Martin Luther King Jr. Day closings, events

sbirkenmeyer@vagazette.com

Closings

James City County

County offices are closed Monday.

Williamsburg-James City County schools and offices are closed Monday.

Garbage collection and recycling will operate on a normal schedule Monday.

James City County Library is closed Monday.

James City County Recreation Center and Abram Frink Jr. Community Center are open regular hours Monday.

All county courts are closed Monday.

All county parks are open Monday; Chickahominy Riverfront Park and James City County Marina stores/offices are closed.

Williamsburg

City offices are closed Monday.

Garbage collection and recycling will operate on a normal schedule Monday.

Quarterpath Recreation Center is closed Monday; Waller Mill Park is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

WATA operates on its Saturday schedule Monday.

Williamsburg Regional Library is closed Monday.

Colonial Williamsburg is open Monday.

York County

York County offices are closed Monday.

York County schools are closed Monday.

Garbage collection and recycling will operate on a normal schedule Monday.

York County Waste Management Center is closed Monday.

York County Public Library is closed Monday.

The American Revolution Museum is open and admission is free Monday.

Events

Songs for a Dreamer: The Virginia Symphony Orchestra honors the Civil Rights leader with a dedicated concert. 7 p.m. Sunday at Calvary Revival Church, 5833 Poplar Hall Drive, Norfolk. Free.

YJCW NAACP Luncheon: The NAACP branch covering Williamsburg, James City and York counties is using the holiday as an opportunity to host a luncheon to celebrate local high school schools finding success in the classroom and the community. 3 p.m. Sunday at the Williamsburg Lodge. Tickets are $40 or $15 for children, available at /bit.ly/2mu09Os.

A Multicultural Celebration of Music, Song and Dance: Accordion Renaissance presents a performing arts tribute to diversity and a variety of cultures. 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the Williamsburg Regional Library. Free; $10 donation suggested.

Several area churches also have special services celebrating the life of Dr. King. For more information, see pages 4C and 5C.

Birkenmeyer can be reached by phone at 757-790-3029.

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