Toe Warmer Ballet Slippers - Adult Sizes - On Sale

Toe Warmer slippers - a great way to warm up those cold toes! These simple yet adorable ballet style crochet slippers have a pocket over the toes that holds a rice warmer. Simply pop the rice warmer in the microwave for 15 seconds or so, slide it in the pocket on the slippers, and you have instant warm toes! The double layer, quilted sole provides a cushy, insulated barrier to chilly floors and holds all the warmth in where its needed. Available with or without the flower embellishment and contrasting stitching. Please include your preference in the note to seller when completing your purchase.The slipper color and the flower color are completely customizable - so choose your favorite color combinations for no additional charge.

Dance-Along Nutcracker: You can strut your stuff with the performers in the silly “Nutcrackers of the Caribbean”; Dec. 9-10; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $18-$30; San Francisco Ballet: Presents Helgi Tomasson’s adaptation is one of the most heralded “Nutcrackers” in the country; Dec. 13-30; War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $25-$445; 415-865-2000, “The Hard Nut”: This acclaimed “Nutcracker” parody is presented by Mark Morris Dance Group; presented by Cal Performances; Dec. 15-24; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $40-$135; 510-642-9988,

Berkeley Ballet Theater: The company’s “Nutcracker” is a long-running family-friendly production; Dec, 15-17; Holy Names University’s Regents’ Theatre, Oakland; $35;, Berkeley City Ballet: The long-running “Nutcracker” production matches students with some professionals; 1 and 5 p.m, Dec, 16-17; Ohlone College’s Smith Center, Fremont; $30; toe warmer ballet slippers - adult sizes 510-659-6031;, Symphony Silicon Valley: The orchestra delivers “The Nutcracker” with the Ballet Stars of Moscow Company; Dec, 15-24; San Jose Center for the Performing Arts; $45-$90; 408-286-2600,

Moscow Ballet: The esteemed company presents “Great Russian Nutcracker,” featuring a large Russian cast; 3 and 7 p.m. Dec. 17; Flint Center, Cupertino; $30-91; 3 Oakland Winter Live: A wide variety of cutting-edge dancers, musicians, videographers, filmmakers and performance artists join forces in this two-day festival of the kind of works you won’t find anywhere else. Emceed by East Bay comedian Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, the event includes Tony Miambo performing a racism-themed work inspired by Kafka’s short story “Red Peter” (about a gorilla who learns to act like a human); an immersive music/video improvisation titled “Terminal Beach Video Savant,” featuring several Bay Area artists; and “Buscarte,” a site-specific art/movement work by Nakadance.

Details: 7 p.m, Friday and Saturday; Oakland Asian Cultural Center; $17-$26;, 4 “Christmas Carols”: Dickens’ tale of a lonely man’s evolution from terrifying tightwad to total Teddy bear never fails to get me, There are two long-running and terrific annual productions in toe warmer ballet slippers - adult sizes the Bay Area, at American Conservatory Theater (through Dec, 24; Geary Theater, San Francisco; $30-$115; 415-749-2228, and at Center Repertory Company (today through Dec, 17; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $28-$42; 925-943-7469,

Meanwhile, if you’re the sort who’d rather have his fingernails extracted by an inebriated sloth with rusty tweezers than see another earnest production of Dickens’ classic, perhaps you should head to Mountain View’s Pear Theatre, which is presenting James Kopp’s new comedy,  “The Millionth Production of a Christmas Carol.” It’s about a high-falutin theat-uh troupe staging “A Christmas Carol” just for the ducats, when something happens …  (through Dec. 17; $15-$35; 650-254-1148,

5 December People: This toe warmer ballet slippers - adult sizes Bay Area supergroup featuring members of Boston, the Greg Kihn Band, The Tubes and other outfits assembles every holiday season to deliver good cheer and family-friendly classic rock concerts, God bless them, every one, Music fans are asked to bring a canned-food item to benefit area good banks, Details: 7:30 p.m, Saturday at Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz; 8 p.m, Dec, 14 at Heritage Theatre, Campbell; 8 p.m, Dec, 15-16 at Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; $28-$40;

For the 22nd year, St. Joseph’s Cathedral in San Jose will host the “Season of Hope,” 12 days of free concerts Dec. 12-23. Each night features a different group in concert from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the magnificent cathedral building, which opened in 1877 and was fully restored in the late 1980s. The arts and community groups donate their time. Concerts are free, but contributions to support the church’s food, shelter, medical care and job search programs are welcome. This year’s lineup of multicultural performances.

Dec, 12: Inner Light Ministries Black Gospel (David Wells, director), Dec, 13: Castillero Middle School (Scott Krijnen, music director, and Michelle Crivello, dance director), Dec, 14: Ballet Folklórico Guerres’s de Guadalupe (Yadira Gurreo-Garcia, director), Dec, 15: San Jose Youth Symphony (Yair Samet, conductor), Dec, 16: California Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (Byung Kim, toe warmer ballet slippers - adult sizes conductor), Dec, 17: San Jose State University Choraliers (Jeffrey Benson, conductor), Dec, 18: San Jose Symphonic Choir (Leroy Kromm, conductor)..

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