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For Immediate Release:
January 28, 2015
Media Contact:
Trenae Floyd

Culture and Crafts to highlight Black Heritage Festival

Vendors to display wares February 7

(MIAMI GARDENS, FL) – As we usher in Black History Month, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara Jordan will hold the 2nd Annual Black Heritage Festival. Join Commissioner Jordan and City of Miami Gardens Councilman Rodney Harris for an afternoon of culture, crafts and creative artists. The Black Heritage Festival will take place on Saturday, February 7, from noon until 3 p.m., at the Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex, 3000 NW 199th Street, in Miami Gardens. 

“It is incumbent upon us to help preserve our culture,” said Commissioner Jordan. “While we plan to celebrate our contributions during Black History Month, the reality is our Black History should be celebrated 365 days a year.”

Attendees will enjoy the uplifting voices of Jesus People Ministries International Gospel Choir, African fashions, Miami Norland High School’s drumline, Simone’s Just Dance Studios, Jazz ensemble from Florida Memorial University, and much more.

Sponsors for the Black Heritage Festival include Carrie Concessions Inc., IBEW Local Union 349, Marlins Foundation, Orion Jet Center, AT&T Inc., D. Stephenson Construction Inc., EAC Consulting Inc., EBS Engineering Inc., Santana Moss Foundation, Subway, Haagen Daz, Dunkin’ Donuts, Parks Foundation, Black Affairs Advisory Board, Miami-Dade County, and H&R Block.

For more information regarding the Black Heritage Festival, call (305) 474-3011.

Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan, District 1 City of Miami Gardens Councilman Rodney Harris
Festival Celebrating Contributions by African Americans to Miami-Dade County
February 07, 2015, 12:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex - Amphitheater 3000 N.W. 199 Street Miami Gardens, Florida 33056