Las Vegas diversity to be celebrated
June 24, 2013 by James
The Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival will take place this weekend, with a range of performances and attractions organized to celebrate the city’s diversity.
The event is sponsored by Rainbow Dreams Educational Foundation and benefits the Rainbow Dreams Academy, a charter school open to the public serving children in elementary grades. High scholastic achievement is promoted through the educational institute with small classrooms and an instructional curriculum based on real data.
The festival will include music with many cultural influences from around the world. There will also be exhibitors, food stands, performers and other activities suitable for the whole family.
When vendors are exhibiting at or participating in an outdoor event, they often contact local printing companies to order vital supplies for their booths. Banner printing is a standard request as the signs can be hung at the vendor’s booth to depict the companys name and products. Banners are popular because of their size and the fact that they can be printed in any color scheme. As a result of their durability, they can also be used over and over again.
The 13th annual Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival will take place in Symphony Park at the Smith Center for Performing Arts on Saturday, with gates opening at 6:00 pm.
General admission to the Festival is $23.00 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the Smith Center or online. More information about the festival, such as a schedule of events, can be found on the event’s official website.