September 7, 2021

Lynn’s First Diversity Matters Festival – Photo Highlights

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Lynn’s first Diversity Matters Festival, organized by North Shore Juneteenth Association, Inc. and sponsored by the Essex County Community Foundation, took place on the last weekend in August 2021. The event was a family-friendly festival with activities, vendors, music, food, and more.

Culture Trolley Stops included:
Galleries at Lynn Arts at Lynn Museum
Kings Lynne Apartments
Flax Pond Playground
Community Path of Lynn
Kings Beach

Partners in this event also included Creative Collective, North Shore Juneteenth, The Artful Life Counseling Center and Studio, Save the Harbor Save the Bay, Total Inspiration Athletics, Marblehead School of Music, and the Essex County Community Foundation’s Creative County Initiative!

This well-attended event took place in the highly visible well-trafficked area of Red Rock Park in Lynn, Ma and highlighted the diversity in the North Shore community and showcased the benefit of having such a diverse population, offering performances of multi-cultural Dance, Music, Poetry, and Yoga Demonstration.


Cultura Latina Dance Academy Inc.
Boston Circus Guild
ITM Step and Dance
Eva Davenport
Boston Rythm Riders


Scents for Cents
Wendy Ekole
Sasha Megie
Regulate Yours
Rebecca Unubun
Kelly Polanco (Rooted Body Co.)
Jah’Nyah Spencer
Alaia Halo
Amy Berry
Nikki Moore
Casa Calma
Lynn community television
Takelia Cook
Lujo Skin
Usborne books
Divya Johnson
Mud Dove Pottery
Cristina Pimentel
Nana Younge

Jeannette’s Fride Dough and Cotton Candy
Theara Spicy Kitchen
The Nada Cart
Golden Grub

Coming Soon!