2018 Holiday Event Guide

There are plenty of activities and outings this year to get you in the holiday spirit! Be sure to check this event guide to find the craft shows, concerts or 5k events that put the “ho-ho-ho” in the holidays.

November 9 – 11

Northern Virginia Christmas Market

Dulles Expo Center, South Hall
4368 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20153

Friday & Saturday 10am – 6pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm

$8 for adults (children under 12 free) Receive $1 off admission by bringing a canned food donation for the Capital Area Food Bank

It’s Northern Virginia’s grand opening celebration of the holiday season! This spectacular, award-winning holiday show features more than 250 fine artisans from more than 20 states. Artisans offer a diverse selection of fine arts, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, wood, photography, fiber arts, vintage re-creations as well as thousands of one-of-kind Christmas collectibles. Taste of the Holidays specialty food vendors will offer gift-packaged gourmet fare. These tasty homemade goodies are ideal for creating wonderful gift baskets, loading up Santa’s stockings, and gathering those hard-to-find executive gifts. A major food drive benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank is held during this event each year by offering 50 cents off admission to attendees donating cans of non-perishable food.


November 10 – December 24

Santa HQ Opens at Tysons Corner Center

Tysons Corner Center
1961 Chain Bridge Rd, Tysons Corner, VA 22102

Starting on November 11th, Tysons Corner Center and HGTV’s Santa HQ are open for the season: Guests are invited to make a reservation to explore the immersive, engaging Santa HQ, the digitally enhanced visit with Santa presented by HGTV.

Reservations to visit the experience can be made in advance www.santa-hq.com.

November 14 – 17

Oakton Church of the Brethren Christmas Craft Show

Oakton Church
10025 Courthouse Road, Vienna, VA 22181

Thursday & Friday 10am – 7pm,  Sat 10am – 4pm


Come browse and find unique presents and stocking stuffers; cards and gift bags; seasonal decor; kitchen accessories; baby and children’s items; scarves, hats, and other attire; jewelry; pillows and linens, ceramics; fresh baked pies and cakes; and much more. This three-day event features a wide variety of handmade items and craft supplies for purchase, plus a soup and sandwich lunch and bake sale. The church is located where Courthouse Rd. intersects Rt. 123 near Oakton. For more information, see www.oaktonbrethren.org, or call 703-281-4411. The event is a fundraiser for church projects.

November 15

Tysons Tree Lighting Ceremony

Tysons Corner Center Plaza
1961 Chain Bridge Rd, Tysons Corner, VA 22102

6pm – 8pm

Join Tysons Corner Center on Thursday, November 15th at 6pm for the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony emceed by Lance Bass from “NSYNC,” located on The Plaza at Tysons Corner Center.

November 17

Holiday Bazaar by Living Savior Women’s Ministry

Living Savior Lutheran Church
5500 Ox Road, Fairfax Station, VA 22039

10am – 5pm


A variety of vendors and home crafters will be selling their wares along with baked goods and a Silent Auction occurring during the event. Admission is free.

November 17 – 18

Fairfax Holiday Craft Show

Fairfax High School
3501 Rebel Run, 
Fairfax, VA 22030

Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday 10am – 3pm

$5, $8 for 2-day pass, children under 18 are free

The 33rd annual Holiday Craft Show will be held on November 17-18 at Fairfax High School. There will be artisans from all over the United States displaying their wares. Come explore many wonderful holiday gift choices. Take a break from shopping and enjoy a hot lunch.


November 17 – January 6

Meadowlark’s Winter Walk of Lights

Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
9750 Meadowlark Gardens Court, Vienna, VA

5:30pm – 10pm, timed tickets required
Purchase tickets online at winterwalkoflights.eventbrite.com

$14 adults, $8 children ages 3-12, Children under 2 are free

Bring your family and friends to be dazzled by the magical Winter Walk of Lights at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Vienna, Virginia. Every year from mid-November until just after New Year’s Day, the garden is transformed into a half-mile, walk of lights. Revisit perennial favorites such as the animated Lakeside Lights, the Fountain of Lights, and the Holiday Nature Walk, and look for new displays each year. Put on your walking shoes and bring the family to experience a Northern Virginia festive tradition. Round out your visit by roasting marshmallows and sipping on hot beverages by the fire. (Available for purchase at Light Refreshments concessions).

November 18

Vienna Turkey Trot

Vienna Volunteer Fire Department
400 Center Street South, Vienna, VA

7am Registration, 8am  Kids Fun Run, 8:30am  5K/10K

$20 – $45

The James Madison High School Band will be hosting the 16th Annual Vienna Turkey Trot 5K/10K and Fun Run. All proceeds benefit the JMHS “Pride of Vienna” Band and the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department. Join us for a great run, super music, fun prizes, refreshments after the race and the Finish Line Festival! Visit www.viennaturkeytrot.org for more information.

November 21 – January 6

The Bull Run Festival of Lights

7700 Bull Run Drive, Centreville, VA 20121

Monday – Thursday 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Friday – Sunday and Holidays 5:30pm – 10pm
Holidays include November 22, December 24, 25, 31 & January 1

$20 – $25/vehicle

Every year from Thanksgiving until just after New Year’s Day, you can experience the Bull Run Festival of Lights, 2.5 miles illuminated by holiday light displays. Drive the festival route from the comfort of your car; turn out your headlights and just follow the magical glow. After viewing the lights, bring your family and friends to the holiday village to enjoy rides, refreshments, and of course, photos with Santa Claus (holiday village open select nights). The festival happens annually at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville, Virginia. Want to avoid the crowds? Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays are our busiest nights. Please take advantage of the Monday through Thursday discounted price and avoid a long wait. Bull Run Festival of Lights is located just off of Interstate 66 in Centreville, on Rt. 29 (Lee Highway), just 3 miles from historic Manassas Battlefield Park. Visit www.novaparks.com/events/bull-run-festival-of-lights for more information.

November 22

Arlington Turkey Trot

Christ Church of Arlington
3020 N. Pershing Drive, Arlington, VA 22201


Adult $40, child (6-17) $25, child (under 6) FREE

All Runners Registered by November 1st, will be guaranteed an Arlington Turkey Trot cotton tee.

Attracting runners, joggers, walkers and strollers, the 13th Annual Turkey Trot is a beloved holiday tradition for many in our area. The first Turkey Trot in 2006 raised $4,200 for charity, growing to over 4,000 registered runners in 2017. Lace up your holiday running shoes and help Arlington residents who need a “hand up.”


November 23

Holiday Parade, Tree Lighting and Sing Along

Reston Town Center
11900 Market Street, Reston, VA 20190

11am – 10pm

Reston Town Center launches the festive season at the 28th annual Reston Holiday Parade at 11:00am with Macy’s-style balloons, musicians, dancers, antique cars, characters, community groups, dignitaries, special guest emcees, and much more. Voted as #4 in the nation’s top 10 holiday parades by USA Today readers, the one-of-a-kind, one-hour, half-mile parade along Market Street also welcomes the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus in a horse-drawn carriage. Since 1991, rain or shine, the parade has been an annual tradition on the day after Thanksgiving. Before the parade begins, thousands of jingle bells are handed out to spectators along the route. After the parade, enjoy visits and photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus, plus Mini-Train rides until 4:30pm and street entertainment. The Clauses will return for the Fountain Square Tree Lighting and Sing Along at 6pm. Afterwards, on Market Street, horse-drawn carriage rides continue from 6:30pm until 10pm. Proceeds for the photos and rides benefit local charities. The acclaimed Ice Skating Pavilion is open all day and every day from November until March.


November 23 – 25

Thanksgiving Art and Craft Show

Vienna Community Center
120 Cherry St SE, Vienna, VA 22180

Friday 10am – 5pm, Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 11am – 4pm 

$5, Return Free, Parking Free

This terrific show features some 80 juried artisans offering original, handmade arts and crafts, including decorative painting; fused, etched, painted and stained glass; ceramics and pottery; hand-painted silk; woodworking; handweaving; photography; paintings and drawings; clothing and functional textiles; jewelry; and much more. All of the artists and artisans will be on hand to answer questions and talk about their work.

November 23 – December 16

Mount Vernon by Candlelight

3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Hwy
Mount Vernon, VA 22121

Fridays and Saturdays, 5pm – 8pm

$25 adult (12 and up); $17 youth (ages 6-11); Kids 5 and under are free

Come join the estate for the candlelit, character-guided tour and learn more about holiday traditions in 18th-century Virginia. Guests will see the Washingtons as they prepare for a festive celebration with friends and family, a favorite holiday activity at Mount Vernon.

In the Mansion, Washy Custis has just arrived home from school, and Martha Washington is admiring an impressive array of desserts in the New Room, including a reproduction of her Great Cake. Some of the hired and enslaved servants are busy inspecting bills in the study, discussing the family’s culinary preferences in the kitchen, and moving furniture in the New Room and hanging greens over doorways. Guests will also stop at the Slave Quarters, the Blacksmith Shop, and the Greenhouse where they will be able to participate in 18th-century dancing.


November 24

A Chanticleer Christmas

George Mason University Center for the Arts
4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030


$33 – $55

Begin your holiday season with a gorgeous concert of seasonal favorites and classical standards performed by “the world’s reigning male chorus” (The New Yorker), Chanticleer. This award-winning male vocal ensemble is often called “an orchestra of voices,” because of its seamless blend of 12 singers ranging from soprano to bass. Chanticleer’s impressive repertoire includes Gregorian chant, Renaissance polyphony, and Romantic art songs as well as popular music, jazz, spirituals, and world music. The group has sold over one million albums and has received two Grammy Awards®. “Precise, pure and deeply felt singing,” The New York Times raves, and The Los Angeles Times gushes, “Chanticleer fascinates and enthralls for much the same reason a fine chocolate or a Rolls Royce does: through luxurious perfection.”


November 26

Church Street Holiday Stroll

Historic Freeman Store and Museum 
131 Church Street Northeast, Vienna, VA 22180

6pm – 9pm


Ring in the holiday season at this fun annual event along Church Street. Following his arrival at 6:15 p.m.on a fire truck, Santa will greet children at the historic Freeman Store and Museum and help the mayor light the holiday tree at 6:20 p.m.

Various local musical groups perform throughout the evening.

Marshmallow-roasting stations and hot chocolate add to the festive atmosphere. Historic structures that will remain open include the Freeman Store and Museum, Little Library, Caboose, Train Station, Knights of Columbus (formerly First Baptist Church), and Vienna Presbyterian’s Old Chapel. Merchants along Church Street will remain open for holiday shoppers.

November 30

Holiday Open House on the Lawn

Historic Manassas

5pm – 8pm

All ages


Enjoy music, entertainment, the glow of holiday lights, the arrival of Santa by VRE train, the City Tree Lighting at 6:15pm, and cookies in the courtyard. Get a start on holiday shopping at Echoes, the Museum Store, and enjoy a 10% discount. Don’t miss the 73nd Annual Greater Manassas Christmas Parade on December 1 at 10am.

November 30 – December 16
(Fridays through Sundays)

Holiday Market

Old Town Square
10415 North Street Fairfax, VA 22030

Fridays 5pm – 8pm, Saturdays 12pm – 6pm, and Sundays 12pm – 4pm

Attend the 2nd Annual City of Fairfax Holiday Market in Old Town Square. Come and shop at the market of craft vendors as you enjoy Old Town Square, in the heart of Historic Downtown Fairfax, covered in holiday lights. The festival will include live holiday music, hot drinks, gourmet treats, and more! The Holiday Market will be open the first 3 weekends of December on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Craft vendors will vary each weekend.


November 30 – December 2

Fredericksburg Holiday Craft Show

2371 Carl D. Silver Parkway, Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Friday and Saturday 10am – 6pm, Sunday 11am – 4pm

Tired of the same old. . . same old holiday shopping? Then get on over to the Fredericksburg Holiday Craft Show at the Fredericksburg Expo Center. The annual Holiday Craft Show is your one-stop shopping destination where you can find memorable and unique gifts for your family, friends and of course for your pet too. Come join the fun festive mood at one of the area’s best Holiday Craft Shows at the Fredericksburg Expo Center that will host almost 300 vendors. There will be lots of handcrafted items including holiday ornaments and wreaths, jewelry, soaps and lotions, gourmet foods, glassware, artwork, organic dog treats, clothing, candles and much much more. Not only that, but on Saturday, you can walk out with your items gift wrapped For FREE. The Fredericksburg Expo Center is off I-95, exit 130b.


December 1

Greater Manassas Christmas Parade

Downtown Manassas


The Greater Manassas Christmas Parade has been a fixture in the community for 72 years! It takes place the first Saturday in December at 10 a.m. It has become one of the largest holiday parades in Northern Virginia with over 100 units-marching bands, floats, high-flying balloons, and more! We have approximately 2,000 participants and over 300 volunteers. The parade sets the mood for the holiday season and has become a family tradition with multiple generations lined up to watch the parade!


December 1

Festival of Lights and Carols

Old Town Square
10415 North Street Fairfax, VA 22030

2pm – 7pm

Come listen to live holiday music and caroling and enjoy s’mores and hot cider at Old Town Square. The tree lighting ceremony begins at 5:30pm.


December 1

The Enchanted Forest Merry and Bright Bash

Sheraton Tysons Hotel
8661 Leesburg Pike, Tysons, VA 22182

8pm – 11pm


This 21+ only event includes a silent auction of beautifully decorated trees and wreaths, open bar and hors d’oeuvres, live DJ and dancing, and an exclusive auction and raffle featuring: a Taylor Swift autographed record album, a Star Wars Episode IV movie poster signed by the original cast, and a NHL hockey puck signed by Washington Capital captain Alex Ovechkin. Dress is black tie optional. Proceeds support the Junior League of Nothern Virginia’s community and leadership development programs.


December 1 – 2

City of Falls Church Holiday Gift and Craft Show

Falls Church Community Center
223 Little Falls St., Falls Church, VA 22046

Saturday 9am – 4pm, Sunday 11am – 4pm

$1 All-Weekend Shopping Pass. Children under 12 receive free admission.

Deck the halls during the holiday season with special gifts from the annual Holiday Gift and Craft Show. More than 50 crafters and merchants show their wares, selling unique handmade items, baked goods, and more. Various holiday-themed children’s activities are offered, attracting many young shoppers and their parents.


December 1 – 2

The Enchanted Forest

Sheraton Tysons Hotel
8661 Leesburg Pike, Tysons, VA 22182

Saturday 9am – 5pm, Sunday 9am – 1pm

Tickets $10+

The weekend-long festivities at The Enchanted Forest features The Junior League of Northern Virginia’s Kids in the Holiday Kitchen, visits with Santa, crafts for children, and live entertainment from The Great Zucchini, Ukulele Phil and the Hula Kids, and more! General admission tickets valid both days; some special activities require additional ticketing. Children’s General Admission tickets includes a holiday craft ticket. Children under 2 years do not require a ticket. For more information visit: www.jlnv.org/tef.

December 2 – 17

Gingerbread Decorating Class

The Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner
Tysons Blvd, McLean, VA 22102

10am – 1pm

After exploring their life-size gingerbread house, learn to make your own at the Ritz-Carlton’s Gingerbread House Decorating Class, taught by their Pastry Team.

December 2

“A Christmas Carol” at Ford’s Theatre

2pm (performance is 2 hours with a 15 minute intermission)

$175/$135 MCC tax district residents

Join your friends and neighbors for a special outing to experience a DC holiday tradition: “A Christmas Carol” at Ford’s Theatre. McLean Community Center will provide transportation and parking, theatre tickets, and Alden staff members to act as your personal concierges; you just show up and enjoy. Limited to 20 participants. Transportation departs from and returns to Dolley Madison Library.

As per Ford’s Theatre’s regulations “No one under the age of 5 will be admitted to mainstage performances. All patrons regardless of age must have a ticket.” Leave from and return to Dolley Madison Library 1244 Oak Ridge Ave., McLean VA 22101.


December 2

Holiday Arts and Crafts Show

Herndon Community Center
814 Ferndale Ave., Herndon, VA 20170

10am – 4pm

Free admission and parking. Additional parking at the Herndon Centennial Golf Course.

Over 80 artisans and craftspeople will exhibit and sell their work at this annual arts and crafts show sponsored by the Town of Herndon Department of Parks and Recreation. A variety of handcrafted items and fine art will be on sale including wreaths, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, decorations, original artwork, photography, stained glass, and more.


December 2

Brunch with Santa

The Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner
1700 Tysons Blvd, McLean, VA 22102


Rejoice in the holiday season with an early visit from Santa Claus and an extensive breakfast buffet for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Capture a cherished moment when you take a photo with Santa for display at home during the holiday season.

December 2

Eileen Ivers: A Joyful Christmas

The Barns at Wolf Trap
1635 Trap Road, Vienna, VA 22182

3pm and 8pm

$27 – $32

Recalling the roaring hearths and roars of laughter that make up Christmas in Irish families, virtuoso fiddler Eileen Ivers interweaves age-old Wren Day songs, beloved American carols, and even a jigging Bach in An Nollaig: An Irish Christmas. With her signature warmth, Ivers invites listeners in for a tuneful, soulful celebration capturing the true spirit of the season and telling the story of Christmas through music and dance.


December 2

Breakfast with Santa

Tysons Corner Center
1961 Chain Bridge Rd, Tysons Corner, VA 22102


Come enjoy breakfast with Santa at Tysons Corner Center on Sunday. Stay for the holiday performance by Those Funny Little People as well as holiday festivities and crafts. Guests are encouraged to participate in Help Through Holiday Giving by bringing an unwrapped toy to Santa Breakfast or at the Santa HQ Set from Thursday November 9th until Christmas Eve, Sunday December 24th to be donated to Second Story (formerly Alternative House) (501-c3)


December 2

Celebration of Lights

Great Falls Village Centre Hill

4pm – 6:30pm

Celebrate the beginning of the season with our Great Falls Village Centre’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting. Drink hot cider or cocoa next to the fire as you listen to our local children’s choral groups sing seasonal music. The petting zoo and pony rides will keep your kids busy until Mr. and Mrs. Claus arrive by antique fire truck. Event held rain or shine. Visit www.celebrategreatfalls.org/celebration-of-lights for more information.

December 6

McLean Woman’s Club Holiday Homes Tour

10am – 3pm

A 52-year tradition of the McLean Woman’s Club, the event will focus this year on four large, elegant homes in conventionally varied styles on large lots in four sought-after neighborhoods – Langley Forest, River Oaks, Odrick’s Corner (off Lewinsville Road) and McLean Hamlet. Each home will have been decorated with the holidays in mind and to highlight family life in McLean. Parking is easily available near the four homes.


December 7

Vienna Boys Choir

George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall
4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030


$33 – $55

One of the most revered boy choirs in the world returns to the Center with their popular holiday concert. They capture the joy and wonder of the holiday season with their exquisite performances of classical masterpieces and contemporary favorites. This choir, composed of talented boy sopranos and altos between 9 and 14 and representing 31 countries, is lauded for its heavenly voices, harmonic purity, and endearing charm. Performing for well over 500 years, the choir’s membership has included some of history’s most distinguished composers, including Haydn and Schubert who were themselves choristers. Today, the Vienna Boys Choir regularly tours Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Americas performing for almost a half million people each year, affirming its reputation as a leading international choral ensemble. “The angelic voices of this most famous vocal group are ageless” (The Salt Lake Tribune). Gather the whole family for this delightful holiday treat.


December 7

Santa, Stars, & S’mores

Runnymede Park in Herndon

6pm – 7:30pm

Santa comes to Runnymede Park! Follow the luminaries to the campfire and Santa. He’ll be here to chat with each child, plus we’ll have storytelling and holiday music. Dress for the outdoors. S’more kits available for sale. In case of inclement weather, event will be held Sunday, December 10 at same time. Inclement weather line 703-435-6866. Register at www.herndon-va.gov/recreation/special-events/santa-stars-s-moreswww.herndon-va.gov.

December 8

American Festival Pops Orchestra
Holiday Pops: Songs of the Season

George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall
4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030


$33 – $55

Deck the halls with boughs of holly! It’s time to celebrate with the American Festival Pops Orchestra at their annual holiday concert, a cherished tradition at the Center. This uplifting evening includes favorite classics like Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride” and “A Christmas Festival,” the ever-popular carol sing-a-long, and fun musical surprises. Special guest artists join conductor Anthony Maiello as he leads Northern Virginia’s very own pops orchestra in a treasured holiday celebration. It is a surefire way to put everyone in your family—even a scrooge—into the holiday spirit.


December 9 – 17

The Nutcracker Tea

The Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner
1700 Tysons Blvd, McLean, VA 22102

10am – 1pm

Delight in a contemporary twist on the beloved holiday classic while you enjoy afternoon tea with festive winter petite sandwiches and pastries. All children will go home with a nutcracker doll and pictures to remember their day.

December 9

Mason Symphony Orchestra & Jazz Holiday Concert

George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall
4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030


$5 – $20

Celebrate the holidays with the Mason School of Music in a concert sure to make the season bright. The Mason Symphony Orchestra is comprised of outstanding string, wind, and percussion players from throughout the School of Music.


December 15

Quantico Single Marine Program Volunteer Event
Wreaths Across America

The Old Post Chapel on Ft Myer
204 Lee Ave, #335, Fort Myer, VA 22211

8:30am – 12:30pm


Join us on National Wreaths Across America Day. Help place Veterans’ Remembrance Wreaths on the graves of our American heroes buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Saturday, December 15, 2018. The mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as over 1,200 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea, and abroad.

Register at www.eventbrite.com.

December 16

The Nutcrakcer, The Fairfax Ballet

George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall
4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030


Experience this timeless holiday classic with the FSO and the Fairfax Ballet—a holiday tradition your family will always cherish.  Enjoy a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice.  It’s the perfect holiday treat for the entire family!


December 21

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker

George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall
4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030

4pm and 8pm

$28 – $175

Celebrate this Christmas with the experience taking North America by storm! Marking the 25th Anniversary Tour, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker features over-the-top production and world class Russian artists. Larger than life puppets, nesting dolls and gloriously hand-crafted costumes bring the Christmas spirit to life. Gather the family and see why the press is raving “Knock Out!” – New York Times “Christmas Cheer!” – LA Times. Get the best seats today and memories for a lifetime at Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker!

Groups get the best seats at the best prices! Call Bobbie at 1-800-320-1733 to reserve your seats today.


December 22

Christmas in Fairfax
The City of Fairfax Band, The Fairfax Choral Society

Fairfax High School
3501 Rebel Run, Fairfax, VA 22030

7pm – 9pm

Tickets are free, but reserve yours early for this annual capacity-crowd event

We once again join with the City of Fairfax Band, under the direction of Robert Pouliot, to present an annual tradition and one of the area’s most popular concerts. We’ll take you on a musicological journey through the Twelve Days of Christmas. Bring the kids and enjoy the free concert—our gift to the people of Fairfax. Be sure to arrive early to visit with Santa!


December 23

The Washington Chorus Family Christmas

George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall
4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030


$33 – $66

Celebrate Christmas with The Washington Chorus! Bring the whole family and enjoy your favorite holiday tunes, a fun sing-along, and a visit from Santa!


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