There Are Some Great Events Going On During The Father’s Day Weekend

Weekend Haps Update for the Father’s Day Weekend


  • TheHarlem Fine Arts Show, kicks off tonight, June 14thand runs through this Sunday, June 17th.Tonight’s event starts at 5pm and is hosted by Angela Stribling,tomorrow,Triscina Greywill broadcast live from 10am-3p, and then yours truly Bobby Gailes,will be your host for the Saturday evening festivities starting at 6pm.  For more information go here:


  • ThePrince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreationis hosting it annual Juneteenth Celebrationis this Saturday, June 16that Watkins Regional Parkfrom 12pm -5pm. There will be food, live entertainment, vendors, art and history exhibits along with a wide rage of activities for all ages.  WHURwill be broadcasting from the park too.  More information here:


  • On Saturday , Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Clubpresents Cheryl Lynn.Show time is 8pm.  Then on Sunday ConFunkShuntakes to the stage for two shows, 1pm and 7pm.


  • Tomorrow night, Freddie Jackson performs at the Birchmereand then on Saturday, it’s Pieces of a Dream.  Both show start at 7:30pm.


  • TheDC Jazz Festival is running through Sunday, June 17. For the complete performance schedule go here:


  • Step Afrika! The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence,is performing at the Hartke Theatreon Catholic University campus through Sunday, June 17th.  For ticket information go here:


  • Watching Oprah:The Oprah Winfrey Show and American Culture’
    One of the leading figures in modern media, Oprah Winfrey, serves as the subject of this exciting new exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and CultureWatching Oprah, which runs  through June of 2019, will explore the entertainer’s early life, her wildly successful daytime talk show and her powerful influence on popular culture. You’ll be able to view artifacts from Harpo Studios in Chicago, as well as video clips, photographs and interactive elements.  10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. |  Free admission – Timed passesNational Museum of African American History and Culture, 1400 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20560


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