Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Springfield Multicultural Festival

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, January 15th.

According to AmeriCorps, “The Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday is an official day of service and celebrates the civil rights leader’s life and legacy. MLK Day is the only federal holiday designated as a National Day of Service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities. During the last quarter-century, the MLK Day of Service has grown, and its impact increased as more Americans embraced the idea that citizenship involves taking an active role in improving communities.”

CLICK HERE for more information about Martin Luther King, Jr., National Day of Service from AmeriCorps.

CLICK HERE to learn more about ‘The 15 Year Battle for Marion Luther King, Jr. Day‘ from the National Museum of African American History & Culture.

The 27th Annual Springfield Multicultural Festival is Monday, January 15th, at Oasis Hotel & Convention Center!

Every year on the MLK Holiday, the Springfield Multicultural Festival invites groups representing cultures from around the world to come and perform on stage, as well as present exhibitors who share information about employment and educational opportunities, banking services, healthcare, and other quality-of-life local and regional resources.

Attendees can expect to enjoy live theater, dance, and music performances, aerial acrobatics, balloon animals, resources from local organizations, and more, while also promoting community and broadening the understanding and appreciation of the diverse talent, resources, and opportunities in the Springfield area!

CLICK HERE for more information about the Springfield Multicultural Festival Event Schedule.

The Springfield Multicultural Festival connects diverse people with diverse community resources while providing families, a fun and engaging way to celebrate the Dr. Martin L King Holiday.

For more information on the Springfield Multicultural Festival, CLICK HERE.

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