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Personalized Ballerina Necklace: This thoughtful gift consists of a sterling silver ballet shoe charm, a sterling silver heavy gauge disc hand stamped with her initial (4 font choices to choose from) and a 6mm channel-set Swarovski crystal in any of the 12 colors -OR- a 5mm round real freshwater pearl. The charms hang from a sterling silver chain.The gorgeous ballet shoe charm is so realistic. It is completely 3D and 1/2" long.This necklace will be placed on a cute ballerina themed necklace card and then tucked inside a lovely gift bag. Perfect for gift giving. .....................................................S I Z I N G . G U I D E 1-7 Years: 14"8+: 16"Adults: 16" or 18".....................................................Please supervise young children while they are wearing jewelry. This charm could pose a choking hazard for children that still put things in their mouths.

Oshman Family JCC. “Ballerina: A One-Woman Play.” 8 p.m. Aug. 30. Former George Balanchine prima ballerina Stephanie Herman. Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $15-$25. San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. “Hamlet.” Aug. 26, 27. Featuring Nathaniel Andalis, Rolf Saxon, Leontyne Mbele-Mbong, Sharon Huff, Julian Lopez-Morillas, Kieran Beccia, Sydney Schwindt, Maryssa Wanlass, Melissa Quine, Radhika Rao, Charlie Lavaroni and Natalie Ayala. Sequoia High School, 1201 Brewster Ave., Redwood City. Free. or 415-558-0888.

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, “Constellations.” Through Sept, 17, By Nick Payne, Directed by Robert Kelley, Featuring Robert Gilbert and Carie Kawa, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 ballet ballerina necklace - first dance recital - dancer necklace - ballet shoe necklace - personalized ballerina gift - dance t Castro St., Mountain View, $40-$100 (discounts available), or 650-463-1960, Los Altos Stage Company, “The Crucible.” Sept, 7 through Oct, 1, By Arthur Miller, Directed by Jeffrey Lo, Features Joe Antonicelli, Nicole Apostol Bruno, Michael Champlin, Jeff Clarke, Carolyn Compton, Mat Espinosa, Marjorie Hazeltine, Alexandra Ho, Leslie Ivy, Gary Landis, Maria G, Marquis, Shareen Merriam, Brittany Pisoni, Roneet Aliza Rahamim, Neiry Rojo, Ellie Schwartz, Max Tachis, Damian Vega and Cameron Wells, Bus Barn Theatre, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos, $18-$38, or 650-941-0551..

Pear Theatre. “In the Next Room, or, the Vibrator Play.” Sept. 7 through Oct. 1. By Sarah Ruhl. Directed by Caroline Clark. Featuring April Culver, Bradley Satterwhite, Ellen Dunphy, Troy Johnson, Stephanie Crowley, Damaris Divito and James Lewis. Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View. $10-$35 (discounts available). or 650-254-1148. Palo Alto Players. “Million Dollar Quartet.” Sept. 16 through Oct. 1. Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux. Inspired by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. or 650-329-0891.

Palo Alto Players Staged Reading Companion Series, “Give It All Back.” Sept, 27, By Calamity West, Companion reading to “Million Dollar Quartet.” Free, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, or 650-329-0891, Peninsula Youth Theatre, “She Kills Monsters.” 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m, Sept, 23, By Qui Nguyen, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Second Stage, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $17, or 650-903-6000, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, “The Prince of Egypt.” Oct, 6 through Nov, 5, Co-world premiere (in collaboration with Fredericia Teater in Denmark, where it will be staged in 2018) musical about Moses and Ramses, Score and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, book by Philip LaZebnik, Directed by Scott Schwartz, Featuring Diluckshan ballet ballerina necklace - first dance recital - dancer necklace - ballet shoe necklace - personalized ballerina gift - dance t Jeyaratnam and Jason Gotay, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts500 Castro St., Mountain View, $40-$100 (discounts available), or 650-463-1960..

Thaddeus Campbell, CEO of Silicon Valley Pride’s board of directors, expressed a dream in 2014 that Silicon Valley Pride would become the most tech-centered LGBT festival in the country. Figuring that the big valley companies all had large LGBT communities among their employees, he said, “We need to get those corporations on board and fly their flags at this festival.”. Related ArticlesSilicon Valley Pride Parade: San Jose street closures this weekendFast forward to this weekend’s event in downtown San Jose, and that dream looks much more like a reality. Among the valley companies participating in the festival or Sunday’s parade are Nvidia, Amazon, VMware, Logitech and BAE Systems. And that’s not even counting non-tech firms like lead sponsor Delta Airlines or Kaiser Permanente, El Camino Hospital, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young.

And Los Gatos-based Netflix is doing something pretty cool, hosting a mixer and a private screening of “Disjointed,” the new Netflix pot comedy starring Kathy Bates, at Forager in downtown San Jose at 6 p.m, Thursday, The ballet ballerina necklace - first dance recital - dancer necklace - ballet shoe necklace - personalized ballerina gift - dance t series doesn’t start streaming on the service until Friday, so Silicon Valley Pride is getting an early look, RSVP at, This year’s festivities kick off in full Saturday night at 6 p.m, at Plaza de Cesar Chavez with the “Heroes vs, Villains”-themed Night Fest, featuring DJs spinning dance tunes into the night, On Sunday, things get started with the 10 a.m, parade along Market Street, heading south from St, John Street to Plaza de Cesar Chavez, The festival opens following the parade, with live bands, dancers and artists, You can check out the lineup of headliners at entertainment, Tickets can be purchased at the gate each day for $5 cash or $6 with a credit card..

TALKING ABOUT GOOGLE AND SAN JOSE: A community town hall — organized by the South Bay Labor Council, Working Partnerships USA, Somos Mayfair, Silicon Valley De-Bug and others — to discuss the possible impacts of Google’s potential San Jose development is taking place Thursday at the Mexican Heritage Plaza. The town hall, said to be the first in a series, will consist of a “learn-in” — with the updates on plans to develop the Diridon Station area — along with breakout sessions and a larger discussion on a vision to address issues like affordable housing and access to jobs and education. it begins at 6 p.m. at 1700 Alum Rock Ave.

COOL CARS AND MORE: There’ll be plenty of hot rods, lowriders and classic cars out Friday night at the second annual “Almaden Graffiti” — that, of course is ballet ballerina necklace - first dance recital - dancer necklace - ballet shoe necklace - personalized ballerina gift - dance t a spin on George Lucas’ 1973 classic peon to cruising, “American Graffiti” — San Jose’s Almaden Lake Park, The family-friendly show-and-shine in the park’s westside parking lot gets started at 6 p.m, It’s free to attend, and there’ll be food trucks and music, too, LISTEN UP: The Jazz Mechanics — a trio consisting of pianist Daniel Fillip, drummer Michael Brilliot and bassist Doug Pohorski — doesn’t venture out of downtown San Jose too often, but they’re playing Friday night at Tessora’s in downtown Campbell, The wine bar has put together a nice lineup of folk, blues and jazz lately, Check ’em out starting at 8 p.m..

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