This article was first published by MileHighontheCheap.com.
Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy was commemorated in Denver with what has grown to be one of the largest MLK Day celebrations in the U.S. — even larger than that of Washington, D.C.
The 35th annual Marade in Denver was held Monday, Jan. 20.
The marade (a combo of march and parade) started at E. Colfax Ave. (at Columbine) south of City Park. Participants strutted their stuff straight west along Colfax, ending three miles later at Civic Center Park’s Greek Theater.
The event was preceded by a 9:30 a.m. program honoring Dr. King at the I Have a Dream Memorial, with the actual walk stepping off at about 10:35 a.m.
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. program immediately followed the Marade, in Civic Center Park’s Greek Theater. Festivities should run until about 1 p.m.
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