A wall at MLK Memorial Park in Smithville displays the famous I have a dream speech of Martin Luther King Jr. The Bastrop Advertiser.

MLK Community March. The triple-threat event of the holiday is a march, festival and food drive in one. Participants will meet at the MLK statue on the University of Texas campus for a short program before marching to the south steps of the State Capitol. Soon after, the group will continue to the campus of Huston-Tillotson University  to begin the festival. Local music and vendors highlight the festival’s offerings. Don’t forget to bring non-perishable food items! 9 a.m. Begins at 305 East 23rd Street, ends at 804 Chalmers Ave.

(Re)membering Martin Luther King Jr. The George Washington Carver museum hosts a series of screenings of films and documentaries about the life and influence of MLK. The marathon begins with “King – Go Beyond the Dream to Discover the Man” and ends with “Selma”. Free. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. George Washington Carver Museum, 1165 Angelina Street.

“Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution” screening. The National Black MBA Association Austin Chapter hosts a special screening of this Sundance featured film. Popcorn and parking are included in the price of a ticket. There will also be a mingling event held beforehand. $15 for members/$20 for non members. 7 p.m. Violet Crown Cinema, 434 West Second Street.

Peace Through Pie events. Read Addie Broyles’ blog for more on these citywide pie fests.

Blood of the Martyrs Blood Drive.  The 13th annual blood drive sponsored by the Office of Black Catholics of the Diocese of Austin is an accessible way to give on this holiday. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The van will park at Chalmers Street between Eighth and 11th Streets on the campus of Huston-Tillotson University.