BLUFFTON, S.C. (WTOC) - Martin Luther King Day is just around the corner, and communities around the area have adjusted their plans in order to celebrate safely.
In Bluffton, a combination virtual events and in-person events with limited capacities are planned.
On Sunday, the movie “Selma” will be screened at Bluffton Cinemark. The theater’s capacity will be limited to 35 people.
Bluffton’s normal MLK Day parade has been changed to a car parade.
Thursday, Jan. 14: “I Have A Dream: The Romanticizing of A King: The Real About the Movement”
- 7:00 p.m.
- Streaming live on Bluffton MLK Observance Committee’s Facebook page.
Saturday, Jan. 16: “3rd Annual Black Excellence Ball”
- Virtual event
- Performances, awards, live entertainment
Sunday, Jan. 17:
- “Selma” screening at Bluffton Cinemark (106 Buckwalter Parkway)
- Discussion to follow
- Tickets: $6.50 (purchase at eventbrite.com)
- 35 ticket limit
Monday, Jan. 18: MLK Car Parade Memorial Program/Gullah Market
- Car parade starting and ending at the Bluffton Eagles’ Field
- Memorial Program
- Gullah Market