Daytona Beach, FL: The 2022 AAEA Family Fest and Movie Night at the Jack are presented by the African American Entrepreneurs Association, Inc. on October 1st, 2022 at the Historical Jackie Robinson Ballpark. The AAEA Family Fest is FREE ADMISSION and open to the public. 

This free admission event will be held on Saturday, October 1st from 2:00 – 6:00 pm with the Movie at the Jack starting at 7:00 pm, presenting “42: The True Story of an American Legend.  The entire event will take place on the grounds of the Historical Jackie Robinson Ballpark located at 105 E Orange Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32114.

Gates open at 2 pm and families will delight in an assortment of flavorful cuisine served by local food trucks favorites; music by TopNotch DJ; bounce houses and assorted inflatable games, a photo booth, cotton candy by Bounce USA Party Rental; Kona Ice and a variety of local entrepreneurial vendors. 

The Movie at the Jack will start at 7 pm with seating opening up at 6 pm.  All seating will be available in the stadium and in the outfield on a first-come-first-serve basis where families will enjoy the movie “42: The True Story of an American Legend” and a bag of complimentary popcorn (while supplies last). 

“Our mission at the AAEA is to develop and create economic development through entrepreneurship within the underserved African American and minority communities through education.  We also want to enforce the value of a cohesive and caring community that has pride in its city’s appearance as well as being a warm and welcoming community for families to be a part of.  Baseball has always been a central element in African American communities.  In 1946, Cypress Street Park and Kelly Field were elemental in the day-to-day of the Daytona Community and in the integration of baseball.  As a partner with the Daytona Tortugas with such a successful launch of the 2022 Barrier Breakers Series and “TheNine” minority inclusion initiative, we are honored to be able to bring members of our community together with the bi-annual AAEA Adopt-A-Highway Community Cleanup, AAEA Family Fest and Movie Night at the Jack.“ said Leslie Giscombe, Founder, and CEO of the African American Entrepreneurs Association.  “This is a great close to the 2022 season as we look forward to kicking off 2023!”

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