Harrelson Center and “Bigg B” will hold Father’s Day “Gospel Brunch”
Celebration will wrap up Juneteenth weekend
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - There is an opportunity Sunday to celebrate both Father’s Day and Juneteenth.
Well-known radio host, “Bigg B” is bringing his signature Gospel Brunch program to a live audience in Wilmington.
Gospel Brunch started last year when church services came to a halt because of COVID-19. It is live streamed on Facebook, featuring inspiration and contemporary gospel music. The service typically attracts as many as one thousand viewers a week.
But this Sunday, Gospel Brunch will be in-person from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Harrelson Center in downtown Wilmington.
“We are closing out Juneteenth,” said Brandon “Bigg B” Hickman. “It’s a celebration. It began with the libation, celebration and so many activities throughout the week. We close out with a great celebration on Sunday, on Father’s Day, with vendors, food, and of course with some gospel.”
Along with vendors, there will also be COVID-19 vaccines and tests for A1C and blood pressure.
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