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Martin Luther King Day "What Are You Doing For Others?" Art Contest for Kids

Wilton Historical Society is not typically open on Mondays, but they will be open on Mon., Jan. 20 for Martin Luther King Day which is the last day of the Great Trains exhibit, and sponsoring a "What are you doing?" poster contest.

Martin Luther King Day "What Are You Doing For Others?" Art Contest for Kids

Monday, Jan. 290 is Martin Luther King Day and there is no school. The Wilton Historical Society is not usually open on Mondays, but will open on MLK Day, which is also the last day of the Great Trains Exhibit.

Scholastic is running a “Student Art Contest” which challenges kids in grades K-12 to submit a small poster interpreting MLK’s question to the world- “What are you doing for others?” 

The Historical Society will provide all art supplies as well as the necessary paperwork to submit to the contest in which there is a chance to win a Samsung tablet and for artwork to be displayed at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Bookstore.

Monday, Jan. 20, Martin Luther King Day from 10:00am-4:00pm. 

As the country commemorates the historic 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, Scholastic remembers MLK's question "What are you doing for others?"

Join us at the Wilton Historical Society to participate in this art challenge which calls students grades K-12 to creatively and artistically interpret what engaging in service means to them. All participants will be entered in the Official Contest with a chance to win a Samsung tablet and artwork displayed at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Bookstore!

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