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See what’s moving in Seattle this week: Feb 18 – 23

Here’s a look at large-scale events happening around the city this week that may impact how you choose to get around. If you’re headed to one of these big events, consider taking public transportation.

? See our Upcoming Construction & Events page for more info on construction that could impact how you get around town.

? Also, don’t forget to look at our Citywide Events Calendar for more things to do. Have fun!

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Rally: Oromo Community Rally Against Ethiopian Government.  Seattle Police Department will escort a march from Pratt Park to the Federal Building.  March to begin at approximately 10:50AM.  Route: From Pratt Park: west on E. Yesler Way, east on Dilling Way, north on 4th Ave., west on Madison St., to 2nd Ave. (Federal Building).  Estimated attendance: 400.

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Polar Plunge Seattle: Annual fundraiser for Special Olympics Washington.  At 1PM participants will jump into Puget Sound just off of the Alki Beach Bathhouse.  Event hours: 8AM – 4:30PM.  Estimated attendance: 875.

Seattle Dragons vs. Dallas Renegades: XFL Football at CenturyLink Field.  Kickoff: 2PM.  Estimated attendance: 15,000.

Seattle Opera presents Charlie Parker’s Yardbird: At McCaw Hall.  Performance: 7:30PM – 9PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000.

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Seattle Opera presents Charlie Parker’s Yardbird: At McCaw Hall.  Performance: 2PM – 3:30PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000.

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Seattle Home Show: February 15 – 23.  At CenturyLink Field Event Center.  Show hours: Saturdays, Sundays and Monday: 10am – 6pm; Tuesday – Friday: 11am – 6pm.  Estimated attendance: 1,000 per day.