Saturday, September 17, 2016
The Henry Street Heritage Festival is the premier event of the Harrison Museum of African American Culture. This annual event provides the primary resources to support the ongoing programs and operations of the Harrison Museum of African American Culture.
As in previous years, the Henry Street Heritage Festival promises to be a great community event presenting an array of diverse entertainment, educational forums, and exposure to African-American heritage as expressed through the performing arts, crafts, cuisines, customs, and merchandise.
Past Henry Street Heritage Festival performers include Doug E. Fresh, Plunky & Oneness, Kevin L., Emily King, Rob Base, Victor Fields, Rare Essence, Donna Jones, The Barkays, Ruben Studdard, Joe, Mint Condition, Calvin Richardson, Algebra, Lacee, just to name a few.
For Sponsors, Vendors, Exhibitors, Volunteers Information:
Please send an inquiry to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 540-857-4395.
Businesses who wish to fund an event of the festival or provide a financial or in-kind donation.
Businesses who wish to have marketing or health awareness (non-selling) exhibit booth to supply promotional and informational materials about their products and services.
Individuals or businesses who wish to sell non-food related products or services.
2016 Dessert Bakeoff Contest
Henry Street Heritage Festival Presents:
The Harrison Museum of African American Culture’s Dessert Contest
Sponsor: Culinary Institute at Virginia Western
- Pies, Cakes and other Deserts will be the Categories
- Due Date for entries is August 31, 2016
- Judging will be done the day of the Henry Street Festival, September 17, 2016