May

AMARILLO: May 7 Muttfest The largest fundraiser for Amarillo SPCA, this event includes food, music, booths, canine contests and a reduced-cost shot clinic. Memorial Park, 2501 S. Washington St. amarillospca.net 806/290-2883

BAIRD: May 20 Baird Railhead Festival Enjoy live music, a street dance, a car show, a cook-off, a dog costume contest and more. 100 Market St. bairdchamber.com 325/854-1212 ext. 4

COLORADO CITY: May 21 Run for the Wall Hundreds of motorcycles roll into town, headed to Washington D.C. for Memorial Day, in recognition of the sacrifices and contributions made by all veterans who have served the nation. The school feeds the riders and provides a patriotic program during the meal. Railhead Building, First and Elm streets. coloradocitychamberofcommerce.com 325/728-3403

GRAHAM: May 10-13 Lion’s Club Carnival The Graham Lion’s Club hosts their annual carnival. Downtown Square, 608 Elm St. 940/282-9910

LUBBOCK: May 5 First Friday Art Trail Held predominately in the Lubbock Cultural District, this event brings together collectors, artists and community friends for an evening of art, music and fun. Visitors can grab a map and explore the trail on their own, or jump aboard one of five free First Friday Trolleys and ride to downtown galleries. Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, 511 Avenue K. ffat.org

LUBBOCK: May 6 Cinco de Mayo Parade The fifth annual parade honors the city’s cultural heritage and ethnic diversity. 2201 Broadway St. visitlubbock.org 806/792-1212

LUBBOCK: May 6-7 Lubbock Gem and Mineral Show Vendors offer jewelry, loose stones, cabs, slabs, geodes, beads, gemstones, mineral specimens, crystals, fossils, spheres and lapidary tools. Enjoy numerous prizes, free exhibits, demos and presentations about geology by experts. A kids’ area will have games and grab bags. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane. lubbockgemandmineral.org 806/797-5832

LUBBOCK: May 12-13 Wines and Vines Festival Enjoy outstanding Texas wines with live music, food trucks and vendors. McPherson Cellars, 1615 Texas Ave. mcphersoncellars.com 806/687-9463

SAN ANGELO: May 20 Cactus Market Day Local crafters offer all types of handmade items. Entertainment and food vendors contribute to the festive event. Parking lot between Tarpley Music and Fischer Federal Building, 13 E. Twohig Ave. 325/949-6200

SNYDER: May 5-6 Snyder Wheels Car Show At the 26th annual classic car show, participants can compete for cash prizes and trophies during a day filled with vendors, food, pedal-car races, Hot Wheels races, a burnout contest and a cruise through Snyder. Towle Park, 3000 Towle Park Road. snyderwheelscarclub.com 325/573-8961

WYLIE: May 7 Wylie 500 Pedal-Car Races More than 100 children select unique pedal cars provided and decorated by local merchants. They race 500 inches down Ballard Avenue in heats of six, by age group. Proceeds benefit area Special Olympics and downtown beautification. Ballard Avenue, 112 N. Ballard Ave. wylietexas.gov 972/516-6016

April

ABILENE: Apr. 8-9 Central Texas Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show Event includes fossils, rare minerals, cut and uncut gems, jewelry-making equipment and beads. Crack your own geode and enjoy a silent auction, door prizes and a grand prize drawing. Abilene Civic Center, 1100 N. Sixth St. new.calichetimes.com 325/668-8558

ALBANY: Mar. 4-May 13 “Cell Series: Ted Larsen” A widely acclaimed exhibition series that presents the work of living artists within the challenging upper galleries of the historic 1877 jail structure. The Old Jail Art Center, 201 S. Second St. theojac.org 325/762-2269

ALBANY: Mar. 4-May 13 “Intimate View: The Ramsey Collection” An intimate view of works on paper from Ray and Frances Ramsey’s private collection of old masters and American and European modernists’ works. The Ramsey’s extensive collection has been amassed for more than 40 years and is now housed in a two-story limestone building in Hamilton, Texas. The Old Jail Art Center, 201 S. Second St. theojac.org 325/762-2269

ALBANY: Mar. 4-May 13 “What Lies Beneath: Collage, Montage, Assemblage” Artists use collage, montage and assemblage to manipulate pictorial space. In exploring various concepts, the works can be humorous, political, satirical, socially critical or simply visually stunning. The Old Jail Art Center, 201 S. Second St. theojac.org 325/762-2269

AMARILLO: Mar. 1-May 31 “Nacidos Charro: Born Charro” To be a charro is to be known as a skilled horseman who proudly carries on the longstanding Mexican traditions of roping and handling cattle and horses. This new exhibit honors the history and celebrates the rich culture of the charro and his beloved American quarter horse. American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum, 1600 Quarter Horse Dr. aqha.com 806/376-5181

AMARILLO: Apr. 1 “There Be Monsters” View some of nature’s unknown creatures. Meet a live mermaid, observe a breathing chupacabra and gaze into the stare of Sasquatch. Plus, touch the horn of a unicorn, see the famous Bigfoot track from Willow Creek and more bizarre and unknown mysteries of the natural world. Amarillo Zoo, 700 Comanchero Trail. amarillozoo.org 806/381-7911

AMARILLO: Apr. 7-9 “Evita” Amarillo Opera performs one of the world’s most popular musicals, featuring national guest artists in leading roles. Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts, 501 S. Buchanan St. amarilloopera.org 806/372-7464

AMARILLO: Apr. 21-22 “Swan Lake” Amarillo’s professional ballet company brings a classic performance to the Texas Panhandle. Features guest dancers and members of the resident company. Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts, 501 S. Buchanan St. lonestarballet.org 806/372-2463

BAIRD: Apr. 15 Baird Easter Egg Hunt Kids will meet downtown at 2:30 p.m. to ride the fire trucks to the Park. Egg Hunt begins at 3 p.m. City Park, 900 Market St. 325/854-1212 ext. 4

BIG SPRING: Apr. 1 Spring Pops Concert Presented by Big Spring Symphony, local musicians John Ontiveros and Gracie Acosta help bring legendary Grammy Award–winner Little Joe Y La Familia to the stage. Municipal Auditorium, 310 E. Third St. bigspringsymphony.com 432/263-8235

BIG SPRING: Apr. 1-2 Settles Hotel Invitational Golf Extravaganza This inaugural event will feature food, games, a golf tournament and live music from Ruben Ramos. St. Thomas Hall, 601 N. Main St. bigspringchamber.com 432/213-5461

BIG SPRING: Apr. 22 Master the Mountain 5K and 10K This unique, beautiful and challenging course includes a scenic overlook of the area and more than 200 feet of elevation change. Big Spring State Park, 1 State Park Road 8. permianbasinevents.com 432/263-8235

CANYON: Aug. 29, 2016-Feb. 24, 2018 “When Georgia Was Here” Drawn from the PPHM’s art collection and from public and private collections nationwide, the exhibition will present a new perspective on American art contemporaneous with Georgia O’Keefe’s time at WTAMU in 1916 and 1918. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. panhandleplains.org

COLEMAN: Apr. 7-8 Petticoats on the Prairie Browse antiques, vintage and repurposed treasures, clothing, furniture, jewelry, architectural salvage, handmade goods and more. Bill Franklin Center, 13152 Texas 206. colemantexas.org 325/625-2163

EASTLAND: Apr. 8 Rip’s Ribs Cook-Off Event features live music, arts and crafts, and food: St. Louis–style pork ribs. Courthouse Square, 100 W. Commerce St. eastlandchamber.com 254/629-2332

GRAHAM: Apr. 8 Cars and Stars Show Features unique and custom cars on one of America’s largest downtown squares. Enjoy live music, food, children’s activities and more. Graham Downtown Square, 608 Elm St. visitgrahamtexas.com 940/549-0401

LUBBOCK: Mar. 30-Apr. 1 ABC Pro Rodeo This event offers a night full of amazing talent and rodeo entertainment. City Bank Coliseum, Fourth Street and University Avenue. abcrodeo.com 806/252-8792

LUBBOCK: Apr. 14-15, 21-23 “Peter Pan” Fly away to Neverland for a swashbuckling epic that delivers nonstop action, spellbinding music and stunning choreography. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre, 1501 Mac Davis Blvd. lubbockmoonlightmusicals.org 806/638-5706

LUBBOCK: Apr. 15 Ranch Day Spend some time in the Old West at this 47th annual event, where pioneer life comes alive. National Ranching Heritage Center, 3121 Fourth St. nrhc.ttu.edu 806/742-0498

LUBBOCK: Apr. 21 “Opus Cactus” With nothing more than light, shadow, props and the human body, the internationally renowned MOMIX dance company has astonished audiences on five continents for more than 35 years. TTU Allen Theatre, 15th Street and Akron Avenue. presidentialseries.ttu.edu 806/834-5261

LUBBOCK: Apr. 22-23 Arts Festival The 39th annual event will feature 150 visual artists from around the nation. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane. lubbockartsfestival.org 806/744-2787

LUBBOCK: Apr. 23 Quailapalooza Children 6-12 years old will have a hands-on opportunity to see how scientists study Northern Bobwhite Quail. Texas Tech graduate students will give participants the opportunity to see live adult quail and chicks, learn about thermal cameras and radiotelemetry, observe a quail nest and eggs, learn what quail eat and how scientists capture them, and see how scientists use cameras to study bobwhites and quail predators. National Ranching Heritage Center, 3121 Fourth St. nrhc.ttu.edu 806/742-0498

LUBBOCK: Apr. 28 Uncorked Lubbock and West Texas areas grow more than 80 percent of the grapes in all Texas wines, making the Lubbock area the uncontested capital of Texas grapes. Enjoy local live music and food while tasting some of these wines. American Wind Power Center, 1701 Canyon Lake Dr. lubbockchamber.com 806/761-7000

LUBBOCK: April 29-30 Lubbock Gun & Blade Show BUY-SELL-TRADE or just browse new, used, & collectible guns – part & accessories – clips, grips, ammo, mags, & reloading equipment – supplies, holsters, & knives of all kinds – military surplus, collectibles, & Survival Gear – coins, jewelry, purses – GREAT for the whole family.
Adults $7. Kids under 12 FREE. $1 off active military & NRA/TSRA members with ID (only 1 discount per admittance). 2 for 1 during the 1st hour on both days. 2 day pass for $12. Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am-5pm www.silverspurtradeshows.com 8062531322

QUANAH: Apr. 15 5K Bunny Run and Easter Egg Hunt Start this hopping holiday off with a race, followed by pictures with live bunnies and an Easter egg hunt. Downtown Quanah, 220 S. Main St. quanahnet.com 940/663-2222 or 940/839-7729

SAN ANGELO: Feb. 16-Apr. 9 “Of Texas Rivers and Texas Art” In cooperation with William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art, the museum will feature Texas rivers in different media. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Feb. 16-Apr. 9 “The Work of Abilene Visionary Clint Hamilton” The museum will feature Hamilton’s mid-century art from Texas to New York and back. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 31-Apr. 9 “Over the River and through the Woods” Nick is a single, Italian-American guy from New Jersey who’s been offered a dream job that would take him away from his beloved, but annoying, grandparents. Angelo Civic Theatre, 1936 Sherwood Way. angelotheater.com 325/949-4400

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 1 Heritage Baseball Symposium Program offers presentations and demonstrations highlighting the heritage of baseball in Texas a century-plus ago. Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 South Oakes St. fortconcho.com 325/234-0316

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 9 Chamber Music Series: Angelo State University Music Faculty The program will include a variety of classical and more contemporary instrumental pieces with woodwind, brass, piano, strings and percussion. Vocal works will also be performed. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 15 Cactus Market Day Local crafters offer all types of handmade items. Entertainment and food vendors contribute to the festive event. Parking lot between Tarpley Music and Fischer Federal Building, 13 E. Twohig Ave. 325/949-6200

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 19-22 Regional Cavalry Competition Several dozen riders in period uniforms will be competing in jumping, pistol and saber courses reflecting the U.S. Cavalry drills of the 1800s. Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 S. Oakes St. fortconcho.com 325/234-0316

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 21-Jul. 2 San Angelo Ceramic Invitational Exhibit Enjoy three exhibitions of ceramic art: Sisters Bonnie and Linda Lynch show ceramics and drawings in a joint exhibit; Brian Molanphy fills a gallery with his ceramic installation pieces; and ancient and classical ceramics from the San Antonio Museum of Art are on display. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 22 Frontier Day at Fort Concho This annual festival celebrates Western heritage with an early morning pancake breakfast followed by living history, entertainment, crafts and demonstrations reflecting the 1800s. Event includes finals for the Regional Cavalry Competition. Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 S. Oakes St. fortconcho.com 325/234-0316

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 22 Texas Tenors Enjoy a unique program of classical standards, gospel favorites, and country hits featuring a vocal trio with the San Angelo Symphony. Angelo State University Junell Center, 2235 S. Jackson St. sanangelosymphony.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 23 “Play It Again” Concert This concert series sparkles with the big band music of the West Texas Jazz Orchestra, led by band director James Bode and made up of area high school and junior high band directors, Angelo State University music professors and other musicians. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Apr. 28-May 7 “Gypsy” This drama, loosely based on the 1957 memoirs of striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee, follows the dreams and efforts of her mother, Rose, to raise two daughters to perform onstage and casts an affectionate eye on the hardships of show business life. San Angelo Performing Arts Center, 82 Gillis St. sanangelopac.org 325/655-4136

SNYDER: Mar. 30-Apr. 1 Western Texas College Rodeo Featuring the outstanding WTC rodeo team. The Coliseum, 900 E. Coliseum Dr. wtc.edu 325/574-6107

SNYDER: Apr. 8 Fish-A-Thon Benefits the Buffalo Trail Council Boy Scouts of America. The Towle Park Pond will be stocked with catfish, perch and bass for fishers to compete for $1,000 in hourly prizes and grand prizes. No fishing license is required for this day only. Towle Park Pond, 3000 Towle Park Road. buffalotrailbsa.org/fishathon 325/436-7772

STANTON: Apr. 8-9 Old Sorehead Trade Days Shop for arts and crafts, furniture, jewelry, clothing and antiques. Historic Downtown Streets and Community Center Complex, 105 W. Broadway St. stantontex.com 432/756-2006

VEGA: Apr. 15 Easter Eggstravaganza Children can have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny, play in bounce houses, and enjoy the egg hunt and other fun events. 904 Main St. 806/674-1505

March

ABILENE: Sep. 24-Mar. 11 “Spanish Texas: Legend and Legacy” The history of Texas as a unique blend of Spanish, Native American, Mexican and Anglo-American traditions is the focus of this exhibition spanning all three floors of The Grace Museum. The Grace Museum, 102 Cypress St. thegracemuseum.org 325/673-4587

ALBANY: Mar. 4-May 13 “Cell Series: Ted Larsen” A widely acclaimed exhibition series that presents the work of living artists within the challenging upper galleries of the historic 1877 jail structure. The Old Jail Art Center, 201 S. Second St. theojac.org 325/762-2269

ALBANY: Mar. 4-May 13 “Intimate View: The Ramsey Collection” An intimate view of works on paper from Ray and Frances Ramsey’s private collection of old masters and American and European modernists’ works. The Ramsey’s extensive collection has been amassed for more than 40 years and is now housed in a two-story limestone building in Hamilton. The Old Jail Art Center, 201 S. Second St. theojac.org 325/762-2269

ALBANY: Mar. 4-May 13 “What Lies Beneath: Collage, Montage, Assemblage” Artists use collage, montage and assemblage to manipulate pictorial space. In exploring various concepts, the works can be humorous, political, satirical, socially critical or simply visually stunning. The Old Jail Art Center, 201 S. Second St. theojac.org 325/762-2269

AMARILLO: Jan. 29-Mar. 26 The Impressionist Collection of Montie Ritchie The collection includes landscapes, portraits, interiors and still-life images by leaders of French Impressionism. Ritchie was a leading cattle rancher during the 20th-century. February features a series of lectures on the history of the JA Ranch, French Impressionism and the relationship between Japanese woodcuts and Impressionism. Amarillo Museum of Art, 2200 S. Van Buren St. amarilloart.org 806/371-5050

AMARILLO: Mar. 1-23 “Achievement in Art: The Collection of Montgomery H.W. Ritchie” This special exhibit featuring the works of a private collection includes pieces by Monet, Degas, Renoir, Sisley, Matisse, Cézanne and others. Amarillo Museum of Art, 2200 S. Van Buren St. amarilloart.org 806/371-5050

AMARILLO: Mar. 1-May 31 “Nacidos Charro: Born Charro” To be a charro is to be known as a skilled horseman who proudly carries on the longstanding Mexican traditions of roping and handling cattle and horses. This new exhibit honors the history and celebrates the rich culture of the charro and his beloved American quarter horse. American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum, 1600 Quarter Horse Dr. aqha.com 806/376-5181

AMARILLO: Mar. 23 “Greater Tuna” Take a trip to Tuna in this irreverently hilarious comedy about Texas’ third smallest town, where the Lion’s Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies. All of the town’s eclectic residents are portrayed by only two performers. Amarillo Civic Center Complex Auditorium, 401 S. Buchanan St. panhandletickets.com 806/378-3096

COLORADO CITY: Mar. 18-19 Railhead Trade Days Find arts and crafts, antiques, sports memorabilia, home decor, food and more. Railhead Building, 150 E. First St. coloradocitychamberofcommerce.com 325/728-3403

GRAHAM: Mar. 6-12 Cattlemens Derby and Classic Watch the eigth annual cutting horse competition—a western-style equestrian competition in which a horse and rider work as a team before a judge or panel of judges to demonstrate the horse’s athleticism and ability to handle cattle during a 2 1/2–minute performance. Four helpers assist each contestant. Young County Arena, 120 Barclay Blvd. cattlemenscutting.com 940/549-0401

GRAHAM: Mar. 23-25 Young County PRCA Rodeo The 15th annual event offers plentiful talent and rodeo entertainment. Young County Arena, 120 Barclay Blvd. visitgrahamtexas.com 940/549-0401

LUBBOCK: Mar. 3-4 LSO Masterworks Guest Conductor Daniel Myssyk leads the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra for a special perfomance. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane. lubbocksymphony.org 806/762-1688

LUBBOCK: Mar. 3 We Banjo 3 in Concert The award-winning Irish/American roots ensemble are among the most celebrated and distinguished young musicians in Ireland today. TTU Allen Theatre, 15th Street and Akron Avenue. presidentialseries.ttu.edu 806/834-5261

LUBBOCK: Mar. 8-12 Cirque du Soleil “Ovo” Performance offers a nonstop riot of energy and movement. United Supermarkets Arena, 1701 Indiana Ave. unitedsupermarketsarena.com 806/742-7362

LUBBOCK: Mar. 19 Landmark After Dark Experience nature in Yellow House Draw, and tour the night sky. Lubbock Lake Landmark, 2401 Landmark Dr. depts.ttu.edu/museumttu/lll 806/742-1116

LUBBOCK: Mar. 30-Apr. 1 ABC Pro Rodeo Event offers a night full of amazing talent and rodeo entertainment. City Bank Coliseum, Fourth Street and University Avenue. abcrodeo.com 806/252-8792

LUBBOCK: March 25-26 Lubbock Great Outdoors Expo Silver Spur Trade Shows will host its annual Great Outdoors Expo, featuring a huge variety of vendors in the fishing, hunting, camping, & general outdoor fields. There’s something for everyone. Door prizes on both days & activities for the kiddos, so don’t miss out!
Adults $8. Kids 5-15 $5. $1 off active duty military & NRA/TSRA members with ID Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm www.silverspurtradeshows.com 806-253-1322

SAN ANGELO: Feb. 16-Apr. 9 “Of Texas Rivers and Texas Art” In cooperation with William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art, the museum will feature Texas rivers in different media. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Feb. 16-Apr. 9 The Work of Abilene Visionary Clint Hamilton The museum will feature Hamilton’s mid-century art from Texas to New York and back. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 3 Collectors Society Lecture Enjoy this free lecture by Dr. Todd Caldwell, a hydrologist and geoscientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 3-4 Texas Independence Day Celebration Celebration features the IBCA-sanctioned Texas State Championship Barbecue competition, custom car and hot rods, arts and crafts, an art contest and live entertainment. Texas Pavilion at the Paseo. rotb.com 325/212-4085

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 4 “Bond and Beyond” This concert features pianist Daniela Liebman and soprano Janeene Williams performing James Bond themes, including “007,” “Goldfinger” and “Live and Let Die,” as well as classical pieces by famed composers Holst and Wagner. McNease Convention Center, 500 Rio Concho Dr. sanangelosymphony.org 325/655-4136

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 10-12 Frontier Ladies Living History Conference Event features talks, programs, displays and some shopping opportunities related to the life and times of the women on the frontier. Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 630 S. Oakes St. fortconcho.com 325/234-0316

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 16 Collectors Society Lecture Free lecture by William Gudenrath, a glassblower, scholar, lecturer and teacher. He is recognized as one of the foremost authorities on glassmaking techniques from the ancient world through the 18th century. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 18 Cactus Market Day Local crafters offer all types of handmade items. Entertainment and food vendors contribute to the festive event. Parking lot between Tarpley Music and Fischer Federal Building, 13 E. Twohig Ave. 325/949-6200

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 19 Chamber Music Series: Metamusic Saxophonist Daniel Gordon, violinist Marilyn Reynolds, and pianist Rose Chancler play an eclectic breed of classical music that explores the singing and coloristic possibilities of theirunusual combination of instruments. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 23 Downtown Stroll Free admission to the museum during the event. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love St. samfa.org 325/653-3333

SAN ANGELO: Mar. 31-Apr. 9 “Over the River and through the Woods” Set in 1998 in Hoboken, New Jersey, Nick is a single, Italian-American guy who’s been offered a dream job that would take him away from his beloved—but annoying—grandparents. Angelo Civic Theatre, 1936 Sherwood Way. angelotheater.com 325/949-4400

SHAMROCK: Mar. 17-19 St. Patrick’s Celebration The Official St. Patrick’s Celebration for the State of Texas celebrates all weekend long with festivities including a parade, a dance featuring the Drake Hayes Band, a carnival and the Miss Irish Rose Beauty Contest. 207 N. Main St. shamrocktexas.net 806/256-2501

SNYDER: Mar. 30-Apr. 1 Western Texas College Rodeo Featuring the outstanding Western Texas College Rodeo Team. The Coliseum, 900 E. Coliseum Dr. wtc.edu 325/574-6107

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