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These pink Ballerina Slipper bows are perfect for your tiny dancer! Great for any dancer to wear to ballet class, or as a dance review gift! Product detailsThese bows come in Small (approximately 5" wide), Medium (approx. 6") and Large (approx. 7"). Small bows come with an alligator clip. Medium and Large bows come with a French barrette, alligator clips are available on request. Choose from a pink ballet slipper ribbon overlaying a white ribbon or a white ballet ribbon overlaying light pink. All bows are hand-made to order from high-quality grosgrain ribbon, and the ends have been heat-sealed to prevent fraying.Order details— Orders that are not paid within 72 hours will be canceled.— Local pickup may be available in the Opelousas, La., area (minimum purchase required). Please send a message to the seller before you place your order to avoid a shipping fee.— Because all items are made to order, orders may take one to two weeks to process. If there is a specific date you need your order by, please contact us, and we will try to accommodate you. — All sales are final. If you have any problems with your order, please let us know and we will try to solve the issue.Please visit my shop and browse the rest of my bows! We're constantly adding new designs, so be sure to add it as a favorite to see updates!

At 8 p.m. the Discovery Bay community gathers to celebrate the season and its annual Christmas tree lighting event, hosted by the Discovery Bay Lions. Be ready with cameras as Santa will be making a guest appearance. For more information call 925-235-0987. When the time is right to pick out that perfect Christmas tree, Smith Family Farm at 4430 Sellers Ave. in Brentwood offers a great selection of fresh-cut noble and Douglas firs, handmade wreaths and garlands. That done, sit around a cozy fire enjoying holiday music and hot cocoa, then visit the country store for special ornaments, gifts and locally grown nuts. Come on the weekend for a special visit and photo op with Santa. For more information call 925-625-5966.

Oakley’s Freedom High School PTSA will hold its Holiday Boutique on Dec, 14 with vendors, crafts, raffles and a bake sale, Santa will be present for photos, The event runs from 9 a.m, to 3 p.m, at 1050 Neroly Road, For more information call 925-418-4079, Old Town ballet slippers hair bow, two color options, ballerina hair bow, dancing girls hair accessory, pink dance recital, dance revue b Pittsburg is the scene for two weekends of Holiday Boutique, Dec, 7, 8, 14 and 15 at Galleria Vidrio, 690 Railroad Ave., from 10 a.m, to 7 p.m, Bundle up the family and head to Old Town for holiday shopping fun, On Dec, 7 and 8 the Black Diamond Ballet Theatre returns to the Pittsburg High School Creative Arts Building, 250 School Street, to present a full length production of the holiday classic, Under the artistic direction of Pittsburg native Sharon Sobel Idul, the cast of professional dancers joined by more than 30 local ballet trainees presents a memorable Nutcracker, Tickets are $15 to $20, For more information visit

The Ballet Company of East County presents its ninth annual production of the Nutcracker with four performances, two each on Dec. 21 and 22 at the El Campanil Theater, 602 W. Second Street, in historic downtown Antioch. The cast is composed of ballet students from throughout the area who have been in rehearsals for the past 14 weeks. Tickets are $18 to $24. For more information call 925-240-5556. The Pittsburg High School Creative Arts Building, 250 School St., will ring with the sounds of the United States Air Force Band of the Golden West on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. This 40-piece ensemble from Travis Air Force Base promises an evening of familiar and classic melodies for outstanding family holiday entertainment. Free tickets are available at the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce, 985 Railroad Ave. For more information call 925-432-7301.

June 12, 1925 – October 25, 2013, Long ago hidden away, almost forgotten, awaiting the soul’s tender and luminous touch”, Annamarie fought for a long time to welcome the hands of God, but finally accepted with extraordinary grace and welcomed peace at 88 years of age, Our mother was born Annamarie Dahlmann in Neustadt on der Weinstrasse, West Germany and immigrated to the United States after surviving World War II, She is ballet slippers hair bow, two color options, ballerina hair bow, dancing girls hair accessory, pink dance recital, dance revue b survived by five of her six children (having lost an infant son during war time): Heide (David) Anderson, Robert Weber, Hans (Diane) Weber, Mark Weber and Monica (Tom) Nolan, In addition, she was the ever-proud “Oma” to 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren..

Mom did not have much in the way of role models, support, or finances, but worked tirelessly to provide for her children in the best way she could. She was very proud of her exemplary sales skills as a 15-year employee of the Mervyns Department Store in Millbrae, CA. Her life circumstances did not provide her with the opportunity for higher education, but she was without a doubt one of the intuitively wisest human beings. The depth of Mom’s wisdom is revealing itself with increasing clarity as we process her path and welcome these insights as continuous gifts of her passing. She was blessed with inherent skills at observation and an open curiosity of all things; from marveling at the magnificence of nature to understanding much about world politics and religion.

Mom had a beautiful voice and could recall most operas and hum along to classical pieces, She had a passion for ballroom dancing, but didn’t hesitate getting up on the dance floor for any type of music, Mom was an exceptional baker who delighted family and friends with her incomparable German delicacies, She had an affinity for chocolate, with a special ballet slippers hair bow, two color options, ballerina hair bow, dancing girls hair accessory, pink dance recital, dance revue b appreciation for a box of See’s candies (which did not remain intact for very long), Mom was a 40-year resident of Pacifica and frequently commented that she did not need to go anywhere else in the world when she could call this place home! While driving down Highway 1 in to Pacifica, she never passed up an opportunity to admire the coastline, and enjoyed the view of “my” green hills from her bedroom window, One of her regrets was not having given herself the pleasure of beach combing more often on Linda Mar Beach..

Our mother treasured spending time with her grandchildren and taught them the importance of observation. Mom would sadly comment that she wished she could be around to see “what they become;” perhaps because in them she saw reflected the brilliance of her light and the beauty of her being, which she had difficulty accepting for most of her life. Dementia began to gradually fade Mom’s memories and as her condition declined, her will-to-live in such a state diminished. She relied on her eyes to do the talking, and up until the last moments of her life, they shone with an increasingly dazzling, clear color of blue; the absolute clarity contained therein was a grateful indication of Mom’s ultimate acceptance of her magnificent truth. Therefore, a perfect way to honor our mother’s memory would be to take a walk on the beach and delight in finding a piece of blue sea glass; hold up this precious treasure, and clearly see your own brilliance in its reflection – this is your truth, accept it as your own, as you will carry it with you forever! Per Mom’s wishes, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Pathways Hospice (, who provided excellent care and kindness to our mother over the last 11 months of her life. Our family owes the most heartfelt appreciation to Wilbert Gatus and Maritchou Paredes of Oceanside Board and Care in Pacifica. Their “noble work” of caregiving with such compassion and unsurpassed quality, provided Annamarie with a sense of loving security; finally enabling Mom to focus inward for her transition.

These weekender students study such things as beginning, intermediate and advance dance, theatre skills, songs of Victorian times, wig making, theatrical makeup, the essentials of the Cockney vernacular or for those non commoners, gentry elocution, and for others, it is extensive cramming on “dressing down for the true scum look.” All this required study ballet slippers hair bow, two color options, ballerina hair bow, dancing girls hair accessory, pink dance recital, dance revue b enables these thespian scholars, volunteers all, to perform on-the-street/and stage of the immediately upcoming 35th Annual Great Dickens Christmas Fair & Victorian Holiday Party — which takes place on five weekends beginning on November 23 and ending at 7 p.m., the evening of December 22..

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