MLK website cover
MLK website cover



MLK website cover
MLK website cover


          The Time is always Right to do What is Right !

                   2021 Theme taken from the famous "Letter from a Birmingham Jail"




     Mon., Jan 18, 2021         6:30 pm

 We invite you to our first virtual program!

We may not be able to be in our favorite venue this year, but look what we do have!


George Kilby, Jr.

Wendy Woo


featuring Abdoul Doumbia

& John Drace

Katrina Wright Weber

Sierra Fournier

The Dream Makers

from the 

Cultural Enrichment Center

Speakers from 6 northern Colorado communities came together to honor Dr. King and his life, legacy and achievements.

Loveland artist Scott Freeman shares his special collaboration with a midwest school to create a dynamic mural with a powerful message for school

& it's students.

A new art installation honoring Dr. King created from single-use-plastic by artist Heather Fortin Rubald


 A visit to the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, in Denver's City Park 

and proudly presenting the Thompson School District Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art & Essay contest winners.

Join us virtually through VIMEO when we go live at 6:30 pm Monday, Jan 18, 2021!

And as always , free and open to the public!

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  exhibit is currently available to view in the main lobby display case at the 

Loveland Public Library at 

300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland C80537

Speaker Series

April      Back by popular demand!

               Dr. Vern Howard returns to 

               Loveland to bring us

               His Ultimate Sacrifice, Part 2

               The story behind the                                   assassination of Dr. Martin                         Luther King, Jr.

               Don't miss this chance to hear 

               this animated and nationally

               recognized speaker.

               Virtual program details to be                       announced in March.

                   Free and open to the public


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Our group's goal is to help educate, create and coordinate opportunities for events, community projects, and programs regarding justice, civil rights, diversity, equality, voting rights, and non-violence and to provide those free to the public. 

Dr MLK Jr Loveland Events committee fosters acceptance, tolerance and diversity in the Loveland community and supports local efforts and individuals who work on the many issues related to civil rights. 

Join us & be a champion for                 ALL!

The Loveland MLK Committee is a volunteer citizen organization that welcomes members, support and donations under its 501 C3 nonprofit designation. Learn more on our Donate page.

Dr. George Stevens, Rotarian

The lively discussions did not end when facilitator and AIMS Community College Dean Heather Lelchook called time!

Dr. Ray Black, CSU (2nd from right) and Professor Clint Heiner, AIMS (far right) deftly field questions from students.

The event at the Loveland Museum on April 5, 2018 commemorated the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination.

Hosted by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Loveland Events and Loveland Museum with guest panelists from CSU and AIMS Community College.