Visit Haynes Branch on Friday, January 12th at 4:00pm to watch “Holiday Kids: Martin Luther King Jr. Day!”
“Be inspired as you learn all about the man behind the federal holiday, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.? What were his contributions to the civil rights movement? What was the significance of Dr. King’s “Letters from a Birmingham Jail”? What was the purpose of the March on Washington in 1963? What was the message conveyed in Dr. King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech? How and why do we have a federal holiday each January to celebrate this man’s contributions to civil rights? The answers to all of these questions and much more are covered in depth with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video that reinforce important concepts?” Description provided by Infobase.
Registration is not required. This film is suitable for children and families, and snacks are welcome!