Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration
The Farmington Community Library hosts this day of special activities including:
10:15 a.m. – Opening Remarks, Library Director Riti Grover
11 a.m. – Vehicle Procession
2 p.m. – Farmington IDEA Panel Discussion around race and racism with local students.
7 p.m. – Book Discussion and Dialogue on The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. The library has multiple copies of The Underground Railroad for check out. Call 248-553-0300 to have a copy held.
Register for the panel discussion and book discussion at farmlib.org/events.
On Demand Events
- Recorded remarks from community leaders upon the significance of Dr. King’s legacy and the importance of celebrating this day in our community.
- Community Statements
- Story Readers
- Student Performances
- Spoken word and choir submissions about what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stood for or what this day means to you.
Learn more at farmlib.org/mlk/.