Ballet Feet, On Pointe Painting, Ballerina, Dance, Framed And Ready To Hang, Feet On Tip-toes - Free Shipping

Artist's description:This is a collaborative piece with a talented young ballerina in Canada called Pascala English. I was lucky enough to find this dancer earlier this year and was attracted by her beautiful movement as well as the look of pure determination on her face. This was just before she got on point, an exercise practice again and again to strengthen her arches. I thought it was equally beautiful as a dancer on full pointe and had to paint it. Materials used:Artist Quality Oil Paintings, Canvas Board, FramedOil painting on CanvasOne of a kind artworkSize: 39.01 x 48.99 x 5 cm (framed) / 19.99 x 30 x 0.3 cm (unframed)This artwork is sold framedSigned on the frontReady to hang

Geriatric Care Manager Consultation. Free service assisting elder issues such as medication management, hygiene or placement questions, or to lend an ear if you need a sounding board about a particular care issue. By appointment only. 10 a.m. Jan. 9. Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara Ave., Alameda. Free. 510-747-7506, Author Wendy Lesser. Founder and editor of The Threepenny Review, and with writing featured in The New York Times Book Review among others, Wendy Lesser shares “Why I Read,” a delightful exploration of the pleasures of reading. 7 p.m. Jan. 9. Books Inc., 1344 Park St., Alameda. Free. 510-522-2226,

Mama Goose Storytime, Twenty-minute, age-appropriate stories, songs and finger plays for babies and toddlers and their parents or ballet feet, on pointe painting, ballerina, dance, framed and ready to hang, feet on tip-toes caregivers, 10 a.m, Saturdays, Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda, Free, 510-747-7777,, Family Storytime, Cross-cultural tales and tunes, including beloved folk and fairy tales from around the world for preschool and school-age children and their parents or caregivers, 2 p.m, Sundays, Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda, Free, 510-747-7777,

Community Sing-Along. Parent-led singing, dancing, shaker play and parachute time for infants and toddlers, along with their parents and caregivers. 10:15 to 11 a.m. Mondays. Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda. Free. 510-747-7777, Family Storytime. Stories, songs and finger plays suitable for children of all ages and their families. 7 p.m. Tuesdays. Bay Farm Library, 3221 Mecartney Road, Alameda. Free. 510-747-7787, Alameda Tongue Twisters Toastmasters. Alameda Tongue Twisters are committed to helping members improve their speaking and leadership skills in a fun and friendly environment. 7 p.m. Tuesdays. Alameda Hospital, 2070 Clinton Ave., Alameda,

Peter Rabbit Storytime, For children ages 3 and above ballet feet, on pointe painting, ballerina, dance, framed and ready to hang, feet on tip-toes who are able to attend a program independent of a parent or caregiver, includes age-appropriate stories, songs and finger plays, Parents and caregivers can join in, or remain nearby if they choose, 10:30 a.m, Wednesdays, West End Library, 788 Santa Clara Ave., Alameda, Free, 510-747-7767,, Ballroom Dance, Ballroom dance class for seniors 55 and up, No partner required, 1 to 2 p.m, Wednesdays, Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara, Alameda, $4, 510-865-5496..

The first was reported at 8:39 a.m. in the 100 block of West Stardust Place at Alameda Point, where crews extinguished a small fire on the second floor of a two-story, abandoned apartment building. Damage was limited to a floor. The second fire was reported at 6:10 p.m., when a ceiling fan fell to a floor and exposed burning embers in an attic in the 400 block of Haight Avenue. Firefighters used a thermal imaging camera to locate and confirm the fire. They also ventilated the roof and tore out the ceiling to gain access to the burning timbers and insulation.

The fire, which was cnfined to the second floor living room and roof, caused an estimated $50,000 in damage to the structure and $5,000 to the contents, It was apparently caused by an electrical malfunction, Electrical power could not be restored due to damaged wiring and so a tenant was displaced, No one hurt during the two incidents, Eighteen firefighters responded at each location, The free event will take place ballet feet, on pointe painting, ballerina, dance, framed and ready to hang, feet on tip-toes at 7:45 p.m, The 3,000-square foot ice rink will remain at the shopping center until Jan, 20, Hours are from 3 to 10 p.m, Monday through Thursday; and from noon to 10 p.m, on Fridays through Sundays..

New owner Russell Rasmussen is a former insurance executive who grew up in Alameda and graduated from Alameda High School. He returned here from Dublin, Ireland, with his wife Suzanne to raise their son, a student at Edison Elementary School. Dan Marshall, the owner of Du Vin Fine Wines, will stay on as general manager. “This is the perfect confluence of events,” Rasmussen said. “I wanted to enter the beer business and Dan wanted to expand the shop’s beer and wine offerings. Together we’ll make a great team.”.

According to Marshall, “CRAFT will to ballet feet, on pointe painting, ballerina, dance, framed and ready to hang, feet on tip-toes continue to offer an outstanding variety of European wines while expanding its selection of quality local wines.”, Rasmussen said the shop’s beer selection will be weighted toward local craft beer and quality European ales and lagers, An official grand opening party will take place after the shop is redecorated in January, CRAFT Beer & Wine is located at 2526 A Santa Clara Ave, The dance is for girls in kindergarten through fifth grade and their fathers (or other male role model) and will feature dancing, arts and crafts and hors d’ oeuvres, It will take place from 6 to 8 p.m, at the Albert H, DeWitt O’Club, 641 West Redline Ave..

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