What to do in Seattle this weekend, for $20 or less

Looking to shake up your regular routine? Check out these three ideas for what to do in Seattle this weekend, all clocking in at under $20 per person.

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This event features HER Seattle's first community panel discussion regarding how race influences connections and relationships within the LGBTQ+ community. The conversation, led by queer women, will touch on topics of tokenism, colorism, bias and discrimination. 

Stick around afterward for a queer-centric party filled with energetic dancing and great tunes. 

When: Friday, March 15, 8 p.m.- Saturday, March 16, 2 a.m.
Where: Fred Wildlife Refuge, 128 Boylston Ave. East.
Admission: $15
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St. Hack-trick's Day

For those in the tech community who wish to make a difference within the community, stop by Code Fellows this Saturday for a night of networking with community organizations like OrcaSound, a web-app that promotes marine conservation.

Designers, coders, researchers, project managers and tech professionals are all encouraged to attend. Bring your own laptop, your thinking cap and an open mind. Coffee will be complimentary. 

When: Saturday, March 16, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Code Fellows, 2901 Third Ave., #300.
Admission: Free
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Polecat St. Paddy's Day Party

Head down to the Nectar Lounge on Sunday as folk group Polecat takes the stage. With over 700 performances in four years, this group uses unique instrumentation to combine a number of genres into a sound unlike any other, with influences from reggae, rock, Celtic and Americana music.

When: Sunday, March 17, 7 p.m.- Monday, March 18 12 a.m.
Where: Nectar Lounge, 412 N. 36th St.
Admission: $10 (General Advance)
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