2019 Activities and Contest
We have so much in store for you at our 51st Anniversary Event! Please take the time to read and sign up for each activity and event you want to participate in. Check back weekly for more events to be added.
2019 BFD Get Movin' Walk
Mateenah Floyd-Okanlawon: Walk Coordinator
"Get Movin" Morning Work Out: Free
Start your day off right walking it out with SBFD and other members of the community. Registration and Stretching begin at 8:30am and the mile walk begins at 9:00am. Show the world a woman you celebrate. Please register for a head count. Sponsored in part by Alpha Phi Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. Click here to register
Want to be a part of the Softball Game? We need players, score keepers, cheerleaders, and all sorts of Volunteers. Cost has been waived, come one, come all, play some community softball. Game day is August 31st.
Slow Pitch Men's Division & Co-Ed Division Team
Contact Chinse Daniels 510-282-9039 for questions or call us directly at 833-420-9233
Food Contest: Best Chicken, Best Peach Dessert, Pound Cake and NEW: Best Food Vendor!
Peach Dessert Contest!
Peach Cobbler, Peach Pie, Peach Scone...whatever peach dessert is your specialty, we want to try it! It may just win this years peach Dessert contest! Sign up here! $5 Entrance Fee
Best Food Truck Vendor! New! $20 Entrance Fee.
Sign up here! We will be going around to each food truck to taste and interview
each food Truck.
Amateur Chicken Cook off Contest! Fried, BBQ, Jerk or even baked, We want to taste your Chicken! Do you have what it takes to win? Enter here for a chance to take home the SBFD best BBQ Chicken Award. $5 entrance Fee!
Best Pound Cake!
Any Variation, 7up,
Lemon, Cream Cheese
sign up here! $5 entrance
Youth Talent Program: Free
Do you have a youth that has talent and would like them to perform? Hosted by TigerKitten Production, this is a youth segment you don't want to miss. Sign up here.
Art and Education Exhibits: Free Allensworth & Sojourner Truth Museum Exhibit
Shonna McDaniels founded the Sojourner Truth Art Museum in 1996. In addition to her Executive Director duties, she is also a professional artist, teacher, muralist and community activist. Prior to 1996, McDaniels was one of the co-founders and artists of the Visual Arts Development Project, teaching art classes, conducting workshops and organizing art exhibits throughout the Oak Park and Del Paso communities. Though the museum is based in South Sacramento, it’s legacy throughout the Sacramento region is renowned to grass roots organizations, professional artists, politicians and the business community. McDaniels’ contributions have been recognized by Council members Lauren Hammond, Bonnie Pannell, Larry Carr, as well as Mayor Kevin Johnson, Congresswoman Doris Matsui, and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The museum programs are dedicated to creativity and social change within the context of an evolving, healthy community.
For More on her work and the Museum, click the link below
For More on Allensworth, click the link below
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