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The first week of the new year may not seem very ~new~ since our lives are still restricted by the global pandemic 2020 left behind, but we can still shake up our routines in a small way by tuning in to virtual concerts, panel discussions, and other events from our homes. We've rounded up our picks for this week below, from Bainbridge Island's Japanese American cultural festival Mochi Tsuki to a new Scarecrow Movie Club, and from a reading with National Book Award finalist Jenn Shapland to A Bowie Celebration: Just for One Day! Plus, check out our StreamLocal events hub and stay tuned for a roundup of the best socially distanced things to do this weekend.
Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical
This crowd-sourced, community-written musical adaptation of the Pixar film about a tiny rat chef is made possible by the plethora of Broadway stans on TikTok. Proceeds from this one-time online premiere will benefit out-of-work performs through the Actors Fund.
Access to this event ends at 4 pm PST; tickets must be purchased by 2 pm