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2024 Events



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January 13, 2024


29th Annual Brown County MLK Celebration: Bridging Cultures, Celebratng Differences

This event - which is FREE and open to the public - brings our communities together to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Virtually or
In-Person at
NWTC  campus, 
2740 W Mason St. Green Bay, WI

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January 13, 2024

8:30 am-Noon

1:00-4:30 pm

Green Bay Community Dr. Martin Luther King (MLK) Day of Service

We All Rise, the Rotary Club of Green Bay, and Union Church are working together to join the nation in honoring Dr. King by organizing a day filled with service opportunities, within the city limits of Green Bay.  This event is designed to complement the long-standing Brown County Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration.

Volunteer sign up will be open until all of our spots have been filled. Space is limited so please sign up today!

Various locations in Green Bay, WI

Learn more/sign up here

January 15, 2024

2:00-4:00 pm
Service Project

4:30 pm
Keynote Speaker from We All Rise African American Resource Center

Social Hour to Follow


MLK Day Conservation Corps Event

The Green Bay Conservation Corps is hosting an event to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a National Day of Service for Americorps. The event will have three parts; Volunteer Service Project, Keynote Speaker, and Social Hour. 

The Volunteer Service Project will be from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Tank, Kennedy, and Joannes neighborhoods. Volunteers will assist neighbors in need by shoveling driveways and sidewalks. Snow shovels are generously being provided by the Facilities Team of Lambeau Field for volunteers to use. If there is no snow, the service project will switch to a general yard and garbage clean up with City of Green Bay Public Works picking up removed items from designated locations in the above mentioned neighborhoods.

After snow shoveling with volunteers, the Conservation Corps will host a keynote speaker from We All Rise: African American Resource Center and Brown County United Way at the Brown County Central Library’s Auditorium at 4:30 p.m. The speakers will focus their talks around answering the following question: Martin Luther King Jr. dedicated his life to serving and building his community; how has MLK’s legacy and work influenced your service to your community?

The MLK Celebration will conclude with a Social Hour directly following the speaker. This time is designed for community members to reflect on what they heard and foster conversations to build community. There will be warm drinks and snacks provided for those attending, as well as activities and conversation prompts to encourage meaningful socialization. The Speaker and Social Hour are open to the public.

Learn more/register here

Monday, January 15

6:00-7:00 pm

33rd Fox Cities Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Hear from:
• Keynote Speaker Cainan Davenport | "We Have A Dream"
• Highlight Speaker Dr. Adriana McCleer

With musical performances from:
• NOIR | Lawrence University student group
• Star Scholars | Music & Poetry

Also featuring the presentation of Jane LaChapelle McCarty Unity in Diversity MLK Community Leader and MLK Educator awards

Lawrence University
Memorial Chapel
Appleton, WI

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