Check-in and food pickup at 8:00 a.m.
The program starts at 9:00 a.m.
The program will conclude at about 10:00 a.m.
Brother Jeff Fard
Katia Campbell, Ph.D.
Ally Garcia, Ph.D.
MSU Denver will participate in the Denver Marade on Monday, Jan. 17, 2022, starting in City Park. The program will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the marching portion will begin about 10:30 a.m. MSU Denver will be carrying a banner. Participants will form our group at 9:30 a.m. All Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, Family and Friends are welcome to participate with MSU Denver in the Marade.
If you are interested in marching with MSU Denver, we will be gathered near the MLK Statue in Denver’s City Park. The Marade walks out of the park towards Colfax and down Colfax to Civic Center Park where the Marade ends.
We have held the MLK Peace Breakfast for 30 years all but one have been in-person. This year we have reduced the number of attendees to 25% from prior events.
Space is limited, get your tickets early.
The event will be live streamed as we have done for the past several years. We ask that everyone register for the event online so we have an idea of how many people attended the event.
Doors Open for Food Pickup
Attendees can also check-in and get food and proceed to eat until the program starts
Food service will halt until the end of the program.
During the program we ask that all in-person attendees stop eating and wear their masks.
Upon end of the program food service will resume and attendees can pick-up their food to go or return to their seats to eat.
Masks may be removed while eating but need to be on when not eating.
Event Check-in Process
If you feel any symptoms or suspect exposure, please get tested.
If a student, employee, or guest receives a positive COVID-19 lab result, they should notify their advisor or supervisor and the Health Center at Auraria immediately.
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