Events for Jan 10, 2019
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The United States remains dangerously vulnerable to biological threats whether from natural outbreaks of disease, accidents involving high consequence pathogens, or the actions of terrorists or state actors. The U.S. government’s increased attention to health security has led to the recent release of the National Biodefense Strategy, which is a good step forward. What is […]Find out more »
Snow Day in Denny Park Shorter Days, Brighter Nights An Immersive Winter Lighting Display in Denny Park - Running from Dec. 14, 2018-Jan. 20, 2019 Grand Opening Party Dec. 14th, 4:00PM-9PM (Free & All Ages)! When winter arrives we all hope for a Snow Day, a chance to escape the drudgery of your week and […]Find out more »
The Southeast Asia by Seattle Film Festival (SEAxSEA) is a two day festival now in its second year. It is organized by the University of Washington Southeast Asia Center (SEAC), and supports SEAC's mission to actively organize Southeast Asia-related programs. The festival features 15 films that explore Southeast Asia in its diversity, emphasizing underrepresented communities […]Find out more »
The first West Seattle 2nd Thursday Art Walk of 2019 is January 10, on Viadoom Eve! Join art lovers to stroll the West Seattle Junction where businesses host free-of-charge artist exhibits and group shows from 5pm to late. Grab a walking map for the art venues and bars and restaurants that offer extended happy hours […]Find out more »
Choreographer Alonzo King is renowned for creating work that infuses classical ballet with new expression and expansive histories. With his latest work, Figures of Speech, he explores the power of lost languages, collaborating with slam poet Bob Holman, a leading advocate of linguistic preservation. Set to a collection of native peoples’ poetry and music played […]Find out more »
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