( Cincinnati ) The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will be at the center of events around the city, commemorating the life and legacy of Martin Luther King.
A special breakfast is being held there, with a parade to follow that will end at Fountain Square and a program at Music Hall to follow.
Admission to the Freedom Center is free on Monday. A community blood drive is being held there as well.
Other events going on through the day:
Northern Kentucky Branch, NCAACP 9th Annual Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Community Outreach Lunch, Newport Syndicate, 18 East Fifth Street. Pre-luncheon reception 11:15am-11:45am, Luncheon 12pm-2pm. Keynote Speaker will be Judge Fanon Rucker from Hamilton County Ohio Municipal Court.
Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Program, 3pm, Florence Government Center 8100 Ewing Boulevard
38th Annual Commemorated March, Sponsored by Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition of Greater Cincinnati, 10:30am , Freedom Center to Fountain Square, continuing to Music Hall. Metro will continue on regular schedule, Bus dedicated to Rosa Parks will participate in the Commemorated March
Public Library hosts Marin Luther King Jr. Children Programs, Main Library (2-4pm), Blue Ash Branch (1:30-2:30), Deer Park Branch (2-4pm), Hyde Park Branch (2-3pm), North Central Branch (2-3pm), Groesbeck Branch (2-3:15pm)
Presentation of 12th Annual "Keeping the Dream Alive" Award, The Church of Resurrection in Bond Hill will present its awardat 3pm, 1619 California Ave.