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SO-263453-19
State Humanities Program
Elfrieda Koshiba, Guam Humanities Council

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=SO-263453-19

Duk Duk Goose, Inc. - Nihi Kids: Eat With Your Ancestors: Breadfruit (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Duk Duk Goose, Inc. - Nihi Kids: Eat With Your Ancestors: Breadfruit
Writer: Duk Duk Goose, Inc.
Director: Cara Flores
Producer: Cara Flores
Producer: Aaron Santos
Abstract: The funding was used to produce responsive and relevant media that amplifies Chamoru and other indigenous Micronesian voices, knowledge, issues and stories to uplift our community during these challenging times.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/e6n8bFliFPA
Primary URL Description: Alyson, Nolan, and Selencia try different breadfruit dishes from Micronesia with their elders in this first episode of Nihi!'s pilot series, Eat with your Ancestors! EAT WITH YOUR ANCESTORS is a series that engages Micronesian children/youth and an elder from their family in the sharing of a traditional food and stories of ancestors. This show aims to affirm identity and to reconnect children and viewers to culture and tradition and to ensure that our kids grow up knowing that they are the caretakers of our region's most precious heritage.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web
Format: Video

Pacific Historic Parks: The Story of World War II in Guam Color and Learn Virtual Story Hour (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Pacific Historic Parks: The Story of World War II in Guam Color and Learn Virtual Story Hour
Abstract: Pacific Historic Parks hosted a virtual Mes CHamoru (Chamorro Month) story time program in March of 2021 for Guam Department of Education 4th grade students and teachers. The program features two guest speakers: Guam World War II Survivor Mrs. Natividad Calvo and Guam History Consultant Ms. Dominica Tolentino. This 45-minute story hour offers a glimpse of the experiences of the CHamoru people and serves as an invitation for kids to learn more about and understand the sacrifices and strength of those who lived through the war.
Author: Pacific Historic Parks
Date: 3/24/21
Location: Online via Zoom
Primary URL: https://www.pacifichistoricparks.org/virtual-story-time
Primary URL Description: Pacific Historic Parks produced a special virtual education program to showcase the stories of the people of Guam who lived through World War II. Join us as we learn about Guam’s unique World War II history, read “The Story of World War II in Guam Color and Learn Book,” and listen to the experience of a survivor of the war.

Inetnon Gef Pa'go: Hånom Mañaña Music Video (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Inetnon Gef Pa'go: Hånom Mañaña Music Video
Writer: Vince Reyes
Director: Inetnon Gef Pa'go
Producer: Vince Reyes
Producer: Pim Limtiaco
Producer: Kyana Tuncap
Producer: Chelsea Cruz
Abstract: With CARES Act funding, Inetnon Gef Pago Cultural Arts Program will continue to produce opportunities to engage our youth and community to think critically about their personal identity and how history and environment as told through performance arts can inform current cultural issues in order to provide positive opportunities directly advancing its mission to promote an awareness of, and cultural pride in Chamorro heritage through performance arts with the ultimate goal of creating cultural practitioners who develop a passion for our culture and are able to communicate it through music, dance, chant, and other forms of performance. Specifically, this grant will fund salaries and wages, costumes and supplies, audio-visual, advertisement and promotional needs which will ultimately expand our outreach and produce platforms and programming for those wanting to contribute to the perpetuation, education, and promotion of our islands culture and identity.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N23kzSDj-m0&t=2s
Primary URL Description: Inetnon Gefpa’go proudly presents the official lyric video for our newest single entitled Hånom Mañaña (Gentle Water) featuring the amazing singing sensations of Imani Poasa (Ineton Gefpa'go), Joyce Torres (Friends with Instruments), and Kaylee Villasoto (444)! This song was inspired by the beautiful waterfalls of Guam and describes the feelings and emotions we go through during those transitional periods in our lives. We hope this song resonates with you and shares a bit of calmness and reflection during these most challenging times.
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Web
Format: Video

Guåhan Sustainable Culture: Supporting Farmers, Sustaining Families (Web Resource)
Title: Guåhan Sustainable Culture: Supporting Farmers, Sustaining Families
Author: Guåhan Sustainable Culture
Abstract: The CARES Grant provides funding for the creation of online content that highlights local farmers, local produce available, and recipes that incorporates the produce into everyday meals. Funding is also provided to conduct community outreach via online workshops, informative articles and videos and creation of a seed library and an online foraging map to further food sovereignty.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://gusustainable.org/hgfoodsovereigntyproject/
Primary URL Description: This is a link to a page on the organization's website. Here the grantee lists information and additional links for HG CARES grant-funded projects completed during this reporting period. The projects found on this page are: • Seed Library •"Pickling the Harvest" Virtual Workshop •"Beekeeping on Guam" Virtual Workshop •Foraging Map •Foraging video
Secondary URL: https://gusustainable.org/
Secondary URL Description: This is the link to the organization's homepage on their website.

I Hagan Famaloa'an: Mo'na: Finding Our Way Webinar Series: Åmot Famalåoan (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: I Hagan Famaloa'an: Mo'na: Finding Our Way Webinar Series: Åmot Famalåoan
Abstract: I Hagan Famalåo’an Guåhan (IHFG), Incorporated presented Mo'na: Finding Our Way, a 10-part webinar series for women to examine, analyze and interpret historical roles of CHamoru women in the Marianas, sustainability practices, and health and indigenous healing practices in a humanities context. The series featured presentations led by CHamoru women scholars, activists, experts and cultural practitioners and included facilitated discussion and other interactive components. Programs funded by this grant included 9 webinar events that were produced and presented on the IHFG Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/haganguahan/ and one in-person event was produced and presented at the Agat Community Center. All events included facilitated discussion. In addition to presenting the events in the webinar series, IHFG dedicated a portion of grant funds to offer a laptop and MiFi lending service. Five laptops and six MiFi devices were made available to women to support their participation in the webinar series. Additionally, traditional medicine kits or åmot CHamoru kits and åmot famalåo’an kits for the two workshops were assembled and distributed to project participants.
Author: Terilyn Francisco, LCSW, MSW
Author: Saina (Elder) Frances Meno, Yo Åmte (Healer)
Date: 7/10/2021
Location: Agat Community Center
Primary URL: https://www.facebook.com/haganguahan/photos/a.405317730849484/553824732665449/
Primary URL Description: This is the link for the flyer regarding the ninth installment of their series, entitled Åmot Famalåoan with Terilyn Francisco, LCSW, MSW and Saina Frances Meno, Yo Åmte from their 10 part webinar series Mo'na: Finding Our Way. I Hagan Famalåo’an Guåhan (IHFG), Incorporated presented Mo'na: Finding Our Way, a 10-part webinar series for women to examine, analyze and interpret historical roles of CHamoru women in the Marianas, sustainability practices, and health and indigenous healing practices in a humanities context. The series featured presentations led by CHamoru women scholars, activists, experts and cultural practitioners and included facilitated discussion and other interactive components. Programs funded by this grant included 9 webinar events that were produced and presented on the IHFG Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/haganguahan/ and one in-person event was produced and presented at the Agat Community Center. All events included facilitated discussion.

I Hagan Famaloa'an Guåhan: Mo'na: Finding Our Way Webinar Series: Ina'daihen Maisa (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: I Hagan Famaloa'an Guåhan: Mo'na: Finding Our Way Webinar Series: Ina'daihen Maisa
Abstract: I Hagan Famalåo’an Guåhan (IHFG), Incorporated presented Mo'na: Finding Our Way, a 10-part webinar series for women to examine, analyze and interpret historical roles of CHamoru women in the Marianas, sustainability practices, and health and indigenous healing practices in a humanities context. The series featured presentations led by CHamoru women scholars, activists, experts and cultural practitioners and included facilitated discussion and other interactive components. Programs funded by this grant included 9 webinar events that were produced and presented on the IHFG Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/haganguahan/ and one in-person event was produced and presented at the Agat Community Center. All events included facilitated discussion. In addition to presenting the events in the webinar series, IHFG dedicated a portion of grant funds to offer a laptop and MiFi lending service. Five laptops and six MiFi devices were made available to women to support their participation in the webinar series. Additionally, traditional medicine kits or åmot CHamoru kits and åmot famalåo’an kits for the two workshops were assembled and distributed to project participants.
Author: Lisa Linda Natividad, PhD
Author: Tressa Perez Diaz, PhD,
Date: 7/22/2021
Location: Online via Facebook
Primary URL: https://www.facebook.com/haganguahan/videos/528795538545054
Primary URL Description: Ina'daihen Maisa with Lisa Linda Natividad, PhD and Tressa Perez Diaz, PhD.This is the tenth and final webinar in the series, Mo'na: Finding Our Way. T The health and survival of indigenous communities are affected by the environments we are born, live, work and age in. How is the health of indigenous CHamorus impacted by factors like socioeconomic status, education, and social support networks? This session will explore social determinants of health and assess how CHamorus stack up and more specifically, how historical experiences and access to cultural resources have impacted the health outcomes of CHamorus in current times. I Hagan Famalåo’an Guåhan (IHFG), Incorporated presented Mo'na: Finding Our Way, a 10-part webinar series for women to examine, analyze and interpret historical roles of CHamoru women in the Marianas, sustainability practices, and health and indigenous healing practices in a humanities context. The series featured presentations led by CHamoru women scholars, ac

Inadahen I Lina'la' Kotturan CHamoru: Mamfok with Roquin Virtual Weaving Workshop (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Inadahen I Lina'la' Kotturan CHamoru: Mamfok with Roquin Virtual Weaving Workshop
Writer: Inadahen I Lina'la' Kotturan CHamoru
Director: Amber Benavente
Director: Taiche' Guahan
Abstract: With HG CARES Act funding, Inadahen i Lina'la Kotturan CHamoru was able to reopen Sagan Kotturan CHamoru (SKC) for our community to have access to our traditional healers, fresh produce distribution, and the arts, which in many ways provided a healing space in the midst of a global pandemic. Our mission at SKC is to perpetuate the values and practices of the Chamoru culture by providing space for artisans and cultural practitioners to develop and exhibit their art form, sharpen their skills, and share and pass down knowledge of these practices. The CARES Act funded the reopening of SKC and provided an alternative to our Saturday weaving workshop through an online weaving segment.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NZEN3ahutc&t=1377s
Primary URL Description: The mamfok (weaving) segment was an alternative to our in house weaving workshops that we held every Saturday pre-pandemic, and is now a resource for our local and global community to have access to. Our mission at SKC is to perpetuate the values and practices of the Chamoru culture by providing space for artisans and cultural practitioners to develop and exhibit their art form, sharpen their skills, and share and pass down knowledge of these practices.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web
Format: Video

Larry Raigetal: Micronesian Seafaring Traditions Training (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Larry Raigetal: Micronesian Seafaring Traditions Training
Abstract: A continuous training in seafaring for a duration of eight weeks and harvesting of local materials needed to maintain, repair, and eventual construction of a hut was a parallel activity of the program. These programs have ran throughout the year but the last eight weeks training cycle was carried out from mid July to early September 2021. For the seafaring component, participants were given basic introduction to the various sets and skills of knowledge that are essential to seafaring. These include basic understanding of land, ocean, and stars that are used on traditional navigation. Seafaring training in celestial navigation and canoe application workshops and lectures as well as actual hands on training took place. Canoe house structure- harvesting local materials and minor repair and maintenance took place during the reporting period.
Author: Larry Raigetal
Date: 7/1/2021
Location: Canoe House, Paseo Stadium Hagatña, Guam 969913

Traditions Affirming our Seafaring Ancestry, Inc. (TASA): Fanhigayan Guåhan Sakman (Report)
Title: Traditions Affirming our Seafaring Ancestry, Inc. (TASA): Fanhigayan Guåhan Sakman
Author: TASA
Abstract: The grant project involves the restoration of our open-ocean voyaging vessel the Fanhigayan Guahan by our master carvers, along with workshops and training conducted by our master navigator, which will contribute to perpetuating the transference of sacred voyaging skills and traditions.
Date: 6/7/21
Primary URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SIptHRSTO7G5CNLbD6orQnX0r0xFjI18/view?usp=sharing
Primary URL Description: Video/slide show documentation of grant project activities associated with the restoration of the outrigger open-ocean voyaging canoe, (sakman) Fanhigayan Guåhan.
Access Model: Google Drive link

Dawn Reyes: Symbols & Images of the Feminine (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Dawn Reyes: Symbols & Images of the Feminine
Abstract: Symbols & Images of the Feminine is a project created to provide an historical overview on how women's images have been used in art, linking these images to prevailing attitudes toward women during the time frame in question. This approach also allows for interesting information on symbolism linked to the feminine, and some lesser known, but very important historical information on the lives of women artists during various eras.
Author: Dawn Reyes
Date: 6/1/2021
Location: Accessible via artist website
Primary URL: https://dawnleesreyesart.com/symbols-and-images-project/
Primary URL Description: This is the link to a page where viewers can find all eight of the videos from the project, Symbols and Images of the Feminine. The titles for each video can be found below: •Symbols & Images of the Feminine: Goddess •Symbols & Images of the Feminine: Temptress •Symbols of the Feminine: Flora, Fauna and Food •Symbols & Images of the Feminine: Idyllic and Fragile •Symbols & Images of the Feminine: Death and Martyrdom •Symbols & Images of the Feminine: Lust and Voyeurism • Symbols & Images of the Feminine: Pinned-up, Pinned-down, and Pain •Symbols & Images of the Feminine: Vagina Dentata

Santa Teresita Catholic Church: Masa Minutes (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Santa Teresita Catholic Church: Masa Minutes
Writer: Santa Teresita Catholic Church
Director: Santa Teresita Catholic Church
Abstract: This CARES Act-funded program at Santa Teresita Church provided an opportunity for the community to learn and grow in the CHamoru culture through language and history. The grant made this possible through a safe, online/virtual platform while the island was on lockdown. Through social media, all individuals can access the pre-recorded virtual concert and cooking courses.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO5191PH_SxfDA2edzpICFA/videos
Primary URL Description: Through the virtual cooking courses, called "Masa Minutes" ("Ready in Minutes"), society is able to gain more knowledge of step-by-step CHamoru food dishes, and the basic translation of the cooking ingredients. The basic CHamoru cooking recipes are now archived and can be used for generations to come. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RYVq6EHKP0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFNnbUzMMyk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHR2zVIFC7U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynIsHINBb-0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks_b-HMvVE4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kazed-JaTko https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxtkABO08fw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ov8gPzj_P84 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1thbsgwOyM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pfR0rZagc0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzSwJH-887I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMqqIjNyStI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvgjGwqED3k
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web
Format: Video

Guam Preservation Trust: Ekungok I Estoria-ta (Web Resource)
Title: Guam Preservation Trust: Ekungok I Estoria-ta
Author: Guam Preservation Trust
Abstract: With CARES Act Funding, the Guam Preservation Trust produced 10 instructional stories of 10 of Guam's historic sites delivered in the CHamoru language. A virtual fieldtrip was produced for each site including a song and melody in order to increase the effectiveness of the instruction and delivery directly advancing the mission of Guam Preservation Trust. Specifically, the program supported the goal of increasing appreciation of historic sites, learning and hearing of new stories of the site in the CHamoru langauge, and increasing knowledge and rethinking of how historic sites and songs associated with them can help preserve an indigenous language.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.estoriata.org/
Primary URL Description: Ekungok I Estoria-ta is a program/project of the Guam Preservation Trust using historic sites for placed based learning. For this particular project, learning is to be done using the CHamoru language and song.

Guam Preservation Trust: I Hinanao-Ta Exhibit (Exhibition)
Title: Guam Preservation Trust: I Hinanao-Ta Exhibit
Curator: Guam Preservation Trust
Abstract: The HG CARES grant funded the I Hinanao-Ta Exhibit portion of the overall grander project to commemorate Guam's contact with Magellan which was commemorated by the Government of Spain's Navy who arrived in Guam in February/March 2021. This exhibit was to be displayed at the Guam Museum as part of that overall celebration and commemoration, however the Guam Museum was not open due to COVID public health restrictions and the island in PCOR2. The research though was presented to the community in the Pacific Daily News in print and online forms. A visual display was provided to the public on July 30, 2021 at the Guam Preservation Trust office. https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/i-tinituhon-guams-creation-story/article_155bff7e-4126-5dca-8ded-825297767769.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/march-6-1521-chamoru-people-encounter-three-spanish-vessels/article_99803e39-1c41-58c4-b6d1-d9932a21fe68.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/i-taotao-t-si-the-people-of-the-sea/article_bfeb831e-1c8c-593a-a53a-b270c9f3a680.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/i-taotao-t-no-the-people-of-the-land---chamoru-ancestors-coexisted-with/article_a6dd78ea-056b-5d03-a0c7-3042f75bb070.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/catholic-missionization-led-by-father-diego-luis-de-san-vitores/article_09c23fc9-e32f-5639-ab95-aa97f6b7b7a6.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/i-hinanao-ta-chamorus-battle-spanish-for-independence/article_d6799eb2-c123-5c1f-9fda-5a49360e8b3a.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/chamorus-maintained-values-beliefs-through-guise-of-assimilation/article_97f22355-31d4-5c11-99c7-5281702f809c.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/1855-smallpox-epidemic-yo-mte-on-the-front-lines/article_08744d2b-6289-5641-90bd-797228d468af.html https://www.guampdn.com/news/local/chamorus-encounter-new-foreign-power-in-marianas-journey-continues/article_23748a39-5245-5a05-9dd4-4f2449e87aee.html https://issuu.com/guampedia/docs/mhc5_day_7-10/s/13716993
Year: 2021

Micronesia Climate Change Alliance: From Our Nana's, For our Nenis program promotional video (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Micronesia Climate Change Alliance: From Our Nana's, For our Nenis program promotional video
Writer: Micronesia Climate Change Alliance
Director: Micronesia Climate Change Alliance
Abstract: With CARES Act funding, Micronesia Climate Change Alliance delivered a web series that explores waste generation through a sociological approach. In order to curb the plastic waste crisis in our region, Micronesia Climate Change Alliance is directly advancing its mission to raise consciousness about waste consumption through digital media. Specifically this grant will fund a web series entitled "From Our Nånas, For Our Nenis" which investigates the history of how plastics were introduced to Micronesia followed by the current waste streams in existence today and local people working towards solutions. The primary audience benefitting from this funding is teachers, students, scholars and community members alike.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xuqag8v82h0slta/FONFON_preview4.mp4?dl=0
Primary URL Description: The short animation segment highlights how communities in Micronesia are facing a waste management crisis and landfills are reaching a tipping point. Globalization and rising consumerism have fueled this crisis in islands across the Pacific who are now grappling with how to sustain the amount of waste that is being generated. Through digital tools, the segment paints a picture of the waste crisis in Micronesia by showing viewers how plastic was introduced to our region, how it plays a role in our lives today, it's impacts on our lands/waters and how we can pull wisdom from our past to solve this present issue. This short animated segment is shared through MCCA's social media channels and virtual public presentations.
Access Model: Available on organization's Instagram
Format: Video
Format: Other

Tricia Lizama: Preserving CHamoru Healing (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Tricia Lizama: Preserving CHamoru Healing
Abstract: The CARES Act Funding allowed for an opportunity to engage the healers in a community level. It also allowed the public to have conversations and network with healers. It allowed a safe space for healers to share their wisdom and for participants to be able to sample åmot CHamoru. The CARES Act provided the support and funding for a beautiful event to occur in history as we continue to develop apprenticeship.
Author: Tricia Lizama
Date: 8/1/21
Location: Hågat Community Center
Primary URL: https://www.facebook.com/100003245214972/posts/4058891707562296/?d=n
Primary URL Description: The CARES Act Funding allowed for an opportunity to engage the healers in a community level. It also allowed the public to have conversations and network with healers. It allowed a safe space for healers to share their wisdom and for participants to be able to sample åmot CHamoru. The CARES Act provided the support and funding for a beautiful event to occur in history as we continue to develop apprenticeship.

Guampedia Foundation, Inc. : Audit of articles and images (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: Guampedia Foundation, Inc. : Audit of articles and images
Author: Guampedia Foundation, Inc.
Abstract: With CARES Act funding, Guampedia updated and enhanced learning resources on its online encyclopedia website, Guampedia.org, in order to support the education community's shift to online instruction, directly advancing Guampedia's mission to educate and inform Guam's citizens by providing a comprehensive, accessible resource about Guam's history and CHamoru/Chamorro culture of the Marianas.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.guampedia.com/
Primary URL Description: Guampedia Foundation updated and enhanced learning resources in order to support the education community's shift to online instruction, directly advancing Guampedia's mission to educate and inform Guam's citizens by providing a comprehensive, accessible resource about Guam's history and CHamoru/Chamorro culture of the Marianas.
Access Model: Open access

Guampedia Foundation, Inc.: Culture of Connecting: Teaching Micronesia's Students (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Guampedia Foundation, Inc.: Culture of Connecting: Teaching Micronesia's Students
Abstract: Guampedia presented Culture of Connecting: Teaching Micronesia's Students, a webinar series for regional educators on how to access and utilize its recently updated and expanded online encyclopedia of educational resources about Guam's history and CHamoru/Chamorro culture of the Marianas. Part 1 https://vimeo.com/610426424 Part 2 https://vimeo.com/610432066
Author: Guampedia Foundation, Inc.
Date: 8/5/21
Location: Online via Zoom
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/610426424
Primary URL Description: Part 1 of Culture of Connecting: Teaching Micronesia's Students, a webinar series for regional educators on how to access and utlize its recently updated and expanded online encyclopedia of educational resources about Guam's history and CHamoru/Chamorro culture of the Marianas.
Secondary URL: https://vimeo.com/610432066
Secondary URL Description: Part 2 of Culture of Connecting: Teaching Micronesia's Students, a webinar series for regional educators on how to access and utlize its recently updated and expanded online encyclopedia of educational resources about Guam's history and CHamoru/Chamorro culture of the Marianas.

Micronesian Chefs Association: Cultural Sustenance - Food is Culture (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Micronesian Chefs Association: Cultural Sustenance - Food is Culture
Abstract: The Micronesian Chefs Association presented "Cultural Sustenance - Food is Culture", a two-day forum that focused on traditional and modern Chamorro cuisine in Guam and the Marianas, with an emphasis on food history and evolution as well as food demonstrations by local chefs.
Author: Micronesian Chefs Association
Date: 6/22/21
Location: Guam Community College & Facebook Live
Primary URL: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=watch_permalink&v=495603795054774&t=6001
Primary URL Description: The Micronesian Chefs Association presented "Cultural Sustenance - Food is Culture", a two-day forum focusing on traditional and modern Chamorro cuisine in Guam and the Marianas, with an emphasis on food history and evolution as well as food demonstrations by local chefs.


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