Saturday, June 19, 2021, 12:00 pm until 1:30 pm
399 Main Street, Greenfield, MA - Red Door on Hope Street
Juneteenth (June 19th) marks the day in 1865 (two years after the Emancipation Proclamation) when a group of enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, finally learned that they were free from the institution of slavery (if only in word). This day has come to represent and celebrate the emancipation of all African descendants who were enslaved in the United States.
In 1980, Texas became the first state to declare Juneteenth an official holiday. In 2020, Massachusetts and nearly every state recognized the day as a holiday or observance.
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Chef Kirsten & the Stone Soup Café crew
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The Café’s food philosophy is the reason its menus and meals have become a popular draw to our community. Our philosophy is to find a celebration that falls on each Saturday (or close to it) from any tradition or place on the planet.
Each week the Chef team searches the world for these opportunities to celebrate our community. We embrace cuisine from around the world and bring it to the table for all to eat. Our desire is to provide palette-expanding opportunities that meet the needs of all our guests.
Our food is made from scratch – rarely opening cans or boxes – and meets the needs of any dietary preference or restriction. Our weekly menu offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free foods as well as meat or fish protein options.
We believe that when we sit down together and share a meal we become a beloved community – a family who shares times of celebration and traditions.
Have a favorite celebration that you’d like to suggest to us? Send us an email!