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We invite you to bring the family to share in a day of living history, live entertainment and games. Come experience a 100+ years of African American history in the heart of California’s Central Valley. Talk to our docents as you visit the historic homes and businesses, and learn about the families that started this historic town.
Come learn the long, continuous flowing movements of the Foxtrot; the three step, feather step, hover cross, natural and reverse turns, and weaves. Introduced into the mainstream in 1913 by Harry Fox, the Foxtrot became the most popular and lasting dance of the twentieth century.
At the main stage, entertainment will include spoken word, line dancing and live musical performances.
For more information, to include entertainment and vendor opportunities contact us at 877-245-6232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Saturday, May 20. 2017
Location: Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Vehicle entry Fee
Small Bus: $50.00 (24 or less)
Large Bus: $100.00 (25 or more)
Camping: $20.00 per night
Sites are still available at the campground. Each site will accommodate a RV or tent, and includes a picnic table and a camp stove. Make your online reservations at ReserveAmerica.