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Next Week — Movin' Around the World: Virtual Brings Music and Dance to Your Homes!

Northwest Folklife community,

During these times of uncertainty, Northwest Folklife and Seattle Center remain committed to uplifting our community and celebrating the arts and culture of our region while we navigate a world that requires us to remain physically apart at this time. That's why we're taking Movin’ Around the World online! Movin' Around the World: Virtual, Apr. 13-17, 2020, invites youth and families to experience the cultures of our Pacific Northwest neighbors from your own home.

Starting on Monday, kids and families can participate in dance, music, and culture from local artists and culture bearers, as they showcase performances and workshops through recorded videos that will be uploaded daily onto the Movin' Around the World: Virtual website.

Each day of the week will focus on a new topic or theme to get kids moving and learning. Daily videos will highlight a performance or workshop paired with additional resources and activities from Northwest Folklife partners that spark creativity and curiosity.

Movin' Around the World: Virtual
April 13-17, 2020
Online at
Committed to Access for All | Suggested Daily Donation: $5-10
Directly Support Participating Artists | Link in Schedule 

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By making a gift of $10 or more, YOU are helping sustain Northwest Folklife’s youth and family programs for years to come. Your support is a testament to the importance of upholding the arts, culture, and music that make up our daily lives. During this time of uncertainty, we remain committed to bringing communities together to celebrate the rich arts and cultural heritage of our region.
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Movin’ Around the World: Virtual is presented by Northwest Folklife and Seattle Center as a part of the year-round program, Our Big Neighborhood.

Northwest Folklife and Seattle Center, both dedicated to breaking down barriers through cultural inclusion and understanding, create events co-curated with Northwest communities. Our Big Neighborhood offers accessible programming to positively impact children and families by providing early childhood cultural understanding and encouraging families to stay active and learn together – to build stronger communities. To learn more about Our Big Neighborhood and other programming at Seattle Center, please visit or call 206 684-7200. 



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