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Greenwich House celebrates Juneteenth Jubilee

What's a party with bubbles?
Photo by Tequila Minsky

Greenwich House held a Juneteenth Jubilee in the late afternoon on June 18 on Jones Street. The event was closed to traffic.

Villagers of all ages enjoyed a late afternoon of music, dance and storytelling. 

Photos by Tequila Minsky

And they were dancing in the street.
Rhythm, melodies, song and instrumentation portray generations of the Black Experience.
And they were dancing in the street.
Tribute to New Orleans’ marching to music in the street.
What’s a party with bubbles?
The afternoon—awesome for everyone.
Rhythm, melodies, song and instrumentation portray generations of the Black Experience.
Rhythm, melodies, song and instrumentation portray generations of the Black Experience.
Rhythm, melodies, song and instrumentation portray generations of the Black Experience.
Music makes you want to dance.
A very expressive puppet engages children in the most delightful way.
An afternoon that attracted New Yorkers of all ages.
A very expressive puppet engages children in the most delightful way.
A very expressive puppet engages children in the most delightful way.
All tuckered out.
The street event attracted multi-generational participation.
The street event attracted multi-generational participation.
The event even inspired this artist who quickly portrayed the scene with paint.
The street event attracted multi-generational participation.
A very expressive puppet engages children in the most delightful way.
All ages loved the afternoon’s music.
A New York afternoon for all.
The street event attracted multi-generational participation.
After the Juneteenth Jubilee, an exhilarating afternoon, friends and musicians pose outside of Greenwich House Pottery on Jones St.

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