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BLACK Chunky Slippers, Womens Slippers, NON-SLIP Slippers, Real or Faux Fur Pom Pom, Ballet flats, Gift for her, Gift Wrapping, by NenaknitThose adorable wool Knit Slippers are a great gift for her.Black chunky slippers are made with a bulky high quality 25 % wool and 75% acrylic yarn, making them nice and cozy, incredibly comfy and soft, durable and easily washing. Slippers are intended to be used indoors and fit like home shoes.*NON-SLIP Slippers*Rubberized coating makes the slippers non-slippery. The coating is colorless. The slippers stay flexible with rubber coating. • MACHINE WASHING on gentle cycle 40°C Untie fur pom-poms when washing. They can easily be untied and re-adjustedLike this style of slipper but want a different size or color? Let me know! I love custom orders!Thank you for visiting.

“Aladdin”: Live theatrical version of the beloved Disney film, starring Bay Area native Adam Jacobs; presented by SHN’s Best of Broadway series; through Jan. 7; Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco; $45-$241; “A Christmas Story — The Musical”: San Francisco Playhouse presents the stage adaptation of the classic movie about a boy who wants a BB gun for Christmas; through Jan. 13; San Francisco Playhouse; $35-$100; “A Civil War Christmas”: Period musical drama by Paula Vogel and Daryl Waters, presented by Town Hall Theatre Company; Nov. 30-Dec. 16; Town Hall Theatre, Lafayette; $18-$30; 925-283-1557,

“Holiday at the Savoy”: black chunky slippers, womens slippers, non-slip slippers, real or faux fur pom pom, ballet flats, gift for her, gift wrapping, A swing-era musical, presented by Tabard Theatre Company; swing dance lessons offered half hour before performances; Dec, 1-19; Theatre on San Pedro Square, San Jose; $35-$47; 408-679-2330,, “Sister’s Christmas Catechism”: Holiday spinoff of the comedic “Late Nite Catchism” franchise; 8 p.m, Dec, 1; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $30-$60; 925-373-6800,, American Conservatory Theater’s “A Christmas Carol”: Annual production of the Dickens classic: Dec, 1-24; Geary Theater, San Francisco; $30-$115; 415-749-2228,

“Olga: A Farewell Concert”: Created by and starring Beth Wilmurt, based on Olga Sergeyevna Prozorova, the eldest of Chekhov’s “Three Sisters”; Dec. 1-10; Harry’s UpStage at Aurora Theatre Company, Berkeley; $25-$35; 510-843-8422, “The Second City’s Dysfunctional Holiday Revue”: Chicago’s fabled comedy troupe’s seasonal comedy, presented by Berkeley Repertory Theatre; Dec. 5-31; Berkeley Rep, Peet’s Theatre; $40-$60; “The Santaland Diaries”: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley presents this solo show adapted from David Sedaris’ account of working as a department store holiday elf; Dec. 5-23; Lohman Theatre, Los Altos Hills; $20-$45;

Center Repertory Company’s “A Christmas Carol”: An acclaimed annual production of the Dickens story; Dec, 7-17; Lesher Center black chunky slippers, womens slippers, non-slip slippers, real or faux fur pom pom, ballet flats, gift for her, gift wrapping, for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $28-$42; 925-943-7469,, “Reduced Shakespeare Company’s Ultimate Christmas Show (Abridged)”: 7 p.m, Dec, 7; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $25-$41;, “The Biggest Gift”: Annual family-friendly holiday show by Fantasy Forum Actors Ensemble; Dec, 14-17; Lesher Center for the Arts; $14; 925-973-7469,

“Scrooge — One Christmas Carol”: Kellan Baker assumes 34 roles in his solo rendition of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”; 7 p.m. Dec. 16; Montgomery Theater, San Jose; $39-$49; “The Little Prince”: Opera Parallèle presents Rachel Portman’s opera, based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s timeless novella. Dec. 1-3; Cowell Theater, San Francisco; $25-$75; San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus: Presents two holiday shows, “Home for the Holidays” and “Elfstravaganza,” in Berkeley, Livermore and San Francisco, $25-$99;

“Christmas in Poland and the Baltics”:  Presented by California Bach Society; Dec, 1-3 in San Francisco, Palo Alto and Berkeley; $35;, Valley Concert Chorale: “Sing-It-Yourself Messiah,” 7:30 p.m, Dec, 1 at Asbury United Methodist Church, Livermore; $12; “A Midwinter Rose,” a concert of seasonal works; Dec, 8 and 10 black chunky slippers, womens slippers, non-slip slippers, real or faux fur pom pom, ballet flats, gift for her, gift wrapping, in Livermore and Pleasanton; $10-$25;, Clerestory: Men’s vocal group presents “Night of Snow,” featuring choral traditions from Spain, France, Portugal, and the Basque country; 8 p.m, Dec, 2; St, Mark’s Episcopal Church, Berkeley; $5-$30;

“Holiday Brass”: The San Francisco Symphony’s brass players play a mixed program: Baroque works to selections from Vince Guaraldi’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” 8 p.m. Dec. 3, Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco; $15-$75; 415-864-6000; Check the Symphony website for other holiday programming, from a Merry-Achi Christmas to a live accompaniment to the film “Home Alone.”. Holidays with Cantabile: Annual performance by Bay Area youth chorus and other vocal groups; 7 p.m. Dec. 3; California Theatre, San Jose; $10-$75;

You-Sing-It “Messiah”: Hosted by San Jose Symphonic Choir; 7:30 p.m, Dec, 4; California Theatre, San Jose; $20-$25;, Voices in Harmony: The 30-member chorus performs holiday favorites; 8 p.m, Dec, 5; Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; black chunky slippers, womens slippers, non-slip slippers, real or faux fur pom pom, ballet flats, gift for her, gift wrapping, $12-$22; 925-931-4848,, Kitka: Bay Area women’s chorus presents its annual holiday show “Wintersongs,” featuring traditional Eastern European songs and spirituals; Dec, 7-17 in Santa Cruz, Palo Alto, Oakland, San Francisco and San Rafael; free-$40;

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