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Get Out: Sustainability, Kids Flicks, Art Openings

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Sustainable Sundays
Today several organizations (American Chemical Society - Southern California Section, BREATHE LA, California, Climate Action Registry, Caltech Center for Sustainable Energy Research, Coalition for Clean Air, Southern California Edison) will be taking part in activities at the Natural History Museum from 10 am - 4 pm. The NHM strives to be a resource for visitors who want to know how conservation figures into their lives by helping navigate the copious "green" information circulating in contemporary media. You can engage in interactive activities, and talk with representatives from local environmental groups in the museum's Grand Foyer throughout the day.

REDCAT International Children's Film Festival
Need something a little family-friendly to do this weekend? Or hoping to get in touch with your inner child? REDCAT is screening 3 children's films today: 12:00 PM Gentle Planet; 1:30 PM Game Changers: Films about Growing Up; 3:00 PM Animated Genius: The Films of John and Faith Hubley. Each screening: $5.