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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: Big Family Day At MOCA, Lummis Day, Alfred Hitchcock Series

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All In The Family: No reservations are required for the biggest family celebration of the year at MOCA. Big Family Day features "live entertainment, art-making activities, and student-led tours from MOCA’s Contemporary Art Start program." Writing activities will led by 826LA. Draw and listen in an outdoor art environment with sets provided by the Center Theater Group while sound activities are led by the experimental arts organization the wulf. Everyone welcome. The Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 S Grand Ave, 1:00-5:00 p.m.

Little Stone House On The Un-Prairie: A signature cultural event of the Northeast L.A. neighborhoods, the sixth annual Lummis Day Festival offers "music, dance and poetry representing a colorful patchwork of cultural traditions" during all-day, free, arts festival. Held on two sites, the festival runs from 10:30am-7:00pm. Main stages open at 1:00pm at Heritage Square Museum, 3800 Homer Street. The morning festivities will take place at stone Lummis Home at 200 East Avenue 43, beginning at 10:30 a.m. with poet readings, music, art exhibits and refreshments.

Film Thrills: The Alfred Hitchcock Series at the Egyptian Theatre will keep you jumping with the 1959 Cary Grant/Eva Marie Saint low flying classic, North By Northwest as well at the 1972 mistaken-identity murderous mystery, Frenzy. 7:30-11:30 p.m.