Join Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum, the Arts Council of Princeton and the Historical Society of Princeton as we honor the life and teachings of Martin Luther King, Jr. in an afternoon of art and learning activities.
Through art and interactive activities, we'll celebrate MLK Jr.'s courage and accomplishments. Visit different rooms with your child to learn about Dr. King's life and legacy, draw inspiration from his quotes and lasting messages, or craft a fun art project that taps into each individual's creativity.
Each child will make a puppet, and they will collaborate with others to create and practice skits that resolve conflicts in a peaceful way.
This program is open to the public and is FREE of charge WITH a non-perishible or canned food item for each attendee. All food collected will be donated to the Crisis Ministry -- helping those who need a hand in local communities.