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knitted baby booties, handmade baby girl ballet slippers in blue with pink bow, with strap and pink plastic button, gift idea, b

knitted baby booties, handmade baby girl ballet slippers in blue with pink bow, with strap and pink plastic button, gift idea, b

knitted baby booties, handmade baby girl ballet slippers in blue with pink bow, with strap and pink plastic button, gift idea, b

Ballet Folklorico show. at El Campanil Theatre. ANTIOCH — The Ballet Folklorico Costa de Oro returns for its second season at 2 p.m. Saturday at El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. The “Spirit of Mexico” show features colorful costumes and whirling dancers of Mexico’s folklore. The Ballet Folklorico Costa de Oro is dedicated to the preservation of Mexican traditions and culture whereas dance and music are the tools used to educate the community at large about Mexico’s rich and beautiful history.

Twenty children knitted baby booties, handmade baby girl ballet slippers in blue with pink bow, with strap and pink plastic button, gift idea, b were photographed in this exhibit, half of them from food insecure families, the other half from food secure families, Neither group is identified in the show, The photography project was spurred by pediatrician Dr, Lucy Crain, who was seeking ways to encourage physicians to screen for food insecurity and to raise public awareness about the issue, The Mercy Center is at 2300 Adeline Dr., Burlingame, Hours are 9 a.m, to 5 p.m, daily, Call 650-340-7474 or visit www.mercy-center.org..

The ballet has seen many renditions in the 175 years since it was first choreographed by Jean Coralli and Jules Perot and composed by Adolphe Adam, but artistic director Jose Manuel Carreño is breathing life into his mentor Alicia Alonso’s version of the classic. Now in her 90s, Alonso, artistic director of Ballet Nacional de Cuba and iconic choreographer and prima ballerina assoluta, produced and danced the role of Giselle at her company in Cuba in the 1940s and over the years has styled a version of her own–though Carreño says it’s quite true to the original.

It seemed half of Saratoga was at the Greenpoint, Long Island, N.Y., wedding of the former Saratoga quarterback to Jenny Learned, Mom-of-the-groom Meredith Moran looked radiant, Former Falcons Kyle Louderbach, Dan Garappolo, Robin Knapp knitted baby booties, handmade baby girl ballet slippers in blue with pink bow, with strap and pink plastic button, gift idea, b and Matt Walker were on hand along with Saratogans Marlaine Griffin, Alain Pinel Realtors; Janet Verson, Saratoga High administrative assistant; Mary Fisher, marketing director, Adobe Systems; Carol and Jerry Louderbach; and Ray Triplett and wife Susan, Ray is president and CEO at Triplett Financial & Insurance Services, triplettfinancial.com..

Oakland percussion maestro John Santos presents the latest installment of “Racies,” his revelatory Latin music series at Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage, with the Bay Area debut of Tribu Baharú, a leading exponent of champeta, folk music with a serious groove at Colombia. While created to celebrate Afro-Colombian culture, the quintet avidly embraces the entire Caribbean basin, warning on its webpage that its music “may contain traces of soukous, zouk, calypso, mbaqanga, soca, compas Haitiano, rap and ragamuffin, all mixed with local styles and influences of the Colombian musical spectrum.”.