-mail [email protected].


ABOUT JUNETEENTH
A holiday commemorating Black freedom, Juneteenth marks news of the Emancipation Proclamation reaching enslaved Black people in Texas on June 19, 1865 and their subsequent liberation—more than two and a half years after the Proclamation. The observance of Juneteenth is about the journey and achievement of Black individuals, the many contributions they make in improving society for all, and the ongoing fight for equality. It is a time for rejoicing and reflection.

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