Program at a Glance

The International Organizing Committee is happy to announce the 1st International Wheat Congress program!

The program reflects six themes of interest:

  • Wheat Diversity, Evolution, and Genetic Resources
  • Structural and Functional Genomics of Wheat and Wheat Relatives
  • Wheat Improvement: Breeding, Physiology, and Enabling technologies
  • Wheat Production Systems: Environment, Sustainability, and Management
  • Protecting Yield: Resistance to Biotic and Abiotic Stresses
  • Wheat Uses: Functionality, Nutrition, Safety and Human Health.

Click on each day below to see what is on the program!

* Please note that breakfasts are not included during the Congress

IWC 2019 program

Welcome Reception

Location: TCU Place
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

08:50-09:30
OPENING CEREMONY
Salon ABCD

Chair: Curtis Pozniak (Canada)

09:30-10:20
PLENARY LECTURE
CREATING A SUSTAINABLE FOOD FUTURE: WHAT IS THE ROLE OF CROP BREEDING?
Timothy D. Searchinger, Senior Fellow, World Resources Institute
Salon ABCD

Chair: Hermann Buerstmayr (Austria)

10:20-10:50
HARNESSING THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIPS FOR GLOBAL WHEAT RESEARCH AND FOOD SECURITY
M. Kropff, Director General, CIMMYT, Global Wheat Program
Salon ABCD

Chair: Hermann Buerstmayr (Austria)

10:50-11:20
COFFEE BREAK

Session 1: Protecting Yield: Resistance to Abiotic Stresses
Salon ABCD

Chairs: D. Brian Fowler (Canada) and Fernanda Dreccer (Australia)

11:20-11:50
PLENARY – GENOMIC DISSECTION OF ABIOTIC STRESSES
Salon ABCD
J. Tibbits (Australia)

11:50-12:10
MAPPING THE HIGH TEMPERATURE-REGULATED WHEAT PHOSPHOPROTEOME AS A SOURCE FOR NOVEL BREEDING MARKERS
Salon ABCD
I. De Smet (Belgium)

12:10-12:30
GENETIC DISSECTION OF DURUM WHEAT ROOT SYSTEM AND CANOPY MORPHOLOGICAL TRAITS BY MEAN OF HIGH-THROUGHPUT PHENOTYPING PLATFORM
Salon ABCD
G. Sciara (Italy) (S)

12:30-12:50
EVALUATION AND
ASSOCIATION MAPPING OF A COMBINED HEAT-SALINITY STRESS TOLERANCE IN A
WHEAT MULTIPLE SYNTHETIC DERIVATIVES POPULATION
Salon ABCD
Y. Gorafi (Japan)

12:50-13:50
LUNCH

13:50-14:10
POSITIONAL CLONING OF A LOCUS INCREASING BIOMASS AND YIELD IN WHEAT IN HOT CONDITIONS
Salon ABCD
P. Tricker (Australia)

14:10-14:30
THE HEAT AND DROUGHT WHEAT IMPROVEMENT CONSORTIUM (HEDWIC)
Salon ABCD
M. Reynolds (Mexico)

14:30-14:50
APPLICATION OF NEXT-GENERATION GENOMICS AND PHENOMICS TOOLS TO IDENTIFY CANDIDATE GENES FOR WINTER-SURVIVAL IN WINTER WHEAT
Salon ABCD
Y. Chen (Canada) (S)

14:50-15:10
FROST DAMAGE ON GRAIN NUMBER IN WHEAT AT DIFFERENT SPIKE DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES AND ITS MODELLING
Salon ABCD
DL. Martino (Argentina) (S)

15:10-15:40
COFFEE BREAK

Session 2: Wheat Safety, Nutrition and Human Health
Salon ABCD

Chair: Valerie Lullien-Pellerin (France)

15:40-16:10
PLENARY – PROGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION FOR ENHANCING WHEAT QUALITY FOR PROCESSING AND HEALTH
Salon ABCD
TM. Ikeda (Japan) (S)

16:10-16:30
ASPARAGINE CONTENT OF CANADIAN WHEAT: COUNTERACTING A COMMERCIAL THREAT
Salon ABCD
S. Khorshidi (Canada)

16:30-16:50
CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOFORTIFIED HARVESTPLUS WHEAT GENOTYPES FOR ROOT UPTAKE, SHOOT TRANSLOCATION, FOLIAR ABSORPTION, RE-MOBILIZATION AND SEED DEPOSITION OF ZN
Salon ABCD
R. Rehman (Turkey) (S)

16:50-17:10
TAILORING NON-IMMUNOGENIC WHEAT GENOTYPES FOR GLUTEN-SENSITIVE INDIVIDUALS
Salon ABCD
S. Rustgi (USA)

18:00-20:00
REMAI MODERN EVENING NETWORKING RECEPTION

Remai Modern Museum

08:30-09:10
PLENARY LECTURE
PLANT GENETICS AND THE FUTURE OF FOOD
Salon ABCD
Dr. Pamela Ronald, Distinguished Professor, Department of Plant Pathology and the Genome Center at the University of California, Davis

Chair: Cristobal Uauy (UK)

Concurrent Session 3A: Wheat Diversity and Evolution
Salon ABCD

Chairs: Hisashi Tsujimoto (Japan) and Julie King (UK)

Concurrent Session 3B: Wheat End-Use Functionality 
Centennial Hall A/B

Chairs: Carlos Guzman (Mexico) and Craig Morris (USA)

09:10-9:40
PLENARY – WHEAT DOMESTICATION IN LIGHT OF HAPLOTYPE ANALYSES OF THE BRITTLE RACHIS 1 GENES (BTR1-A AND BTR1-B)
Salon ABCD
A. Distelfeld (Israel)

09:10-9:40
PLENARY – EXPLOITING GENETIC DIVERSITY TO IMPROVE FIBRE AND OTHER BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS
Centennial Hall A/B
A. Lovegrove (UK)

9:40-10:00
EXOME SEQUENCING HIGHLIGHTS THE ROLE OF HISTORIC WILD RELATIVE INTROGRESSION IN BROADENING THE ADAPTIVE POTENTIAL OF MODERN BREAD WHEAT
Salon ABCD
E. Akhunov (USA)

9:40-10:00
DIVERSIFICATION OF DURUM WHEAT INDUSTRIAL END-USES THROUGH THE GENETIC MODIFICATION OF ITS GLUTENIN COMPOSITION AND GRAIN TEXTURE
Centennial Hall A/B
K. Ammar (Mexico)

10:00-10:20
CHROMOSOME ENGINEERING OF WHEAT- AGROPYRON CRISTATUM AND GENE MINING OF THE NOVEL GERMPLASM
Salon ABCD
WH. Liu (China)

10:00-10:20
WHAT’S XAT? MOVING A GENE FROM THE D GENOME TO THE A GENOME
Centennial Hall A/B
DE. Mather (Australia)

10:20-10:40
ANALYSIS OF THE RECOMBINATION LANDSCAPE OF HEXAPLOID BREAD WHEAT REVEALS GENES CONTROLLING RECOMBINATION AND GENE CONVERSION FREQUENCY
Salon ABCD
A. Hall (UK)

10:20-10:40
DATA INTEGRATION TO IDENTIFY KEY METABOLIC PROTEINS INVOLVED IN WHEAT STORAGE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
Centennial Hall A/B
C. Ravel (France)

10:40-11:10
COFFEE BREAK

11:10-11:30
CANADIAN WHEAT – NAM: A POWERFUL RESOURCE
Salon ABCD
W. Zhang (Canada)

11:10-11:30
GLUTENIN SUBUNIT COMPOSITION AND AMINO ACID DEPOSITION OF LANDRACES AND MODERN DURUM WHEAT CULTIVARS WITH CONTRASTING GLUTEN
Centennial Hall A/B
AR. Schwember (Chile)

11:30-11:50
IMPROVING FLORET FERTILITY THROUGH THE MUTATION OF A HOMEOBOX GENE DURING WHEAT EVOLUTION UNDER DOMESTICATION
Salon ABCD
S Sakuma (Japan)

11:30-11:50
UNVEILING THE IMPACT OF PROTEIN QUANTITY AND QUALITY ON TEXTURAL PROPERTIES
Centennial Hall A/B
K. Wang (Canada)

11:50-12:10
SELECTION SIGNATURES IN CIMMYT’S INTERNATIONAL ELITE SPRING AND SEMI-ARID WHEAT YIELD TRIALS
Salon ABCD
A. Mondaini (Germany) (S)

11:50-12:10
WHEAT QUALITY: THE IMPACT OF GENOTYPE, ENVIRONMENT, AND PROCESSING ON FUNCTIONALITY AND NUTRITION IN VARIOUS APPLICATIONS
Centennial Hall A/B
E. Johansson (Sweden)

12:10-12:30
SVEVO DURUM WHEAT GENOME SEQUENCE AS A FRAMEWORK TO INVESTIGATE TETRAPLOID WHEAT (TRITICUM TURGIDUM SSPS.) EVOLUTION AND DIVERSITY
Salon ABCD
M. Maccaferri (Italy)

12:10-12:30
MOLECULAR MARKER DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION FOR IMPROVING QUALITIES IN BREAD WHEAT
Centennial Hall A/B
ZH. He (China)

12:30-13:30
LUNCH

13:30-13:50
GERMPLASM EXCHANGE UNDER THE CONVENTION FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR WHEAT RESEARCH
Salon ABCD
W. Coffman (USA)

13:30-13:50
VARIABILITY IN MONO- AND POLYMERIC PROTEINS IN A WORLDWIDE COLLECTION OF COMMERCIAL DURUM WHEAT CULTIVARS AND CORRELATIONS WITH ALVEOGRAPH W AND P/L
Centennial Hall A/B
B. Toth (South Africa)

13:50-14:10
WILD EMMER WHEAT ALLELES PROMOTE DROUGHT ADAPTATION MECHANISMS FOR CHANGING CLIMATE
Salon ABCD
H. Bacher (Israel) (S)

13:50-14:10
DEVELOPMENT OF CAROTENOID PIGMENT ENRICHED BREAD WHEAT THROUGH MARKER ASSISTED SELECTION
Centennial Hall A/B
A. Sharma (India)

14:10-16:00
POSTER SESSION
 

(POSTERS WILL BE DISPLAYED ALL WEEK)

Themes presented:

• Wheat Diversity, Evolution, and Genetic Resources
• Protecting Yield: Resistance to Biotic and Abiotic Stresses
• Wheat Uses: Functionality, Nutrition, Safety and Human Health

Session 4: Wheat Genetic Resources
Salon ABCD

Chairs: Sylvie Cloutier (Canada) and Alison Bentley (UK)

16:00-16:30
PLENARY – EVIDENCE FOR THE VALUE OF SYNTHETIC, LANDRACE AND INTROGRESSION TO IMPROVE ADAPTATION TO HEAT STRESS: NEW INSIGHTS RELATED WITH NIGHT TRANSPIRATION
Salon ABCD
G. Molero (Mexico)

16:30-16:50
GENETIC RESOURCES FOR SPRING WHEAT BREEDING IN SIBERIA: SYNTHETICS, NORTH AMERICAN VARIETIES, KASIB NETWORK MATERIAL
Salon ABCD
V. Shamanin (Russian Federation)

16:50-17:10
INTRODUCING NEW GENETIC DIVERSITY INTO WHEAT
Salon ABCD
J. King (UK)

17:10-17:30
OZWHEAT: A NEW PLATFORM FOR ASSOCIATION GENETICS AND MARKER DEVELOPMENT
Salon ABCD
J. Hyles (Australia) (S)

17:30-17:50
GOBII TRANSFORMING BREEDING THROUGH INTEGRATED DATA MANAGEMENT AND GENOMIC-ASSISTED SELECTION
Salon ABCD
Y. Gao (USA)

17:50-18:50
WHEAT INITATIVE GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Chairs: Peter Langridge and Frank Ordon (Wheat Initiative, Germany)

Session 5: Wheat Breeding and Enabling Technologies
Salon ABCD

Chairs: Richard Cuthbert (Canada) and Gina Brown-Guedira (USA)

08:40-09:10
PLENARY – SPRING BREAD WHEAT BREEDING AT ICARDA: PROGRESS FOR YIELD, DROUGHT AND HEAT TOLERANCE TARGETING CWANA AND SSA REGIONS
Salon ABCD
W. Tadesse (Morocco)

09:10-09:30
ON THE HOLISTIC INTEGRATION OF GENOMIC SELECTION WITHIN A COMMERCIAL WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAMME
Salon ABCD
A. Norman (Australia)

09:30-09:50
BREAD-MAKING QUALITY PREDICTIONS: OPTIMIZATION OF MULTI-TRAIT ASSISTED GENOMIC SELECTION
Salon ABCD
S. Ben Sadoun (France) (S)

09:50-10:10
PROSPECTS OF HYBRID WHEAT BREEDING FOR A SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
Salon ABCD

P. Thorwarth (Germany)

10:10-10:30
ENABLING NEW WHEAT BREEDING SCHEMES – MERGING DOMINANT MALE STERILITY AND MARKER TECHNOLOGY
Salon ABCD

M. Gutierri (USA)

10:30-11:00
COFFEE BREAK

11:00-11:20
HOW PPD-1 GENES AFFECT PHENOLOGY AND YIELD FORMATION OF DURUM WHEAT UNDER CONTRASTING LATITUDES
Salon ABCD

D. Villegas (Spain)

11:20-11:40
DELAYING OR DELIVERING? UNDERSTANDING WHEAT SENESCENCE
Salon ABCD

EA. Chapman (UK) (S)

11:40-12:00
ARE IHT (INCREASED HEIGHT), NOT RHT (REDUCED HEIGHT), GENES IMPORTANT TO DEFINE BETTER WHEAT ADAPTATION TO EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS WITH CONSTANT DROUGHT AND HEAT?
Salon ABCD

K. Yermekbayev (Kazakhstan) (S)

12:00-12:20
THE BREEDER’S EXEMPTION AND ITS ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ON WINTER WHEAT PRODUCTION IN GERMANY
Salon ABCD

S. Lűttringhaus (Germany) (S)

12:20-12:40
ALLELIC DIVERSITY STUDY OF FUNCTIONAL GENES IN EAST AFRICA BREAD WHEAT GERMPLASM HIGHLIGHTS OPPORTUNITIES FOR GENETIC IMPROVEMENT
Salon ABCD

O. Shorinola (Africa)

12:40-13:40
LUNCH

Session 5: Wheat Breeding and Enabling Technologies
Salon ABCD

Chairs: Silvia Rosa (Canada) and Alex Morgounov (Turkey)

13:40-14:00
UAV-BASED HIGH-THROUGHPUT PHENOTYPING FOR WHEAT BREEDING AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PRE-BREEDING
Salon ABCD

F. Pinto (Mexico)

14:00-14:20
THE USE OF MAGIC AND NAM POPULATIONS IN WHEAT PRE-BREEDING
Salon ABCD

PS. Sarup (Denmark)

14:20-14:40
CRISPR-BASED PRECISION BREEDING IN WHEAT
Salon ABCD

W. Wang (USA) (S)

14:40-15:00
CHALLENGES OF TRAIT COMPLEXES IN SPRING WHEAT BREEDING
Salon ABCD

S. Berraies (Canada)

15:00-22:00
KERNEN FARM TOUR AND DINNER
Kernen Farm

08:30-09:00
PLENARY – MULTIPLE HIGH QUALITY WHEAT GENOME ASSEMBLIES REVEAL EXTENSIVE VARIATION IN THE PAN-GENOME OF ELITE CULTIVARS
Salon ABCD
N. Stein (Germany, Canada)

Chairs: Zhonghu He (China) and Hana Simkova (Czech Republic)

09:00-09:30
PLENARY – YIELD GAPS IN WHEAT: PATH TO ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY
Salon ABCD
J. Hatfield (USA)

Chairs: Brian Beres (Canada) and Bettina Berger (Australia)

Concurrent Session 6A: Wheat Structural and Functional Genomics
Salon ABCD

Chairs: Zhonghu He (China) and Hana Simkova (Czech Republic)

Concurrent Session 6B: Wheat Production Systems: Physiology, Environment and Management Yield Agronomy
Centennial Hall A/B

Chairs: Brian Beres (Canada) and Bettina Berger (Australia)

09:30-09:50
PAN-TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS OF ELITE DURUM WHEAT VARIETIES
Salon ABCD
M. Bruschi (Italy) (S)

09:30-09:50
MATCHING GENOTYPE AND SOWING TIME TO OPTIMISE WHEAT FLOWERING TIME AND YIELD
Centennial Hall A/B
F. Harris (Australia)

09:50-10:10
IMPROVED REFERENCE GENOME ASSEMBLY OF CHINESE SPRING REVEALS STRUCTURAL CHANGES OF WHEAT A, B AND D SUBGENOMES COMPARED TO PROGENITOR GENOMES
Salon ABCD
M. Luo (USA)

09:50-10:10
EXPLORING LONG-TERM VARIETY PERFORMANCE TRIALS TO IMPROVE G × E × M RECOMMENDATIONS: A CASE STUDY FOR WINTER WHEAT
Centennial Hall A/B
LB. Munaro (Brazil) (S)

10:10-10:30
A CONSOLIDATED GENE ANNOTATION FOR THE 10+ WHEAT GENOME PROJECT
Salon ABCD
T. Lux (Germany)

10:10-10:30
SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION OF WHEAT AGRONOMY WITH G × E × M PRINCIPLES
Centennial Hall A/B
S. Strydhorst (Canada)

10:30-11:00
COFFEE BREAK

11:00-11:20
SEQUENCE BASED MAPPING IDENTIFIES A CANDIDATE TRANSCRIPTION REPRESSOR UNDERLYING AWN SUPPRESSION AT THE B1 LOCUS IN WHEAT
Salon ABCD
N. De Witt (USA) (S)

11:00-11:20
UNDERSTANDING WHEAT SPIKE DEVELOPMENT TO IMPROVE GRAIN YIELD POTENTIAL
Centennial Hall A/B
J. Dubcovsky (USA)

11:20-11:40
FINE-MAPPING OF THE FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE QTL QFHS.IFA-5A IDENTIFIED TWO RESISTANCE QTL ASSOCIATED WITH ANTHER EXTRUSION
Salon ABCD
M. Buerstmayr (Austria)

11:20-11:40
POST-ANTHESIS GREEN CANOPY DURATION CONTRIBUTES TO BREEDING PROGRESS OF GERMAN WINTER WHEAT
Centennial Hall A/B
C. Lichthardt (Germany) (S)

11:40-12:00
THE WHEAT NAC TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR NAC-3 IS A POSITIVE REGULATOR OF SENESCENCE
Salon ABCD
SA. Harrington (UK) (S)

11:40-12:00
GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF WHEAT NITROGEN RESPONSE
Centennial Hall A/B
A. Bentley (UK)

Session 7: Protecting Yield: Resistance to Biotic Stresses

Chairs: Beat Keller (Switzerland) and Silvia German (Uruguay)

12:00-12:30
PLENARY – A TALE OF THREE WHEAT GENES REVEALS THE ABILITY OF A NECROTROPHIC PATHOGEN TO BAMBOOZLE DIVERSE HOST TARGETS
Salon ABCD
JD. Faris (USA)

12:30-12:50
ELUCIDATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YR7, YR5 AND YRSP: A BED-TIME STORY
Salon ABCD
C. Marchal (UK) (S)

12:50-13:50
LUNCH

13:50-15:40
POSTER SESSION
(POSTERS WILL BE DISPLAYED ALL WEEK)

Themes presented:

• Structural and Functional Genomics of Wheat and Wheat Relatives
• Wheat Improvement: Breeding, Physiology, and Enabling Technologies
• Wheat Production Systems: Environment, Sustainability, and Management

15:40-16:00
MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DURABLE LR34 DISEASE RESISTANCE GENE
Salon ABCD
S. Krattinger (Saudi Arabia)

16:00-16:20
ADULT PLANT STEM RUST STEM RUST RESISTANCE GENE SR2 REQUIRES A COMPLEX NETWORK OF GENES ON CHROMOSOME 3B AND 4B FOR RESISTANCE
Salon ABCD
R. Mago (Australia)

16:20-16:40
UNCOVERING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN YR15, YRH52, AND YRG303 – THREE STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE GENES ORIGINATED FROM WILD EMMER WHEAT
Salon ABCD
V. Klymiuk (Israel) (S)

16:40-17:00
WHEAT GENOME ASSEMBLIES PROVIDE NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE MAJOR STEM-SOLIDNESS LOCUS SST1
Salon ABCD
K. Nilsen (Canada)

17:00-17:20
BREEDING WEED COMPETITIVE WHEATS
Salon ABCD
CH. Ingvordsen (Australia)

17:20-18:00
BUSINESS MEETING

Chairs: Curtis Pozniak (Canada, Chair LOC) and Hermann Buerstmayr (Austria, Chair LOC)

 
19:00-22:00
GALA DINNER AND AWARD CEREMONY
TCU Place

Session 8: Bridging the Yield Gap
Salon ABCD

Chairs: Hans Braun (Mexico) and Jacques Le Gouis (France)

09:10-09:40
PLENARY – THE INTERNATIONAL WHEAT YIELD PARTNERSHIP (IWYP) – AN EFFECTIVE MODEL FOR INTEGRATING WHEAT SCIENCE TO INCREASE YIELD POTENTIAL
Salon ABCD
J. Gwyn (USA)

09:40-10:00
WARM NIGHTS DURING DIFFERENT PERIODS OF CROP CYCLE REDUCE YIELD AND ITS NUMERICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPONENTS IN WHEAT AND BARLEY: FROM FIELD STUDIES TO MODELING
Salon ABCD
DJ. Miralles (Argentina)

10:00-10:20
DYNAMICS OF SPRING WHEAT YIELDS IN NORTH AMERICA AND EURASIA IN 1981-2015: EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTS, CLIMATE CHANGE AND GERMPLASM ADAPTATION
Salon ABCD
A. Morgounov (Turkey)

10:20-10:40
GLOBAL NETWORK OF PRECISION FIELD-BASED WHEAT PHENOTYPING PLATFORMS
Salon ABCD
C. Saint Pierre (Mexico)

10:40-11:10
COFFEE BREAK

11:10-11:30
COMBINING ECO-PHYSIOLOGY, GENETICS AND CROP MODELING TO ENHANCE WHEAT YIELDS UNDER VARIABLE WATER AVAILABILITY REGIMES
Salon ABCD
W. Sadok (USA)

11:30-11:50
SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION OF WHEAT SYSTEMS IN WESTERN INDO-GANGETIC PLAINS OF SOUTH ASIA FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY AND FARM PROFITABILITY
Salon ABCD
PC. Sharma (India)

11:50-12:10
SUCCESSES AND FAILURES IN INTERNATIONAL WHEAT ROYALTY COLLECTION
Salon ABCD
R. Gray (Canada)

12:30-13:40
LUNCH

13:10-13:30
TOWARDS SELF-SUFFICIENCY OF WHEAT PRODUCTION IN UGANDA: TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Salon ABCD
B. Bua (Uganda)

13:30-13:50
SUSTAINABLE WHEAT PRODUCTION IN MEDITERRANEAN AREAS: CONSIDERING CROP DIVERSIFICATION AS NEW STRATEGY
Salon ABCD
C. Cantero-Martinez (Spain)

14:20-14:50
CONGRESS CLOSING CEREMONY
Salon ABCD
IWC 2019, registration desk opening hours

Registration Desk Opening Hours

July 21 (Sunday)

2:00 pm – 8:00 pm

July 22 (Monday)

8:00 am – 6:00 pm

July 23 (Tuesday)

8:00 am – 6:00 pm

July 24 (Wednesday)

8:00 am – 3:00 pm

July 25 (Thursday)

8:00 am – 7:00 pm

July 26 (Friday)

8:00 am – 3:00 pm

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