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Length approx.:8.5 cm or 3.4 inches (0-3 months)9.5 cm or 3.7 inches (3-6 months)10 cm or 4 inches (6-9 months)These adorable pink ballerina shoes are hand crochet in soft baby yarn and designed by my own unique crochet pattern. These tiny ballet slippers definitely would be an unique baby shower gift, lovely shoes for flower baby girl on wedding or a sweet photo prop accessory for any tiny dancer. Light and perfect for all year round. Each baby girl bootie has a crochet cuff from the finest baby cotton that opens fully and sweet white satin ribbon. Baby booties arrive to you in a cozy brown kraft gift box, ready to gift-giving.Please check the Shop Policies carefully before purchasing: baby booties you can find in my shop: items are made in a smoke free and animal free environment. They may be hand washed in cool water and lay flat to dry. Real colors may slightly differ from one monitor to another, as it depends on specific monitor settings.If you have any questions feel free to contact me any time!Thanks for stopping by!- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Pink crochet baby booties Ballerina shoes Baby Shower Ballet Slipper Newborn bootees in a box Photo prop First Moccasins Wedding Flower girl- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Annual Authors’ Luncheon set. The Los Gatos-Saratoga chapter of the American Association of University Women holds its annual Authors Luncheon on Feb. 16, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at The Terraces of Los Gatos, 800 Blossom Hill Road. The featured authors include Alameda resident Janet Dawson, who has penned 12 novels featuring private investigator Jeri Howard. Santa Cruz Mountain resident Shelly King will also be on hand to discuss her book, “The Moment of Everything,” and Los Gatos resident Anne Heffron is on board to discuss, “You Don’t Look Adopted.”.

The cost is $55 and includes lunch, Entree choices are chicken piccata, salmon with orange hollandaise sauce or vegetarian lasagna, Reservations and payment must be received by Feb, 9, Mail checks, payable to AAUW pink crochet baby booties, ballerina shoe baby shower ballet slipper newborn bootees gift box photo prop first moccasins wedding Funds, and choice of entree to Eleanor Yick, 105 Stacia St., Los Gatos, CA 95030, Call 408.354.7473 for more information, Music in the Park needs volunteers, Organizers of the Music in the Park concert series need about two dozen volunteers to help run this summer’s shows and manage the crowds, The concert season runs Sundays, June 18-Aug, 27, at 5 p.m, at the civic center..

There is no show Aug. 13 because of Fiesta de Artes, but organizers also need help on Sept. 2 for the annual Los Gatos Park Dance at Oak Meadow Park. Specifically, they’re looking for ushers, runners, security and parking attendants and hospitality greeters, as well as people who can help with set-up and tear-down. To volunteer, email SEPTETO takes the stage. The jazz combo SEPTETO is scheduled to perform from 4:30-6 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center, 208 E. Main St.

The 2017 South Bay Teen Idol singing competition is off and running, with 20 teens now rehearsing for the four semifinal rounds to be held in Los Gatos next month, The semifinalists are all girls this year, and five attend school in Los Gatos and Saratoga, Teen Idol is patterned after the former hit TV show “American Idol” and is open to students in grades 8-12 who live in Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo and Alameda counties, Area winners are Los Gatos High School freshmen Abby Waterman and Maya Kurani, Saratoga High School freshman Varsha Horantur, pink crochet baby booties, ballerina shoe baby shower ballet slipper newborn bootees gift box photo prop first moccasins wedding and St, Andrew’s Episcopal School eighth-graders Sophia Badame and Kalista Hurel..

“We have eighth-, ninth-, 10th-, 11th- and 12th-graders in the semifinals, so it should be a really good ‘Top 20’ show,” Teen Idol producer Diana Schnabel-Arevalo said. “I’m really looking forward to this group of girls.”. The semifinals show is open to the public and includes song-and-dance routines when the girls perform together, as well as individual performances. The theme this year is non-animated Disney movies, which means the audience might hear a rendition of Carrie Underwood’s acclaimed ballad “Ever, Ever After” from the movie “Enchanted” or the Miley Cyrus hit “The Climb” from “Hannah Montana: The Movie.”.

This is the sixth annual Teen Idol competition sponsored by the Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center in Los Gatos, “This is the first year where we have a pretty good geographic variety of contestants,” Schnabel-Arevalo said, For example, there are semifinalists from Gilroy, Dublin, Oakland and the Peninsula, There were just shy of 50 contestants heading into the semifinals, Schnabel-Arevalo said, The remaining pink crochet baby booties, ballerina shoe baby shower ballet slipper newborn bootees gift box photo prop first moccasins wedding Santa Clara County semifinalists include junior Ally Boles and senior Nicole Baranchuk from Westmont High School in Campbell, and freshman Sierra McKenna from Gilroy’s Christopher High School..

Monta Vista High School sophomore Sheetal Rao and Cupertino High School sophomore Pranjal Mishra are also semifinalists. San Jose students who will perform at the semifinals are Leland High School freshman Kristen Champlin, Leonard Herman Intermediate School eighth-grader Catherine Wellwood, and Willow Glen Middle School eighth-graders Ava Congleton and Trinity White. Eighth-grader Fiona Fulton-Moskowitz will represent Hillview Middle School in Menlo Park, contestant Sabrina Kazemipour is a sophomore at Sacred Heart Preparatory in Atherton and semifinalist Julia Owens is a junior at the Pinewood School in Los Altos.

East Bay semifinalist Kriya Pachipala is in the eighth grade at Thornton Junior High School in Fremont, while contestant Sophie Huang is a sophomore at Dublin High School, Junior Lyla Neely hails from the Oakland School for the Arts, The Teen Idol judges are Mix 106.5 morning radio hosts Jeff Pope and Marla Davies and Sound Management, Inc, owner Robert Hayes, It’s their job to narrow the field from 20 semifinalists to 10 finalists, pink crochet baby booties, ballerina shoe baby shower ballet slipper newborn bootees gift box photo prop first moccasins wedding Tickets for the semifinals are available at, “The cost is $20 for adults, but people who bring a canned good only pay $10,” Schnabel-Arevalo said, “Teens and seniors pay $10, but it’s $5 if they bring a canned good, Lap seating is free for children 5 and younger.”..

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