The vigil will begin at 4:30 p.m. at Veterans Hall, Ellison Campus Center. The march will conclude in the lobby of the Frederick E. Berry Library and Learning Commons Lobby.
The MLK candlelight vigil is an opportunity for the community to honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s commitment to social activism, and the legacy that has inspired us to continue his movement.
The ceremony will include presentations by current students, song and readings, and a silent march to the Frederick E. Berry Library and Learning Commons. Refreshments will be served at the ground floor lobby immediately following the march.
MLK Remembrance and Vigil
At 6 p.m., a remembrance and vigil will be held at the Salem No Place for Hate Rock, located at the corner of Washington and Front streets.
This is an informal gathering to honor the life and legacy of MLK.
Several of Salem's religious leaders will be on hand to speak about his message and ideals.
Attendees are encouraged to bring candles and/or flowers.
In the spirt of this Day of Service, attendees are also encouraged to bring anything suitable for donation to the Salem Food Pantry.