The Arts Council of Princeton will present the community's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day program on Monday, January 17 from 10am-12pm. This free, family-friendly event invites attendees to participate in a public art project inspired by Dr. King's legacy: join our painting station (or take a bundle home) to decorate signs and posters celebrating some of MLK's best-known quotes to display on your lawn or in your window. Your completed posters will serve as a town-wide celebration of Dr. King’s teachings.
Attendees will also enjoy a grab-and-go bagel breakfast, emblem-making and protest history with the Historical Society of Princeton, and canned food drive benefiting NJ Rise Food Pantry.
Free and open to all while supplies last. Arts Council of Princeton, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ. For free RSVP, visit artscouncilofprinceton.org.
This program was made possible by Princeton University, Princeton University Department of African American Studies, the Princeton University Humanities Council, and Stark & Stark.