Calendar of Events

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DECEMBER 2004

12/1…PENDRAGON THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre will hold performances of “The Diary of Anne Frank” on December 1 at 10 a.m. at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts in Lake Placid. For two years eight people hid in a secret annex hoping to escape Hitler’s horrifying annihilation of 6 million Jews. During that time Anne Frank emerged as a passionate, gifted and extraordinarily wise young woman. She was able to confront the increasing horror of her time and the complexities of a claustrophobic existence with wit, insight and resilience. Anne’s diary provided her solace in the midst of chaos and hope for the future.

12/2…BROWN BAG LUNCH: Ellen Rocco, Station Manager, will talk about her 25 years with North Country Public Radio at 12:00 noon in the Cantwell Community Room of the Saranac Lake Free Library. Under her direction, the station has expanded from a single transmitter to a network serving the Adirondack North Country, a process that continues with the planned installation of new transmitters to reach unserved communities in the blueline. NCPR is recognized annually by the Associated Press, Public Radio News Directors Assn., and National Federation of Community Broadcasters for excellence in news/production work, receiving awards for work in daily news reporting, feature stories and extended series. Ellen Rocco was elected to the Board of National Public Radio in 2003. She attended the US Army War College National Security Seminar in June 2004. Bring soup and/or sandwich and join your friends for this program. Dessert and beverage will be provided by the hopitality committee of the library, led by Joy Harvey. 12:00 noon in the Cantwell Room of the Saranac Lake Free Library. This program is free and open to the public.

12/2…BENEFIT JOY TO THE CHILDREN XVIII: Join the LPCA for the 18th Annual Joy to the Children Benefit at the Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa donated by Lisa and Ed Weibrecht. This holiday benefit raises funds to support exceptional children’s arts programs throughout the year.

12/3…JAZZ SERIES: The Arts Council for the Northern Adirondacks is pleased to present for their final performance of The Progressive Jazz Series “Sonny & Perley Jazz Trio performing A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald.” Show time is 7:30 p.m. at the Wadhams Bakery located on Route 22 in Wadhams. Admission is $7 for adults. Students are free with an adult.

12/3-12/4…17th ANNUAL SPARKLE VILLAGE CRAFT SHOW: Artisans from around the North Country bring their crafts to a special sparkle village craft show. December 3 from 4-8 p.m., December 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

12/3-12/4…PENDRAGON THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre will hold performances of The Diary of Anne Frank on December 3 and 4 at 7:30 p.m. in Saranac Lake. For two years eight people hid in a secret annex hoping to escape Hitler’s horrifying annihilation of 6 million Jews. During that time Anne Frank emerged as a passionate, gifted and extraordinarily wise young woman. She was able to confront the increasing horror of her time and the complexities of a claustrophobic existence with wit, insight and resilience. Anne’s diary provided her solace in the midst of chaos and hope for the future.

12/4…GRAND OPENING: Inner Quest Yoga & Wellness Center, “Alternative fitness classes and holistic services for health, happiness & heart!” 238 Broadway, Saranac Lake – at the stop light by Aubuchon’s. Grand Opening: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

12/4…BLUSEED STUDIOS HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE: The best art and fine crafts in the region! Pottery, handmade silver, blacksmith ware, painting, sculpture…bring the kids and let them make a special greeting card. Great for the whole family!

12/4…HOLIDAY BAZAAR: St. Luke’s Church in Saranac Lake will hold its Annual Holiday Bazaar from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., featuring handmade items, gifts, baked goods, a raffle and a silent auction.

12/4…HOLIDAY FOR THE BIRDS: At the Newcomb VIC, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. The VIC will be reusing half-gallon milk cartons and turning them into birdfeeders. We’ll also make some treats for the birds. Fun for the whole family.

12/4…SPAGHETTI DINNER: Area residents are invited to attend a Spaghetti Dinner to be held at St. Bernard’s School on Saturday, December 4th from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. The dinner is to raise money for the 5th Grade’s Whale Watching Trip. Many area businesses have donated food and supplies for the dinner: La Bella Ristorante, Little Italy Pizzeria, Belvedere Restaurant, Stewarts Shops, Corvo Restaurant and Lake View Deli. Dinner prices are $7 for adults and $5 for children. Dinner includes Salad, Spaghetti, Meat Balls, Bread, Dessert, and Beverage.

12/4…A HANDMADE HOLIDAY: Northern Lights School on Park Road, Wilmington is the site of, “A Handmade Holiday” from 10-2 pm. Set aside time during the busy holiday season to enjoy delicious food, lively holiday music, and a marionette puppet show and to create unique holiday gifts with your own hands. Returning again is the Merry Elves Gift Shoppe. This magical shopping experience will feature Waldorf-style toys for imaginative play: soothing silks, wooden toys, and lovely handmade dolls. Parent/child activity kits are a very popular feature along with parenting and educational books. There are also handmade gift items and creative decorations for the adults. The hours of this holiday store have been extended this year to include: Friday December 3rd from 6:30-9:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 5th from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., and is open to the public free of charge. Food will be available Saturday throughout the day at the Star Fairy Café. This community event is sponsored in part by local businesses and benefits the Northern Lights Scholarship Fund.

12/5…LECTURE: Pendragon Theatre will host a special lecture before its 2 p.m. December 5th matinee of The Diary of Anne Frank. At 1:30 p.m, Dr. Herbert Savel will talk about his holocaust carvings currently on display in Pendragon’s gallery. Audiences have been mesmerized by the production and Dr. Savel’s moving tribute to those who perished in the holocaust. On his website Dr. Savel states: “In April of 2002, I began my current project, entitled “Kaddish in Wood”. This consists of an ongoing series of painted woodcarvings, each of which is inspired by a specific surviving Holocaust photograph. The goal of my art project is to represent the Holocaust in terms that the human mind can comprehend…Many of the young people who have seen my work ask “Did this really happen?” They cannot believe that such barbarity occurred so recently. It is comments like this that continue to fill me with the passion to continue my work.”

12/5…PENDRAGON THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre will hold performances of The Diary of Anne Frank on December 5 at 2 p.m. in Saranac Lake. For two years eight people hid in a secret annex hoping to escape Hitler’s horrifying annihilation of 6 million Jews. During that time Anne Frank emerged as a passionate, gifted and extraordinarily wise young woman. She was able to confront the increasing horror of her time and the complexities of a claustrophobic existence with wit, insight and resilience. Anne’s diary provided her solace in the midst of chaos and hope for the future.

12/5…SCAT: At the Paul Smiths VIC, 1 – 3 p.m. Do you know your doo? This program is for 5- to 12-year-olds who want to improve their skills at the identification of animal droppings. A portion of this program will be outside looking for the stuff.

12/8…COMMUNITY MEETING: The Red Carpet Team extends a public invitation to join them to discuss a vision and economic development opportunities for the Saranac Lake area. This community meeting will take place from 7-9 p.m. at the Saranac Lake Free Library’s Community Room.

12/8…OPEN ENROLLMENT: The Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce will hold an open enrollment session for health insurance from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Tom Callahan, Director of North Country Business Services, will be on hand to answer any health insurance questions.

12/9…OPEN MINDED MIC NIGHT: Bluseed Studios creates an intimate coffeehouse atmosphere where artists can come to experiment, diverge and perform. There is a special guest performer who hosts each Night! December 9 hosted by Staber & Chasnoff, traditional bluegrass & folk. Artists should arrive by 7 p.m. to sign up. There are two sets limited to 5 acts per set. First set priority will be given to performers 17 and younger, until 7:15.

12/11…NATURAL ORNAMENTS WORKSHOP: At the Newcomb VIC, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Decorate your Holidays with ornaments you make from pinecones, seeds, milkweed pods, twigs and much more. Fun for the whole family.

12/11…OUT AND ABOUT: At the Newcomb VIC, 1:30 p.m. Adaptations for Winter Survival. Guest Naturalist Peter O’Shea will lead a walk on one of our trails and explain the adaptations plants and animals utilize to survive the winter season.

12/11…JOY OF GIVING PARTY: The 10th Annual Joy of Giving Party will be held from 2-4 p.m. at the Paul Smiths College Forestry Cabin. Some local families have decided they do not want to support a holiday season filled with commercialism and the “me, me, me” syndrome. They are choosing to focus on the gift of giving instead of receiving. To celebrate the gift of giving this holiday season, Sheila Delarm and Bob Eckert of New & Improved! are throwing the 10th annual “Joy of Giving” party for anyone who would like to join them. Each child or family is asked to bring an unwrapped gift ($10 or under), or a used toy in excellent condition, to give to the elves, who will arrive in a horse-drawn sleigh.

12/11…CONCERT: Staber & Chasnoff at Bluseed Studios on December 11th. Traditional bluegrass & folk music. 7:30 p.m.

12/11…KENNY ROGERS CONCERT: Take a musical journey through a winter wonderland with Grammy Award-winning Kenny Rogers! “Kenny Rogers & Friends Celebrate the Season” will delight audiences at the historic 1980 Olympic Arena in Lake Placid at 7:30 p.m. Kenny is joined by country stars Billy Dean and Rebecca Lynn Howard, who participated in the “Songs at the Lake” concert in Lake Placid last summer.

12/11…AN ADIRONDACK CHRISTMAS IV: The LPCA presents the fourth annual – An Adirondack Christmas featuring Dan Duggan, Roy Hurd, Peggy Lynn and Frank Orsini at 7 p.m. Four of the Adirondacks favorite musicians and several special guests, join forces to delight audiences of all ages with this special holiday program. Join the LPCA in celebrating the season with music, song, laughter and cheer. Tickets are $12 adults, $10 students & seniors, $6 for children under 12.

12/12…BOREAL LIFE SNOWSHOE WALK: At the Paul Smiths VIC, 1 – 3 p.m. Join a naturalist as we walk this trail looking for animals and their signs. In the event that there is not enough snow we will walk instead of snowshoe. Snowshoes will be provided. Wear boots.

12/12…OPEN HOUSE: Adirondack Habitat for Humanity invites the public to an open house at its sixth home 3 p.m. Rehabilitation on the four-bedroom house at 171 Charles Street in Saranac Lake began in February and will become home to Jesse & Michele Howland and their four children just in time for Christmas. House tours and refreshments will follow the brief dedication ceremony. The public is encouraged to attend.

12/14…PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT AND CONTRACT SIGNING: The Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce announces that the date for its formal announcement and contract signing of its new partnership with the Plattsburgh-North Country Chamber of Commerce will take place at the Hotel Saranac on Tuesday, December 14 at 8 a.m. A free breakfast for all Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce members will also take place from 8:00-10:00 a.m. to introduce them to the partnership goals and benefits. This event is open to Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce members.

12/15…WINTER CARNIVAL COMMITTEE MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in the Boardroom of North Country Community College. Winter Carnival will take place from February 4-13, 2005, and the theme is “Adirondack Aloha.” Committee meetings are open to the public.

12/16…BROWN BAG LUNCH: Presenter: Bob Seidenstein. Topic: Opening of Paint and Palette Art Association Winter Show. Bring soup and/or sandwich and join your friends for this program. Dessert and beverage will be provided by the hopitality committee of the library, led by Joy Harvey. 12:00 noon in the Cantwell Room of the Saranac Lake Free Library. This program is free and open to the public.

12/17…NIGHT HIKE: OWL PROWL: At the Newcomb VIC, 6 – 8 p.m. We will walk and call for owls in hope of hearing a response from one of these night hunters.

12/17…HOLIDAY MUSIC: Tupper Lake Arts Council presents Holiday Music at St. Alphonsus Church in Tupper Lake. 7 p.m., followed by refreshments in the church reception area. The concert will feature the Madrigal Singers from Saranac Lake, Joel Perkins, Violinist, Wind, brass and woodwind ensembles (from TLCS) and student violinists. Donations appreciated. All donations will help fund the program of the Tupper Lake Arts Council.

12/18…PIE SALE: The Saranac Lake Fish & Game Club will hold a pie sale at the Blue Line Sport Shop in Saranac Lake.

12/18…HOLIDAY HANDLE BASKET: At the Paul Smiths VIC, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Kids and adults can join Clear Creek Weavers and create a holiday basket made out of red and green reeds. You may want to bring a bag lunch or a snack. Pre-registration is required.

12/18…SATURDAY MATINEE: NATURE VIDEOS AT THE VIC: At the Newcomb VIC, 1 – 3 p.m. Come in from the cold and enjoy nature videos in our multi-purpose room. Drop in.

12/18…BENEFIT FUNDRAISER: Adirondack Film Society hosts “The Damah Film Festival” from 7-10 p.m. at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts. Screening of short films, featuring “The Least of These,” followed by a “Taste of the Town” cocktail reception and silent auction. With items such as ski passes, theatre passes, resort stays, spa certificates, adventure, clothing, gift baskets, autographed memorabilia and a private screening for 50 people. Tickets are $35 and up: $35 (entrance), $50-99 (film crew), $100-499 (film editor), $500-999 (screenwriter), $1,000-2,499 (director), $2,500-4,999 (producer) and $5,000+ (exec producer). Higher contribution levels will be listed as members of the society in the program for next year.

12/18-12/19…PENDRAGON THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, “A Christmas Carol,” at the theatre on Brandy Brook Avenue at 2 and 7 p.m. Bake sale.

12/19…NATURAL ORNAMENTS: At the Paul Smiths VIC, 1 – 3 p.m. Bring the family out for this perennial favorite and craft an ornament out of natural materials. Amaze yourself with some of the creations. Drop in.

12/21-12/23…PENDRAGON THEATRE: Pendragon Theatre presents, “A Christmas Carol,” at the theatre on Brandy Brook Avenue at 7 p.m. Bake sale.

12/24…CHRISTMAS EVE SLEIGH RIDE: Look for Santa as you enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride. Enjoy a special Christmas Eve dinner in front of the fireplace with candlelight and Christmas carols.

12/25-1/1/05…SLEIGH RIDES: Sleigh rides offered. Enjoy dinner by candlelight in a warm, cozy log cabin.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS HERKIMER COUNTY

Old Forge, New York

December 2004

Dec. 5 HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE Old Forge. Town of Webb Historical Association. 1 p.m.- 3 p.m. at the Goodsell Memorial Museum, 2993 Main Street.

Dec. 10 AMERICAN SNOWMOBILER “BATTLE OF OLD FORGE & AFTER MARKET SHOOTOUT.” – Turn at the blinking light in Woodgate, Route 28.

Dec. 11 & 12 29TH ANNUAL SNODEO – Snodeo is the “kick-off” weekend for the 2004/2005 snowmobile season. Come and see the 120cc races for our next generation of snowmobilers, take a chance to win a new snowmobile – you have a 1 in 999 chance to win the sled of your choice of the 5 models offered, along with cash prizes and many other giveaways. Tickets are available at the Visitor Information Center, Don’s Polaris, Old Forge Powersports, Big Moose Arctic-Cat/Yamaha. On Saturday any unsold tickets will be available at North Street Pavilion. Top off the evening with our spectacular fireworks display.

Win a new Sled!!

2005

January

Jan. 21 & 22 ZIPPY’S CRUSADE FOR KIDS Old Forge. 4th annual snowmobile charity ride to benefit sick, terminally ill and disabled children. Reception and autograph session with NASCAR personalities.

February

Feb. 11 -18 WINTER CARNIVAL Old Forge. Outdoor competitions, ski races, fireworks and community dance at McCauley Mountain. Feb. 11-13. Community sponsored events throughout the week.

March

Mid-March SNOCROSS Old Forge. New York state championship snowmobile race, part of the Rock Maple Racing circuit.

March 18 ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE Old Forge. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Adirondack style. Irish eyes will be smiling as the wacky and whimsical floats and marchers parade up Main Street.

 

Hamilton County

December 2004

12/04/2004 – 12/04/2004

Annual LLCS Christmas Craft Fair

LL Central School

Rte 28N/30

Long Lake, NY 12847

 

12/04/2004 – 12/04/2004

Christmas Tree Lighting & Caroling

4 Corners

4:30pm. Sing Carols with live band music as we light the village Christmas Tree!

 

12/04/2004 – 12/04/2004

Christmas Tree Lighting & Caroling

4 Corners

Intersection Rte 30 & Rte 8

Speculator, NY 12164

 

Sat; 4:30pm

Join the Village of Speculator at the 4 Corners to light the Christmas tree and sing carols with live music from “A Pretty Good Band”.

 

12/04/2004 – 12/04/2004

Great Adirondack Snow Dance

Melody Lodge

Speculator, NY 12164

Sat; 4pm – 1am

Fun for the kids: Bingo the clown, Santa Claus, Percy Penquin, hot cocoa and toys. Cermonial Bonfire and Dance at dusk. Buffet dinner, Fireworks and live entertainment.

 

12/05/2004 – 12/05/2004

Christmas Tree Lighting

Main Street

Inlet, NY 13360

 

Tree Lighting at 5pm. Refreshments served afterwards. Come celebrate the holidays!

 

12/05/2004 – 12/05/2004

Inlet Tree Lighting Ceremony

Main St

Inlet, NY 13360

 

Sun; 5pm.

Lighting of Christmas Tree on Main Street. Refreshments served immediately following.

 

12/06/2004 – 12/06/2004

Christmas Gift Shop

Indian Lake Firehall

 

Kids! Santa will be here from 11am to 12 Noon. Come one, come all!

12/11/2004 – 12/11/2004

Community Chorus Christmas Concert

LL Town Hall

This FREE event features a variety of Christmas music, including semi-classical, pop, carols & more.

 

12/18/2004 – 12/18/2004

26th Annual Reindeer Roundup X-C Ski Pursuit Race

Lapland Lake Vacation Ctr

 

 

 

Sat; Race starts 10 am

7.5km classic technique X-C Ski race, followed by a 7.5km freestyle technique X-C ski race. Entry Fee, awards, prizes! Live Reindeer!

 

January 2005

01/08/2005 – 01/09/2005

 

Lapland Lake Ski Fest

139 Lapland Lake Rd

Benson, NY 12134

518/863-4974

800/453-SNOW

 

 

Sat – Free XC Ski Lessons.

Free 1st time timer adult and junior classic and skate X-C Ski lessons. Preregistration required. Equipment and facility use fees apply.

 

02/19/2005 – 02/19/2005

Raquette Lake Winter Carnival

Rte 28

Village Green

Raquette Lake, NY 13436

 

Sat-9am- DUSK , FREE!

Fun and games for all ages including the popular snowshoe races. Games and events for all ages scheduled all day throughout the town. Fireworks at dusk, followed by a large bonfire and tug of war!

 

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December 2004

 

12/02/04 – 12/05/04 CAN/AM Hockey Tournament

Mite/Novice, Squirt/Atom, Peewee, and Bantam hockey players take to the ice for this tournament.

Location: Olympic Center

Location Town: Lake Placid

Time: All Day

 

 

12/02/04 – 01/03/05 The Cover Art Show and all of The Silent Auction P

Location: North Country Community College, 113 Montcalm St. Ticonderoga

Location Town: Ticonderoga

Time: M-Fri 8:30-4:30, during even. classes

 

 

12/03/04 – 01/10/05 Art Show

Location: Depot Theatre Lobby

Location Town: Westport

 

 

12/03/04 – 12/05/04 Merry Elves Shoppe

Waldorf-style toys, books, and handmade gifts on sale.

Location: Northern Lights School

Location Town: Wilmington

Time: Dec. 3, 6:30-9:00pm, Dec. 4 and 5, 10am-2pm

 

 

12/03/04 – 12/04/04 17th Annual Sparkle Holiday Craft Show and Sale

Vast array of hand crafted items for show and sale

Location: Harrietstown Auditorium, Saranac Lake

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: Fri. Dec. 3, 4-8 pm and Sat. Dec. 4, 10am-4pm

 

 

12/03/04 – 12/05/04 Essex Initiatives; Christmas In The Village

Christmas In The Village

Location: Essex

Location Town: Essex

Time: 10:00 AM DAILY

 

 

12/03/04 – 12/05/04 Viessmann World Cup Luge

The top luge athletes in the world make a stop at the Verizon Sports Complex for this world cup event. Top athletes include 2002 Olympic Gold medalists Armin Zoeggeler and Sylke Otto as well as the American duo of Mark Grimmette and Brian Martin.

Location: Verizon Sports Complex

Location Town: Lake Placid

Time: See Schedule (TBD)

 

 

12/03/04 A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald with Sonny and Perle

Location: The Inn on the Library Lawn, Westport

Location Town: Westport

Time: 7:30

 

 

12/03/04 – 12/04/04 17th Annual Sparkle Village Craft Show & Sale

Two Day Craft Show & Sale

Location: Harrietstown Town Hall

Location Town: Saranac Lake

 

 

12/03/04 Fall Into Winter

Our Fall Into Winter production

Location: 15 Brandy Brook Avenue, Saranac Lake

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: 7:30 pm

Contact: Box Office

 

 

12/03/04 The Getaway’s Jo and Jive Coffeehouse/Music Series

The Getaway’s Jo and Jive Coffeehouse/Music Series Presents Various Artists

Location: The Saranac Lake “Getaway” Youth Center

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: 7pm

 

Admission: TBA

 

12/04/04 Book Signing

Nathan Farb will be signing his new book ” Adirondack Wilderness”. Refreshments will be served.

Location: The Adirondack Museum on Main Store, Lake Placid

Location Town: Lake Placid

Time: 5:00 – 7:00 pm

 

 

12/04/04 Fall Into Winter

Our Fall Into Winter production

Location: 15 Brandy Brook Avenue, Saranac Lake

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: 7:30 pm

 

 

12/04/04 Holiday for the Birds

The VIC will be turning milk cartons into birdfeeders & making treats for the birds.

Location: Newcomb VIC

Location Town: Newcomb

Time: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

 

 

12/04/04 St. Agnes Annual Christmas Bazaar

Christmas crafts and food. Santa will be there at 11 am to see the children.

Location: St. Agnes Gymnasium

Location Town: Lake Placid

Time: 9am – 2pm

 

12/04/04 – 03/31/04 St. Luke’s Church Annual Bazaar

Handmade items, gifts, raffle and silent auction

Location: St. Luke’s Curch

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: 10am – 3pm

 

12/04/04 A Handmade Holiday

Enjoy food, music, crafts, and a marionette puppet show for a unique holiday time with the family.

Location: Northern Lights School

Location Town: Wilmington

Time: 10am – 2pm

 

Admission: $5 per person or $15 per family

 

12/04/04 Holiday Open House

Pottery, silver, blacksmith ware, painting, sculptures for sale.

Location: Bluseed Studios

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: 10am – 5pm

Admission: Free

 

12/05/04 Fall Into Winter

Our Fall Into Winter production

Location: 15 Brandy Brook Avenue, Saranac Lake

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: 2 pm

 

Admission: $20/$16, Subscriptions Available

 

 

12/09/04 – 12/12/04 Canadian Hockey Enterprises Hockey Tournament

Novice/Mite, Atom/Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Boy’s & Girl’s hockey players from the U.S. and Canada square off at this tournament

Location: Olympic Center

Location Town: Lake Placid

Time: All Day

 

 

12/10/04 The Getaway’s Jo and Jive Coffeehouse/Music Series

The Getaway’s Jo and Jive Coffeehouse/Music Series Presents Various Artists

Location: The Saranac Lake “Getaway” Youth Center

Location Town: Saranac Lake

Time: 7pm

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