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Erika's Weekend Picks Feb 20-21: Watch "The Muppets" at Olympic Sculpture Park, Yo-Yo championships, UW dance and music showcase

BYO cardboard to construct your own car for the "drive-in" movie at noon at the Olympic Sculpture Park this Saturday.

Seattle Art Museum

Pacific Northwest Regional Yo-Yo ChampionshipSat Feb 20, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Seattle Center Armory. FREE. Can you Rock the Baby and Walk the Dog? Come watch the best of the best compete for the Championship Title and learn a few new yo-yo tricks in the process. Yo-Yo Championship.

SAM Winter Weekends: Kid's Saturdays in the ParkSat Feb 20, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.  Olympic Sculpture Park. FREE. Explore the Echo exhibit, then create your own Echo Phone with artist Sandra Farmer. Don't forget to BYO cardboard box to create your own vehicle for the 'drive-in' movie (The Muppet Movie) at noon. Please RSVP.  seattleartmuseum.org

Dance Party with the Not-Its!, Sun Feb 21, 11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. The Vera Project at Seattle Center. FREE. Come celebrate the release of the Not-Its! sixth album and dance your socks off to their clever, catchy, high energy tunes. Dance Party Vera Project. 
Northwest Flower & Garden Show, Fri - Sun, Feb 19-219 a.m. - 6 p.m. WA State Convention Center. Browse the amazing displays celebrating the National Parks Service Centennial, then enjoy the 'Garden Wars' competition and a kids' treasure hunt. $17-22, $5 ages 13-17, free for 12 and younger. NW Flower & Garden Show. gardenshow.com
Culturalfest Performance Showcase, Sat Feb 20, 7 p.m. Meany Hall UW. The best of UW artists, musicians, singers, dancers and choreographers take the stage to celebrate diversity and talent from around the globe. Pre-show entertainment starts at 5 p.m. $15, free ages 10 and younger. http://www.fiuts.org/events/culturalfest/performances
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