WE Day Kentucky 2017

What are you fighting for?

Students 3rd through 12th grade that have
served their local and global communities
are welcome to join us on April 18th
Here's the 2017 schedule:

8am– Doors for the Kentucky Center for the Arts will open. Donations of personal care items will be collected for the We Day Call to Action as groups arrive.

8am-9am – The Fan Zone will be open and ready for your students to explore! They can sign the message board, interact with the Squallis Puppeteers and Cirque Louis performers and jump in the boxing ring to “fight for their cause.” Make sure to stop by the Community Corner to learn about local non-profits and get ideas for future service projects.

9am – Doors to the Whitney Hall open, schools should follow their color assignment that they will receive before the event to find their seating.

9:30am-12:15pm – The 5th Annual We Day Community Kentucky event will take place. Prepare for awesome performers such as Jordan Smith, guest speakers such as the founder of WE Craig Keilburger and Lonnie Ali and much more!

12:15pm – Students will pick up their lunches, participate in group discussions and have time to enjoy local radio stations on the front steps of Kentucky Center.

12:45pm – The We Day Walk of Compassion will begin on the front steps
of the Kentucky Center for the Arts.

1:30pm – Depart the Kentucky Center and start planning your service for next year!

WE Day is a powerful, life-changing event that combines the energy of a live concert with the inspiration of extraordinary stories of leadership and change.
This Year's WE Day Kentucky will feature a special tribute to Louisville's own Muhammad Ali
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts - 501 W. Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202
Remember, You can’t buy a ticket to WE Day - you earn it through service! Students who complete one local and one global service project will earn their ticket to celebrate at WE Day!