You can pretty much forget going to a museum today. According to the Seattle Times, there’s a lengthly list of art closures:
Eastside Jazz Club: A concert scheduled for Tuesday is being postponed until Friday, Jan. 20. Details are on EJC’s website.
Pacific Science Center: All exhibits are closed today; all planetarium, live science and laser dome shows are canceled. IMAX screenings of "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol," "Tornado Alley 3D," "Adventures of Tintin," and "Sea Rex 3D" will take place, but will start late. See the center’s website for more details.
Pierce County Library. It’s closed Wednesday, Jan. 18. Library card holders may still use the online library.
PNB School: Classes are canceled at the Phelps Center in Seattle and Francia Russell Center in Bellevue on Wednesday. Check the website for updates.
Seattle Public Library. The library’s site says "Due to weather conditions, all locations will be open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today [Wednesday, Jan. 18]. Please call before attending an event."
Town Hall. Author Andrew Ross’ talk on "the world’s least sustainable city," Phoenix, scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed to an unspecified date. Town Hall says ticketholders will be contacted.
UW World Series. The UW campus has shut down, so Trio con Brio’s planned performance at Meany Hall has been canceled. Ticketholders are encouraged to call the UW ticket office at 206-543-4880 beginning at 11 a.m. Friday to request refunds or exchanges. You must make your request by Feb. 15.
WICA (Whidbey Island Center for the Arts): The first session of the center’s Glee Club for young people is postponed from Wednesday to Saturday. Details on WICA’s website.
"Cavalia" is due to open at 8 p.m. Wednesday night, but presenters are monitoring the weather and will make a final call about the premiere between noon and 4 p.m. Wednesday. Visit "Cavalia’s" website at or after 4 p.m. Wednesday to find out if the opening is postponed to Thursday.