Freetown Village Celebrates Christmas promises to inspire as it explores the significance of family and cultural traditions during this holiday season. Set in the 1870s in an African American community, the play celebrates the richness of community, the spirit of giving, and the preservation of family traditions.
Freetown Village Celebrates Christmas promises to inspire as it explores the significance of family and cultural traditions during this holiday season. Set in the 1870s in an African American community, the play celebrates the richness of community, the spirit of giving, and the preservation of family traditions. Tickets available now.
#PreEnact Indy 2018! We'll be there Oct 6th, 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., providing interactive, roving theater performances. Stop by the Freetown Village "barbershop" (16th & Yandes), and be sure to check out the vintage race cars (16th Street garage) and learn about the legendary African American race car driver Charlie Wiggins from his "niece".
The Freetown Village Singers will open for The Campbell Brothers at the Canan Commons, Muncie’s newest outdoor performance venue, located in the heart of Downtown. All concerts are free to the public.
The Freetown Village Singers will help to commemorate the anniversary of Juneteenth at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. Join us for a family friendly celebration of African American emancipation with music, performances, demonstrations and fun. FREE general admission.
The Freetown Village Singers have been invited to perform at the "Little Library on the Prairie" Festival, hosted by the Johnson Co. Library (Trafalgar Branch).
Freetown Village Singers will perform at 1:00 p.m. at the 32nd Annual IPS/ IEA Multicultural Festival @ Lafayette Square Mall. Table and board exhibits on equity, social justice and diversity will fill the food court, while cultural performances will be featured on stage throughout the day.
Freetown Village will be celebrating 35 years of educating through the arts with the Freetown Friends and Family Reunion on Friday April 6th, 2018. This event will take place at the Madame Walker Theatre in the Grand Casino Ballroom at 6pm.
If you have ever been a part of Freetown Village, participated or contributed to programs, seen a performance, or just support the mission, you are invited!!
Dinner will be catered by Simply Southern Soul Food. Entertainment will be provided by special guest performances from both current and former Freetown Singers and Actors. There will also be an open mic for anyone who wants to grace the Freetown stage with their talents.
Cost is $15.00 per person. Stop by the office to make your reservation, or online http://bit.ly/2F02xqA