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Get Out: Swimsuit Ice Skating, Orson Welles 2x, Furoshiki How-To, Love Like a Frenchwoman

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Swimsuit Ice Skating @ Seaside Ice
The popular Swimsuit Ice Skating Weekend returns to sunny Seaside Ice--the only outdoor ice skating rink on the beach. Skate in your swimwear from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for the best bathing suit, too! (Of course, you can also skate in your "regular" clothes from 4-10 p.m.) Admission to this 7,200 square foot outdoor rink is $14 for adults, $12 for kids 12-under (non-skaters can hang for free); admission includes skate rental.

Orson Welles Double Bill @ Aero
The American Cinematheque is taking a look at the life and work of Orson Welles. Today at the Aero Theatre is a double feature of two of his performances from the mid-1940s. First up at 7:30 p.m. is Jane Eyre (1944) in which Welles plays the bright and charismatic Edward Rochester to Joan Fontaine's titular governess. (As an aside, Fontaine is still living--she's 92!--as is her estranged 93-year-old actress sister Olivia de Haviland.) Next is Tomorrow is Forever (1946) co-starring Claudette Colbert.