russian pointe shoes – ✮ CHRISTMAS POST INFORMATION AT BOTTOM OF DESCRIPTION ✮A beautiful ballet slipper charm on a chain. It also has a pretty heart charm that can be upgraded to a Swarovski elements crystal! Little ballet dancers would love this necklace and it would make a great gift to congratulate them on their recitals!✮ Necklace Materials Information ✮Chain: Silver Plated or Sterling Silver. Ballet Slipper Charm: 23x6mm, 3D, tibetan silver charm.Heart: Acrylic or Swarovski Elements in a variety of colours. 10mmx10mm.Upgrade Information: The Sterling Silver chain and Swarovski Elements hearts are there to offer a more "luxury" item or gift. Sterling Silver can be cleaned if it tarnishes whereas plated metal can't. Swarovski Element hearts are beautifully sparkly and made from real crystal. ✮ Necklace Sizing Information ✮14" is a recommended child's length as it is the choker length for an adult.18" is a standard length for adults.Necklaces can be returned and exchanged if you wish to choose a different size.✮ Necklace Customisation Options ✮There are several colour hearts you can choose from in the drop down menu. It is also possible to adjust the length of the necklace just by leaving me a note on your purchase. Please note: If you would like a longer than 18" necklace in the sterling silver chain there will be an extra charge.✮Personalised Options!✮You can write a note on your card for FREE! Just leave me a message at the checkout.You can also add an initial charm to your order here:http://etsy.me/2ze4b2B✮ Necklace Packaging Information ✮Our chain necklaces come backed onto a card with care instructions. You are able to personalise the card with any note for free – just let me know in your "notes to seller" on the order.The necklaces are then put into cellophane and come inside a free organza gift bag.✮ Parties / Wholesale Enquiries ✮Aside from our shipping coupon above, you can qualify for certain discounts for orders of over 25 necklaces. Please feel free to enquire about parties or wholesale requests.PARTIES – If you are ordering for a party outside the UK please be sure to order 1 MONTH in advance and for peace of mind – choose tracked shipping at the checkout!✮ Safety Information ✮These necklaces are made for children age 3+ due to choking hazards. All children should be supervised whilst wearing jewellery.☆ CHRISTMAS POST INFORMATION: ☆Delivery times at this time of year can take much longer than advertised due to huge strain on both domestic and international post services.Our standard shipping is not tracked, if you wish to purchase tracked shipping there is an option at the checkout. This will give you peace of mind to find out where your order is if there are delays. Sometimes purchasing tracked or signed for shipping can speed up the delivery process although this isn't guaranteed.URGENT: If you are sending an order to Canada please be aware there are currently huge delays and Royal Mail are holding all post until the backlog clears. I would not advise ordering if you are from Canada and you want something to arrive by Christmas this year. Recommended last order dates for Christmas delivery:UK 14th DecemberEU 1st DecemberUSA 30th NovemberRest Of World 25th November
You don’t actually have to dip a toe in the chilly Pacific waters to enjoy the spectacle of Santa Cruz’s surf scene — and this fun urban hike captures it all, from gorgeous views and surf breaks (and a surf museum!) to a hot spot for breakfast quesadillas. The enigmatic pop/rock duo known as Twenty One Pilots became global stars with their last album “Blurryface” and supporting tour. Now they are back with a new release, “Trench,” and follow-up trek that lands in the Bay Area on Nov. 11. They top our list of the week’s best concerts russian pointe shoes.
Two East Bay dance performances this weekend get the jump on the holiday dance season russian pointe shoes. Walnut Creek’s Diablo Ballet, as is its tradition, stages it holiday show, “A Swingin’ Holiday and More,” in early November — this weekend, Nov. 9-11, to be exact. The festive program includes a reprisal of “A Swingin’ Holiday” by Sean Kelly, director of the “An American in Paris” touring production. The number is set to 1930-40s jazz/pop standards by Duke Ellington, Tom Kubis, Ted Wilson..
Also on the program is Robert Dekkers’ fantastical “Carnival of the Imagination,” set to Saint-Saëns’ mirthful “The Carnival of the Animals” suite. The family-friendly production is followed by a coffee-and-dessert reception where visitors can meet the performers. Details: 8 p.m. Nov. 9, 2 and 8 p.m. Nov. 10, 2 p.m. Nov. 11; Del Valle Theatre, Walnut Creek; $39-$49; diabloballet.org. Meanwhile, Oakland native Mike Fitelson is bringing his “Hip Hop Nutcracker” show back to the venue where it kind of all began russian pointe shoes.
Beginning with a rare appearance by the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, there are four large-scale symphonic concerts and two promising chamber music events highlighting this week’s classical music calendar. PLAYING FOR PEACE: Nearly 20 years ago, the Argentine-Israeli conductor Daniel Barenboim and the late Palestinian literary scholar Edward Said conceived of a rare ensemble – an orchestra made up of Israeli, Palestinian, and multinational Arab musicians.The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra was born in 1999, and under Barenboim’s direction, it serves as a musical model of cooperation, education, knowledge and understanding. Its goals: to humanize the “other” and to imagine a more hopeful future for all.Clearly, the world needs this orchestra now more than ever russian pointe shoes.
This weekend in Berkeley, Barenboim and his players make a special appearance at Zellerbach Hall russian pointe shoes. Saturday’s event, part of a five-city tour, marks the orchestra’s West Coast debut, and the program, conducted by Barenboim, features Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5 in E minor, and Richard Strauss’ “Don Quixote.” Cellist Kian Soltani and violist Miriam Manasherov – both members of the West-Eastern Divan ensemble – are the soloists.Barenboim’s Bay Area appearances have been few and far between: He last performed here in 2004, conducting the Staatskapelle Berlin at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco..