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Hawkesbury, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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    Build-A-Mind is a family owned and operated edutainment company. We offer fun and educational enrichment programs for girls and boys ranging in age from 7 to 11 in the Blue Mountains and surrounding areas. Our programs are themed and include holiday workshops, after school clubs, incursions, parties and special events. All of our programs reinforce the four c's of 21st century learning: creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking and use LEGO® bricks and robotics to inspire and ... Read more engage children in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M).

    LEGO HOLIDAY WORKSHOP

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mixing and matching a variety of LEGO models, robotics and motorised mechanisms to build a unique environment that will respond to its inhabitants by moving and making appropriate sound responses. Brush up on your coding and photographic skills whilst you adapt and modify the environment and document the evolution of your robots. This is a full day program, where LEGO lovers can immerse themselves in a building frenzy. Suitable for children 6+ $70 MONDAY 11th January 09h30 – 15h30 at the Winmalee Girl Guides Hall $70 for full day workshop Sibling discounts available

    LEGO After School Workshop

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    For those of you who have LEGO fans, we are starting our first After school workshops on Monday the 26th October, based at the Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre. The first course is for kids from 10 years of age and will run for 6 weeks. The course fee is $90 and includes all materials. Each class is 1.5 hours long and commences at 3:45pm. Places are strictly limited (I can only take 12 kids on the first course) and bookings can be made directly on our website The cost covers all 6 sessions of 1.5 hours each

    Free LEGO play at Winmalee Shopping Village

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Come on over to the Winmalee Shopping Village this weekend (20th and 21st June) and let the kids be creative with LEGO while we show you some of the activities children can be involved in at our holiday workshops. Due to small parts, kids under 5 need to remain with their carers at all times.

    • Tusculum Rd, Valley Heights, NSW 2777
    • 2-5 km from Hawkesbury Heights

    The sport of gymnastics is defined as a 'whole body' sport. It provides participants with physical challenges promoting co-ordination, balance, flexibility and strength. While we do have some competitive programs, we are primarily a recreational facility. We aim to provide for people of all ages and abilities to enable everyone to enjoy and learn gymnastics skills to their fullest potential.

    The Colonial Golf Course in Werrington is great for the golf novice, for junior golfers, for families and groups of casual social golfers, and for anyone who just wants to play a fast game with zero stress. Relaxed atmosphere, casual dress code, and friendly staff. For close on 25 years the Colonial Golf Course in Werrington has been known as the premier golf course, for the working class man, in the SydWest region. Greens and fairways alike are in great condition, the course looks brilliant and ... Read more plays fast. 9 Holes, Par 29, 1494 metres. Green Fees Monday – Friday Adults $15 (9 holes) $19 (18 holes) Seniors/Students $12 (9 holes) $16 (18 holes) Weekends Adults $19 (9 holes) $23 (18 holes) Seniors/Students $15 (9 holes) $19 (18 holes) FootGolf is a unique combination of football (soccer) and golf. The object of the game is to kick a soccer ball around a golf course into 52 cm holes beside the greens or in the rough. The rules basically follow the rules of golf. FootGolf ...

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Mens Health Networking event

    07-10-2015 by Flinn Donovan Platform youth services / The Glue Factory

    Want to network with other service providers? This was the question and the answer was yes. The venue was Werrington foot golf course, the perfect place to get active and network with people in a super health and naturally relaxed environment. I recommend this activity completely. I work with clients that have complex needs and in a kick golf game we can begin the process of talking and listening which comes more easily when doing a relax physical activity.

    Penrith RSL Club provides activities for kids during the school holidays. Activities very from Kids Bingo, to entertainment to food offers.

    Community YMCA
    • Kempsey st, Jamisontown, NSW 2750
    • 10-20 km from Hawkesbury Heights

    The Vocal Zone is a vocal tuition studio located in Jamisontown, just west of Sydney. Owned and operated by Cara Laing, the studio provides high quality vocal tuition to students of all ages and abilities.

    Simply, the Foundation aims to improve the lives of children with ASD. Through our own experiences and through talking to other parents with children who have been diagnosed with ASD, we decided the best way to support these kids was through early intervention education and community awareness and education. Each year, the Foundation holds various events, including our annual ‘Fitness for Autism’, to promote understanding of ASD in the community. We also hold workshops and seminars to help educate ... Read more parents and professionals, such as doctors, nurses and teachers, who work with children with ASD. The Foundation has establish support groups for children with ASD and their families. These support groups enable families to come together in an informal setting to relax, share stories and to attend group therapy sessions and talk with other families who understand their situation. Our long term aim is to establish an ASD Early Intervention Centre of Excellence. Our centre will offer ASD ...

    • Ropes Crossing Hub, 54 Pulley Drive, Ropes Crossing, NSW 2760
    • 10-20 km from Hawkesbury Heights

    Ropes Crossing Church runs 4 FAMILIES (School Holiday Program) each year.What? Fun activities for children preschool - year 6.When? The first week of September school holidays Monday - Friday 10.00 am - 12.00 midday.Where? Ropes Crossing Hub.How much? Gold coin donation.All welcome. 

    • 33 William St, PO Box 34, North Richmond, NSW 2754
    • 10-20 km from Hawkesbury Heights

    Friendly & welcoming Community Hub with meeting spaces for many groups, services and private functions. Halls available for private hire and group hire. Out of School Hours Care and Vacation Care for primary school age children at our 'Fun Factory'. Play group, dance groups for children, music lessons, women's social & craft group (with child care!), yoga, zumba, martial arts, tai chi, pilates, spinning, weaving, embroidery, quilting, support groups, JP, Lions, Brownies, Guides, Seniors Leisure ... Read more group, Spanish, and much more!!! Activities for young people 12-18, including drop in and music lessons! Community events, information, referral, computer use, volunteer opportunities and much more! Find us on Facebook or check our website.

    The aim of the Summer holiday programs is to help alleviate some of the pressures for parents and getting the children out of the house, positively connecting with other young people in an active, energetic, safe environment during the January school break. We see this as a great opportunity to help and serve families in the western sydney area. This year we are hosting the program in three locations: - Penrith - Blacktown - Mount Druitt Each day will have a positive focus such as: Control, ... Read more Courage, Awareness, Perseverance which influence how children can apply each word to their life. Each day from will be run something like this: All in Games & Challenges Morning Tea Life Skills - Nutrition, communication, Making positive choices, Electives - Sport,Drama,Art,Music,Dance, Decorating (Electives will vary each day) Motivational Talk Lunch Awards & Prizes The team co-ordinating the program are Salvation Army volunteers aged 16-25 led by Salvation Army employees. All have ...

    Penrith Observatory conducts engagement and outreach programs that include astronomy nights and workshops for the public and for primary and secondary schools. The astronomy nights and workshops are designed to enhance and extend teaching and learning in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) via astronomy and space science. The group also provides teacher workshops, and specialised group programs. A visit to the Penrith Observatory can include listening to fascinating talks on ... Read more various aspects of Astronomy and/or STEM given by some of Australia's most eminent and internationally recognised astronomers, physicists and engineers, a 3D astronomy movie, and viewing of the night or day sky through the observatories various telescopes including the main 0.6 m telescope (weather permitting).

    Helping girls and young women grow into confident self respecting responsible community members through a programme of activities covering many life skills in a non-threatening and fun environment. Guiding is available to all girls and women aged 5 years and above. Positions are avaiable in all Units for girls to become members, for women to become a Leader within a Unit and for people interested in helping out in the Support Groups.

    Dance From The Heart! We do not focus soley on dance technique. We encourage our performers to create, feel and be inspired by the creative process. Our students all collaborate in their own ways to create student owned shows and works bi-annually. We focus on dance as a creative outlet for children and youth. We encourage our students to be creative spirits and use their performances as an outlet for the emotions they experience in their lives. Our students are compassionate actors, dancers ... Read more and performance art practitioners. Motivation not intimidation. Inspiring creative minds. Fostering strong bodies and strong hearts. Each class includes tuition in a variety of styles including Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Modern Expressive and includes team building and confidence building exercises. Students are taught by qualified and experienced dance teachers and mental heath workers. We do not enter competitions but offer positively focused showcases and teach children not ...

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    Salvation Army Youthlink (Blacktown) is a NDIS provider and we have educational and therapeutic programs for the young people with disabilities between ages 8-25, including (but not limited to): - Outdoor recreation groups (adventure, social skills, motor skills) - Life skills groups (healthy eating, meal prep, motor skills, social skills) - Challenge centre groups (Motor skills- obstacles, low ropes, high ropes, social skills) - Individual therapy (Occupational Therapy, Psychology). We ... Read more cater for the students with mild physical (we are developing programs for the wheelchair users), intellectual, social and emotional disabilities. Example diagnoses include ASD, ADHD, ODD, Learning difficulty & Intellectual disability. The programs will be adapted to the student group's learning needs and their types and levels of disability.

    Community Girl Guides

    Our Mission is to enable girls and young women in the Quakers Hill, Woodcroft and Doonside local area to grow into confident, self respecting, responsible community members. Quakers Hill Girl Guides currently has units in Junior Guides (7-10yo) and Guides (10-13yo). We are always ready to welcome new girls to join us...

    Public Speaking club for children aged 8 - 16 years old. Your child will be coached on how to amplify their confidence, write a speech and speak with natural ease and joy. Available at multiple locations across Sydney & Melbourne with more clubs opening around Australia. About our clubs: Our club motto is FEEL it - OWN it - SPEAK it! Each session provides an opportunity for your child to volunteer for club jobs and speaking roles that are designed to be enjoyable, fun and easy to do. Members ... Read more are coached by a highly professional Lantern League coach on how to deliver a speech full of shine and personality. Due to the emphasis on positive self talk, shining bright & active listening, members experience feelings of safety, freedom & belonging very quickly in the group. Lantern League is a non competitive speaking club, so you don't have to worry about your child being judged or graded. But they will be encouraged to: - FEEL their shine and power from within - OWN their words ...

    Overall rating: 4.5 out of 5  

    Go James...

    14-10-2016 by Karin Kaufmann

    My son James has been attending Lantern League for nearly 2 years and JUST LOVES IT. A little shy at Primary School, Lantern League has allowed his inner self to shine and this has resulted in a confident , young man, who feels much more comfortable voicing his opinions. As a result of Lantern League and the way the students are taught, James won an impromptu speaking award last year out of a minimum of 100 participating students. I would highly recommend Lantern League to any parent: Lantern League teaches public speaking skills and is something that will put any child ahead of the rest.

    Answer from Lantern League - Global Public Speaking Club on 22-03-2017:
    We just love having James in our club. He has grown so much and become such a beacon of light for us all.

    love the inner shine

    11-10-2016 by Tigs

    My daughter (aged 10) has just loved this space. She gets to curiously probe into the world of public speaking and performing and since starting has taken on a public speaking role at school and is growing in confidence all the time. The emphasis on building your inner shine instead of copy cat performing is just great! Super confidence building.

    Answer from Lantern League - Global Public Speaking Club on 22-03-2017:
    How awesome! We love that your daughter has grown in confidence so much. That inner shine will keep growing and growing.

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    Campbelltown Arts Centre is the South West Sydney region’s major cultural venue and cultural services provider. The Centre services an audience market and community that spans Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly Local Government Areas. Campbelltown Arts Centre (C-A-C) was opened in June 2005 following a $15M capital development program undertaken by CCC in partnership with the NSW State Government to redevelop the City Bicentennial Art Gallery (established in 1988) into a contemporary multidisciplinary ... Read more arts centre. Campbelltown Arts Centre consists of exhibition spaces, workshop and studio spaces, a 180-seat performance studio, residency apartment, Sculpture Garden, Japanese Garden, amphitheatre and café. The core focus of Campbelltown Arts Centre is to develop and deliver innovative high quality contemporary arts programs that maximise opportunities and avenues for communities to engage with contemporary, multi-arts practice. The Centre’s program encompasses all forms of the ...

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    Complete Brain Development Program We Teach Abacus maths Preschool abacus- For 4-5 years old School Abacus- For 5-14 years old Chess (Course includes hand writing improvement program and brain gym exercise) We operates from VARIOUS SUBURBS OF SYDNEY For details Please call us For details please visit our website

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    excellent

    08-05-2018 by maria

    It really helped my kids to helped mathematical skills by abacus method

    1st Turramurra is one of the strongest and oldest Scout Groups on Sydney's North Shore, with an outstanding leader team and excellent facilities. The Group supports active programs for boys and girls aged from 7½ -10 (Cub Scouts), 11-14 (Scouts) through to young men and women 15-17 (Venturer Scouts) and 18-25 (Rovers). These sections undertake everything from weekly activity meetings and weekend camps to major expeditions and community service projects. Scouting aims to contribute to the development ... Read more of well-rounded and resilient young people, through a varied program of enjoyable and challenging activities. 1st Turramurra has been providing this for almost 100 years. New members are always welcome, at any time of the year. Visit our website to find out more.

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    A great Scout Group

    28-06-2018 by Amir

    I have found this scout group very welcoming, inclusive and supportive of children. A big thank you to all involved in running this group for dedicating their time.

    Answer from 1st Turramurra Scout Group on 01-08-2018:
    Many thanks Amir!

    Best group of scouts ever!

    25-06-2018 by Jim

    My son has been with this scout group for years and has the best adventures. Games, camps, hikes and a lot of learning. It's very well run with a good group of leaders and parents.

    Answer from 1st Turramurra Scout Group on 01-08-2018:
    Many thanks Jim!

    Excellent activity for my son 1st Turramurra

    25-06-2018 by Lee

    It was excellent place/activity for my son. He loved his Friday night at scout and meet different friends

    Answer from 1st Turramurra Scout Group on 01-08-2018:
    Many thanks Lee!

    Your local Non-For-Profit youth organisation. We get young people active in life. We develop their skills, character and leadership. We reduce and prevent crime by and against young people. PCYC was established in 1937 by Police Commissioner William John Mackay. It was a partnership forged with the community via Rotary to provide young people with a safe and positive alternative to the streets. Today, we operate more than 60 clubs and centres through the state, with more than 100,000 members ... Read more and more than 140 different activities – one of the largest youth organisations in Australia. Australia’s pre-eminent youth organisation working with Police and community to empower young people to reach their potential.

    The Bankstown Arts Centre is a cultural facility, where artists and community groups collaborate to explore ideas and learn, create and experience contemporary community based arts. Bankstown Arts Centre offers creative classes to students of all ages and levels of experience. Taught by professional artists, Bankstown Arts Centre provides stimulating and friendly classes that cater to your creative needs. Classes includes painting, drawing, pottery, photography, drama, dance, guitar and more!

    Australian Badminton Academy • Established 2002 • The first registered badminton coaching academy in Sydney • Specially designed courses for beginners wanting to learn the basic skills • Intermediate and Advanced skills • Provide individual and group coaching ... Read more • Supplier of all badminton equipment needs We provide training located at: ■ North Shore ■ Eastern Suburbs ■ Inner West Sydney ■ Southern Suburbs ■ Western Sydney We provide types of training and coaching: • One to One ...

    With over 85 years of experience, CRU Camps is the largest provider of Christian holiday camps in NSW, welcoming over 3,500 campers each year onto 70+ camps. CRU Camps feature a wide range of activity camps, daytime only camps, Year 12 study camps and Christian leadership camps with exceptional food, fantastic leaders, great accommodation and brilliant activities for young people in School Years K-12.

    MAAC Kids Club, Follow the Clues School Holiday Program is on Wednesday 5 July and Thursday 6 July from 9.30am to 4pm at Macquarie Park. Wanted “School Kids K to 3” to help solve a mystery about the man who defeated death in a fun, action-packed Holiday Club program. Assist the forensic experts, Detective Duck and Constable Clooney, as they follow the clues and uncover the mystery using drama, craft and sport, while learning stories and songs from the Bible. Don’t miss out! View the ... Read more program and book a spot today. Fees: $25 per child/day or $40 per child/2 days

    • 2-4 Rowallan Avenue, Castle Hill, NSW 2154
    • 30-40 km from Hawkesbury Heights

    Scouts develops Leadership, friendship and achievements. Are you in search of kids' activities that may promote your child's mental, social and physical development? How bout the Scouts? The Scouts is an organisation founded in England in 1907 to teach boys survival skills and values including service to others, teamwork, leadership and comradeship. The first Australian Boy Scout camp was started in 1908 and now Scouts Australia is a national movement and community institution, which provides ... Read more a wide range of camps and activities for children of all ages. National 'jamborees' are held periodically and scouts from all over Australia attend.

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    Casula Physical Culture Club FUN. FITNESS. FRIENDS. Come join us! Friends please share and get the word out about physie! #casulaphysie Casula Physical Culture Club Wednesday nights from 6pm Casula Public School Entry via Holland Cresent Casula, 2170 Girls and Ladies from 3yrs. Fitness. Friends. Fun. Come join us! Classes resume February 7th 2018. #physie #physiegirls #physielife #casulastars #casulaphysie #casulacrumbles #burnsphysie Burns Physie was founded in 1968 to offer ... Read more exercise classes to girls and ladies in South Western Sydney. 50 Years on and we are still offering Physie classes to girls from 3 years right through to ladies in their 70’s. Our clubs are located at:- Casula, Picton, St. Andrews, St. Peters, Narellan, Kentlyn, Rosemeadow, Macarthur, Douglas Park Wilton. Physie is gentle exercises to modern music and is a lot of fun. Competitions are arranged for teams and also individuals annually. Team competitions are held in September and Individual ...

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    ACTION PACKED SCHOOL HOLIDAY CAMPS FOR KIDS AGED 6-18! CRU Camps is the largest provider of Christian holiday Camps in New South Wales. We run week-long, residential holiday camps for kids in Years 3 to 12 and non-residential day camps for kids in Years K-6 in every school holidays. Activities include sailing, dirt biking, skiing, canoeing, wake boarding, abseiling, go-karting, rock climbing, horse riding, HSC Study Camps and much more! All camps, prices and details can be found on our website. ... Read more Camps run each school holiday season and there are about 80 camps to choose from each year.

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Fantastic

    22-02-2016 by Rebecca

    Great leaders and activities. My kids loved it!

    Who we are Parramatta Saint Patrick's Sports Club was born when a group of soccer players in Parramatta decided to form a club, inspired by the success and passion of the Western Sydney Wanderers. We endeavour to create a rich history and tradition. Parramatta Saint Patrick's Sports Club will be pioneering and fostering innovative spirit to the future generations. While society and sports may change during this time, Parramatta Saint Patrick's Sports Club will always serve to create a sense ... Read more of community for people here in Western Sydney, across New South Wales and possibly the whole country. What we stand for Parramatta Saint Patrick's Sports Club exists, to make our community Active & Social, Inspire & Teach Fair Play and Respect to our upcoming generations. Pride, which is driven by success and setbacks on and off the pitch. This means winning trophies, nurturing talent, creating a harmonious community, embracing and encouraging all players regardless of their goals. It ...

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    Forgotten Call of the Night Parrot

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Two new works for two pianos by Australian composers Erik Griswold and Dr Matthew Hindson AM. Two new works for two pianos written for Anna Grinberg and Liam Viney. Two new works for two pianos, “Forgotten Call of the Night Parrot’ and ‘Visible Weapon’. Two new works for two pianos played by Anna Grinberg and Liam Viney. One night only at C-A-C. Performance Program includes: Erik Griswold – Forgotten Call of the Night Parrot (World Premiere) Matthew Hindson – Visible Weapon (World Premiere) Peter Sculthorpe - Four Little Pieces for Piano Duet Andrew Ford - On Reflection John Adams - Hallelujah Junction $10 adult $8 concession

    Penshurst RSL Youth Swim, is a family orientated swim club offering a community based, volunteer run, water safety programme to its members. Swim club is sponsored by Penshurst RSL Club Ltd & membership is open to the children of all current financial members of the Penshurst RSL. Our lessons are aimed at enabling children from the age of four (4 yrs) to become confident in and around the water, with the added benefit of learning how to swim. We swim most Saturdays from August until the end of ... Read more March & parental involvement in the day to day running of the club is extremely important and what makes us so unique as a swim school. We offer quality & value for money water safety lessons in three (3) ability based classes: Learn-to-swim Stroke development Squad Zone 2/7 Swimming Championships and State Carnivals are also a highlight for our swimmers. Inquiries can be made to the email address listed and information is available on our website and Facebook page.

    Did you know that Scouting is the largest youth movement in the world? Scouting is a worldwide youth movement with current membership at 28 million (around 60,000 in Australia). Scouting is a voluntary, non-political educational organisation for all young people. The programs are flexible with a wide range of activities adapted to meet the needs of young people in their community. Activities are based on the interests of the young people with an emphasis on useful skills and service to others. Many ... Read more activities make use of the ‘outdoors’ theme and have a spirit of adventure and a challenge. Scouts everywhere:  Have a firm commitment to a code of living (the Law and Promise);  Learn by doing;  Work together in small groups under their own (youth) leadership with adult assistance;  Participate in progressive and stimulating programs of varied activities;  Have a sense of service to the community. The adult contribution to Scouting means many things to many people, ...

    *****GET 4 WEEKS FREE TRIAL***** MONDAYS 6.30PM to 8.00PM Our aim is to encourage the physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual development of young people so they may play a constructive role in society as responsible citizens and as members of their local and international communities. This aim is achieved through a strong and active program that inspires young people to do their best and to always be prepared. Hall hire available ABOUT SCOUTS Scouting is a worldwide movement ... Read more that has shaped the development of youth and adults for more than 100 years. Scouts are in every part of our community, and Scouts is the biggest and most successful youth organisation in Australia. More than 20,000 thousand boys, girls, and adults in New South Wales from wide cultural or religious backgrounds or with an intellectual or physical disability enjoy an almost unlimited range of activities. The aim of Scouting is to encourage the physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual development ...

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Fantastic place!

    02-08-2018 by ERNEST DEL SERGIO

    I'd like to recommend Green Valley Scouts - my boys simply love the team.

    Green valley Scouts

    18-05-2017 by Nikki

    These guys are awesome I have a lot to do with this group.

    Answer from 1st Green Valley Scouts on 02-10-2017:
    Thanks, we appreciate your support!

    Great for kids

    17-05-2017 by Megan Canfarini

    This is such a great group ,my boys love going and have so much fun. Their favourite activities so far have been camping, bowling and going to the zoo

    Answer from 1st Green Valley Scouts on 02-10-2017:
    We are pleased to offer varied activities in a safe and well supervised environment

    Camden Community Connections has been providing services to the community for over 25 years. Founded in 1988 to provide community services and facilities for the new housing developments and associated growing population in and around Camden and Narellan where there were no existing services, CCC has responded to the changing needs of the community as it has increased in size and diversity. Today, CCC provides services, programs and activities to meet the needs of all sectors of the local community. ... Read more Our services include a Children’s Services program, Youth Services, and Community Development, including promoting and supporting a number of community groups since their inception.

    • 414 Galston Rd, Galston, NSW 2159
    • 30-40 km from Hawkesbury Heights

    1st Dural Scouts caters for girls and boys from 6 - 18 Joeys 6 - 8 years old on Thursday night 6:00pm - 7:00pm Cubs 8 - 11 years old on Wednesday night 6:30pm - 8:00pm Scouts 11 - 15 years old on Tuesday night 7:00pm - 9:00pm Venturers 14 - 15 years old on Tuesday night 7:00pm - 9:00pm

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