The Huron Valley Martin Luther King Jr. Day Committee will host a series of events open to everyone in the Huron Valley Community and the Metro Detroit Area.
Our 10th Annual Celebration events provide opportunities to serve the Beloved Community, while celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a continuing effort to realize his dream as ours.
Changes for 2015:
Artist Contest- 'Freedom Song' Art Contest Submission Creation Studios at SHAC:
The SHAC will open its doors to everyone to come together creatively in fellowship to create their HVMLK 2015 Artist Contest submissions. Gather to get ideas and inspiration for your contest submission, make new friends, and access all of SHAC's art supplies for $5, or bring your own supplies for no charge. HVMLK Day will provide printed lyrics from Freedom Songs, historical and artistic images associated with the Civil Rights Movement, along with music as a source of inspiration for your original Artist Contest submission. SHAC is located at 125 South Main St, Suite 700, Milford, MI. All children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Studio Dates & Times:
- Saturday, December 20, 2014 from 11am- 4pm.
- Friday, January 2, from 11am-5pm.
Contact email@example.com / 248-797-3060 for additional questions.
Visit downtown Milford to see the 2015 Art Contest submissions on display!
SUNDAY, Jan. 18th, 2015: March on Main Street.
(See our 'Schedule' page for more details)
Monday, January 19th: HVMLK Day Committee will organize and host events (related to community service or educational about Civil Rights) while also encouraging other community groups to host similar events. More info is pending...
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"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience,
but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."
-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.