MLK Celebration

Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) served as a Baptist minister and social activist who's leadership was key to the civil rights movement being successful in ending legal segregation of African Americans in the South and other areas of the United States. King promoted nonviolent protest tactics, such as the massive March on Washington in 1963 where King delivered his famous “I have a dream” speech. The efforts in these nonviolent tactics to achieve civil rights for all, lead to Martin Luther King, Jr. accepting the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

Come join the Haines City Northeast Revitalization Group and the City of Haines City as we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy with a series of events throughout the city.  

Sunday 1/19/2020
Event: 2nd Annual MLK Gospel Music Festival “Power & Praise in the Park” Music, dance & food vendors
Where: Lake Eva Park Bandshell
When: 3PM

Monday 1/20/2020 
Event: MLK Day of Service in the Community Food & Clothing Giveaway
Where: The Haines City Police substation next to the Oakland Senior Center
When: 10AM-12PM

Tuesday 1/21/2020
Event: MLK Literacy Day
Where: The Haines City Public Library Community Room
When: 6PM-9PM

Friday 1/24/2020
Event: 2nd Annual MLK Scholarship Brunch
Where: Lake Eva Event Center
When: 11AM

CONTACT US

Oakland Neighborhood Center
Physical Address
915 Ave E
Haines City, FL 33844

Phone: (863)-421-3720

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