Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The celebration will include multicultural performances, awards and a dynamic keynote speaker.” The program’s theme will be “Enduring Hope, Enduring Progress”  In addition to the program, there will be information booths from a variety of organizations, service projects with ways to give back to the community and an opportunity to register to vote.

As part of the celebration, the City of Rockville’s Human Rights Commission will present three awards.  

The celebration is free and open to all ages. A reception will follow.

 Event Date

Monday, January 21, 2019

Richard Montgomery High School
250 Richard Montgomery Drive

For information about access, call the city’s Americans with Disabilities Act coordinator at 240-314-8108.

 Still have questions? Contact: 

Community Engagement
111 Maryland Ave.
Rockville, MD 20850

Event Details

9:30 a.m.Community service project opportunities and voter registration 
11 a.m.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. program starts
12:30 p.m.Reception and continuation of service projects and voter registration

Award Nominations

Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Award Nominations 

The Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Award is given to a student from a Rockville high school who has worked to fulfill Dr. King's dream. Find and submit the Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Award nomination form online.


F. Michael Taff Award Nominations

The F. Michael Taff Award is given to a business, organization or adult that has helped to improve the lives of people with disabilities. Find and submit the F. Michael Taff Award nomination form online.