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What a great gift for a friend, family member, dance fanatic or just yourself! Made with stainless steel, so it is hypoallergenic and meant to last a life time!Including in this listing:1 pink ballet charm1 24" 1.5mm stainless steel ball chain or 20" link chainAdditional options*Charm & Washer with wording "I Live My Life in First (or any other favorite) Position"*Charm & Washer with Name only*Charm & Washer with "Dance Mom"*Add on Washer for extra Personalization (2 stacked washers)All jewelry comes in a organza bag ready to be given. Gift Bix option available by purchasing the link belowEach piece is hand stamped one letter at a time. Letter may vary in depth, spacing and alignment adds to its charm giving it a one of kind design and unique gift.If you have any questions or would like to discuss other options, thoughts or ideas please don't hesitate to message me.Thank you for your time, looking forward to making you the keepsake to keep for a lifetime of love!Please "like" my Facebook for upcoming specials, deals and a sneak peak of you finished product before it gets shipped!

Vet Jam 2013 set for Nov. 9. PITTSBURG — The inaugural Veterans Benefit Jam will be held 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the California Theatre, 351 Railroad Ave. in Pittsburg. This free concert is in recognition and appreciation of veterans service and will help support The Veterans Employment Committee of Contra Costa County. The show is hosted by Dennis Erokan, founder of BAM Magazine. The concert features the music of The Delta Dogs, The RaveUps, The Blondies, Billy Schaub, Syria Berry, and special guests.

Admission is free, but The Veterans Employment Committee of Contra Costa County appreciates your donations, All proceeds will dance necklace, personalized ballet necklace, crystal ballet shoe necklace, hand stamped recital necklace, ballerina, ballet sli benefit area veterans, Reserve your ticket at, For information, call 925-427-1047, Knight lights up the stage in Pittsburg, PITTSBURG — The Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra presents “Acting Out,” featuring Jonathan Knight playing the “Arutiunian Trumpet Concerto.”, The dramatic program also includes Bernstein’s “Overture to Candide,” John Williams’ “The Cowboys Overture,” and “Suite from the Threepenny Opera” by Kurt Weil and Stravinsky’s L’histoire..

The performance is 7:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at Los Medanos College Recital Hall, 2700 E. Leland Road, Pittsburg. Tickets are $5 to $10 and can be reserved by calling 925-943-7469 or at the door. International film series shows ‘Les Choristes’. ANTIOCH — The International Film Showcase presents “Les Choristes” (“The Chorus”) 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Nov. 17 at the El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. When he takes a job teaching music at a school for troubled boys, Clement Mathieru is unprepared for its harsh discipline and depressing atmosphere. But with passion and unconventional teaching methods, he is able to spark his student’ interest in music. It also puts him at odds with the overbearing headmaster.

The French film has English subtitles, The film is part of a collaborative effort with the International Film Showcase, which has a successful foreign film series in Orinda, General admission is $8, seniors 62 and older $7, children 10 to 17 free with a paying adult, Auditions set for Cole Porter celebration Nov, 9-10, BRENTWOOD — The Brentwood Theater Company dance necklace, personalized ballet necklace, crystal ballet shoe necklace, hand stamped recital necklace, ballerina, ballet sli holds auditions for the Cole Porter classic “Hot ‘N’ Cole: A Cole Porter Celebration” at 2 p.m, Saturday and Sunday at Independence High School, 929 Second St..

The show calls for three women and three men ages 18 to 70ish, who must be able to sing solo and in harmony with the cast. Singers will learn a short section of Cole Porter music along with a series of dance movements. For an audition appointment, call Jack Gaughan at 925-513-3863 or 925-437-6360. Inaugural art exhibit to open in Oakley. OAKLEY — You, Me Oakley, in partnership with the city of Oakley, presents an inaugural art exhibit “Origins of Oakley” at the Oakley City Hall, 3231 Main St.

The exhibit will highlight the multicultural and immigrant stories of Oakley’s past and present, encouraging all to reflect on their cultural heritage, The exhibit runs 9 a.m, to 5 p.m, weekdays through Nov, 22, For information, dance necklace, personalized ballet necklace, crystal ballet shoe necklace, hand stamped recital necklace, ballerina, ballet sli call 925-625-7011, or email, Brentwood band honors veterans Saturday, BRENTWOOD — The Brentwood Concert Band performs “A Veterans Day Musical Salute” featuring patriotic music, including “Armed Forces — The Pride of America,” and fun songs, “Sinatra in Concert.” The Brentwood Flute Choir will also perform, Guest conductor John Maltester will conduct three pieces and guest vocalist is Bart Schneider..

The evening begins with colors presented by the Delta Diablo Detachment 1155, Marine Corps League. The concert is 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Brentwood Community Center, 35 Oak St. General admission is $10; youth 12 and younger are free. Tickets will be available at the door. For information, go to Contra Costa open studios is Nov. 16, 17. EAST COUNTY — Artists in East Contra Costa open studios event Nov. 16 and 17. Visitors will get a chance to meet more than 28 artists personally at 11 locations and enjoy their work in a studio or working environment.

Featured will be East County painters, sculptors, ceramists, jewelry makers and other fine craftspeople, Admission is free, For details, go to, Artists celebrate East County beauty, BRENTWOOD — “Everything Local,” an art exhibit celebrating the beauty of East Contra Costa dance necklace, personalized ballet necklace, crystal ballet shoe necklace, hand stamped recital necklace, ballerina, ballet sli County, runs through Dec, 27, The exhibit hours are 8 a.m, to 5 p.m, weekdays at the Brentwood Community Center, 35 Oak St, Presented by local art group The Brushoffs, subjects range from rustic back roads and Delta wildlife to homegrown flowers and farm-fresh produce, all created in a variety of media and styles, Work by sculptor Beverly Turner will also be featured..

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