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Fiber Floosies
10 a.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. Free.
“This fun group will be meeting in the Goodnick Center Craft Room starting in December. Attendees bring their projects in rug hooking, knitting, cross-stitch, or any fiber arts. Attendees must complete a membership form for the Godnick Center. No cost to participate.” For more info call 802-773-1853.

Storytime!
10:30 a.m. Kimball Library in Randolph. Free.
Join Kimball Library for songs, books, and crafts during storytime. Recommended for ages 2-6 but all are welcome. The event will be held outside, weather permitting. Join Kimball Library for songs, books, and crafts during storytime. Recommended for ages 2-6 but all are welcome. The event will be held outside, weather permitting.

Movers and Shakers
11 a.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. Free.
This free program of low-impact exercise is designed for people with Parkinson’s, or anyone else who wishes to maintain or improve flexibility, strength, and balance in a supportive and relaxing environment. Start your week off right and work out with us. Call 802-773-1853 to reserve your spot.

Basics of American Sign Language 1
1:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sherburne Memorial Library in Killington. Free.
This 9 week class is available to all members of our community in an effort to expand our ability to communicate with one another. Please send an email to [email protected] and let us know your name and which time works best for you.

Bike Bum Race Series
3 p.m. Killington Resort. Costs vary. The Killington Mountain Bike Club & Von Trapp Brewing are excited to bring back the Bike Bum Race Series on Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. for an all-ages race series that’s as much fun as it is competition. Sign up to ride solo or with a team of up to five people. Racers will be placed in divisions by age and will have one timed run each week. All races will be held on beginner/intermediate trails ensuring fun for all bikers. The 2022 race location is Middle-Lower Rabbit Hole. For more info visit killington.com.

Artistree: Music on the Hill
6 p.m. Hilliside at Artistree in Pomfret. $5/person.
Pack a picnic, relax, and enjoy live music. Join Artistree each Wednesday evening from June 22 – September 28 this summer for an outdoor concert featuring area musicians. For more info visit artistreevt.org.

Free Thursday Meditation
6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Eagles Nest Studio, 2363 US-RT4, Killington. Free.
Reoccurring Free Thursday Meditation offered in the former Mountain Meadows building, below Base Camp Outfitters. Limited to 8 people. Please RSVP at 802-356-2946 or email [email protected]

Pre-K Storytime
9:30-11 a.m. Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock. $12/child or $10/BF&M member. Pre-K Storytime is a fun, engaging program for preschool aged children (3-5) and an adult companion. Every week we follow a theme that connects stories with activities and animals on the farm. A snack and a visit to see the featured animal are included in the price. One adult admitted free with a paid child. Adult attendance required. This week’s session is “Kiss the Cow.” Craft a cow door hanger and visit the cow barn. For more info visit billingsfarm.org.

“Oceans of Possibilities” Story Hour
10 a.m. Watson Memorial Park in Hartford. Free.
Join librarian, Nadine Hodgdon from the Hartford Library for ocean-themed stories, songs, and games. All children will get a reading chart to record their summer reading and earn a certificate with prizes at the end of summer.

Bone Builders Mendon Seniors
10 a.m. Roadside Chapel, 1680 Townline Rd in Mendon. Free.
Join Mendon Seniors for their bone building session every Tuesday and Thursday. Call 802-775-3766.

Circle of Parents
10 a.m. Virtual. Free.
Circle of Parents is a professionally facilitated, peer led self-help support group for parents and other caregivers. Participants meet weekly for 60-90 minutes online in virtual meetings. To find a group appropriate for you, call 1-800-CHILDREN (1-800-244-5373) or 1-802-229-5724 or email [email protected]

Killington Bone Builders
10 a.m. Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Road, Killington. Free.
In the meeting room at Sherburne Memorial Library. Weights provided. For more info call Pat 802-422-3368.

Toddler Storytime
10:30 a.m. Norman Williams Library in Woodstock. Free.
Join Norman Williams Library to read a few books on a theme of the week. Enjoy stories, socializing, and often a project tied into the theme. This storytime is meant for children aged 20 months to 3.5 years. It will last 30-60 minutes. For more info visit normanwilliams.org.

Meditation for Your Life
11 a.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. Free.
Meditation for Your Life is easy to learn and easy to practice. Meditation creates the ability to improve all of our daily challenges. We believe that meditation will be beneficial to seniors and we will gear our classes to accomplishing a healthy attitude and spirit for all. Sessions are lead by Brian Salmanson. All participants will be sitting on a chair. To reserve your spot call 802-773-1853.

Drive-up pick-up meals
12 p.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. $3.50 Donation ages 65+, $6 fee under age 65. Reservations required.
Godnick Center, in partnership with Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging and Meals on Wheels, is providing drive-up pick-up meals on Mondays and Thursdays at noon at the Godnick Center. For more info or to make a reservation call 802-773-1853.

Yoga with Kellie
12 p.m. The Fox Room, at the Rutland Free Library, located at 10 Court St. in Rutland.  Free.
Come join Kellie Ettori for seven weeks of yoga focusing on the chakras. All skill levels welcome! No registration required.  For more info visit: Rutland rutlandfree.org

Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns about Falls
2-4 p.m. Castleton Community Center.
This 8 week program is a good fit for anyone concerned about falls, anyone interested in improving balance, flexibility and strength, anyone who has fallen in the past, anyone who has restricted activities because of concern about falling. The program emphasizes practical strategies for managing falls. To register call the Community Center at 802-468-3093 or email [email protected] Class size is limited.

Circle of Parents in Recovery
3 p.m. Virtual. Free.
Support group meets weekly online on Thursdays from 3-4:30 p.m. For more info and to join a group contact Amber at [email protected] or 802-498-0603.

NAMI Connection peer support group
3 p.m. Virtual. Free.
Struggling with managing your mental health? NAMI Connection Peer Support Group can help. This is a free, 90-minute recovery support group for people living with a mental health condition. For more info. visit namivt.org/support/peer-support-groups/.

Circle of Parents for Grandparents
4 p.m. Virtual. Free. Meets weekly online.
Run by Prevent Child Abuse VT. For info and to join a group contact Amber at [email protected] or 802-498-0603.

Killington Golf Course League Nights
5 p.m. Killington Golf Course.
Michelob ULTRA and the Killington Golf Course are teeing it up on League Night every Thursday, with exciting contests and great prizes for top team gross scores and flag event winners. The format is a 9-hole scramble tournament, rotating between the front and back nine each week. Sign-up as a team or as an individual. Call the Golf Pro Shop any day before 3 p.m. Wednesday to sign-up as an individual or team and find out what’s on the menu. If you try to sign-up on Thursday, you could be turned away. For more info visit killington.com. To register call the Golf Pro Shop at 802-422-6700.

Kids Yoga
5 p.m. Chaffee Art Center, Rutland. $10/class.
Learning the basics of yoga and mindfulness to increase focus and concentration. A fun way to stay playful and healthy inside and out. Students must pre-register by the day before class. For more info and to register visit chaffeeartcenter.org.

Opening Night of Legally Blonde the Musical
7 p.m. Chandler Main Stage in Randolph. $10 – $40.
The Summer Youth Musical, a nearly quarter-century tradition, continues this year with “Legally Blonde, the Musical,” a fun, upbeat story of self-discovery with Harvard’s beloved Elle Woods taking the stage by pink storm. To purchase tickets visit chandler-arts.org.

Fair Haven Concerts in the Park
7 p.m. Park in Fair Haven. Free.
Every Thursday this summer join Fair Haven for it’s free concert series. There will be hot dogs, popcorn, water, and sodas for purchase each week as long as the concerts are held outdoors. There may have a few free ice cream nights, too.

Lego Play
2 p.m. Kimball Library in Randolph. Free.
Come to the Kimball library on Friday afternoons for free play and creative building. For more info visit kimballlibrary.org.

9 & Dine Golf
5:30 p.m. Bomoseen Golf Course. $25 to register, space is limited.
The Lake Bomoseen Association is hosting a 9 & Dine Golf Tournament at the Bomoseen Golf Course. Cost to register is $25 which includes cart rental, and there will be prizes for longest drive, closest to pin, mulligans etc. Space is limited to 44 golfers, so pre-registration is required. Contact Jim at Bomoseen Golf Course at 802-468-5581 to reserve your spot.

Okemo’s Jackson Gore Summer Concert Series
6 p.m. Jackson Gore Inn courtyard in Ludlow. Free.
A Friday night tradition for area visitors and locals, Okemo kicks off summer weekends with a free lawn concert from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Jackson Gore Inn courtyard. Concerts feature popular regional musical guests. Lawn chairs and picnic blankets are welcome, but no outside alcohol is allowed.

Killington Music Festival: Young Artist Series
7 p.m. Pico Mountain Lodge in Killington. Free.
Performances of the Young Artists Series are held at Pico Mountain Lodge at 7 p.m. Fridays, July 1, 8, 15, Wednesday July 20, and Thursday July 21 admission is free. For more info visit killingtonmusicfestival.org.

Vermont Symphony Orchestra 2022 Summer Festival Tour: Celebrate! 7:30 p.m. Suicide Six Ski Area in South Pomfret. $35/Adult, $5/Child.
The VSO returns on its beloved statewide summer concert tour with “Celebrate!” conducted by Music Director candidate Julian Pellicano. Alongside perennial Pops favorite music by John Williams (Liberty and Olympic Fanfares) and John Philip Sousa (the rousing Stars and Stripes Forever), enjoy strains of Bernstein’s “West Side Story”, Copland’s feisty “Rodeo”, Rossini’s “William Tell Overture”, Quinn Mason’s sparkling “A Joyous Fanfare” and more. VSO Principal Trombonist Matt Wright is out soloist for the concert, which closes this year with a festive light display in lieu of fireworks. For more info and to purchase tickets visit vso.org.

Bethel Drive In
9 p.m. 36 Bethel Drive in Bethel.
Double feature. Minions: The Ride of Gru at 9 p.m. followed by The Bad Guys at 10:30 p.m.

Open House Tour of New Killington Municipal Public Safety Building
All Day. Killington municipal building on Killington Access Road. Free.
Open House to tour the new municipal building on the Killington Access Road. Killington Search and Rescue team will have stations set up displaying rope skills, wilderness first aid, and canine search and rescue demonstrations. Grilled food and drinks will be served. The public is welcome.

Brandon Independence Day Celebration
All Day. Downtown Brandon. Free.
Brandon’s biggest summer event will return to their newly rejuvenated downtown with a full day’s worth of family fun, beginning with a parade and ending with fireworks. The parade will start at 10 a.m. followed by vendors, music, games and activities throughout the day. The annual Street Dance, with Jam Man Entertainment, will begin at 5 p.m. in the new parking lot between Central Park and Park Street. Fireworks, fired at dusk from the new Mill Lane location, will be viewable from nearly everywhere within a mile of downtown. For info visit brandon.org.

Rutland Summer Farmers’ Market
9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Depot Park in Downtown Rutland.
From May to October the The Vermont Farmers Market and The Rutland County Farmer’s Market combine forces at Depot Park, located in the heart of downtown Rutland, to form the Downtown Rutland Summer Market. This massive outdoor market features farmers, potters, canners, bakers, jewelers, distillers, quilters, woodworkers, live music and much more. Not to mention an excellent selection of ethnic cuisines. Bring cash or buy tokens with a debit or credi card. Some vendors accept debit/credit cards, but not all.

Artisan Market
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Chaffe Art Center at 16 South Main St. in Rutland.
The Chaffee Art Center invites the public to their Artisan Market. Booths will feature all forms of the arts, variety of crafts, specialty foods and more will be on the lawn of the Chaffee Art Center. Vendors are still welcome to apply. For more info visit chaffeeartcenter.org.

Fletcher Farm Arts & Crafts Festival
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 611 Route 103 South in Ludlow. Free.
On Saturday, July 2, Fletcher Farm School will be holding their first Arts and Crafts Festival for the year. There will be over 25 crafters and artists, many inside, along with food and music. Demonstrations will be offered in Silk Shibori and Creative Metalworking. The Festival runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine, and admission is free.

Cooler in the Mountains Concert Series
3-5 p.m. Snowshed Base Area in Killington. Free.
The 10- week concert series will feature top names from the regional and national music scene through the summer, culminating on Sep. 3. This family-friendly weekly concert takes place at the Snowshed Base Area. Families are encouraged to arrive early to enjoy the festive atmosphere and all the summer activities Killington Resort offers. For more info visit killington.com.

19th Annual Lake Rescue Association Independence Day Picnic
3 – 6 p.m. 775 East Lake Road in Ludlow. Adults $10, 4 – 9yr old $5.
Join for live music with Sammy Blanchette, BBQ from Off the Rails, an ice cream truck, games, raffles, and more. For more info and to register visit lakerescue.org.

Plymouth Farmer’s Market  
3 – 6 p.m. The Community Center at 35 School Drive in Plymouth.
Join Plymouth for their weekly farmer’s market weekly on Sundays.

Mountain Friends and Freedom
5 p.m. Stratton Mountain Resort. $5 in advance; $10 day of event.
Mountain Friends and Freedom is Stratton Mountain’s annual Sunday evening celebration for the Fourth of July Weekend. Come out with the whole family and let the kids play all day. We’ll have outdoor activities including the harnessed rock climbing wall, sack race, three-legged race, everyone’s favorite Fourth of July pie eating contest and other family activities.The outdoor stage is set for live music by The Dave Matthews Tribute Band at 5:30 p.m. Fireworks at 9 p.m.

Brownsville Independence Day Celebrations
6 – 9 p.m. Ascutney Outdoors in Brownsville. Free.
The festivities will start at 6 p.m., the fireworks will start at dusk and the fun will run until 9 p.m. or until the fireworks are over. Attendees will enjoy music, food, fireworks and family fun. The Moonlighters Snowmobile Club will be selling hot dogs, hamburgers and fries. Wicked Awesome BBQ will be offering up their fare and the Lazy Cow will be dishing up scrumptious ice cream delights.

Bethel Drive In
9 p.m. 36 Bethel Drive in Bethel.
Double feature. Minions: The Ride of Gru at 9 p.m. followed by The Bad Guys at 10:30 p.m.

Fireworks at the Fairgrounds
9:45 p.m. Vermont State Fairgrounds, Rutland.
Enjoy fireworks Sunday, July 3 at dark from Rutland’s fairgrounds.

Fireworks at Northwood Park
8:30-9:30 p.m. 185 Northwood Park Road, Rutland. Free.
All are welcome to join, fireworks at dark.

Town of Killington Fourth of July Celebration
All Day. Killington Recreation Center, River Rd. Free.
Celebrate the Fourth of July with the Town of Killington. Parade starts at 10 AM. Food served starting at 11 AM. Pool activities and games. Evening fireworks. Killington residents are encouraged to donate pasta or potato salads. Please bring these items to the Rec Center between 9 and 10 a.m. on the 4th. Please use a disposable container. The public is welcome.

Brownsville Independence Day Celebration
All Day. Brownsville. Free.
Brownsville Community Church will kick off the 4th of July 2022 from 8:30 – 10 a.m. with an abundant buffet breakfast which will be served in Fellowship Hall. Starting at 9 a.m, there will be vendors selling their wares inside Town Hall. At 1:30 spectators will experience the Brownsville Independence Day Grand parade which will feature the Shriners Clowns, fire trucks from all around the region and local float entries.

4th on the Farm
All Day. Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock. Included in general admission.
A traditional Billings Farm July 4th guarantees fun for all ages! Join us for a patriotic family celebration featuring wagon rides, sack races, flag making, historic speeches and debates, the reading of the Declaration of Independence at noon, and a rousing game of baseball. For more info visit billingsfarm.org.

Poultney 4th of July parade
10 a.m. East Poultney. Free. Parade line-up will be at 9 a.m. at the East Poultney Green, and judging will take place there.  The theme for 2022 will be “Poultney: Four Seasons of Fun!” The five categories will be: Best depicts the theme, business that best depicts the theme, best depicts the organization, most patriotic, most photographic. Each category winner receives $100 cash prize.

Babies and Toddlers Rock
10-10:30 a.m. Fox Room, Rutland Free Library in Rutland. Free.
A music and pre-literacy program for children 0-24 months with Linda McFarlane. Free and open to all. For more info visit rutlandfree.org.

President Calvin Coolidge Birthday Celebration
10 a.m. The Coolidge Homestead in Plymouth. Free.
Selected as a “Top 10 Summer Event” by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce. Calvin Coolidge is the only U.S. president born on Independence Day, and this year is his 150th birthday. At noon,the Vermont National Guard leads a march to the cemetery where a wreath from the White House is placed at the president’s gravesite. Afternoon activities include tours of the historic village, barbecue, birthday cake, wagon rides, Stringfield Springers old-time string band, traditional craft demonstrations, and children’s games. The event is free; admission is charged to tour the historic buildings.

A Community of Parents
10 a.m. Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum, Rutland. Free.
The community meets from 10-11:30 a.m. at Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum. Snacks provided, siblings welcome. Find connection, education, and a community to share with. They’re here to support you during the transition of adding a new baby or child to your family – or whenever you need a community of parents to listen! All parents including expecting parents and caregivers welcome. For more info visit wonderfeetkidsmuseum.org.

Killington Bone Builders
10 a.m. Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Road, Killington. Free.
In the meeting room at Sherburne Memorial Library. Weights provided. For more info call Pat at 802-422-3368. Drive-up pick-up meals 12 p.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. $3.50 Donation ages 65+, $6 fee under age 65. Reservations required. Godnick Center, in partnership with Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging and Meals on Wheels, is providing drive-up pick-up meals on Mondays and Thursdays at noon at the Godnick Center. Call 802-773-1853 for information or to make a reservation for pick-up. For more info or to make a reservation call 802-773-1853.

Drive-up pick-up meals
12 p.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street in Rutland. $3.50 Donation ages 65+, $6 fee under age 65. Reservations required.
Godnick Center, in partnership with Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging and Meals on Wheels, is providing drive-up pick-up meals on Mondays and Thursdays at noon at the Godnick Center. Call (802)773-1853 for information or to make a reservation for pick-up. For more info or to make a reservation call 802-773-1853.

Bone Builders
1 p.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. Free.
An Osteo Exercise Program. All you need to bring with you is a bottle of water. The weights are provided. For more info and to RSVP call 802-775-8220.

Open Discussion and Support Group for Frontline Workers
3:30 p.m. Virtual. Free.
Join this facilitated discussion to share and learn from your peers in front-line positions about how best to manage during this time. COVID Support VT staff will provide a structured environment for discussion and tips for coping and wellness. For more info visit bit.ly/frontlineworkerssupport.

Poultney 4th of of July celebration and fireworks
5:30 p.m. Poultney Elementary School Field. Free. At 5:30 p.m. the No Strings Marionette Company will provide children and family entertainment at the Poultney Elementary School. At 6:45 p.m. there’s a Magic Show with Blaine Goad. At 8 p.m. there’s a dance party with DJ John Saltis. At 9 p.m./dusk there’s fireworks.

4th of July Fireworks in Woodstock
6 p.m. Woodstock Union High School, 496 Woodstock Rd. 1, Woodstock. Free. Children’s activities by ArtisTree Community Arts Center and partners will have a variety of games for kids and adults. Woodstock Union High School will be operating the Barbecue Tent and Cookout this year serving hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, drinks, desserts, and more!  The Lazy Cow Vermont, a mobile ice cream cafe will serve local Vermont-made ice cream. “Touch-a-truck” with Woodstock Fire Department and EMS trucks and ambulances in front of the Union Arena.Performace by the BoarderStone Band from 6:15-9:15 p.m. The Ora E. Paul American Legion and Boy Scout Troop 220 will perform a flag ceremony at 8 p.m. To complete the evening there will be a spectacular July 4th fireworks display at dusk.

Knit Night
6 p.m. Kimball Library in Randolph. Free.
Bring your knitting – or other handicraft – and enjoy an evening of crafting and socializing. For all ages and experience levels. For more info visit kimballlibrary.org.

NAMI Connection peer support group
7 p.m. Virtual. Free.
Struggling with managing your mental health? NAMI Connection Peer Support Group can help. This is a free, 90-minute recovery support group for people living with a mental health condition. For more info., visit namivt.org/support/peer-support-groups or contact Nick Martin at [email protected]

Ludlow 4th of July Fireworks
Dusk. Sugar House at Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow. Free.
Enjoy this Independence Day celebration on Monday July 4th beginning at dusk near the Sugar House located at Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow. Parking is in the Okemo base lodge parking lot.

Bone Builders Mendon Seniors
10 a.m. Roadside Chapel, 1680 Townline Rd in Mendon. Free.
Join Mendon Seniors for their bone building session every Tuesday and Thursday. Call 802-775-3766 for availability.

Fair Haven Sea Star Studded Celebrity Summer
10 a.m. Fair Haven Free Library. Free.
Beginning in July, Fair Haven Free Library invites everyone to dive in, join in, and make a splash about reading this summer. There will becelebrity story tellers, magic, reading challenges, book club discussions, music and more. Call 802-265-8011 for more info.

Knitting Group
12:30 p.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. Free.
Gather your knitting (or crochet) project and let’s come together! We are trying a new way of gathering with our creative interests. To RSVP call 802-773-1853 or email [email protected]

Chess Club
4 p.m. Godnick Center, 1 Deer Street, Rutland. Free.
Are you new to the game or have you been playing for years? This is an opportunity for players of all levels and ages to play chess. Bring your own chess set if you are able, some sets will be available. For more info contact club organizer Gregory Weller at [email protected]

Circle of Fathers
4 p.m. Virtual. Free.
Fathers Support Group. Run by Prevent Child Abuse VT. For more info contact Amber Menard, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-552-4274 or [email protected]

Circle of Parents in Recovery
5:30 p.m. Virtual. Free.
Virtual support group. Run by Prevent Child Abuse VT. For more info contact Cindy Atkins, Family Support Programs Coordinator, at 802-498-0608 or [email protected]

Grief support
6 p.m. VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region’s Rutland office at 7 Albert Cree Drive, Rutland and virtually. Free.
The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region, (VNAHSR) will provide grief support services both in-person and virtually every Tuesday from 6-7 p.m. at the VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region’s Rutland office on 7 Albert Cree Drive. Led by Spiritual and Bereavement Coordinator, Collin Terenzini. Space is limited. To register call 802-855-4533.

Tunesdays Summer Concert Series
6 p.m. Pittsford Village Farm. Free.
Pittsford Village Farm is hosting its third season of outdoor evening concerts with nine concerts taking place on Tuesdays, 6 to 8 p.m. from June 21 through August 16. This Tuesday, June 21, KeruBo sings African folk music and Afro-jazz, from slave spirituals, laments, civil rights & story songs, gospel, more.KeruBo will play 6-7 p.m. with local artists Steve and Kim Spensley finishing out the evening 7-8 p.m. There will be a food truck or food cart on site for each of these events. Adequate free parking is available. If weather is threatening, the rain venue is the Lothrop Gym on Rte 7 in Pittsford. For more info visit pittsfordvillagefarm.org.

27th Annual Castleton Summer Concerts: Mile Twelve
7 p.m. Castleton Pavilion. Free.
All concerts in the series begin at 7 p.m. and are free and open to the public. The Castleton Pavilion is an indoor/outdoor facility, which allows concerts to be held rain or shine. At each performance, Castleton University will collect non-perishable food items to support the Castleton Food Shelf. For more info visit castleton.edu/summerconcerts.

All listings subject to state regulations and some are weather permitting, so please call ahead. Did we miss an event? Let us know by emailing [email protected]!

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