Off Grid in Color is a sanctuary for health and wellness at 11 Daisy Scurlock Road, Moncure, in Chatham County. Its mission is to lead people to greater self-sufficiency through farm raised food, birth coaching and community outreach.
Masks must be worn on the farm tour.
There are 10 acres of land at the site, with lots of woods to explore and animals to meet.
There will be some food and beverages, but it’s suggested that you bring your own. Bring a tent if you have one, farm shoes and clothes, water and bug spray.
Parking is limited and restrooms are not available. Please plan to spend no longer than an hour on the farm, to make space for others. Children are welcome, but must have adult supervision.
Juneteenth is a celebration that celebrates the end of the enslavement of African-American people in the United States.
It marks the day, June 19th, 1865, when the Emancipation Proclamation (which had been issued on January 1st, 1863) was finally read to enslaved African–Americans in Texas.
It took more than a year for word of freedom to get to enslaved people, and freedom is still a process. Some of the Juneteenth events are calls to action, and all encourage community involvement.
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