On Monday, Jan. 18, we remember and celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy. His iconic “I Have a Dream” speech continues to serve as a call for equality and freedom, first spoken in 1963, and still relevant today.
To honor Dr. King, the City of Dublin invites residents and visitors to participate in a self-guided “Hike for Hope” at M.L. ‘Red’ Trabue Nature Preserve from Jan. 16–22.
20 signs with excerpts from Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech will be placed along the walking path in M.L. ‘Red’ Trabue Nature Preserve.
Hike for Hope: Celebrating MLK Jr. Day
- When: Jan. 16 – 22, 2021; During open park hours (sunrise to sunset)
- Where: M.L. ‘Red’ Trabue Nature Preserve, 6500 Post Road
- Cost: Free to participate (register online to receive necessary program updates)
Free to join (advanced registration is recommended for updates), visit the park anytime between Jan. 16–22 to complete your hike, enjoy the beauty of the park while learning and reflecting on Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
Once complete, we invite you to submit a photo of your hike and one way you plan to renew your sense of hope in the New Year using the form below.
For the health and safety of our community, please follow all current safety protocol by wearing a mask and social distancing while in our parks. Remember we are all in this together!
Contact Jennifer Vosters, Adult Program Supervisor, firstname.lastname@example.org, 614.410.4571.