"Plastics Unwrapped": The Burke Museum explores the impact of plastics on people and the planet, from life before plastics to the effects of plastics on our health and the environment today; runs through May 27 at the Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus, at the corner of NE 45th St. and 17th Ave. NE. Admission: $10 general, $8 senior, $7.50 student/youth. Admission is free to children 4 and under, Burke members, UW students, faculty and staff. Admission is free to the public on the first Thursday of each month; 206-543-5590 or www.burkemuseum.org.
Professor Wellbody's Academy of Health & Wellness. Pacific Science Center's new exhibit presents the benefits of being healthy in an interactive way with hands-on inventions, gadgets and activities; Pacific Science Center, 200 Second Ave. N, Seattle. Admission is $27.50, $24.50, $16.50 and $15.50; 206-443-2001, www.pacificsciencecenter.org.
"Aladdin": Directed by artistic director Rose Woods, this Whidbey Children's Theatre production has a cast of first- through fourth-graders recreating the story of a street urchin and a magic lamp; performances are at various times March 1 through 10 at Whidbey Children's Theatre, 222 Anthes Ave., Langley. Tickets are $12, $10 and $8; all tickets are $8 at the show at 7:30 p.m. March 9. Call 360-221-2282.
"Dot and Ziggy": An introduction to interactive theater for little ones because Dot & Ziggy, a ladybug and a skunk, need their young audience to offer some tips on sharing; runs at various times through Feb. 24, Seattle Children's Theatre, 201 Thomas St., Seattle; Tickets are $20. Call 206-441.3322 or visit www.sct.org. Discounts for groups of 10 or more are available by calling the Group Sales Office at 206- 859.4054. For newborns through age 4.
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