2 p.m. June 19: Culture Health & Well-being. Black skin care, heart health and maintenance of emotional well-being. moderator Dr Brenda Latham-Sadler and panelists Dr Rechelle Tull, chief resident in dermatology; Dr Jamy Ard, epidemiology and prevention; and Brock M. Grace, MS, LCMHC.
3 p.m. June 19: Poetic journey through civil rights at Black Lives Matter. Featuring Authoring in Action, a dynamic group of young creative writing and spoken word artists.
4 p.m. June 19: All That Jazz. Billie Holiday’s songs will be performed by local jazz singer Janice Price. Interactive conversation with Fran Oates, as well as performances by other smooth jazz artists.
The outdoor part of the festival will include:
12-7 p.m. June 19: Luci Vaughn Nubian Marketplace featuring merchandise vendors, exhibits, food trucks, youth space, music, COVID-19 vaccines, games and more.
A woman’s game
Taste of the Triad will present a 2 p.m. dinner and show on June 13 at 4320 Old Walkertown Road, Winston-Salem.
“The Spirit of Harriet Tubman,” the solo piece about the leader of the Underground Railroad, stars Diane Faison. Faison has been a teacher for over 30 years, in addition to being an actress, visual artist, speaker and writer.