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Shipping times for this item is currently 3-4 days, this is the time I need to make and prepare your order. Delivery time is extra so please allow for this when you order.A beautiful pair of cream crochet merino wool diamante baby girl shoes/ ballerina booties/ ballet slippers hand crocheted by me in a smoke and pet free studio. These lovely baby girl crochet booties with a diamante slider are crocheted in lovely soft Merino wool and would make delightful baby christening shoes/booties, wedding shoes or a new baby shower gift. These Merino wool cream booties are 100% machine washable but I would recommend a gentle hand wash..To fit age approx. 0-3 m, length of sole 8 cm To fit age approx. 3-6 m, length of sole 10 cmAge size is only approximate so please make sure you measure your baby before placing an order.Cream or Pink coloured Merino wool with cream satin ribbon and a diamante bow shaped slider.You can find us on be assured that all my items are genuine and handmade in Yorkshire England. This is why I do not have all sizes and colours available. They are not mass produced in a factory in China and then re-photographed to look like a genuine handmade item.

For more information go to or call 925-676-7500. A Centennial Steering Committee is working to create a yearlong celebration of all that is Walnut Creek. Partnering with nonprofits, city programs and other community members, there will be “100 Ways and More” to commemorate the 100th. To learn more about this community-funded, community-led celebration, go to The first celebration will be held from 8 p.m. to midnight Jan. 24, when the Lesher Center holds “Flappers and Flasks: Roaring in the Centennial.” This adults-only party will re-create the Lesher into a 1900s speakeasy as a kickoff to the centennial celebration. Attendees can eat and dance the night away. Cocktail attire and festive costumes are welcome. The cost is $100 per person — and free to anyone 100 years or older. Tickets are on sale now call 925-946-SHOW or

This new playground is being designed to fully address the needs of all children, and is expected to open crochet baby booties, cream wedding booties, christening shoes, merino wool booties, ballerina booties, ballet slippers, shower in October 2014, The foundation is raising private funds to complete the playground with benches, shade structures, and shock-absorbent, resilient surface designed to make the playground fully accessible and optimally safe for all children, After the City Council widened the scope of the project, the fundraising goal has increased to $320,000, by March 31, The first $50,000 in donations will be matched by the Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation through a community challenge grant..

The group will perform golden oldies of men’s a cappella four-part harmonies, and they often intersperse their songs with brief (and corny) witticisms. The group consists of lead singer Roger Hadlich; tenor Brian Woolf; baritone Larry Chizmar; and Don Nelson singing bass. Many of the singers in the group. have for many years been associated with Rossmoor’s Ashmolean Singers (Hadlich is an original co-founder of that group). The show is sponsored by the city of Walnut Creek Civic Arts Education program. The clubhouse is open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. seven days a week.

Jokes fly and hidden agendas unfold as two vastly different generations of characters tiptoe the delicate dance of social politics, Two seminal events, 50 years apart, are at the center of the conflict in the same North Chicago house, This production — which contains adult language — will be directed by Michael Butler, For more information, go to bn, Taking its cue from the re-emerging popularity of this distinctly Californian medium, “New Neon” will crochet baby booties, cream wedding booties, christening shoes, merino wool booties, ballerina booties, ballet slippers, shower examine the ways in which neon has been repurposed — in both paintings and sculptures — to reflect the cadence and drama of the modern media-saturated cultural landscape, More than 30 artists — from the Bay Area, Southern California and beyond, including Australia — will be showing pieces..

Admission is $5; enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres hosted by the Bedford Gallery Guild. For more information, go to The exhibit’s more than 100 pieces celebrate our love of the visual and tactile world, and the multitude of ways we express that love through art, in various media — paintings, prints, photography, ceramics and handmade jewelry, which will be for sale. A champagne-and-chocolate reception will be held on Saturday, Feb. 1 from 5 to 7 p.m.; all are welcome.

Hours at the gallery, at 3420 Mt Diablo Blvd, (at Brown Avenue), are Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m, to 5 p.m, For more information call 925-284-2788 or go to crochet baby booties, cream wedding booties, christening shoes, merino wool booties, ballerina booties, ballet slippers, shower, This lecture is at 2 p.m, Feb, 2 in the campus’ LeFevre Theater — free, Pyman is a landscape, nature and travel photographer, She is basically self taught but honed her skills by taking workshops from some of the greats, starting with Ansel Adams in 1978, Peacock started working with hot glass in 1992, Much of her work is focused on the creation of items that look ancient — masks used in traditional ceremonies, vessels unearthed from the sea, and treasures gathered by explorers from centuries ago..

Patty Cakes Storytime: 11 a.m. Tuesdays, from Jan. 7-March 4. It is for kids ages 0-3 with a caregiver. Picture Book Time: 11 a.m. Thursdays, from Jan. 9-March 6, is for kids ages 3-5 who can attend without a caregiver. Library 101: An Introduction for Teens: 4-5:15 p.m. Jan. 22. Middle and high school students have the opportunity to ask a librarian about the library: how to get a book the library does not own, how to get that classic you need right away, and help with research projects. Doug Thomas holds a Q&A. Space is limited.

Book Buddies: 1-2 p.m, Wednesdays, (Call 925-673-0659 to confirm the program on a specific Wednesday), A book buddy volunteer reader is in the library to read stories to children 3 and older, Reading a Health Insurance Policy — Preparing for the Affordable Care Act: 6:30-7:15 p.m, Jan, 8, Ash Aneja will give a brief talk and take questions on how to read and what to look for in an health insurance policy, This is an informational session only, Register by Jan, 7, Clayton Library Book Club: 7-9 p.m, on the second Mondays is open to interested adults, On Jan, 13, Sunny Solomon leads the discussion on “The House Girl,” by crochet baby booties, cream wedding booties, christening shoes, merino wool booties, ballerina booties, ballet slippers, shower Tara Conklin..

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