Collin County Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration 2018

Collin County MLK is hosting a series of free events the weekend of Jan. 13-15 to honor Dr. King and continue his idea of unity among all people.

Saturday, Jan. 13 at 8am
Power Leadership Breakfast
Collin College

The annual free breakfast and special tribute celebrating Dr. King is hosted by the Collin College Board of Trustees and Dr. Neil Matkin. Dr. King was passionate about education, justice and social equality. We will honor his legacy by focusing on these important issues through our speakers and have table discussions on how we can now act on the dream.
The Business and Information Expo immediately follows the Power Leadership Breakfast in the atrium at Collin College Spring Creek Campus. Visit with a variety of local vendors and various businesses from the health and education industry. This is a great opportunity to learn about local businesses. If you are a local business or a non profit organization you should sign up to be a vendor.

Saturday. Jan. 13 at 7:30pm
Taste of Talent
McCall Plaza
A night to display a variety of local artistic talents in the Downtown Plano Arts District. There will be LIVE music and talents along with games and various entertainment. A great time for the entire family. Sign up to perform.

Saturday. Jan. 14 at 6pm
Unity Night
Chase Oaks Church

For the Church: An evening of spoken word, music from the All City Choir, readings, prayer and messages from local pastors aimed at launching a movement in the Church where the diverse body of Christ seeks to make God’s name famous by taking steps toward relationships, reconciliation and collaborative action.

Sunday, Jan. 15 at 8am
Shades of Unity Walk
Downtown Plano

A morning walk geared towards reaching the dream of unity. Staging will begin at 8:00am at Parker Road DART Station and our walk will end at City Hall in Downtown Plano. Plan to have your church, organization, friends and family join us to walk in unity on this morning.

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