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Ballet shoe floral blanket done in black an white stripes with the slipper silhouette in watercolor flowers.--->FABRIC<----Plush, soft and cozy fleece. Back side done in white. --->SIZE<---50"x60" or 60"x80"--->PROCESS<---I create the designs for the fabrics in my shop. After you place an order with me, your design is printed using sub dye technology. This is similar to the same process as the fabric you purchase in a fabric store. After printing, the fabric is cut and sewn. Please add name to be used to notes to seller section when checking out.--->SHIPPING AND PROCESSING TIME<---Please allow 1- 2 weeks for your blanket to be made and an additional 2-3 days for shipping. All designs and print rights belong to HLB Home Designs.Enter Shop Here:

Ballet Folklorico de Mexico: The troupe brings the costumes, music and dances of Mexican folklore to life. Oct. 28, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio. $37-$61.,408-924-8501. Macbeth: Bellarmine College Preparatory presents Shakespeare’s Scottish play. Oct. 26-27, Nov. 1-3 at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. Sobrato Center for Humanities and the Arts, 960 W. Hedding St. Symphony Silicon Valley: Carlos Vieu conducts a program of Debussy and Strauss, featuring soprano Daniela Taberenig and the Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale. Oct.  27 at 8 p.m., Oct. 28 at 2:30 p.m. California Theatre, 355 S. First St. $50-$94. 408-286-2600,

Wizard of Oz: Lyric Theatre stages the classic musical, Through Oct, 28, San Jose City College Theater, 2100 Moorpark Ave, $12-$34,,, 408-986-1455, The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Music Hall Royale presents the musical based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel, Through Nov, 11, 3Below Theaters & Lounge, 288 S, Second St. $36-$54,, 408-404-7711, ICA Art Auction Exhibition: Featuring nearly 200 works by local, national and international contemporary artists in a variety of media, Live auction gala Oct, 27, 5 p.m, San Jose ballet slipper blanket, gifts for girls, gifts for teens, gifts for dancers, ballerina 50"x60", 60"x80", wat Institute of Contemporary Art, 560 S, First St, 408-283-8155,

Financial Wellness Group: Share information about financial wellness and investing. Some of us are newbies and some of us have years of experience. For more information about meetings, email, Willow Glen Lions: The Lions meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month in support of brain injury programs, Santa Maria urban ministry, Second Harvest Food Bank, Teen Challenge, and other programs. Denny’s, 1140 Hillsdale Ave., San Jose. For more information, contact Dave Parkinson at or 408-998-2139.

Pancake Breakfast: The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary hosts a breakfast fundraiser benefiting veterans and their families and scholarships for local students, Breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, bacon, fruit, coffee/tea and juice, First Sunday of the month, 8:30-11 a.m. American Legion Veteran’s Hall Post 318, 1504 Minnesota Ave., San Jose, Suggested donation $6/$5 students and active duty military, Voices in ballet slipper blanket, gifts for girls, gifts for teens, gifts for dancers, ballerina 50"x60", 60"x80", wat Harmony: The men’s chorus is seeking new members, Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. Comunidad Cristiana, 1748 Junction Ave., San Jose.

T.O.P.S. Meeting: Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a support group for weight loss. Thursdays. 9:30-11 a.m. The Church of God, 937 Minnesota Ave., San Jose. Contact Daniel Kionka, 408-486-2357, or Katy Haselden, 408-335-3110. Sons in Retirement: Retired men’s luncheon club features fellowship and guest speakers. Meets the third Tuesday of the month. Elks Lodge, 444 Alma St., San Jose. For more information, contact Rich Peterson at Square Dance Class: The Committee to Promote Square Dancing hosts classes for singles and couples. Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Camden Community Center, 3369 Union Ave., San Jose. First three nights free, $5/class thereafter. Call Jackie at 408-663-1477.

Ballroom Dancing: Ballroom dancers of all ages are welcome, Mondays, 7-9 p.m. DJs and bands provide the music, Air conditioning, wood floor, light refreshments and convenient parking, $6 per person, Camden Community Center, 3369 ballet slipper blanket, gifts for girls, gifts for teens, gifts for dancers, ballerina 50"x60", 60"x80", wat Union Ave., San Jose. 408-559-6209, Military Officers Association of America: The Silicon Valley chapter holds a luncheon meeting on the third Thursday of the month., 408-245-2217, Submit a listing by emailing information about your event to, Deadline is noon, two weeks prior to Friday’s publication..

DEAR AMY: When I was 18, a friend of my father’s, who I knew through a community group, asked to meet me for coffee. After coffee, he put his young daughter in their car and then sat with me in my car for a few minutes, holding my hand and telling me how he had been thinking of me over the last couple years, while he was going through his divorce. He ended this statement by kissing me. I fled as soon as I was able to, and never said anything about it to anyone. Related ArticlesAsk Amy: This odd babysitting arrangement is making things awkwardAsk Amy: I thought I could count on my friends. Now I know I can’t.Ask Amy: We found out our college girl has an inappropriate boyfriendAsk Amy: He forgot our monthiversary, and I’m still hurtAsk Amy: I Googled my supervisor, and now I’m worriedI believe I initially feared my (single) father would be angry with me, and I would get in trouble. I left for college the next month and received one or two emails/voicemails from this man, which I ignored.

I don’t like that this happened to me, but I wasn’t ballet slipper blanket, gifts for girls, gifts for teens, gifts for dancers, ballerina 50"x60", 60"x80", wat scarred by it and haven’t really been carrying it around with me for the last 15-plus years, In light of the current political climate and public discourse, however, I find myself wondering if I should disclose it to my (conservative) father, I’m not sure what I’d expect or want my father’s reaction to be, What do you think?, DEAR WONDERING: I think you are wondering about confronting the wrong person, You don’t need to convince yourself that you were victimized, and you don’t need to invent a scar where none exists — but you’ve obviously thought about this off and on for 15 years, and it seems that you want to push back — as an adult — the way you couldn’t as a teen, Fleeing the scene, 15 years ago, was the natural, normal and appropriate response, Facing it is the right choice for you now..

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