Seattle Center resident organizations and public programs offer virtual exploration, enrichment and entertainment throughout this month. For a complete list, go to http://www.seattlecenter.com/events/virtual-events

Book-It Repertory Theatre: 

This season, Book-It Repertory Theatre Artistic Director Gus Menary has gone all-audio to play with the form and structure of book adaptations in five “mainstage” dramas. Single tickets are now on sale for Childfinder and The Canterville Ghost. Mañanaland goes on sale Feb. 15. Also for 2021, the company can’t tour, so they have woven the work of their artists into the structure and content of every offering: Interactive Story Kits, Story Adventure Workshops, Skills Workshops and free Reader’s Theatre script excerpts. Learn more at https://www.book-it.org. 

Cascade Public Media: 

Monthly programs seek to bring the community together to learn, grow and make a difference. In February, CPM offers Insurrection, Domestic Terror and White Supremacy, 5 p.m., Feb. 16. Guest journalists Leah Sotille and Bill Morlin will speak about this long-standing threat. CPM Community Listening Session: CPM wants to hear thoughts on the most pressing issues facing central and western Washington during a lunchtime listening session, 12 p.m., Feb. 19. Well Beings: Centering the Mental Health of Black Youth, 7 p.m., Feb. 25, addresses youth mental health and well-being. Learn more and register at https://www.cascadepublicmedia.org/events. 

Pacific Northwest Ballet: 

PNB’s next virtual production of the 2020-21 season, Roméo & Juliette, posts digitally Feb. 11-15, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Also for February, PNB offers live online re-creations of PNB’s Open Program to give adults dance students the same ballet classes they know and love from the comfort of their own home, offered Monday through Saturday. More at https://www.pnb.org. 

Pottery Northwest: 

Clay artists can participate in a variety of two-hour classes offered online. Sustainable Practices: Glorious Glaze Waste: 10 a.m. Saturdays. Thrown Jars & Lids: 6 p.m., Mondays. Claytime Beginner’s Handbuilding is pre-recorded. People can also sign up for Pottery Northwest Speaks: A Roundtable Discussion with Tip Toland, Patti Warashina and Richard Notkin, 6 p.m., Feb. 26. Go to https://www.potterynorthwest/classes. 

Pacific Science Center: 

Mars enthusiasts can indulge their curiosity at two February programs: Marvelous Mars, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Feb. 15, and 11 a.m. Feb. 16. These offer an up-close look at the geology of Mars in light of the Perseverance Rover landing on Feb. 18. Ingenious Engineering, 2 p.m. Feb. 17, invites participants to create a simple rover capable of surviving a drop test and learn about some of the machines that have landed on Mars. Click on https://www.pacificsciencecenter.org/events-programs/all-ages-events for tickets and information. 

Seattle Children’s Theatre: 

There’s a place for every child at SCT Winter Drama School Classes. From story drama to acting, to musical theatre, physical comedy, improv and more. Class finder tools and scholarships make participation easy. More on classes, individualized experiences, workshop and residencies at https://SCT.org.