The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be offering free admission along with live performances, educational programs and family activities for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday.
The museum will host two screenings of the Ava DuVernay film Selma, which stars David Oyelowo in a Golden Globe-nominated performance as King. They will also host exhibits on women in hip-hop, soul, rhythm and blues music in Cleveland, rock and roll in the Civil Rights movement and more.
The event will feature live entertainment from Timbara, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland, Chess Records, the Vernon Jones Blue Cartel and Project EM3.
The Rock Hall will be taking donations of hat, scarves, gloves and other cold weather clothes for St. Agnes Our Lady of Fatima all day. Visitors can also decorate gift bags with notes of encouragement.
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