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Get Out: Scavenger Hunt, Classic Comedies, Southeast Asian Cooking
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Scavenger Hunt in Elysian Park
Join a scavenger hunt that will employ all five of your senses, as assembled by John Burtle, Akina Cox, Gilda Davidian, Stefani Greenwood, Laura Marchetti and Adam Overton and hosted by EPMOA and LACE. 2 - 4 PM; Nature Interpretive Trail (near the Grace Simmons Lodge), 1025 Elysian Park Drive.
A Triple bill of classic W.C. Fields & Marx Bros. Comedies @New Beverly
Warm up this chilly Sunday with some laughter thanks to a triple bill of comedy classics. See Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941) at 5:30 p.m., Monkey Business (1931) at 7 p.m., and Man on the Flying Trapeze (1935) at 4 or 8:40 p.m., all for one ticket price at the New Beverly.
Flavors of Southeast Asia Cooking Class with Jet Tila
BREADBAR West Third, known for its artisanal breads and pastries, presents “Flavors of Southeast Asia,” the next installation of the bistro’s “In the Making” monthly workshop series, featuring authentic Eastern dishes created by nationally celebrated chef Jet Tila. Tila will demonstrate regional Asian specialties rooted in his family history and culinary passion including lessons he once learned in his family's restaurants at the Bangkok Market, from his Cantonese grandmother, and during his formal training at Le Cordon Bleu. $65 per person (plus tax & tap) includes workshop and three-course dinner. 5-8 p.m. Reservation strongly suggested; call (310) 205-0124.
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