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Get Out: LA Art Weekend, Thai Festival, Cherry Blossom Festival

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Jam Session in the Mountains
Got a didgeridoo, drum, flute, shaker, something? The good folks of the William O. Douglas Outdoor Classroom over at the Sooky Goldman Nature Center in Franklin Canyon are hosting a two-hour musical event of sorts that begins at 4 p.m.

LA Art Weekend
It's the last day for tons of art happenings around town. Here's today's schedule.

Sky Observing Party!
This afternoon is the last day of “100 Hours of Astronomy," an international event part of the International Year of Astronomy. Today from noon to 10 p.m., Griffith Observatory is hosting free events and "sky observing parties." As they say, "each clear evening after sunset, the Observatory’s free telescopes will target objects Galileo observed, as well as other objects of interest for visitors to experience and view for themselves, as it was done 400 years ago when the telescope was first created." More info.