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Los Angeles for Christmas

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We are headed to LA Dec. 24-31 this year, visiting our 26-year-old son. He's been there for 7 years, including college, but always comes home to New England for the holidays. Looking for ideas of any LA holiday traditions that we should not miss. Raised our boys on typical Christian holiday traditions, but haven't been to services for a few years. We'd be interested in a non-traditional service but also any fun things that only happen at the holidays. Performances? Light shows? Also, what is open Christmas Day? He lives in a small studio, we'll likely be staying in an airbnb or something, and we aren't going to try to recreate our traditional day. That said, we're not interested in overpriced fancy dinners served by people who would rather be home with their families. A picnic maybe? We've visited him several times but not during the holidays. Thanks in advance!

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