The Nubian Jam is the oldest cultural celebration of its kind to honor and celebrate Black heritage in Snohomish County. There has only been one occasion when the event had to be cancelled, which was 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions associated with having physical gatherings. The event has been held at the Forest Park in Everett, usually beginning at 10:00am and concluding at 7:00 pm. As always, the event is open to everyone and admission is FREE. The event has a festival type atmosphere with entertainers, food, retail, and craft vendors. We feature local talent, highlight our youth, and give historical narrations. Interspersed within the event are messages from African American role models, educational and health service providers. The event is conducted in a family-oriented environment. NO ALCHOHOL OR DRUGS ARE ALLOWED.
Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee
PO Box 1552, Everett, WA 98206