Experience: Visit the Coos History Museum for free throughout the day anytime during our open hours. Visitors and community members can view the new EJI Historical Marker for Alonzo Tucker outside the front of the museum and learn about the Community Soil Collection Project completed in February 2020 in our exhibit hall.
The first 200 guests will also receive a free Juneteenth Celebration take-home kit and tote. There will be live music performed by Allison Scull and Victor Martin from 12:00-2:00. And, there will be a chance to view the Special Edition Tuesday Talk: Juneteenth, participate in the Juneteenth Community Word Cloud, and other opportunities for commemorative and community activities.
So, join us along with your family, friends, and community members for a free day at the museum to see the Historical Marker for Alonzo Tucker and join in our Juneteenth Celebration.
View the Equal Justice Initiative Historical Marker for Alonzo Tucker outside the front of the Coos History Museum
- Walk through the Coos History Museum exhibits for free and to learn about Alonzo Tucker and the Community Soil Collection Project in the Exhibit Hall
Pick up one of our 200 Juneteenth Celebration Kits/Totes featuring decorations, educational materials, activities, and more
Enjoy live music performed by Allison Scull and Victor Martin who blend roots music with a fusion of jazz, blues, a little funk, folk, and originals from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Purchase a Coos History Museum Juneteenth Celebration T-Shirt
For more information about the Coos History Museum’s Juneteenth Celebration, visit our webpage by clicking here: Juneteenth Celebration.
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All events subject to change.