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December 5, 2013 at 9:53 AM

UPDATE — Cat Video Fest, w/ Will Braden and Henri

Kirkland Arts Center Gallery is home right now to the exhibit “Gone to the Dogs.” Which is fine, if you like dogs and all. KAC has decided cat lovers need a few strokes, and is hosting three screenings of CatVidFest with guest Will Braden — he’s a Garfield grad, CatVidFest winner and creator of the squee-worthy “Henri, le Chat Noir.” Irresistible, no? The screenings, brought you by the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, are Jan. 3 and 4, but limited to 125 people each….tickets are on sale now. (Such a deal, too: the $25 ticket price includes light snack and beverages and a signed copy of the Henri, le Chat Noir calendar.)

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