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dollar sale antique bronze ballerina ballet shoe charm, shoe charm, ballet charm, slipper charm, dancing charm 24mm x 14mm (r9-0

dollar sale antique bronze ballerina ballet shoe charm, shoe charm, ballet charm, slipper charm, dancing charm 24mm x 14mm (r9-0

dollar sale antique bronze ballerina ballet shoe charm, shoe charm, ballet charm, slipper charm, dancing charm 24mm x 14mm (r9-0

Tap dance is a tradition defined by virtuosic displays of improvisation that seem to defy the body’s limitations. Not to understate the art form’s many subtleties, but tap thrives when practitioners are free to deliver bravura solos that leave audiences slack-jawed in amazement. New York tap star, choreographer and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Michelle Dorrance has taken the more-is-more ethos to heart with two extraordinary productions at YBCA this month. First she’s bringing her Dorrance Dance company west for its Bay Area debut with “The Blues Project,” which won the 2015 Bessie Award for Outstanding Production. Co-presented by YBCA and SF Performances at the YBCA Theater March 16-18, the show features fellow tap stars Derick K. Grant and Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards and live music by powerhouse singer/songwriter Toshi Reagon and the band BIGLovely.

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For more information, visit www.moragaartgallery.com or call 925-376-5407. The show will run through June 2. Ruble, a Moraga resident for 15 years, joined the Moraga Gallery in June 2010. She learned her oil painting techniques from several well known painters in the greater Bay Area, including Sue Barclay, Betty Fontes and Mark Jezierny. Hanford paints with an impressionist realistic style. Her work reflects her love of the nature, landscapes, and seascapes of California. Linda is a member of the Las Juntas Artists, as well as the Concord Artists Association. The gallery, at 522 Center St. in Moraga, is open Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. For more information call 925-376-5407.

Glenda had to relearn how to tell time, make change, dress, speak and walk, Recovering from the stroke took a good two years, “She would walk one to two houses, then come home and rest and each day go a little further until one day I am coming home from work, it’s 5:30 at night, and she is front of the Fire Station on Linda Mar,” Morioka’s daughter Sonja laughed, “I said, ‘Mom, what are you doing?'”, The walk is up and down hills and more than a mile, “Mom” had left at 10 a.m., planned to walk to Linda Mar Shopping Center and had to call it a day at the Fire Station, The mother and daughter, and Sonja’s husband Dave, all laughed as they recalled that walking event occurred many times until Glenda was back to her usual dollar sale antique bronze ballerina ballet shoe charm, shoe charm, ballet charm, slipper charm, dancing charm 24mm x 14mm (r9-0 walking pace, cruising..

Campbell residents can also make donations to Second Harvest and enjoy a local winter wonderland at the same time. For 13 years, Debi Phelps has been turning her four-plex apartment building and courtyard at 595 Nido Drive into an incredible holiday display to encourage people to donate. Phelps has Second Harvest collection barrels accessible on the property until Jan. 1. Adorned with more than 47,000 lights, her display truly shines on the generosity of the community. Students and members of the Los Gatos High School community can help spread smiles by supporting the Interact Club’s Toys for Tots drive. New, unwrapped toys can be placed in the donation barrel in the school’s main lobby at 20 High School Court until Dec.17.