Old Stone House Museum Celebrating MLK With Events For Students

A new interpretive walking path will encircle the Old Stone House Museum grounds in Brownington, shown in this aerial view. (Courtesy Photo)

The Old Stone House Museum & Historic Village in Brownington will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day by hosting online readings Friday.

In honor of King’s educational legacy, Old Stone House will host virtual readings and discussion hours for area schools, libraries and at-home learners to help teach about race and racism. On Martin Luther King Day, Monday, the Old Stone recommends a day of service in the Northeast Kingdom to honor King’s own legacy of serving one’s community. The museum is offering a Celebration Packet to use as a resource for helping to teach about the legacy of Martin Luther King.

For more details email collections@oldstonehousemuseum.org.

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