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Inauguration events on Monday in Washington, D.C., will include the ceremonial swearing-in, the President's inaugural address, and the inaugural parade. The Navajo Nation Band from Northeastern Arizona will be among the entrants in the inaugural parade.
PHOENIX MLK MARCH & COMMUNITY FAIR
The City of Phoenix will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a 9 a.m. march from Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church to Margaret T. Hance Park, where there will be a community fair featuring a re-enactment of the "I Have A Dream" speech along with dancers and other fun family activities.
MESA MLK DAY PARADE & FESTIVAL
Mesa's 11 a.m. Martin Luther King Parade will run down Center Street from University Drive to 1st Avenue. An MLK Festival will be held from 12 p.m -5 pm. at the Mesa Arts Center featuring music, dance, food, and community program outreach.
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