Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Nature Walk

Celebrating Dr. King’s Legacy

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Date and Time:

Monday, January Xth, 20XX

9:30 am – 1:00 pm



Commemorating Dr. King

Each year, we come together with our partners and the Kansas City community for the MLK Jr. Nature Walk. This event encourages listening, reflection, and honoring the powerful words of Dr. King. Nature serves as a place of peacefulness, awe, and inspiration, making it the perfect setting to resonate with Dr. King’s timeless messages.





Starting Point: “15 and the Mahomies” Playground at Martin Luther King Jr. Square Park

Ending Point: Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Center


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Event Details:

  • The walk is free and open to all. You may join the walk, the presentation, or both. 
  • Dogs are welcome on the walk, but are not allowed inside the Cultural Center
  • We will follow a paved path from Martin Luther King Jr. Square Park to the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Center.
  • Event takes place rain or shine.
  • Dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes.


Post-Walk Gathering

We’ll gather at the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Center to enjoy light refreshments provided by MO State Parks. Later on, local community leaders will share insights on environmental justice.


Parking is available at Martin Luther King Jr. Square Park. Overflow parking is available at the Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts.

Agenda USA provides a shuttle from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm for a convenient return to your cars.



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Embrace Dr. King’s Legacy

Spend time outdoors, paying attention to the details of nature. Reflect on the connection between humans and nature, emphasizing the Blue River as a community asset. Follow Dr. King’s dedication to service by being of service to nature. Together, let’s create a healthier future for all.

Join us on this meaningful journey as we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and strive for a more connected and sustainable future.