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This is a calendar of events other than concerts and arts events. It does include art sales.
Events listed on this calendar are often used for the Community Calendar’s on air announcements every weekday at about 8 am between Democracy Now and The Morning Magazine. Please listen to see if your event is announced.
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Thursday, August 16
Denver
Corks & Forks Mile High Station
at 06:00 PM
Enjoy an evening dining on delicious eats from some of Denvers best restaurants while sipping on a variety of wine and spirits. Corks & Forks is a benefit event for the National Sports Center for the Disabled. 
Longmont
Lost & Stranded@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 07:00 PM
Author and journalist, Timothy Sprinkle, will share stories of survival in the back country covering more than two dozen hazardous scenarios.
Registration is required. Please check www.longmontcolorado.gov/library for more information. 
Friday, August 17
Lakewood
Tantra Speed Dating Full Moon Books & Event Center, 9106 W 6th Ave, Lakewood, 80215,
at 06:30 PM
Now in 12 cities, this Tantra Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" You'll model healthy relationship roles and play fun connection games with up to 24 dates! Tired of swiping and awkward first dates? Now in 12 cities, this Tantra Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" Combination relationship skills class + speed date, you'll share a moment of guided connection with up to 24 dates in a traditional Puja circle. 
Saturday, August 18
Boulder
Dairy Comedy: Derrick Rush Dairy Center for the Arts
at 08:30 PM
After retirement from the Navy in 2009, Derrick Rush moved to Denver, CO in pursuit of a new career: stand-up comedy. He's now a regular at Comedy Works, where he recently took third place (out of 168 comics) in the renowned New Faces Competition.
Jodee Champion, a Colorado native, has performed for some of the best venues in the country, including Gotham, Red Rocks Amphitheater and is a regular at the Denver Improv and Comedy Works. 
Denver
MTOB(More Than One Box) A Mixed Gathering The Cube in Northfield
at 10:00 AM
A Mixed Gathering for multi-cultural-racial-ethnic people and the people who love them! Love is Love! Join the festivities! This event will include, community connections, panels, performance, poetry, and a screening of the new film All Mixed Up: Our Changing Racial Identities 
Morrison
Wild I-70 Tour: An Audio Tour Adventure with TEDxMileHigh Red Rocks
at 09:00 AM
Join Rocky Mountain Wild and biologist Paige Singer on a journey to learn about the amazing wildlife and wild places along the (Wild) I-70 Mountain Corridor.

From Golden to the top of Vail Pass, we will listen to stories from the newly released Wild I-70 Audio Tour, get insider tips for seeing wildlife along the roadway, and learn about why wildlife try to cross this road and how we can help them do it safely. We will also go to a field research site, where we will check wildlife. 
Nederland
High Alttude Herb Walks wth Brigitte Mars Wild Bear Nature Center
at 10:00 AM
Join the world-renowned herbalist, Brigitte Mars, for a beautiful, sunny day in the mountains identifying native herbs. Learn about how native herbs can be used for first aid on the trail, nutrition at home, and conbatng different illnesses. 
Tuesday, August 21
Boulder
Two Rivers Film Discussion Boulder Library: Geo Reynolds Branch
at 05:45 PM
The one-hour documentary film "Two Rivers" tells the story of a rural community
in Washington state that initiated a process of dialogue between Native and non-Native
residents of the area. After the film, a discussion will be facilitated by Boulder residents Ava Hamilton (Arapaho) and Jerilyn DeCoteau (Turtle Mountain Chippewa). This event is a fundraiser for the "Welcome the Arapaho Home" events to be held Oct. 6-8. 
Thursday, August 23
Boulder
Cultural Organizations Summit Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 04:00 PM
Join your colleagues and cultural leaders to discuss a community-initiated proposal for potential changes to the Boulder Arts Commissions 2019 grant program. Make sure your organization is represented! Two representatives of the staff and board of every cultural organization in Boulder are invited. Free. RSVP to Lauren Click at clickl@boulderlibrary.org or 720-564-2355. 
Saturday, August 25
Creede
Headwaters Mountain Bike Race Rio Grande National Forest
at noon
The Headwaters Alliance is hosting the second annual Headwaters Mountain Bike Race. This year, the race will traverse the 23 mile Miner's Creek Loop West of Creede, a route that showcases some of the best scenery in the Eastern San Juans and will include singletrack. Afterwards, racers and spectators can check out the Headwaters Music Festival! This event is operated under a special use permit from the USDA Forest Service and Rio Grande National Forest. 
Erie
Ditch Dairy Workshop Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary
at 06:00 PM
Ditching dairy can be one of the biggest challenges people have when switching to plant-based. Luckily, there is now an abundance of delicious plant-based dairy products which will help you make the transition and allow you to lead your most healthy and compassionate life. Whether you are a new or seasoned vegan, in this talk, you'll learn how to easily prepare delicious plant-based versions of traditional dairy-based foods as well as learn some new favorites! 
Saturday, September 01
Littleton
Brews & Views Beer Festival Hudson Gardens 6115 South Santa Fe
at 02:00 PM
Featuring craft beers from over thirty-five Colorado breweries, stunning views encompassing thirty acres of natural, open spaces, dishes from Colorados premier food trucks, local vendors, music, games, and more! September 1, 2pm - 5pm Visit hudsongardens.org or call 303-797-8565. 
Wednesday, September 05
Denver
Maria Droste's 6th Annual Golf Classic Fossil Trace Golf Club
at 07:00 AM
Maria Droste Counseling Centers 6th Annual Charity Golf Classic returns Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at Fossil Trace Golf Club. This event includes a 4-person scramble, breakfast burritos, cart, bucket of balls, luncheon and an awards reception.Our Annual Charity Golf Classic benefits the many low-income, uninsured, working-poor individuals and families who receive services at Maria Droste Counseling Center every day. 
Saturday, September 08
Boulder
Tantra Speed Date - Denver! More than Dating, Meet Mindful Singl The Integral Center, 2805 Broadway, Boulder, 80304, United State
at 05:30 PM
Now in 12 cities, this Tantra Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" You'll model healthy relationship roles and play fun connection games with up to 24 dates! 
Denver
Screening of Clever Film with Speaker Gerardo Lopez Summit Church
at 10:00 AM
Join TEDxMileHigh Speaker Gerardo Lopez and Homies Unidos, filmmaker Alan Dominguez and a Denver-based gang intervention and prevention program to explore how young people are pulled into gangs and the understand the courage required to leave gang life.

We will watch the short film, Clever, as it follows former gang member Gerardo Lopez's story and work as he works to prevent and intervene with youth at-risk of joining a gang. After, enjoy a scavenger hunt of art in RiNo. 
Fort Collins
Free Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event 625 Ninth St. Fort Collins
at 09:00 AM
City of Fort Collins Streets Facility @ 625 Ninth St. WHO:_Fort Collins residents only. WHAT: For a list of accepted and prohibited drop-off household hazardous waste items, visit fcgov.com/hazwaste 9 A.M. 3 P.M. _https://www.fcgov.com/utilities/residential/hazwaste/ 
Lakewood
6th Annual Taste of Hope - An Evening of Wine, Cheese & Chocolat The Retreat at Solterra
at 07:00 PM
The Glenn Garcelon Foundation supports brain tumor patients through direct grants.The 6th Annual Taste of Hope is a delightful evening of wine, cheese and chocolate tastings. Tickets may be purchased at www.glenngarcelonfoundation.org or at the door. 
Longmont
La Fiesta Underwater World Party Boulder County Fairgrounds
at 06:30 PM
Intercambio Uniting Communities is hosting its 17th annual La Fiesta World Party - this time celebrating the theme Underwater. The event features live music, food trucks and a World Market from 6:30pm to 12 am.
The goal of this event is to bring diverse cultures together at a fun event as well to raise $40,000 to help Intercambio to continue to improve lives. 
Nederland
Ned*Ned 5K / 10K and Half Marathon to benefit TEENS, Inc. TEENS, Inc.
at 08:00 AM
Registration is now open! Voted Best of the Rockies for the past two years, the Ned*Ned race invites you to run a 5K, 10K or Half Marathon in historic Nederland, CO, Saturday, September 8, 2018! Half-Marathon 13.1 fans will get to experience trail running within an exceptional part of Boulder County and the 5K / 10K events remain fun as costumes are still encouraged. Register: www.nednedrun.com We are now part of The Colorado Mountain Half Series! Register: comtnhalf.com
 
Sunday, September 09
Boulder
Boulder Pridefest 2018 Downtown Boulder
at 11:30 AM
Out Boulder County's annual Boulder Pridefest is Sunday, September 9th, 2018 from 11:30am to 6:30pm. Come early and stay all day!

The day will be jam packed with activities, amazing community partners sharing information, Pride merchandise galore from Out Boulder County and other wonderful vendors. Jewelry from talented artists, photo booths, give-aways all over the park, and multiple activities in the Health and Wellness Area and the Youth and Family Area. 
Monday, September 10
Fox Institute Fall Course Schedule Now Online
at 08:30 PM
The Fox Institute for Creation Spirituality, located in downtown Boulder, has launched its new course website, www.foxinstitutecourses.com, highlighting the Institutes Fall course and class schedule. Fox Institute courses are open to everyone and include masters and doctoral degrees and certificates, as well as Extended Studies classes and auditing options for lifelong learners. We offer world-class higher education with renowned educators, pertinent topics and innovative courses. In a world in 
Tuesday, September 11
Boulder
Growing Gardens After School Garden Club 1630 hawthorn ave
at 03:45 PM
Its fall in the garden which means it's time for a celebration of all of our hard work during the growing season! During the Childrens Peace Garden After School Garden Club, we will explore the tools of our trade. Together we'll put the garden to bed and enjoy the fruits of our labor by saving seeds for next year, learn how we can make our favorite snacks with garden-fresh produce, explore the abundance of the garden harvest and celebrate the harvest season through community in the garden. 
Wednesday, September 12
Denver
Colorado Remembers 9/11: Commemoration & National Security Forum The Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:00 PM
Threats to U.S. Security & Trumps Response: Russia, North Korea & Global Terrorism, will be held Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at The Ellie Caulkins Opera House at Denver Performing Arts Complex as part of Colorado Remembers 9/11: Commemoration & National Security Forum.
Panelists include Michael Hayden, former director of the CIA and the NSA, Elliott Abrams, former deputy national security advisor and deputy assistant to the president, Husain Haqqani, former ambassador of Pakistan 
Thursday, September 13
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Canning and Preserving 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
You will learn all you need to know to start canning at home with step-by-step instructions and demonstration. The class will cover specifically, canning at high altitudes, canning and preserving using low-sugar and alternative sweeteners, and being creative with your canned goods. You will learn how to can safely, and will take home recipes and a jar of something delightful! You will go home with the Ball Blue Book, the canners bible for recipes and safe canning techniques. 
Denver
LGBTQ Student Resource Center Silver Soiree Auraria Campus Tivoli Turnhalle
at 06:30 PM
Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Auraria Campus LGBTQ Student Resource Center at our Silver Soiree. Since its founding in 1992 as Colorados first on-campus LGBTQIA support organization, the LGBTQ Student Resource Center has fostered acceptance, understanding and personal growth by offering community education and engagement in addition to support services. Mark your calendar for a fun-filled evening of cocktails, food, games and dancing to celebrate this important milestone. 
Friday, September 14
Lakewood
Tantra Speed Date - Denver! (Ages 40+) Full Moon Books and Event Center, 9106 W 6th Ave, Lakewood, 8021
at 06:30 PM
Now in 12 cities, this Tantra Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" You'll model healthy relationship roles and play fun connection games with up to 24 dates!Tired of swiping and awkward first dates? Now in 12 cities, this Tantra Yoga-inspired workshop is more than dating, it's "Yoga for your Love Life!" Combination relationship skills class + speed date, you'll share a moment of guided connection with up to 24 dates in a traditional Puja circle. 
Saturday, September 15
Nederland
Photography Workshop with John Fielder Wild Bear Nature Center
at 04:00 AM
This is your opportunity to learn landscape photography directly from John Fielder. Find out how John creates his award-winning images and gain a deeper understanding of the visual aspects of nature. Appropriate for all levels of photographers, beginner to advanced. 16 participants maximum. Presented in loving memory of the honorable Chuck Edelstein, wildlife photographer, environmental activist, and so much more. 
Mushroom Identification Walk with Wendy Monroe Wild Bear Nature Center
at 10:00 AM
Join Mycologist, Wendy Monroe, for an exciting adventure in identifying native fungus. Can you eat that mushroom? How prevalent is it? What does it mean that a mushroom has gills? Begin the day with an educational program, go out and forage, and then end the day with spore prints, id and possibly sauteing edible specimens. 10am-2pm 
Sunday, September 16
Boulder
Chili Bowl Studio Arts Boulder, 1010 Aurora Avenue, Boulder, CO 80302
at noon
Chili Bowl is Studio Arts Boulder's annual street party! Chili Bowl celebrates community, the studio arts, great food, music, drinks, and our neighborhood! 12:00 - 5:00 pm
CHILI COOK-OFF: Dagabi Cucina, Bramble & Hare, Mateo, Foolish Craig's, The Sink, CYCLHOPS Bike CANtina, The Academy's chef, and the reigning chili champion: The West End Tavern
MUSIC: Amy Heywood, The Winstons, Five51, The Great Salmon Famine, Paul Alexios Kimbiris and more 
Monday, September 17
Denver
China in the World Economy: An Opportunity for Cooperation University Club Denver
at 11:30 AM
Join us for lunch with David Firestein, the founding Executive Director of the China Public Policy Center and former American diplomat. We will discuss the current state of U.S.-China relations with a special emphasis on China's profound effect on the world economy and America's response to it. 
Erie
Realities FORE Children Charity Golf Tournament Colorado National Golf Club
at 08:00 AM
Join us for our 4th annual golf tournament where we will raise funds to send an at-risk youth to college. Event features continental breakfast, contests throughout the course, prizes and a post event Barbecue luncheon. 
Tuesday, September 18
Denver
Technology as a Tool for Connection: A TEDxMileHigh Adventure Zepplin Station
at 06:00 PM
An Adventure with TEDxMileHigh speaker Romain Sepehr Vakilitabar exploring how exponential technology such as virtual reality and augmented reality can be used to accelerate empathy, understanding, and global compassion.

Join Romain and Pathos to explore their work in telling the diverse stories of America as they kick off their national tour. Romain will share his vision and you will have the chance to experience visual stories he has collected through virtual reality. 
Friday, September 21
Boulder
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 03:00 PM
The fourth annual ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder, Colorado takes place Sept. 21-23, 2018 at the Main Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave. A complete program will be posted at https://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/boulder. 
Saturday, September 22
Boulder
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 10:00 AM
The fourth annual ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder, Colorado takes place Sept. 21-23, 2018 at the Main Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave. A complete program will be posted at https://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/boulder. 
Sunday, September 23
Boulder
ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 11:00 AM
The fourth annual ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival at Boulder, Colorado takes place Sept. 21-23, 2018 at the Main Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave. A complete program will be posted at https://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/boulder. 
Sunday, September 30
Boulder
YWCA Dash and Bash Boulder Reservoir
at 08:00 AM
YWCA Dash and Bash is a FUNdraising event for all ages to celebrate and support the powerful mission to empower women and eliminate racism. A fun 5K and 10K walk or run and a 1-mile kids dash will be followed by an exciting multicultural festival to help our community rally together around societys most pressing issues. Registration is free. Participants are encouraged to raise or donate at least $50 to receive a food and activities pass. 
Wednesday, October 03
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Harvest Festival 1630 hawthorn ave
at 04:00 PM
Join us for our fall celebration at the Growing Gardens' urban farm (1630 Hawthorn Avenue, Boulder). We'll have pumpkins to purchase, fun activities like pumpkin and face painting, a bubble machine, lawn games and more. There will be a live bluegrass band, a Biergarten and several food trucks.

Grab your neighbor, ride your bikes and come out to the farm to celebrate fall!
 
Sunday, October 07
Boulder
NatchCom Galvanize Boulder
at 09:00 AM
NatchCom is a 2.5-day event designed to connect the power of digital and e-commerce with the Natural Products industry. The bi-annual event is a hands-on, interactive experience that helps natural/organic brands and industry professionals dominate their digital universe and diversify their sales, marketing and more. No other conference brings together digital tech with natural/organic brands to optimize profits and community building. 
Monday, October 08
Denver
2018 Colorado Nonprofit Conference: Intrepid Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel1550 Court PlaceDenver, CO 80202&#
at 08:00 AM
Colorado Nonprofit Conference is a time for intrepid nonprofit leaders to listen and learn from others, discover unconventional approaches to solving community challenges, and find inspiration to fuel their work. Join Colorado Nonprofit Association at Colorados largest two day nonprofit conference! Early bird pricing is available through the end of August. Regular registration is open through September.

Contact: BillieAnne Kennedy, bkennedy@coloradononprofits.org, 303-832-5710



 
Tuesday, October 09
Boulder
Helen Thorpe: The Newcomers Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
From award-winning, meticulously observant writer Helen Thorpe comes a powerful and moving account of how refugee teenagers at a Denver public high school learn English and become Americans, in the care of a compassionate teacher. 
Denver
Communities and Displaced Women Working Together for Better Heal Warwick Hotel
at 05:30 PM
WorldDenver will be joined by Lois Quam (Pathfinder International CEO) and Pardis Mahdavi (Senior Associate Dean at DU's Josef Korbel School of International Studies) to discuss women's global health iss ues and the steps we will need to take to further improve the status of women's health. Hosted by Shared Solutions 
Wednesday, October 10
Denver
The Women's Foundation of Colorado Annual Luncheon Colorado Convention Center
at 11:30 AM
The Womens Foundation of Colorados (WFCO) Annual Luncheon is designed to educate and engage diverse sectors and communities statewide around the issues affecting Colorados women and their families. The Annual Luncheon supports womens economic advancement, while raising vital funds for The Foundation. Join nearly 3,000 diverse supporters to power our community, philanthropy and impact 
Thursday, October 11
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Pickling and Fermentation 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
Learn the basics of preserving produce through the process of fermentation and pickling in this informative, demonstration style workshop. We'll explore the health benefits, safety, and methods of fermenting and pickling. Using seasonal produce from our farm, well prepare a recipe for everyone to take home, take care of, and enjoy! 
Thursday, October 18
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Pasta Making 101 Flat Pasta 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
In Pasta 101, well learn how to make flat pastas, including fettuccini and capellini. Claudia will demonstrate how to use one of the oldest Italian pasta tools to cut the famous allachitarra spaghetti noodles. You will learn the regional differences between flat pastas across Italy. 
Firestone
Nutrition conference Holiday inn, Paris,France
at 09:00 AM
It is of immense pleasure to announce Annual congress on Nutrition & Healthcare, scheduled in Paris, France during October 18-20, 2018. On behalf of our organizing committee we would like to invite all interested participants and delegates across the globe to join Euro Nutrition 2018 which highlights the theme Revolutionary strategies of improving health with best Nutrition , includes keynote presentations, plenary sessions, young researcher talks, poster presentations, B2B meetings and more. 
Tuesday, October 23
Denver
Denvers Largest MBA and Professional Networking event! The Curtis Hotel, 1405 Curtis St
at 04:30 PM
Join us at the QS World MBA Tour in Denver for an evening of networking, career advice and MBA opportunities. Whether you're exploring how to get ahead in your career or are ready to apply to business schools, this event is packed full of resources to help you on your professional journey.
Meet over 20+ Business Schools this October such as *Harvard, *Wharton, *Columbia, *MIT, *Stanford, *Kellogg, NYU Stern, Cornell, Georgetown and more! 
Thursday, October 25
Denver
B:CIVIC Summit Infinity Park
at 08:30 AM
The B:CIVIC Summit serves as a catalyst for building capacity for effective, high-impact corporate social responsibility. The event attracts the best and brightest minds together to elevate shared knowledge, best practices, national trends, local recognition and thought-leadership throughout the community.
The 2018 Summit will strengthen that work further featuring global corporate responsibility trends and their impact on Colorado companies. 
Saturday, October 27
Denver
Making a New Home: Refugee Resettlement Mango House
at 06:00 PM
A service Adventure with TEDxMileHigh speaker P.J. Parmar exploring the stories and lives of refugees building new lives in Denver, Colorado.

P.J. and refugees from Mango house will share stories of their lives and work and we will invite you to help with several services projects at Mango House. Check out TEDxMileHigh.com/adventure for more details! 
Thursday, November 01
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Pasta Making 102 Filled Pas 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
In Pasta 102, well review and expand on the basic techniques we learned in Pasta 101 to craft filled pasta like ravioli and tortellini. Claudia will demonstrate how to shape and fold different types of filled pasta such as cappelletti and agnolotti. She will talk about the regional differences between filled pasta across Italy. 
Saturday, November 03
Broomfield
Boulder Philharmonic and Greater Boulder Youth Orchestras - Glit Rocky Mountain Metro Airport
at 05:30 PM
Each ticket sold to this sparkling celebration will help Make Our Garden Grow benefiting performance education across the Greater Boulder area, and sparking the next generation of musical artists. 
Sunday, November 04
Broomfield
Broomfield Trails Marathon Broomfield Community Center
at 06:30 AM
100% of proceeds from the Broomfield Trails Marathon will go to charitable endeavors: A Precious Childs mission and the Broomfield Rotary Charitable Foundation. The Broomfield Trails Marathon will soon become the largest running event in the North Metro area of Denver. Event day will include a Full and Half Marathon, a 10K and a 5K. The races are designed to attract runners and walkers of all skill levels and ages. 
Thursday, November 08
Boulder
Growing Gardens Fall Foodie Classes: Bread Making 1630 hawthorn ave
at 06:00 PM
In this class participants will learn all the tips and tricks to baking that perfect loaf of bread. Well cover both yeasted and sourdough breads and talk about kneading and shaping techniques to take all the stress out of home-made bread to leave you with a beautiful and delicious loaf. Well also cover the no-knead form of bread making for those looking for a more hands-off approach, and cover the secrets to baking with whole and stone-ground grains. 
Wednesday, November 14
Boulder
Marc Bekoff; Canine Confidential Chautauqua Community House
at 07:00 PM
Join Marc Bekoff, author of Canine Confidential: Why Dogs Do What They Do as he brings a unique perspective to the study of dogs, and leads a captivating discussion on the inner workings of a dogs mind. 
Saturday, November 24
Longmont
Leftover Turkey Trot 5K Roger's Grove Park 220 S Hover St Longmont, CO 80501
at 10:30 AM
Wake up all you sleepy heads, its Leftover Turkey Trot time again! Time to grab the kids, the friends, and the relatives and join us the Saturday after Thanksgiving for the 5th Annual Leftover Turkey Trot Run/Walk at Rogers Grove Park in Longmont, Colorado.

This activity welcomes all ages and is sure to put a smile on everybodys face. With plenty of food, drink, laughter and fun, its the perfect holiday weekend event. 
Sunday, December 16
Longmont
Boulder County Record Show Boulder County Fairgounds, Barn A
at 10:00 AM
Vinyl record vendors from the Denver area selling vinyl records, cassettes, reel to reels and other music merchandise. 
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