TOP 20+ THINGS TO DO IN SACRAMENTO THIS WEEKEND WITH KIDS! APRIL 13TH – APRIL 14TH, 2019

Here’s our Top Picks for the Weekend of April 13th & 14th, 2019! Go on a tour of the Bear Hollow Basin, help at a park or creek clean-up, see a dance performance about electricity, check outs some edible isotopes and make DNA bracelets or taste some honey at UC Davis’ Picnic Day, go to a workshop on climate change, meet artist Sarah Golden (illustrator of the “1,001 Things to Do in Sacramento with Kids” book), get something written in Chinese calligraphy, build a robot, learn about magic from around the world, see the movie “Penguin Highway”, make a family art project, learn how to speak Hmong, meet children’s author Linda Joy Singleton, taste rare teas, go to a Dog Show, drink some butterfly pea flower tea, paint a unicorn, take a free yoga or meditation class, see Jason Sia play the piano, see a cool indie band called Baseball Gregg, watch college track & field, women’s crew, field hockey, tennis, and more! Weather is forecasted for mostly sunny 76/51 for Sat. and partly cloudy 69/47 for Sun. Have a cool and adventurous weekend!

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SATURDAY, APRIL 13TH, 2019
Mostly sunny 76/51

Go on the Bear Hollow Nature Tour & Bird Watch. Explore the Rancho Cordova’s Bear Hollow Stormwater Basin. Click here for a map. Learn about the City’s recent tree planting restoration project and observe the native plants and animals that have taken up residence at this flood control facility. A certified biologist will lead the family-friendly nature tour and bird watch activity. Head to a nearby Creek Week Clean-up site at the end of the Nature Tour. Please RSVP by emailing akreiling@cityofranchocordova.org. Free. Sat. 8am – 9am. Bear Hollow Stormwater Basin. More info…

Get your hands dirty and clean up the parks. There are so many park clean-ups this spring. Find one close to home!For instance, you can help protect natural resources and enhance the quality of life in the community by joining CSD and JustServe as they clean and beautify the landscape of Elk Grove community parks. Hundreds of volunteers will be joining together for a day of community service as the Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) presents JustServe Community Day of Service. Projects may include park enhancements, beautification projects, creek and open space clean-up. Free, registration required. Sat. 8am – 12pm. CSD Administration Building in Elk Grove. More info…

Go to UC Davis’ super-fantastic ‘Picnic Day.’ *Sactown Kids highly recommends this event.* Experience the richness of diversity and achievement at UC Davis. Explore over 100 department-sponsored exhibits and experience the vast diversity of UC Davis. Be an anthropologist for a day at the Anthropalooza, play math games at Adventures in Math & Stats, meet a bug doctor (bring in a speciman for them to identify) at the Entomology Department, make DNA bracelets at Storer Hall, learn about death and forensics at Briggs Hall, visit the kid-friendly electric vehicle showcase at the student community center, taste honey at the Honey Bee Haven, do hands-on activities and see edible isotopes at Plant & Environmental Sciences, send up a weather balloon and wait for the data/results, and so much more. Other popular events include the police K9 demonstration on Russell Field, baby chick holding, and dogs catching frisbees on Hutchison Field. Don’t miss the Children’s Discovery Fair at Cruess Hall Lawn, 10am – 4pm. For a full schedule of events, click here. Free, cost of purchases. Sat. 9am – 5pm. UC Davis. More info…

Take teens who are passionate about climate change to the all-day ‘Fast Track to Carbon Zero’ Community Forum, hosted by 350 Sacramento. There are incredible speakers, including Jennifer Gress, policy director at the Mayor’s Office, and afternoon break-out sessions, including ‘Youth Climate Action’ and ‘Sacramento Climate Emergency Declaration.’ Climate change is the biggest challenge of our lifetime. We need to speed up the transition from fossil fuels to a sustainable future to achieve carbon zero within the time frame scientists tell us is required to stay below 1.5 degrees Celsius. With a federal government actively hostile to the climate, the real action is now at the local level. Cities are where innovation and creativity can make a huge difference, transforming urban landscapes into low-carbon, highly desirable communities. Sacramento, the capital of California, can be a leader in this exciting and ambitious effort. $5-$15 sliding scale, includes lunch. No one turned away for lack of funds. Sat. 9am – 4pm. Sacramento City College Performing Arts Center. More info…

Help teens get their first real job. Come and meet one-on-one with a volunteer job coach who will help you look for jobs, create an effective resume, and more. Each appointment lasts for approximately 30 minutes. Participants are encouraged to make a reservation online. Free. Sat. 10am – 10:30am. Open to teens (aged 13-18) and adults. More info…

Watch track & field, and then have a family race. UC Davis Track & Field hosts the Woody Wilson College Open at Toomey Field, all day. 9am – 5pm.

Learn about pollinators, succulents, composting, and more at the Master Gardeners of Placer County Garden Faire.  Over 25 vendors featuring the Master Gardeners of Placer County, will include pollinators, succulents, talks by experts, chickens, composting, children’s activities and more! Hands on demonstrations with succulents, food trucks, kids craft projects, door prizes, and more. Here is a schedule of events, and here is their flyer. Free, all ages. Sat. 10am – 3pm. Maidu Park in Roseville. More info…

Celebrate 2nd Saturday at the hip, new DOCO. On the 2nd Saturday of each month, DOCO hosts an event for families with children. These art activities are specially-designed by Verge Center for the Arts to stimulate creativity while providing a fun weekend activity for families. The festivities occur on the West end of the Plaza (near Yard House). Note on parking: DOCO has four garages onsite, each conveniently located. They suggest parking at the DOCO Central Garage (414 J Street) for 2nd Saturday Activation’s. The craft activity for this Saturday with be: Paper Daffodils — perfect for Easter or any spring day, these paper flowers are easy to make and fun for all ages. Free. Sat. 10am – 12pm. Downtown Commons (DOCO). More info…

Get custom Chinese calligrapy for $5-10 at the Chung-Kong Chan: Art Show and Chinese Calligraphy Demonstration. Join Sol Collective for a pop-up exhibition of ceramics and calligraphy artworks by Chan Chung-Kong. Besides the exhibition, Chan will be doing a Chinese calligraphy demonstration and creating custom works for a sliding scale materials fee: $5-$10. Chan was born in Hong Kong in 1936, and studied fine arts at National Taiwan Normal University. As an educator, he spend several years teaching art at primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong, and later as an instructor in the Department of Extramural Studies, at The Chinese University where he taught courses on ceramics, calligraphy, sketching, and introduction to jewelry enameling. After migrating into the United States, he taught art in the Bay Area. Chan has exhibited his artwork in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, and the United States. Free, cost of purchases. Sat. 10am – 2pm. Sol Collective. More info…

Watch a game of field hockey. UC Davis takes on its sister school as part of the spring field hockey season. Sat. 10am – 12pm. Aggie Field Hockey Facility. More info…

Build a Robot. For ages 9-14. Join in for an exciting, free STEM program with an instructor-led STEM LEGO Robotics program.Participants will work in groups and learn to design, build and program their creation using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kit. Session #6 of 8 offered, each session is not dependent on prior attendance. The lesson from Saturday will repeat the following Tuesday, so please only register for 1 class each week. Registration available 10 days prior to the class at saclibrary.org/events. Generously funded by the Friends of the Orangevale Library. Free, must register. Sat. 10:30am – 12:30pm. Orangevale Library. More info…

Go to the free Easter Egg Hunt at El Dorado Hills Town Center. Candy and free gift coupon filled eggs will be collected by excited children in the grass areas by the lake and the Steven Young Amphitheater. There will be 5 egg zone areas (Ages 0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7 and 8-12). After the egg hunt, children may visit participating businesses to collect their free gifts. Special guest appearance by the Easter Bunny for pictures and memories. This event will include a magic show, music, face painting, balloon artists and raffle for a Giant Easter Gift. Rain or Shine. Free. Sat. 10am – 12pm. El Dorado Town Center. More info…

Go to the Tahoe Park Community Easter Egg Hunt. Bring the kids have a fun morning playing games, jump in the bounce house, and meet your local Firefighters from Station 6 and local Police. The Easter Bunny will be there for photos with your family. Each of the two hunts will have a section roped for our littles who need parents’ help. Bigger kids can have fun collecting eggs on the big kid side. Kids should bring their own baskets. Along with all the donations of candy from community church members, this event is partnered with Congressman Eric Guerra for donations of candy. Free. Sat. 10:30am-Noon: Games, 11am: 1st Big Hunt, 11:30am: 2nd Big Hunt. Tahoe Park. More info…

Go to storytime at Barnes & Noble and read Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure. When Pete wakes up Easter morning and sees his basket of goodies, he discovers the Easter Bunny needs a little help. He puts on his bunny ears and hops to it to help save Easter. Free. Sat. 11am. Barnes & Noble Bookstores. More info…

Watch UC Davis’ women’s tennis take on UC Riverside. Sat. 11am – 1pm. More info…

Get creative at Artful Tot, a drop-in art program at Crocker. Toddlers explore art-making with different materials and in new ways, from printmaking and color mixing to clay and fabric. A quiet sensory room encourages learning through artistic play. Adults learn how to encourage experimentation and self-expression while nurturing their child’s creativity. Families are welcome to arrive any time during the program period. Please dress for mess. For ages 19-36 months. $8 members/$16 non-members. Price includes one child and one adults. Sat. 10:30am – 12pm. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

Learn about magic from around the world. Forrest Barnes will use magic tricks and illusions from around the world. He will share the part of the world the magic originated. Using this information, kids may be inspired to learn more about the culture and traditions from the region where the magic trick was developed. Free. Recommended for kids 5-12. 11am – 12pm. Rio Linda Library. More info…

See the unique movie Penguin Highway at Tower Theatre. Recommended for older kids who can read, because it is sub-titled. Synopsis: Budding genius Aoyama is only in the 4th grade, but already lives his life like a scientist. When penguins start appearing in his sleepy suburb hundreds of miles from the sea, Aoyama vows to solve the mystery. When he finds the source of the penguins is a woman from his dentist’s office, they team up for an unforgettable summer adventure! (Rated PG). $15. Sat. 11am – 1pm. Tower Theatre. More info and watch the video trailer here…

Celebrate Holi Festival of Color in Elk Grove. This special event will highlight traditional performance art from India and colorful display of friendship and community. Presented by VI-SH Koranne Foundation of Elk Grove, CA. Free, all ages. Sat. 11am – 12:30pm. Franklin Community Library. More info…

Clean up our waterways. Sacramento Creek Week continues and volunteers are invited to join in the fun after working hard to clear up our waterways. Enjoy a picnic, entertainment, exhibits and interactive displays. Volunteers can also enter your clean-up finds in the Junk and Gunk Contest. Be part of an area-wide volunteer effort to improve and enhance our urban waterways. Trash and invasive plant removal and water quality testing all help support a healthy creek system. You will have a great time and feel great about the work you have done to help protect our environment. Find volunteer opportunities here. Sat. 12pm – 2pm. Held at various creeks & waterways. More info…

Learn how to speak Hmong. Learn Hmong with Me is a free language playgroup. Each month focuses on a different theme. This month highlights the body.  Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Parent participation is strongly encouraged. Free. Sat. 12:30pm – 3:30pm. Colonial Heights Library Community Room. More info…

Make a family art project at Art for Families. Go to the Sacramento Fine Arts Center for some hands-on, quality together time with your child or grandchild (Ages 5+). Work together or separately, everyone takes home a masterpiece! Master artists and instructors will demonstrate and assist. Instructors and projects vary each month. Fee for each family is $5. All materials provided. Sat. 1pm – 3pm. Sacramento Fine Arts Center in Carmichael. More info…

Meet Children’s Author Linda Joy Singleton. Celebrate National Library Week and listen to Linda Joy Singleton read her new picture book Crane and Crane. Win a free copy of the book signed by the author and enjoy a children’s activity based on the book. All ages welcome. Free. Sat. 1pm – 2pm. Del Paso Heights Library. More info…

Learn about the rare teas of China (16 & older) at The Learnery.Taste regional specialty teas from the various regions of China, from rare white tea to the most commonly consumed tea in China to the Yunnan province robust tea to the fermented pu’eh. Participants will taste six very different teas and learn the history behind the different tea territories. China’s history with tea dates back to over 5,000 years ago in 2732 B.C. with a legend that talks of the wind blowing leaves into a pot of boiling water. Presented by The Novel Tea shop in Sacramento. Ellen and Cid have over sixty years of teaching experience, and now instead of teaching communications or educational theory to college students, they plan to teach everyone in Sacramento how much better life can be with a book in one hand, a cup of tea in the other, and a friend by your side. Ellen is the resident tea expert, and one of only a handful of certified tea sommeliers in California. $25. 16 & up (call to get approval if you want to attend with a teen younger than 16). Sat. 1pm – 3pm. Sierra 2 Center. More info…

See Beauty and the Beast. Panto Company US ensemble comes to the Harris Center for two family-friendly shows this season. In Beauty and the Beast, the beautiful Belle finds herself in a spellbound castle held captive by a beast…does she fall in love with the Beast before the last petal falls? Or will the Beast’s selfishness cost him the world he once knew? Expect lots of laughter, stunning costumes, music and plenty of magic. $11.50+. Sat. 1pm. Harris Center for the Arts. More info…

Take teens to see what’s new at Crocker. Never the same tour twice, New on View dives into the latest exhibitions and newest works of art in the museum. Free with admission. Sat. 3pm. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

Take the kids on a 2nd Saturday Art Walk in downtown Sacramento. On the 2nd Saturday of every month, Sacramento galleries and local businesses host an open house evening starting at around 5:30pm until 9pm or later. Enjoy the art exhibits, local artists, food and wine, live music, street fairs and special events.More info…

Meet friendly and prolific artist Sarah Golden, illustrator of “1,001 Things to Do in Sacramento with Kids” book at her first 2nd Saturday open studio and ask her anything/everything about her inspirations and the way she brings her artwork to life. Also ask her about the 100-Day Fabric Design Challenge she’s working on. Highly recommended for kids interested in graphic art and fabric design and chat with a local artist in-person. Free. Drop-in, Sat. 6pm-9pm. ARTHOUSE on R St. More info…

Go to a free Teen Lock In: Escape the Upside Down. Join Rancho Cordova Library for a teens only night at the library where they’ll try to escape the upside down, build an epic Eggo tower, and indulge in all things 1980s. Oh, and don’t forget, FIND WILL! Free. Sat. 6pm – 9pm. Rancho Cordova Library. More info…

Go to Renacido, a fabulous, spring-inspired art showcase of Latino artists. Winter is winding away. The season of rebirth is upon us and we are ready to bloom. Join the Lation Center for Arts and Culture for their Spring-inspired showcase exclusively by local artists. Free ,all ages. Sat. 6pm – 10pm. Latino Center of Art & Culture. More info…

Join Teen Game Night. Join the North Sac Teen Advisory Board for an after-hours teen night every 2nd Saturday of the month. Ages 13-19 come and enjoy a night of video games, movies, computers and more! Snacks provided by the Friends of the North Sacramento-Hagginwood Library. Free. Ages 13-19. Sat. 6pm – 8pm. North Sacramento-Hagginwood Library. More info…

Watch a dance performance called Dreamers. In this original new work by Jacob Gutierrez-Montoya, you can experience the artistry of Hawkins Contemporary Jazz Company. Inspired by the dreams and goals we set out to achieve when we are young, each unique dance will be an exploration of the dreams and the thoughts our unconscious paints for as we sleep. From daydreaming and late night thinking to the deepest wishes and highest hopes, dreams have a way of guiding the direction of life. $15+. Sat. 7pm – 9pm. Jill Solberg Performing Arts Theatre. More info…

Take teen musicians to hear Opera in Concert: Rigoletto by the Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera. Rigoletto is widely considered to be the first of the operatic masterpieces of Giuseppe Verdi’s middle-to-late career. Its tragic story revolves around the licentious Duke of Mantua, his hunch-backed court jester Rigoletto, and Rigoletto’s beautiful daughter Gilda. (No children under 4 are permitted.) $18+. Sat. 8pm. Community Center Theater. More info…

SUNDAY, APRIL 14TH, 2019
Partly Cloudy 69/47

Run in a family-friendly race. Join the pride as thousands of runners raise funds to benefit the Sacramento Zoo. Are you as fast as a hare or as slow as a tortoise? Find out at the 38th annual ZooZoom at the Sacramento Zoo. The course winds through scenic William Land Park along flat, tree-lined streets. This 5K, 10K and children’s fun run is a fundraiser for the Sacramento Zoological Society. Kid’s Run $15. Sun. 8am – 1pm. Sacramento Zoo. More info…

Go to the Sacramento Dog Show. The Sacramento Kennel Club, a member of the American Kennel Club (AKC), presents one of the longest-standing dog shows in the country, just two years away from their 100th year mark. Since the 1920s, the show has brought judges from across the county to award the “Best in Show”, and other specialty categories. A great family event, the Sacramento Dog Show is open to the public, breeders, groomers, media and pet lovers alike. For a schedule of events, click here. $12+. Kids 12 & under are Free. Sun. 8am – 4pm (also on Sat.). Cal Expo. More info…

Go to the biggest Asparagus Festival in the West. The San Joaquin Asparagus Festival offers endless asparagus dishes and everything from food to fun. Bring your family and friends and enjoy Asparagus Alley, Asparagus Plaza, Live Entertainment, Health & Wellness Fair, Countless Food, Commercial and Craft Vendors, Craft Beer and Wine Pavilion, Recipe Contest, Kids Zone with carnival rides and games, Country Farm Animals and so much more. Sun. 10am – 8pm (also on Fri. & Sat.) More info…

Try some butterfly pea flower tea. Come and try five unique flavors: chrysanthemum, lavender, jasmine, rose and butterfly pea flower at the all-ages ‘Tea & Conversation’ event at the UC Davis Wyatt Deck. Co-sponsored by the Global Tea Club. All are welcome to this free public program. Parking is free in Visitor Lot 5, at Old Davis Road and Arboretum Drive. Free. Sun. 11am – 1pm. UC Davis – Wyatt Deck. For more information, call (530) 752-4880. More info…

Watch the Sac State Hornets women’s row team compete at the Lake Natoma Invitational Rowing Competition. Cheer them on as they take on Stanford, USC, Brown, Cal Berkeley, and others. Sat. & Sun. at Lake Natoma, Nimbus Flat. More info…

Paint a unicorn. On a pre-sketched, 16×20 canvas, young artists (Ages 5+) will customize and design a unicorn with guided assistance by Instructor Ebony London. $25. Ages 5+. Sun. 1pm – 3pm. Ebony London Art Studio. More info…

Take a free yoga class (ages 7+). This ‘Yoga for Beginners’ session is presented by Isha Yoga. You will learn simple, but powerful, yoga postures to balance and stabilize your system. No prior experience with yoga is necessary.Benefits: Can relieve chronic ailments, relieve back pain, stress, anxiety, tension, strengthens the spine, takes only 5-10 minutes to practice daily. Designed by Sadhguru, this session will be conducted by a trained Isha facilitator, after which on-going online support will also be available. This session is brought to you by Isha Foundation, an international non-profit aimed to bring well-being to everyone through yoga and meditation. Free. Ages 7+. Sun. 1:30pm – 3pm. Southgate Community Library. More info…

Meet other families with special needs at We Embrace Families & Fun. Join the party when We Embrace Families presents an interactive, fun program for kids with special needs, including adaptive dance and an arts/crafts workshop.  Peer volunteers will be available by request-contact the organizers at weembracefamilies@gmail.com.  We Embrace’s mission is to support families with special needs and provide opportunities to network with each other, become knowledgeable about resources that exist, celebrate diversity and connect with the community at large. Free. Sun. 2pm – 3pm. Carmichael Library Meeting Room. More info…

See a dance performance about electricity. Having entertained millions of people around the world, Mayumana has become one of Israel’s leading cultural exports. The dance group’s shows combine custom-made musical instruments, massive video art projections and performers in constant motion. For their debut performance at the Mondavi Center, they will present Currents, inspired by the historic “Battle of Currents” between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla in their quest to find new energy sources for the world. Starting in the late 1880s, Edison developed direct current (DC) that runs continually in a single direction, like in a battery, and was the standard in the U.S. during the early years of electricity. But there was one problem: DC was not easily converted to higher or lower voltages and Tesla believed that alternating current (AC) was the solution. AC reverses direction a certain number of times per second (60 in the U.S.) and can be converted to different voltages relatively easily. On Stage, we witness a journey between two troops, each representing a different view of the essence of light and electricity and each inspired by a different aesthetic and artistic approach, all of which are presented as a dialogue through unique sounds, lights, and visual effects. $12.50+. Sun. 2pm. Mondavi Center. More info and watch a video clip…

Go to Family Storytime. Toddlers, preschoolers, and their caregivers are invited to join us for songs, rhymes and stories designed to build early literacy skills. Free. Sun. 3pm – 4pm. Fair Oaks Library Meeting Room. More info…

Take budding pianists to see Jason Sia play. The Crocker  welcomes Jason Sia, a Sacramento native and rising star, for a dazzling performance honoring the exhibition “The Roaming Eye: International Street Photography from the Ramer Collection.” Sia’s masterful musicianship and stunning virtuosity will bring musical stories to life, including solo masterworks like Hoedown from Aaron Copland’s Rodeo and selections from George Gershwin’s well-loved American Songbook. The program will also include the monumental Grand Piano Sonata in F minor, Opus 14 (Concerto Without Orchestra) by Schumann, and other favorite works by Romantic and Impressionistic composers Chopin, Ravel, Schubert, Liszt, and Debussy. $10+. Sun. 3pm. Crocker Art Museum. More info…

Learn how to meditate for free (ages 12+). In this one-hour session you will learn Isha Kriya, a simple 12-18-minute practice to help you to become meditative effortlessly. Daily practice of Isha Kriya brings: Health, dynamism, peace, wellbeing, clarity, and joy. Isha Kriya does not require any previous experience with meditation and can be done sitting on a chair. Designed by Sadhguru, this session will be conducted by a trained Isha facilitator, after which on-going online support will also be available. This session is brought to you by Isha Foundation, an international non-profit aimed to bring well-being to everyone through yoga and meditation. Free. Ages 12+. Sun. 3:15pm – 4:15pm. Southgate Community Library. More info…

Take your older kid to see a cool indie band. Baseball Gregg is a Pop duo from Stockton by way of Italy. Founders Luca Lovisetto and Samuel Regan met in Bologna in 2013, the former a native of the city and the latter a student studying abroad. $10, all ages. Sun. 6:30pm (doors 6pm). Also performing: Majetic and Pregnant. Momo Sacramento. More info…

Plan Ahead & Other Notable Events…

The Ebony London Art Studio is hosting a very cool “Make a comic book workshop” if you’re looking for something for your non-conformist, creative teen to do during spring break. Teens will take all the steps from character development to printing! Class Schedule (4/13-4/19, 9:30am – 1:30pm):
-Day 1 (4/13): Main Character Development
-Day 2 (4/15): Storyline Development
-Day 3 (4/16): Supporting Character Development
-Day 4 (4/18): Creating Thumbnails and Editing
-Day 5 (4/19): Front and Back Cover, Editing
This workshop is $185, for ages 13-19. More info…

For parents concerned about our children’s food & health… This week, the Sacramento Food Film Festival celebrates films about our food system. At the final film of 2019, the Food Literacy Center spotlights a documentary about the growing problem of childhood obesity – The Kids Menu. Filmmaker Joe Cross meets with experts, parents, teachers and kids, coming to the realization that childhood obesity isn’t the real issue, but rather a symptom of a bigger problem. In this inspiring and hopeful documentary, see amazing programs in action, inspiring individuals paving the way for change. CapRadio’s Food & Sustainability Reporter Julia Mitric will moderate a panel following the film. All proceeds will benefit the Food Literacy Center. Free. April 16th, 6pm – 9pm. Uptown Studios. More info…

If you love the music of Star Wars, and want to introduce your kid to the genius of John Williams, take them to the Sacramento Philharmonics Star Wars performance on April 27th at 8pm. This one will probably sell out, so get your tickets soon. It’s pricey ($60+) so probably only suitable for die-hard fans. : ) April 27th, 8pm. Sacramento Community Center Theater. More info…

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Happy Adventuring!

xo, sabrina : )

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