Music, dance, speakers and exhibits. The event is free. Lunch will be provided and will include grilled chicken and ribs donated by Cache Creek Casino. Guests are encouraged to bring a side dish to share. Music will be provided by Clarence Van Hook, along with a local youth Mariachi band. Cultural dance performances will include a Praise Dance and Native American Pomo Dancers. Exhibits will be presented by the Yolo County Historical Society, the Yolo County Archives, and others. Speakers will include UCD Chancellor Gary May and others speaking about the "The Price of Being Born Black in America" and multi-culturalism in the Capay Valley.