For those of you in the Rochester area looking for something to do this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, why not visit the National Museum of Play? This upcoming Monday, January 21, the National Museum of Play will be celebrating equality and diversity in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration will feature an ASL performance by Dangerous Signs, a poetry performance group from NTID. RIT’s Tri Sigma sorority will also be teaching basic sign language for this special event. In addition, Alfred University’s Art Force Five will provide an interactive theater performance to promote creativity and equality, and a comic book display will feature the journey to civil rights in America. This special event will take place between 11am – 4pm, and is included with general admission. General admission is $13 for people 2 years and up. There is a college student 2-for-1 discount with college ID, and admission is free for members and children under 2. The National Museum of Play is located in downtown Rochester (One Manhattan Square, Rochester, NY 14607) and will be open on Monday from 10am – 5pm. For more information about the National Museum of Play, visit http://www.museumofplay.org/.