Project Unity to Host Unity Fest
November 10, 2021
The City of Tuscaloosa’s Project Unity will hold the first-ever “Unity Fest” on Thursday, December 9, from 5 – 7 p.m. at the McDonald Hughes Center. Members of the community are invited to attend this free event to learn more about Project Unity recommendations while enjoying free food, children’s activities and more.
“This event will provide a great opportunity for our officers and City officials to interact with our community in a fun and exciting way while also learning more about Project Unity,” said Tuscaloosa Police Department’s Deputy Chief, Severn Sanders. “It is important for us to hear from our community and involve them in the important decisions that this team is making.”
Activities will include children’s games, a slam-dunk competition, performances by Drum Nation, a chili cook-off competition, and more. Free food will be cooked and provided by the Tuscaloosa Police Department and Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue. The first 50 children to arrive will receive free passes to the upcoming Holidays on the Plaza Ice Skating rink.
To learn more about Project Unity, visit unity.tuscaloosa.com