Wondering what to do during the MLK Jr. Monday holiday? Check out these amazing activities in and around Greater Worcester and Beyond!
MLK: Amazing Grace
9:00am-5:00pm with presentations at 11:30, 1 and 2:30
Providence Children’s Museum
100 South St, Providence, RI
In “M.L.K.: Amazing Grace”, award-winning storyteller and actor Rochel Coleman and fellow actors bring history to life through songs and stories as they portray Civil Rights activists Rosa Parks, Ralph Abernathy and more.Museum admission is $12 for everyone 1 yr.+.
Winter Fun Sledding Party
102 Prospect Hill Road, Harvard MA
Get the family outdoors at Fruitlands Museum with a Winter Fun Sledding Party! They will have hot cocoa and s’mores around the outdoor fire pit to warm you up between sledding runs down the many hills. Enjoy a winter scavenger hunt. Head out on the trails. There is so much fun for all ages in the winter woods! In the event of inclement weather, please visit our facebook page for the most current updates. $5 for nonmembers.
Free MLK Day at Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Ave, Boston MA
Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by surrounding yourself with art, culture, and community. Citizens Bank has sponsored the MFA’s MLK Day community celebration for 18 consecutive years—allowing the Museum to welcome more than 120,000 visitors into our galleries to enjoy free performances, tours, talks, art-making activities, and more.
Dreams of Harmony: Music and Reflections for MLK Day
All Saints Church, 10 Irving St, Worcester, MA
Pakachoag Music School invites you to join us for musical and spoken reflections on the contributions and dreams of Martin Luther King, Jr.
MLK Day at Roll on America
Roll on America
99 Duval Road, Lancaster MA
Morning Event: Character Caravan: Visits from 4 Characters
Afternoon Event: Unlimited laser zone tag, skating, pizza and beverage at this special event with Mario and Luigi!
MLK Free Admission Day at Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo
1 Franklin Park Rd, Boston MA &
149 Pond St, Stoneham MA
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo will offer free admission on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020. Guests are invited to write messages of hope and peace on murals located within the Tropical Forest Pavilion at Franklin Park Zoo, and within the Animal Discovery Center at Stone Zoo.This is a wonderful opportunity to spend a memorable day with family and friends while learning about fascinating wildlife from all over the world.