Join the greater Garner community for the third annual celebration of the life and legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. This free event is being held Jan. 20 at the Garner Performing Arts Center (742 W. Garner Road) beginning at 4 p.m. The theme for this year's Dr. King birthday celebration is "One Community, One Nation, One Dream." Mayor Ronnie Williams will be our host. Nationally known educator and civil rights advocate Dr. Dudley E. Flood will be the keynote speaker. The program includes musical selections from the East Garner Middle School Choir and The Hall Sisters. Additional speakers include the Rev. James Ferry, pastor First Presbyterian Church of Garner; Latino activist Erica Torres; Garner Magnet High School Student Government Association President Samone Oats-Bullock; Mayor Williams; the Rev. Elmo Vance of Garner Concerned Citizens United; the Rev. Joseph Lovelace, interim pastor, Wake Baptist Grove Church, Garner; Dwight Rogers of the MLK Celebration Committee and Garner High Coach Eddie Gray. Attendees at the celebration are asked to bring non-perishable or canned good items to be donated to Garner Area Ministries.