The Delaware Children's Museum in Wilmington will honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, with a special choir tribute honoring the civil rights leader.
The Museum will welcome Joyful Noise, a chorus of 45 adults, ages 17 to 70, all of whom face either physical or neurological challenges, for two performances on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The mission of Joyful Noise is to foster an atmosphere of community, acceptance and teamwork in which members can discover their voice and express themselves through music.
Performing at both 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., the choir members' vocal celebration will illuminate the power of all our words and voices.
Now through Monday, January 28, the DCM will continue its an interactive program and gallery called "The Power of Voices." In the gallery, filled with the sounds and images of Dr. King's words, young visitors can express their own hopes and dreams for the future on the DCM's "Peace Scrolls" and colorful "Hope Chains."