Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend at Brooklyn Children’s Museum
BCM celebrates MLK throughout the three-day weekend with interactive activities that explore his contributions to our society. Young kids can create a peace-themed craft while older children can work on posters for a museum-wide peace march.
January 18, 19, 20 11:30 for 4 and up
The Civil Rights Era is marked by the action of marching. you will tell stories, watch footage of Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous March on Washington, and join together to create a poster of peace and justice before you march throughout the Museum, reliving the legacy of Dr. King.
Let’s Join Hands
January 18, 19, 20 2:30, for 5 and under
Learn about how Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. joined hands with people of all colors on a march for his people’s freedom. Explore the big ideas of diversity and tolerance through storytelling and songs. Create a craft inspired by Dr. King’s message to take with you.
Monday January 20, 1:30, Berean Community Drumline
for all ages
The Berean Community Drumline, established in 2009, is a high energy youth program serving teens of the Crown Heights community. Modeled after the drumlines of Historically Black College and University (HBCU) marching bands, this program exudes a pride in African American history and legacy through percussion and dance. Come see these exceptional teens groove to original beats that are sure to have you on your feet.
145 Brooklyn Avenue
(at St. Marks Avenue)
Brooklyn, NY 11213
About this organization
A menagerie of resident animals and a permanent collection of more than 20,000 natural science objects and cultural artifacts enliven exhibits and presentations at the Brooklyn Children's Museum.