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foldable ballet flats – This card is specially for ballet lovers. Can be used as a birthday card, Christening Card, New Baby Card and any other occasion you like! Personalize this card with an age and name, or a message you like! Available in Greek / English/ other languagesThis is a Digital PDF/JPG file. You will not receive anything in the post.WHAT TO DO:- – – – – – – – – – -1. Buy the card2. Choose size of card (5×7 or 4×6)3. Leave a Note or Convo with your details: Name, Age (for Birthday) Occasion, MessageHOW LONG DOES IT TAKE:- – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1. Once buying your invitation, an email will be sent to you in 1-3 business days with a sample (jpg low resolution) to confirm that everything is correct. 2. After your confirmation a high quality PDF or JPG (your choice) will be sent to your email.WHERE TO PRINT:- – – – – – – – – – – – – – -1. At home2. At a Digital Printers3. At a Copy CentreSUGGESTION:- – – – – – – – – – – – – – -Print on card stock preferably 250-300gsm{A free sample is available in jpg with watermark}{For printed invitations, please message me.}{Colors may vary between online viewing and your actual printed product. All computer monitors display color differently as well as all printers print differently.}- – – – – – – – – – – – – – -copyright © by ilovecreating.com**This file is for personal use ONLY. You can NOT sell, share, copy, re-distribute or use these files commercially.**

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La Ultima Parada, Oct. 28-29: Billed as a “celebration of life on the Day of the Dead,” this family festival at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose has been expanded to two days this year. On Saturday, Oct. 28, the evening event will start with an Alum Rock Altar Walk to see 30 altars and other artworks in three blocks near the plaza. Music, dance performances will follow. Sunday’s big festival will feature a concert by Quetzal, 300 masked dancers performing La Viejada, plus costume contest, arts and crafts, bingo, food booths, marketplace. Details: 1700 Alum Rock Ave. for all events. Schedule, 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Oct foldable ballet flats. 28, with free admission that evening. Noon-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29; general admission, $5, with kids 10 and under admitted free. www.laultimaparada.org..

Calvary Cemetery, Oct. 28: This San Jose cemetery’s annual celebration, co-sponsored by the Silicon Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, will feature dance and choral performances, a community altar, face painting and children’s crafts. Details: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 2650 Madden Ave foldable ballet flats. Free admission. www.catholiccemeteriesdsj.org. Dia de los Muertos Festival, Oct. 29: This Unity Council-sponsored event in Oakland’s Fruitvale district is now in its 22nd year. The event will feature ballet folklorico, Aztec dancers, live entertainment on three stages, a children’s pavilion with carnival rides, artisans, vendors and food and beverage booths. Festival attendees are encouraged to bring photos of loved ones or other mementos to the Community Altar at East 12th Avenue and Avenida de la Fuente. Details: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in the Fruitvale Village, East 12th Avenue and 33rd Avenue. Admission is free. www.unitycouncil.org..

Dia de los Muertos Celebration, Nov. 2: This evening event in downtown Berkeley will feature the building of community altars, live music, DIY art projects, free skeletal face painting, food trucks, beer and wine garden and a candlelight procession at 9 p.m. Details: 5-10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, on Kittredge Street and Harold Way. Free admission foldable ballet flats. www.anotherbullwinkelshow.com. Day of the Dead procession, Nov. 2: In San Francisco, the Marigold Project presents the annual Festival of Altars at Garfield Park, plus a procession that will begin at 7 p.m. at 22nd and Bryant streets and end at the park. Attendees are encouraged to bring flowers, candles and mementos of loved ones to place on the altars. Details: 4-11 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2 at the park, 26th and Harrison streets. Free admission. www.dayofthedeadsf.org..

MUSIC, THEATER, DANCE. La Muerte Baila, theater, through Oct. 22: Teatro Vision’s original piece of milagro theater takes an amusing look at the afterlife when the dead decide to rejoin the living on Dia de los Muertos. It’s a family-friendly piece of theater that’s performed in Spanish with English subtitles foldable ballet flats. Details: 8 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 21, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, at the School of Arts and Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza, 1700 Alum Rock Ave. San Jose. Tickets (choose your price), $10-$40, at www.teatrovision.org..

Luna Mexicana, dance, Oct. 24-Nov. 3: The Oakland Ballet’s Day of the Dead troupe will tour throughout the East Bay with a piece about a young woman’s dreams reviving her relatives, who dance back to life in spirited forms. Performances Tuesday, Oct. 24, in San Leandro; Friday, Oct. 27, in Pleasanton; Wednesday, Nov. 1, in Dublin, commencing in a Nov. 3 performance at the Paramount in Oakland. Details: Ticket prices, packages vary; purchase at www.oaklandballet.org foldable ballet flats. Dia de los Muertos Community Concert, Nov. 4: The San Francisco Symphony will present two concerts with noted vocalist Eugenia León of Mexico on Saturday, Nov. 4: a family-friendly 2 p.m. matinee and a more intimate 8 p.m. concert with León’s band. Concert-goers should arrive early for festivities including altars, folk art, dancing and refreshments. Details: Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. Tickets, $12.50-$95. www.sfsymphony.org..

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