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Best events for kids this week: ‘Miss Electricity,’ Winter Storytelling Festival

Anna Jackson plays Violet, a little girl with big powers in "Miss Electricity." (Melanie Beus)

Today we sent our weekly Going Out Guide With the Kids e-mail newsletter, packed with ideas from the Going Out Gurus and great reads for parents from the rest of The Post. If you want to get in on the action, sign up to get it here.

To give you a glimpse of the newsletter, we offer you three of our picks:

‘Miss Electricity’ (Saturday) In this play, a young girl acquires super powers after being struck by lightning twice.

Martin Luther King Jr. Parade (Monday) No need to travel to Baltimore to see a parade honoring Martin Luther King Jr. The January parade celebrating the civil rights leader returns to Southeast.

Winter Storytelling Festival (Friday-Sunday) The National Museum of the American Indian hosts a weekend festival with storytelling, dancing and a totem pole unveiling.


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