A Taste of Black Gwinnett Week – August 2023

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The Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce is proud to present A Taste of Black Gwinnett Week 2023, a week-long celebration of the rich cultural heritage and entrepreneurial spirit of the Black community in the county. The series of events will take place from August 14th to August 20th, 2023, at various locations throughout Gwinnett County.

A Taste of Black Gwinnett Week aims to promote and support Black-owned businesses, restaurants, and entertainment venues in the area. The week’s festivities will kick off with a unique culinary experience, allowing attendees to explore and savor the flavors of Gwinnett County’s diverse Black-owned restaurants and entertainment venues.

The highlight of the week will be the “A Taste of Black Gwinnett Celebration Event,” which will take place on Friday, August 18th, at the Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center. This event promises an evening of delectable food samples from various restaurants, food trucks, and caterers, alongside captivating poetry and comedy performances, plus a game night for the entire family.

The grand finale of the week will be the “Gwinnett Black Business Expo,” held on Saturday, August 19th, at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta Northeast Hotel in Norcross, GA. The expo will showcase a wide array of Black-owned businesses in Gwinnett County, offering products and services that embody innovation, quality, and entrepreneurship. Attendees can also participate in a health fair, enjoy a family activity area, a technology zone, and listen to inspiring guest speakers.

The week is a testament to the economic and cultural contributions made by the Black community in Gwinnett County. We invite everyone to come and experience the warmth, creativity, and spirit of unity that this event embodies.” Tickets and more information about the events of A Taste of Black Gwinnett Week 2023 can be found on the official website, gwinnettblackchamber.com.

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