Josephine Ballerina Bear Felted Figurine, Ballet Dancer

josephine ballerina bear felted figurine, ballet dancer

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josephine ballerina bear felted figurine, ballet dancer

josephine ballerina bear felted figurine, ballet dancer josephine ballerina bear felted figurine, ballet dancer

josephine ballerina bear felted figurine, ballet dancer

Ress, Conners said, was “a tiny little thing” with big eyes and hair that smelled like strawberries. “She was so awesome. She was just wonderful,” she said. “I just can’t say enough.”. Conners, who met Ress while they were both working at a convalescent home in the 1970s and then reconnected years later when they moved into the same apartment complex, is devastated by her friend’s loss. But she said the moment the coroner was able to confirm the death, “I just knew she was up there dancing like no one was watching.”.

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Nineteen, “Big Band Christmas,” Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 N. San Pedro St., San Jose. The group Nineteen returns with its concert of holiday music done big band style. Special guest Tony Lindsay will also perform. 8 p.m. Also 2 p.m. Dec. 14. $13-$38 at Karen Gabay’s “The Nutcracker,” San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose. Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley presents Karen Gabay’s staging of the holiday classic inspired by the traditional E.T.A. Hoffmann story. Gabay was a longtime dancer with the company. The production, which premiered in 2012, features nearly 100 performers, sets by Paul Kelly and costumes by Broadway legend Theoni V. Aldredge. 1:30 and 7 p.m. Also various times Dec. 14, 19, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28. $25-$110 at or 408.288.2800.

Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival: Feb, 16-17, Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland, Premieres of internationally celebrated family-friendly films, presentations from Disney and Pixar filmmakers, hands-on animation workshops for kids and more, This year’s theme is Imagination Without Borders, $5-$32,, Violet: Feb, 16-March 17, Alcazar Theatre, 650 Geary St., San Francisco, The story of a young woman’s bus ride from North Carolina to Oklahoma to see a televangelist that Violet believes josephine ballerina bear felted figurine, ballet dancer will heal the axe scar which cuts clear across her cheek, $35-$65,

Come hear the history of this open space area and how volunteers are bringing it back on Monday, Aug. 3 at Milpitas Public Library’s auditorium, 160 N. Main St., from 7-8:30 p.m. Denis Dowling, chief executive of the Ulistac Natural Area Restoration and Education Project, is passionate and knowledgeable about the preservation of California’s natural history, and will be leading the session, which is free and open to the community. The event is made possible by Friends of the Milpitas Library. For more information, call (408) 262-1171 extension 3616.