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Tuesday, June 13, 2017
6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Living Computers: Museum + Labs.
#GeneroCity2017 @seattlemet
Age 21+
Tickets: Eventbrite

Seattle Met Presents the Fourth Annual GeneroCity, a night to learn, celebrate, and enjoy the nonprofits and individuals that make our city the most generous on earth.

This is your chance to meet nearly 40 Seattle-based nonprofits working to make a difference both locally and globally. Become a volunteer, donate your time, or simply revel in the amazing accomplishments of your fellow Seattleites that are changing the world.

Enjoy an evening full of cocktails, delicious food, a caricature artist, photo booth, step & repeat, live entertainment, music, mingling, and Seattle’s favorite emcee, Poison Waters!

Room Circus will have a booth at GeneroCity to Connect with event attendees, explain how they can Contribute to the cause and how they can Communicate with us. Dr Hamsterfuzz and friends will be sharing their talents of improvisation, circus arts, medical parody, and music. Have a photo taken with a Clown Doc in the GeneroCity Photobooth, Clown Docs have Props!

Agenda: Meet up to 40 nonprofits in the beautifully-renovated Living Computers: Museum + Labs. Each has an exciting and interactive way to relay their mission to you!

Refreshments: You can expect a variety of food and drink from delicious hors d'oeuvres, desserts, specialty cocktails, cider and beer.


Our mission is to enhance health and well-being through laughter and joy.
Our vision is to integrate the art of medical clowning into health care.

Seattle's King 5 Evening Magazine Features Room Circus!

See the article about Room Circus Medical Clowning on Seattle Children's "On the Pulse"



“These folks are essential for patient emotional and mental care while at the hospital!

They can decrease pain.”
— Surgical Nurse


Room Circus Medical Clowning
This program is supported in part by grants from the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture, 4culture (King County Arts Commission), Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA) and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Sponsored by Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Sponsored by 4Culture (King County Arts Commission)
Sponsored by Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA)
Sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts


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