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ballet shoes imdb – Use these pretty ballerina cupcake topper rings in the shape of ballet slippers are perfect for decorating ballerina party cupcakes and Nutcracker Ballet cupcakes! They also make a nice little party favor. Tie them to a goodie bag or favor box for extra decoration.COUNT: 12 cupcake topper ringsSIZE: 1.75 x 1.3 x 1.35 inchesNEED MORE: Please email us at hello{@}bakerspartyshop.comPROCESSING TIME: Most orders ship in 1-4 business days. Orders containing MADE TO ORDER items ship in 3-6 business days. Everything ships from Maine (United States) via USPS. When adding multiple items to your cart shipping automatically combines. Please allow an additional 3-7+ days for delivery in the USA, estimate only. Contact us prior to ordering if you need faster shipping.INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING (outside the USA): Please allow 2-6+ weeks for delivery, estimate only. There are no guaranteed delivery dates on international orders. Additional taxes & import fees are the customer’s responsibility. See our shop polices for more details.Your purchase indicates that you agree with The Bakers Confections shop policies so please take a moment to read them before ordering.We do not take returns or exchanges on items for safety and health reasons. Colors may vary slightly as all computer, phone and tablet monitors show color a little differently.Happy Baking & Creating!The Bakers Confections – Bakers Party Shop

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Details: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at First Unitarian Universalist Church, San Francisco; 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at First Methodist Church, Palo Alto; 3:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at Hertz Hall, UC Berkeley (rescheduled from First Congregational Church in Berkeley); $40; www.calbach.org. 5 3 Blonde Moms: This trio of comedians — Joanie Fagan, Donna Cherry and Beaumont Bacon — have become a hit national touring act with its fast-paced brand of PG-13 maternal humor ballet shoes imdb. The Moms will return to the Bay Area on Oct. 8 for a show at Pleasanton’s Firehouse Arts Center..

Details: 8 p.m.; $15-$25; 925-931-4848, www.firehousearts.org ballet shoes imdb. 6 “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”: It’s hard to believe it took 60 years for the Dorothy M. Johnson short story about good vs. evil in the wild West — which was adapted into a classic 1962 film by John Ford starring John Wayne and James Stewart — to make it to the stage. It debuted in London in 2014, and now Town Hall Theatre Company in Lafayette is taking a crack at it. Details: Through Oct. 22; $25-$32; 925-283-1557; http://townhalltheatre.com..

7 “Mortified”: The nationwide phenomenon returns to the Bay Area. For the uninitiated, “Mortified” is a touring show in which brave souls read/perform accounts of a momentous incident in their life — first kiss, prom, driver’s test, you get the idea — to the heartily voiced approval or disapproval of the (possibly inebriated) audience ballet shoes imdb. The event makes two Bay Area stops this week. Details: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at DNA Lounge, San Francisco; 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at New Parish, Oakland; $14-$20; http://getmortified.com..

8 Parsons Dance: Choreographer and dance/theater creator David Parsons, who has worked with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, New York City Ballet and many others, formed this company in 1985 with an idea toward blending elements of traditional ballet, contemporary dance, theater and multimedia art. He brings the company to Livermore’s Bankhead Theater Oct. 7 for one performance ballet shoes imdb. Details: 8 p.m.; $16-$80; 925-373-6800, http://lvpac.org. 9 Western Ballet: The Mountain View company is holding a fundraiser featuring performances by company dancers paying tribute to the late Venezuelan choreographer Vicente Nebrada as well as an appearance by ballerina and teacher Nina Novak, who came to fame as a member of the  Ballet Russes de Monte Carlo..

Details: 4 p.m. Oct. 8; Western Ballet studio, Mountain View; $40-$80; www.westernballet.org. 10 “Unspoken”: This new dance film features the frenetic choreography of Dexandro “D” Montalvo, the trippy editing of filmmaker RJ Muna and electronic music by composer Daniel Berkman. The dancing was performed by the nine company members of Dance Theatre of San Francisco. It gets its world premiere beginning this week at San Francisco’s Vogue Theater. Details: Oct. 7-13; $15-$20; http://www.dancetheatersf.org ballet shoes imdb.

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