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I upcycled this adorable little wooden jewelry box painted white with pink borders and a pair of be-ribboned pink ballet shoes by giving it a floral pink craft border on all 4 sides and then decoupaging a little girl and hearts and flowers onto the cover. It's hinged and opens to reveal a mirror on the inside box cover. It's clearly intended to be a child's jewelry box. It has a pink felt lining, a compartment for rings and 2 more compartments for charms, bracelets, pins and pendants. This sweet jewelry box is 2 and 1/4" high, 5 and 1/2 " wide and 5 and 1/2" deep. It's in GOOD condition with NORMAL signs of wear, but NO DAMAGE. Pink Felt lining is in GOOD condition - NO Stains, but minor signs of wear.

Details: 8 p.m.Sept. 23 and 3 p.m. Sept. 24; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $30–$68; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org. San Francisco Trolley Dances: Presented by Epiphany Dance Theater, Trolley Dances is the most delectable moveable dance feast of the season. Using the city as both a backdrop and unpredictable character, the peripatetic event ushers many of the Bay Area’s top dance companies off the stage and onto the street. This year’s route travels along the N-Judah line from the California Institute of Integral Studies’ South of Market campus to Kezar Triangle in Golden Gate Park with site-specific performances by Chaksam-Pa Tibetan Dance and Opera Company, Embodiment Project, Hope Mohr Dance, little seismic dance company, Maze Daiko and others.

Details: Oct, 21-22; California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco; free; epiphanydance.org, AXIS Dance Company, “Onward and Upward”: Celebrating 30 years at the Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Axis, the country’s upcycled pink & white child's wood jewelry box - little girl / hearts / flowers / ballet shoes leading physically integrated dance company starts a new era with recently hired artistic director Marc Brew by premiering “Radical Impact,” the choreographer’s collaboration with JooWan Kim and his Oakland hip-hop orchestra Ensemble Mik Nawooj, The home season performances also feature a reprise Amy Seiwert’s acclaimed “The Reflective Surface,” and Stephen Petronio’s 2001 “Secret Ponies” performed here by the original cast..

Details: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26-29; Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Oakland; $20-$30; www.axisdance.org. Wendy Whelan, Brian Brooks and Brooklyn Rider: Like Mikhail Baryshnikov, Wendy Whelan’s post pointe-shoe career is turning out to be as interesting as her incandescent career with the New York City Ballet. SF Performances presents her collaboration with dancer-choreographer Brian Brooks to reprise their duet “First Fall” as part of the larger piece “Some of a Thousand Words.” The evening features a live score by the adventurous string quartet Brooklyn Rider playing works by John Luther Adams, Tyondai Braxton, Philip Glass, and a new piece by the Rider violinist Colin Jacobsen.

SAN JOSE — Reclining casually in a loveseat at The Hub — Santa Clara County’s drop-in center for foster youth — Tony Mora, 23, talks of growing up hostile, with little to care about and something to prove, He was in and out of juvenile hall and jail despite a caring foster home and, in a tale that’s common to many of the hundreds served at the “by us, upcycled pink & white child's wood jewelry box - little girl / hearts / flowers / ballet shoes for us” one-stop services shop, it was The Hub that turned his life around, And, like his cohorts at the home-away-from-home, Mora’s elated about the news that the county is upgrading their digs, with supervisors unanimously approving the purchase of a permanent center on Parkmoor Avenue near San Jose City College..

“You should have seen some of them, they were doing the happy dance!” said Briana Saldivar, 25, a youth engagement specialist and former foster kid who was one of the founding members of The Hub when it opened in 2011. “They would ask about the parking lot, the bushes — ‘Is it ours?’ And I said it was, and we can do the things we want to do with it.”. Supervisor Cindy Chavez, who proposed buying the new space, said that’s the spirit that The Hub was founded on. “These were kids with a high level of need and a low level of social support,” she said. “When I was elected I went down there to see The Hub, and it was a good thing, with young people there all very open with what their problems were, what they needed. And that was nothing fancy — they just wanted a fridge. It took them forever to get a sink and a stove.”.

Chavez said that once they started talking about it, “they realized the space wasn’t really designed for them” and the county has been working to locate a site more ideal for a youth center, The new center, purchased for $6 million earlier this month, will be part of a 22,000-square-foot, four building complex at the intersection of Parkmoor and Meridian avenues, In upcycled pink & white child's wood jewelry box - little girl / hearts / flowers / ballet shoes addition to more recreation and hangout space for kids, the campus will have classrooms and office space for the support staff for all aspects of The Hub as well as the county’s Independent Living Program..

It’s better suited than the current location on N. King Road both for freeway access and public transit routes. The triangular 1.6 acre parcel includes about 80 parking spaces. Currently 8,400 square feet is empty, with another 4,000 square feet expected to be vacated by mid-2018. Officials don’t expect to have all King Road components transferred to the new center until 2019 although some services could be phased over before then. Saldivar said the kids want a place that looks less like a government center and more like a home and while the new place is a late 1970s office park, it’s got more potential for that than the current leased space.

“The great thing about this is that we get to start from scratch,” Chavez said, “We can do more, The Hub is a safe place, this will be a better safe place, with caring adults for vulnerable kids who might not have caring adults around.”, Just as important as adults, said Hub youth engagement specialist Christina Anaya, are the peers, She was a chronic runaway when she was upcycled pink & white child's wood jewelry box - little girl / hearts / flowers / ballet shoes in the foster system, going through several homes, and found solace at the old county children’s shelter on Roberts Avenue in San Jose that operated in the 1980s..

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