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NOVEMBER 2021

Ongoing thru November

Wakamatsu Open Farm Days * Open first and third Saturdays, 10-2pm. Each day has special programming, so come often.See the site of the first Japanese colony in U.S., walk around the farm, visit the 1871 gravesite of Japanese girl Okei-san, vist the 1850s farmhouse, enjoy the lake and a picnic. For more information on activities at each Open Farm Day, check out ARConservancy.org/wakamatsu.

November 6

Bluegrass & Brews * The Placerville Shakespeare Club invites the community the Bluegrass & Brews concert featuring the Quartz Mountain Ramblers. Join in on the fun for an afternoon of great music, brew tasting, wine and beverages. Concert tickets ($20) include beer tasting and popcorn. No host wine, beer and beverages will be available. Concert will be held at the Shakespeare Clubhouse, 2940 Bedford Ave, Placerville, 4-6pm. Doors open at 3pm. Call Cherie at 916-337-5045 for advance reservations. Tickets can be bought at the door, but seating is limited.

November 6 & 7

Wine Harvest Festival * The Fair Play Wineries Harvest Festival celebrates the harvest at more than 20 wineries in the Fair Play area. Starts Saturday at 11am, ends Sunday 4pm. Enjoy food, music, games and, of course, wine tasting as you explore the region. More info: www.fairplaywine.com

November 9

Woodworking Meetings * Gold Country Woodcrafters has been meeting by Zoom each 2nd Tuesday of the month. Face-to-Face meetings are planned. Please call for update and details: John Brideson, president, Jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net or 916-933-0482.

November 10

Preserving Rivers & Land * Join Elena DeLacy, ARC's executive director, and special guests from CapTrust Community Foundation, for this virtual storytelling session, 4:30-5:30pm. Listen to the inspirations and motivations of ARC's Legacy Circle members. Why did they bequeath their gifts of land and other assets to ARC? How did they plan their gifts? Besides stories, testimonies and general information, a portion of the session will answer your questions. All are welcome to this virtual program. FREE. A detailed email will be sent once you register online: https://app.donorview.com/kPpKx

November 13

Tai Chi-Qigong and Dance * Learn selected Tai Chi-Qigong movements and transform them into gentle dance expressions with music segments, 10-11am. Movements will promote qi circulation to your physical, mental and spiritual self during autumn and help promote the wellness of your lungs, intestines and lymphatic system. Join this session led by Dr. Tze-yue Gigi Hu, a semi-retired Asian Studies educator and author. She teaches therapeutic Tai Chi and Qigong to selected communities. See her website, calmhappytaiji.com. Ages 8+ welcome. Meeting location is Gold Hill area. Suggested Donation: $5/members, $10/non-members. A detailed email will be sent once you register online athttps://app.donorview.com/v6r59

November 20

Christmas Craft Faire * The Cameron Park CSD will hold its annual Old Fasioned Christmas Craft Faire at the Community Center. Vendors are encouraged to sign upnow for a booth, and the public is invited to attend. More info to come at: www.CameronPark.org, 530-677-2231.

November 20

3rd Saturday Artwalk * Historic Placerville with art demonstrations, music at the Belltower starting at 5pm with many stores and galleries open until 8pm. Excellent stores and galleries with excellent gifts for the holidays. More info, 530-303-8186, pdaonmainstreet@gmail.com, placerville-downtown.org

November 21

Knickerbocker Creek Bird Walk * Tim and Angela Jackson typically lead a bird walk here in the spring. Join them from 8-Noon during fall as they return to the same location to see what songbirds, raptors and water birds are there now. Tim maintains a website (eldoradobirds.com) on birdwatching in El Dorado County. Angela is a local writer and photographer. This is a slow-paced, easy-moderate hike of 3-4 miles. Quiet, mature children 8+ welcome. Meeting location is in Cool area. FREE. A detailed email will be sent once you register online. https://app.donorview.com/yW3gr

DECEMBER 2021

December 3

Christmas Tree Lighting * The Cameron Park CSD will hold its 5th annual Tree Lighting at Christa McCauliffe Park. More info to come at: www.CameronPark.org, 530-677-2231.

December 3 - 19

Local Theater * Imagination Theater is back and presenting Disney's "Frozen Jr." For more info: www.itplacerville.org and 530-642-0404.

December 4

Christmas Tree Lighting * Festivities for the El Dorado Hills Town Center 2021 Tree Lighting start at 5pm. The tree lighting will be at 6:30pm. Before going, be sure to get an update at the website for festivities and any regulations due to COVID: www.edhtowncenter.com.

December 4

Rummage Sale * Previously Enjoyed Treasures * The Placerville Shakespeare Club is hosting a special rummage sale featuring festive holiday decorations and many under-the-tree gifts such as books, toys, puzzles and games. The one-day sale will also have warm winter clothing including coats, jackets and sweaters. The event is 9am-4pm at the clubhouse, 2940 Bedford Ave, Placerville. Come early for the best bargains and bring your really large shopping bag. More info: www.placerville-shakespeare.com and kkmeyer1968@yahoo.com.

December 4

Santa Swim * Sign up for this Community Center event at the Cameron Park CSD. More info to come at: www.CameronPark.org, 530-677-2231.

December 4 & 5

Homes for the Holidays Tour * Sponsored by the Assistance League Sierra Foothills, the community is invited to celebrate the magic of the holidays. Proceeds help disadvataged and homeless children in the community. More info at resource@alsierrafoothills.com.

December 5

Christmas Parade * The annual Hangtown Christmas Parade is scheduled for today, a celebration wending through downtown Historic Placerville, starting at 1pm and lasting until about 3pm. Before you go: verify the date/time at HangtownChristmasParade.com.

December 7

Woodworking Meetings * Gold Country Woodcrafters has been meeting by Zoom each 2nd Tuesday of the month. Please call for update and details regarding Face-to-Face meetings and the annual Christmas dinner: John Brideson, president, Jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net or 916-933-0482.

December 18

3rd Saturday Artwalk * Historic Placerville with art demonstrations, music at the Belltower starting at 5pm with many stores and galleries open until 8pm. Excellent stores and galleries with excellent gifts for the holidays. More info, 530-303-8186, pdaonmainstreet@gmail.com, placerville-downtown.org

JANUARY 2022

 

January 1

New Year's Day Labyrinth Walk * Celebrate the start of the New Year with a mindful walk from 1-3pm. The Abode of Peace Labyrinth in Georgetown, CA, is among the most spectacular labyrinths in the world. Join Labyrinth builder David Blonski to learn about the history and uses of this meditative pathway. Bring your new year's resolutions or set a new intention to create a fabulous new year. Quiet 8-year-olds+ w/adult supervision welcome. This is an easy 1-mile walk. Rain postpones. Meeting location in Georgetown. Suggested donation $10/members, $15/non-members. A detailed email will be sent once you register online at app.donorview.com/9jVqy

January 11

Woodworking Meetings * Gold Country Woodcrafters has been meeting by Zoom each 2nd Tuesday of the month. Please call for update and details regarding Face-to-Face meetings, John Brideson, president, Jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net or 916-933-0482.

January 15

Magnolia Hike to the River * This approximately 5-mile intermediate hike (12:30-3pm) to the South Fork of the American River — with steep elevation changes — starts at the Magnolia parking area. Ami Stroud will guide you through Gerle Loop, a Cedar forest and over a creek to the Connector Trail that meets at the Down and Up Trail (this is the steepest part of the hike). You will visit the South Fork of the American River with beautiful views of rolling green foothills.These trails and segments of previously privately owned land were put together over decades of hard work and fund raising by the American River Conservancy. Fit 10-year-olds+ welcome. Well-behaved dog on-leash OK. Meeting location in Pilot Hill. FREE. A detailed email will be sent once you register online at app.donorview.com/G96OY

January 23

Poetry Walk & Workshop * 12-2pm Taylor Graham, El Dorado County's first Poet Laureate, and award-winning Sacramento-area poet Katy Brown will lead an exploration of farmhouse, barn, and surroundings, as part of their "Capturing Wakamatsu" event, Noon-2pm. They will then ask participants to write a poem inspired by what they've experienced. Any who wish to share their poems with the group and ARC may do so. Children 8+ welcome with adult supervision. Meeting location Gold Hill area. Suggested Donation: $5/members, $10/non-members. A detailed email will be sent once you register online at app.donorview.com/Mq7Em

January 23

Snowshoe Trip, Hwy 50 Corridor * Dates TBD weather/snow dependent * Sign up to get details about upcoming snowshoe trips led by Victor Romero on Tuesdays or Thursdays this winter. Adults only. Moderate to difficult. Meeting location in Placerville. Suggested donation $10/members, $15/non-members. A detailed email will be sent once you register online and again when dates are confirmed. Go to app.donorview.com/6oY7W

FEBRUARY 2022

February 15

Woodworking Meetings * Gold Country Woodcrafters has been meeting by Zoom each 2nd Tuesday of the month. Please call for update and details regarding Face-to-Face meetings, John Brideson, president, Jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net or 916-933-0482.

February 18

Skiing the John Muir Trail * Art Baggart presents this in partnership with the Sierra Renaissance Society. Monthly educational presentations on various topics are hosted by the Sierra Renaissance Society, meeting 1-3pm at Diamond Springs Lion's Hall, 4701 Missouri Flat Rd. Members attend free; nonmembers may attend two presentations a year for free. Open to the public; membership is a nominal cost. The Sierra Renaissance Society of El Dorado County is dedicated to Life-Long learning. For more information, visit srsedc.org.

MARCH 2022

March 18

Women of Influence: Making History * Mary Cory presents "Women of Influence: Making History in El Dorado County." This is one of many monthly educational presentations hosted by the Sierra Renaissance Society, meeting 1-3pm at Diamond Springs Lion's Hall, 4701 Missouri Flat Rd. Open to the public. Members attend free; nonmembers may attend two presentations a year for free. Membership is a nominal cost. The Sierra Renaissance Society of El Dorado County is dedicated to Life-Long learning. For more information, visit srsedc.org.

March 29

Woodworking Meetings * Gold Country Woodcrafters has been meeting by Zoom each 2nd Tuesday of the month. Please call for update and details regarding Face-to-Face meetings, John Brideson, president, Jkbrideson@sbcglobal.net or 916-933-0482.

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Apple Hill - Fall season - Some Ranches Open Year-Round

Orchards of fruits and nuts in season; some of the 55 family ranches are open to the public year-round. Apple Hill also includes vineyards & wineries and forest land. Watch for cherries in May/June; other stone fruit in June/July/August; garden vegetables in summer; apples and nuts in fall; pumpkins & squash in October; Christmas trees after Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve. It's a scenic drive through the Sierra foothills from ranch to ranch; enjoy meeting the friendly growers! 530-644-7692.

Christmas Tree Hunting - November thru December

At Apple Hill in Camino, Christmas trees available at ranches from Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve. Enjoy a scenic drive through Sierra foothills as you hunt for your tree; enjoy meeting the friendly growers! 530-644-7692.

Snow Skiing in Season

Heavenly, 1-530-586-7000, www.skiheavenly.com * Kirkwood, 209-258-6000 * Sierra-at-Tahoe * 530-659-7453, www.sierratahoe.com * Soda Springs, 530-426-1010, www.skisodasprings.com. Cross country: Camp Richardson, 800-544-1801 * Royal Gorge, 530-426-3871, www.royalgorge.com. Snow & road conditions (from Kirkwood) 877-547-5966. CalTrans road conditions: 800-427-ROAD.

Observatory - View the Stars!

The Cameron Park Rotary Community Observatory offers free viewing (donations welcomed) to the public on the campus of the El Dorado Center of Folsom Lake College, 6699 Campus Dr., in Placerville (from Highway 50, go north on Missouri Flat Road). See www.Community Observatory.com.

Forests

Eldorado National Forest, 586,000 acres, fishing, boating, white-water rafting, hiking, riding trails, snow skiing, summer swimming. Desolation Wilderness area includes hiking, camping, picnic sites. For information, 530-644-6048; 573-2600.

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Fishing

In season . . . Jenkinson Lake in Pollock Pines - Rainbow trout, Brown trout, Bigmouth Bass, Mackinaw, 644-2545. Cameron Park Lake, Cambridge Rd - trout, angler bass, Bluegill, 677-2231. Folsom Lake - trout, Kokanee, bass, perch, catfish, 916-988-0205. Lake Natoma (downstream from Folsom Dam) - bass, Rainbow trout, 916-988-0205. Go to dfg.ca.gov for more info.

Hiking, Backpacking

Forest Service trails in the Sierra: Leg-stretching hikes less than one-mile include Rainbow, Tallac Historic Site, Trail of the Washoe, Forest Tree, Smokey's Lake of the Sky. Longer, more challenging are Fallen Leaf, Mt. Tallac, Glen Alpine, Clark Angora Lakes, Hawley Grade, Meiss, Echo Lake (1/2 mile to 6 miles). Call Forest Service, 530-644-6048.

Nature Hikes

Free. Meet at Nature Center in Coloma, first Saturday of month, 9-11 am, Hwy. 49, Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park. Call first to sign up, 530-621-1224.

Sierra Wildlife Rescue

Rehabs orphaned wildlife and educates volunteers in how to do this. Classes open to all from May to July. The "Baby Bird Nursery" hands-on classes are Wednesdays, 5pm. Walk in to 3030 Newtown Rd, Placerville. More info: Barbara, 530-621-2650, bsb@d-web.com.

Nature Center & Bookstore

Open to the public and located in the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park on Hwy 49 in Coloma. Learn more about the American River watershed, the flora , and the critters around here. The center is kid friendly, free and open Wed-Sun 11-3pm. 530-621-1224. (Tell them you heard about it from Around Here Magazine!)

American River Water Education Center

Folsom Dam -- Learn more about the American River and water conservation in a self-guided tour of the Center's displays and interactive exhibits. The Education Center brings to life the rugged canyons and life-giving waters of the American River; open free during afternoon hours on most weekdays. Guided tours of Folsom Dam may be arranged for students (grades 2-8). For more information, call 916-989-7275. (Tell them you heard about it from Around Here Magazine!)

FARMERS MARKETS

Placerville Certified Farmers Market, Saturdays mid-May through mid-October, 8am-noon, Ivy House Parking area, corner of Cedar Ravine & Main Street, 530-622-1900.

Cameron Park Certified Farmers Market, Wednesdays, 8am-noon, Burke Junction on Coach Lane (across from Food 4 Less), 530-622-1900.

El Dorado Hills Certified Farmers Market (2 locations) generally open early-June through mid-October; Thursdays, 8-noon at the Community Center on El Dorado Hills Blvd.; Sunday market is 9-1pm at the Town Center in front of MamaAnn's Deli, 8-12:30pm, 530-622-1900.

Folsom Certified Farmers Market, Sundays, early-June through mid-September, 8am-noon, Historic Folsom behind the Chamber of Commerce grounds by the railroad turntable, 916-985-2698.

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Wine Tasting

Sierra Nevada Foothills Wineries, family-owned & operated. Scenic drive through Sierra foothills from winery to winery. Award-winning wines, hospitable winemakers! 800-306-3956.

Sunday Breakfasts at Elks Club

Sunday breakfasts are open to the public at the Elks Lodge, featuring eggs to order, fresh-cut fruit, fruit juice, coffee, cereals for the kids, ham, bacon or sausage, home fried potatoes, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and sometimes, omeletes, Belgian waffles, or breakfast burritos; held one Sunday a month, usually the last; contact djstack@sbcglobal.net and 530-672-9322.

Cantare Chorale

Auditions are held every Monday night at the Church of the Nazarene, 6040 Mother Lode Dr, Placerville, 7 pm, for new members from the foothill community who can read music and love to perform. To schedule an audition, please contact Ruth O'Shea, 530-677-6964 or CantareChorale.com.

Gold Rush Quartet

Every Tuesday eve, 7:15-9:45pm, a group of congenial men, ages 16-90, meet to sing as a chorus and as quartets. The number one goal is to have a fun time. Guests are invited to join in song. Meeting is at the First Christian Church, 2687 Andler Rd, Placerville. The group also has a strong youth outreach program to encourage youth to sing, and a youth chorus that meets on Monday nights in Cameron Park. 530) 644-4151, keitheckhardt@comcast.net, www.goldrushchorus.org.

Jazz & Blues in the Plaza

Tentative schedule: July - October, every other Saturday, afternoons, Fountain Plaza, 312 Historic Main Street in Placerville -- in the courtyard behind the Cary House Hotel; free; for specific information, call before going: 530-622-4900.

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Kazual Kountry Music & Dance

First Saturday of every month, 7-10pm, country music, Hangtown Grange, 2020 Smith Flat Road in Placerville. All ages welcomed. Refreshments served. $7, 530-333-9515, 622-6988.

International Folk Dancing

Every Tuesday (year round), 7-8pm beginners ($3); 8-10pm intermediates ($6); IOOF hall, 467 Main St., Placerville, side door from parking lot, 2nd floor. Dance to music around the world. You'll be taught the waltz, tango, cha cha, two-step; singles and couples welcome; 530-622-7301, 530-644-1198.

Square Dance Classes

Thursdays, hosted by Main Street Strollers, 7-9:30pm, IOOF Hall, 2nd floor, 467 Main St., Placerville; small fee, 530-642-9685.

Square Dance Classes

Apple Jacks & Jills Square Dance Club meet to dance every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm at the Hangtown Grange, 2020 Smith Flat Rd, Placerville. Come and check it out. The first 2 Wednesday classes are FREE. Call about new dancers classes. Some line dancing instruction also. More info: Connie, 530-622-8550.

Placerville Art Walk

Monthly, third Saturday, Placerville Art Wal, 5-9pm. Historic Downtown Placerville. Main Street galleries and merchants host changing art shows and late night shopping. Demonstrations, refreshments, music and more. More info from Placerville Downtown Assn: 530-672-3436, or El Dorado Arts Council: 530-295-3746.

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Embroidery Meetings

Hanging By a Thread chapter of the Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc., fosters the excellence in the needle arts. Programs cover a wide range of stitching techniques. Stitchers of all levels/types/ages are welcomed and encouraged. Meets monthly each 2nd Monday, socializing at 6pm, meeting at 6:30pm at the Planning Commission Room in the EDC Government Center Bldg. C, 2850 Fairlane Ct., Placerville. More info: 530-621-2639, 530-672-2375, 916-515-0058, rice@d-web.com and www.d-web.com/sunshine/EGA/index.html.

Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary

Much to see, including tiger exhibit, barnowl barn & flight aviary, house & cat garden for feral cats, the wild canid exhibit housing wolves, coyotes and wolf-dog hybrids, the Macaws and parrots. Regular admission: General (13-54) $4; Children (2-12) $3; Seniors (55+) $3; Children under 2 years free. Located in Folsom Lions Park, Natoma & Stafford streets, 916-351-3527; www.folsomzoofriends.org.

Gold Bug Park & Mine

Open last week of March thru October. Park grounds are open daily from 8:30-5pm for park use and hiking trails. Gold Bug Mine, Stamp Mill, museums and Hattie's Gift Shop are open from 10-4pm daily. Self-guided tours of the mine are enhanced by audio equipment, featuring tapes in English, German, French and Japanese. Group tours available. Located one mile north of Hwy 50 on Bedford Ave. in Placerville, 530-642-5207, www.goldbugpark.org.

El Dorado County Historical Museum

Exhibits on gold and the Gold Rush. Free admission, donations accepted. Group tours upon request. Museum is at 104 Placerville Dr, Placerville, located on the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. Open W-Sat 10 am-4 pm; Sun noon-4 pm. 530-621-5865.

Fountain-Tallman Museum

"The Biggest Little Museum in the West," owned and operated by the El Dorado County Historical Society. Open Wed - Sun, 10am - 4pm. Free. Located at 524 Main Street in Placerville, 530-626-0773.

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Marshall Gold Discovery Museum

Artifacts of the Gold Rush period, open daily from 10am to 4:30pm. Parking fee charged per vehicle; located in the Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, Highway 49 in Coloma, 530-622-3470.

Folsom History Museum

Open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, 823 Sutter St, Folsom, 916-985-2707.

El Dorado Musical Theatre

Call 916-941-7464, or visit www.edmt.info for coming performances.

Imagination Theater

Located at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds in Placerville. For coming performances, 530-642-0404, or www.imagination-theater.org.

Olde Coloma Theatre

Preserving Olde Tyme Melodrama, 380 Monument Road in Coloma off Hwy 49. Call for show lineup and to make reservations, 530-626-5282.

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Placerville Speedway Races

Races are every Saturday at Placerville Speedway, 100 Placerville Dr, Placerville; typically, the pits open 3:30pm, gates open 5pm, qualifying 6:30pm, but call for update, cost for tickets and parking; 530-626-3680, www.placervillespeedway.com and www.johnpadjenmotorsports.com.

Lap Swim - Open to Community

The Western Slope Aquatic Center at Union Mine High School, 6530 Koki Lane in El Dorado, is open for Lap Swims from Sept. 1 through May 31, 2010, on Mon., Tue., Thurs. & Fri. 5:30-7:30am, and Sat. 7-9am. The sessions are operated by the YMCA; cost is $40 mo. Steve: 530-626-1467.

Sacramento State Aquatic Center

Hosts annual regional & national rowing regattas, water ski tournaments & special events. Open to the general public. Offers leisure adult classes; summer youth programs & camps; picnic tables, barbecues, boat docks, beach front access. Located next to Nimbus Dam at Hwy 50 & Hazel Ave., www.sacStateAquaticCenter.com, 916-278-2842, 916-985-7239.

Tennis
The Hangtown Women Tennis Club meets Wednesday mornings at El Dorado High School in Placerville. Open to ages 18 to 80-plus. Just $30/yr. Call Julie, 530-626-4452, or Maggi 530-295-8074.

Community Recreation
Recreation through theCommunity Services District (CSD)-- Activities, classes, sports leagues and lots of fun are available through the CSD. Call the individual communities for latest schedules: Cameron Park - 530-677-2231; El Dorado Hills - 916-933-4540.

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Master Gardening Classes

Gardening classes held throughout the year by the Master Gardeners in concert with the University of California Cooperative Extension at the Ag Center, 311 Fair Lane, Placerville. Call for latest schedule, 530-621-5512; http://ceeldorado.ucdavis.edu/

Master Food Preservers Classes

Food preserving classes held throughout the year by the Master Food Preservers in connection with the University of California Cooperative Extension at 311 Fair Lane in Placerville. Call for topics, time, etc. 530-621-5506 or see http://ceeldorado.ucdavis.edu

Pinochle & Canasta

Join us on Wednesday afternoons and Thursday nights at the El Dorado Hills Senior Center, 990 Lassen Ln, El Dorado Hills. For time & more info: 916-358-3575.

Retired Public Employees Association

Retired Public Employees, Chapter 82 (El Dorado & Amador counties), hold public meetings at Dennys, 99 Fair Lane, Placerville, on the 3rd Monday of March, May, July, September and November 2011. All PERS are invited to attend.

Bingo

Tuesday Nights at the Pollock Pines-Camino Community Center; doors open at 5pm for a nice dinner served at 5:30pm for $4-$7; bingo games start at 6:15pm. The center is located in the Pony Express Village Center, 2675 Sanders Dr. in Pollock Pines; visit www.pollockpinesca.org or call 530-647-8005.

Rotary Flea Market - April to October

The Pollock Pines-Camino Rotary Club sponsors a Community Flea Market in the El Dorado Savings parking lot
from April to October on the third Saturday of each month. Buyers and sellers invited; 530-903-8039, www.pollockpines-caminorotary.org.

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