Ann Arbor District Libraries Celebrating Martin Luther King Day

. December 31, 2018.
Ann Arbor District Libraries Celebrating Martin Luther King Day

Ann Arbor District Libraries will be celebrating Martin Luther King Day, January 21st, with a full slate of activities. Videos of Dr. King’s speeches will be running all day at the Mallett’s Creek branch, an “I Have a Dream” collaborative sculpture will be created from 1-5pm at the Pittsfield branch, an MLK Day drum and dance concert with GOREE Drum & Dance and a conversation with Veterans for Peace will take place at the Westgate branch.

Visit aadl.org for a detailed schedule

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