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MLK Day - Clearing The Path

Clearing The Path: 

A Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration - Monday, January 21st 

Volunteer: 

Register a team to serve by helping our communities Clear the Path by shoveling driveways for our senior citizens! We have challenged several community groups to help us honor Dr. King in this way. Join us today, by signing up or going to another MLK Day celebration listed below!

Celebrate: 

Join us at the United Way building (located on 31 E. Clay Ave) for a warm delicious cup of soup as thanks for your generosity and graceful heart! 

Other Community Events: 

Friday, January 18th

23rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Breakfast
Author Anne Bailey to Address at 7:30 AM in Muskegon Community College's Collegiate Hall. Tickets are numbered and for sale for $25 a person. Click here to view the Facebook Event!

Monday, January 21st

Free Community Day - Muskegon Museum of Art
You are invited to enjoy the galleries, tours, film screenings, an art activity and an evening panel discussion on this special day. Go to the Facebook Event here!

MLK JR. Holiday Screen of "Black Man" -Muskegon Museum of Art
Starting at 10:00 AM and every 90 minutes afterward, "BLACK MAN" will be screen at the Muskegon Museum of Art. Go to the Facebook Event here!

Out of Muskegon County

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Civil Rights Lecture at Hope College
Features Dr. Joy DeGruy, a nationally and internationally renowned researcher, educator, auther and presenter, on Monday January 21st, at 2 PM in Dimnent Memorial Chapel. Admission is free. Go to the Facebook Event here!

Let Freedom Ring: A Day of Readings - St. John's Episcopal Church (Grand Haven)
From 9 AM - 5 PM, St. John's will be open and be hosting a continuous reading from Dr. King's sermons and letters. Go to the Facebook Event here!

Wednesday, January 23rd

Out of Muskegon County

DEM 101 - Breaking the Silence and Living the Legacy of MLK Jr. - GVSU
This interactive open mic session will be dedicated to expressing the living, democratic legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Participants are invited to express, discuss and share their ideas about "what democracy looks like" through spoken word, storytelling, performance, music, art, film and poetry. 6-8 PM Go to the Facebook Event here!

Recurring Event

TeachOne for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
*This is an online event. Empower your students through this FREE lesson and project to teach tools of generous listening and visual literacy. Students create and share a poster with a simple image and simple text to communicate a message of kindness, diversity, and/or community. Go to the Facebook Event here!

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