The Community Foundation is proud to be a supporter of the Arts Council of Princeton’s fourth annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day community arts workshops. This program received one of 20 surprise grants made in celebration of the Community Foundation’s 20th anniversary in October, 2011.
Along with Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum and the Historical Society of Princeton, with assistance from the Princeton High School Community Service Group, the Arts Council brought Dr. King’s ideals to life and into the community for an afternoon of creative learning, puppet shows, and collaborative projects, great for both elementary and middle school students, inspired by Dr. King’s words and inspirational messages.
For more details, visit artscouncilofprinceton.org. Below are two photos from the MLK Day festivities, courtesy of the Arts Council.