Invite a friend
Free Family Movie Night
Head over to the MLK Park Recreation Center for a free viewing of Diary of a Wimpy Kid (rated PG) with popcorn. Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Please bring a non-perishable food item to donate to Feeding the Dream, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation community food drive that will benefit the Greater Lake Country Food Bank.
More About Martin Luther King Park and Recreation Center
In 1968, the Martin Luther King Recreation Center was added to the park facilities. The land for Martin Luther King Park (originally Nicollet Park) was purchased in 1916. Now the center hosts a variety of programs for all ages utilizing the many amenities; a basketball court, craft room, gymnasium, meeting rooms, volleyball court, computer lab and kitchen. Call for information on current activities.