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Saturday, November 21
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All Day
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Virtual
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A perfect slice of Octavia E. Butler’s incredible storytelling, written in 1970 at the Clarion Writer’s Workshop, this science-fiction gem serves us the familiar, extraordinary, diabolical, and triumphant. It’s a story that makes one hunger for more of Ms. Butler’s work, her words, and a future, as yet, unwritten.
 
“I had started something that I wasn’t going to let the organization stop. Partly because my kids deserved a chance. And partly because they were going to settle a lot of scores for me and a few million other people … someday.”
 
A perfect slice of Octavia E. Butler’s incredible storytelling, written in 1970 at the Clarion Writer’s Workshop, this science-fiction gem serves us the familiar, extraordinary, diabolical, and triumphant. It’s a story that makes one hunger for more of Ms. Butler’s work, her words, and a future, as yet, unwritten.
 
Why We Chose This Story: A classic from a master of her genre, Childfinder is an origin story unto itself and a precursor to so much of Butler’s writing. We believe it is the perfect introduction to the thrilling digital season ahead!

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Same Day Events Showing Events on November 21, 2020

All Day

Pacific Northwest Ballet presents First Look To The Future: gala 2020

Free Event
PNB’s annual First Look Gala is going virtual and free for all to attend! Celebrate with PNB as we look to the future with the PNB premiere of Alejandro Cerrudo’s PACOPEPEPLUTO and raise a glass, raise funds, and raise our collective voices in support of PNB’s future.
All Day

Short Run Covid-19 Comics Installation

Free Event
Short Run presents a socially-distanced public display of Robyn Jordan's Covid-19 Comics.
8:00 a.m.

Seattle Opera presents Elixir of Love

Admission Fee
Utterly enjoyable from first sip to last, this fizzy concoction is opera’s most winning comedy.
1:00 p.m.

Indigenous People Festival

Free Event
Seattle Center Festál presents Indigenous People Festival in partnership with Seattle Indian Health Board (SIHB). The festival provides a venue for Native people to celebrate their unique cultures through song, dance, performances, art, food, and the sharing of indigenous knowledge.
4:00 p.m.

Winterfest Holiday Outdoor Campus Lighting

Admission Fee
Stop by Seattle Center after dark and delight in the wonderland of light!

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