Community Gratitude Ceremony: Pine Street African Burial Ground


The Kingston Land Trust and Harambee Kingston NY are hosting a Community Gratitude Ceremony to thank the community for its support in permanently protecting the Pine Street African Burial Ground and to introduce the public to site for the first time!


The ceremony will take place at 157 Pine Street on June 15th from 10am to 11am. The ceremony will begin with a drumming processional followed by guest speakers, a Harambee Circle Ritual and Q&A. This ceremony is planned as a kick-off event for Kingston’s Seventh Annual Juneteenth Celebration in honor of African American freedom from slavery at Hasbrouck park from 1pm to 5pm.



Please be courteous of our neighbors and remember that this block of Pine St. is one-sided parking only.

Event parking will be available at the Pine Street Professional Park (street numbers 138-144). They ask that people do not park in the spaces against buildings. Look for people holding parking signs.

- Add to Calendar 2019-06-15 10:00:00 2019-06-15 11:00:00 Community Gratitude Ceremony: Pine Street African Burial Ground <p>The Kingston </p> Kingston Land Trust America/New_York public

157 Pine St.
Kingston, NY 12401
United States