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Get Out: Party Down Marathon, Venice Boat Parade, Make Your Own Solar Oven, Scrooge Gets Psychotherapy

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Party Down via Starz

Party Down via Starz
Party Down Memorial Marathon at Cinefamily: The show's co-creators John Enbom & Dan Etheridge and cast members Ken Marino, Lizzy Caplan, Martin Starr, Adam Scott and Megan Mullally will be there (schedules permitting) to honor the death of the fan favorite show. Says Cinemfamily, "Together we’ll watch all two seasons of “Party Down” back-to-back, getting drunk and laughing and crying together. And like any good memorium, we’ll have it fully catered by out-of-work actors in silly outfits who are getting stoned in the back, and don’t really want to be there." $25, Noon-Midnight.

Venice Canals Boat Parade: The 29th Annual Venice Canals Holiday Boat Parade has been announced for 4:00 p.m. today beginning at Carroll and Grand Canal. This beloved, megalocal ritual is neighborhood pride at it's watery best. Yo Venice has a great roundup of videos if you're looking for inspiration.

Make Your Own Solar Oven: The Elysian Park Museum of Art (EPMoA) invites everyone to join them for a Solar Oven Workshop taught by Alyse Emdur and Michael Parker from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Learn to cook your food with the power of the sun. A list of what to bring and directions to their Elysian Fields location are available here.

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Scrooge Gets Therapy: The Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Institute is presenting an unusual offering for those looking to put a some brainpower behind a holiday classic with a case study of Ebenezer Scrooge. A Canadian priest-psychologist has written a paper on Scrooge’s character change in
Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, and they've arranged for him to present it along with a dramatic reading of Dickens' work. 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., $15,New Center for Psychoanalysis.