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Keep her dancing dreams growing with this charming hand painted canvas!Add the love of dance to your special dancer's room with this unique hand painted canvas. Painting is done in acrylic over an 8x10 or 11x14 wood supported, stretched canvas. Painting features a soft and unique distressed style creating a textured look and feel. Painting arrives complete with a beautiful 1-1/2" wide, white bow that lends dimension and adds tailoring to any wall. Bow is made from a wire-edged ribbon to help keep its form and beauty for years to come. For paintings with black, 2" black bows are used. Bow is both sewn and glued on for additional reinforcement. Available without bow if that is your preference (simply note that as your preference in the notes section while ordering.)Canvas is lightweight and may be hung with ease.Custom orders welcome! See my shop for additional colors and options. If you have something special in mind just let me know and I will do my best to create the perfect piece for your lovely dancer.Hang one or more of these enchanting paintings to bring the love of dance to life to her room.Great for gifts!Gift wrapping available upon request.Thank you for visiting Margo's Art Boutique!

Glitter Kids:  8941 San Ramon Road, Dublin. Lego Robotics, Cooking with Stars, Bollywood Dancing, Chemistry, Video Production and more. iD Tech: Five distinct programs in STEM education. Locations: Concord, Livermore, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Moraga, Palo Alto, Berkeley. Museum of Children’s Arts: Through Aug. 10, 1625 Clay St., Oakland. Innovative, hands-on arts activities for children and youth, ages 6-12. A variety of engaging projects based on weekly topics.

Newton Center: Through Aug, 22, 1528 South El Camino Real, Suite 201, San Mateo, Cultural cooking day, science and water day, campcation, art and karaoke-dance ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, dance studio art, girls blue rooms, dance gifts, dancer a day, engineering challenge and camp carnival, For incoming 1-6 grades,, Pleasant Hill Recreation and Park District Summer Camps: Preschool half-day camps, youth and teen full day camps, xtreme camp, youth and teen specialty camps and aquatics camps,, Roughing It Day Camp: Through Aug, 17, Lafayette, Campers are grouped by age/grade with activities designed for each age and ability level, Horseback riding, swimming, waterfront, reservoir and teens,

Steve & Kate’s Camp: Through late August. Locations throughout the Bay Area. Five studios: film, bread-making, coding, fashion and music. Activities: sports, specials, showcase, rubber chicken, lunge, launch pad, game show, game room, carnival, camp games, and pie throwing. Summer Camp – Code, Craft, STEM, Startup: Through July 20. Day camps combine tech, coding and craft with business concepts in a fun age-appropriate, and multi-level curriculum. Grades 3-12. Multiple Bay Area camps.

Summer ZooCamp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m, through Aug, 17, Oakland Zoo, 9777 Golf Links Road, Campers explore and discover through games and songs, creating-and-making, discovery hikes, and science activities, Plus, plenty of up-close time learning about the animals,, Summer Youth Theatre Camps: Through July 20, Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 North San pedro St., ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, dance studio art, girls blue rooms, dance gifts, dancer a San Jose, Musical theatre adventures for youth of all skill levels, Session one: ages 6 to 10; Session two: Ages 7 to 12; Session three: Ages 8 to 14, Camps run from 9 a.m.-2 p.m, Mondays through Friday, Each camp ends with a final showcase performance, Sessions 1 and 2 (one week) $275; Session 3 (two weeks) $515,

Trackers Bay: Through Aug. 24, Berkeley, Walnut Creek and Oakland. Trackers Earth introduces children to guided outdoor adventure, stories and new friends. Overnight camps offer traditional skills, team building and outdoor leadership. Age 4 through grade 12. Urban Adventure Camps: Local travel camps for ages 8-15. Each program is designed around a specific subject that campers focus on throughout the week. Topics include: history, physical science, technology, biology, natural science and art.

The big news of this year’s Berkeley Festival and Exhibition isn’t who’s coming, It’s who’s leaving, Robert Cole, who founded the biennial early music festival in 1990, has announced that this will be his final season as executive director, “It’s time,” Cole, a longtime Berkeley resident, said in a recent conversation, “I’ve been doing it for almost 30 years, and I just think it’s time for someone younger to take it over and move it forward.”, Cole has been essential in Bay Area musical life, A brilliant impresario, he was director of Cal Performances from 1986-2009, years that saw the UC Berkeley-based presenting organization bring such starry international acts as mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli, choreographers Pina Bausch and Merce Cunningham and the Mark Morris Dance ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, dance studio art, girls blue rooms, dance gifts, dancer a Group to the Bay Area, He also played a pivotal role in launching the Green Music Center in Sonoma, which opened in 2012..

His work with the Berkeley Festival has been just as remarkable. During his tenure, he’s presented world-renowned acts such as Musica Antiqua Köln, Vox Luminis, Jordi Savall and Il Giardino Armonico, as well as the French equestrian ballet “Le Carrousel du Roi” and the unforgettable Mark Morris production of Rameau’s comic opera, “Platée.”. Cole’s going out in customary style. This year’s festival, running June 3-11 in venues on and around the UC Berkeley campus, features dozens of headline performances. Top acts include the festival debut of Sequentia, directed by Benjamin Bagby in a program of medieval music; two concerts by Vox Luminis; appearances by the Dark Horse Consort and the Cantata Collective with soprano Sherezade Panthaki. Rounding out the calendar are more than 70 “Fringe Festival” acts and the Festival “Exhibition and Marketplace,” featuring publishers, instrument makers, scholars, retail and performing organization reps.

Cole has also programmed local early music specialists in intriguing combinations, The Berkeley-based Voices of Music will partner with the San Francisco Girls Chorus in a concert production of Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas.” Several events feature new music for old instruments, “It’s stretching early music beyond the Baroque,” Cole said, “based on the idea that everything is not about when the music was written, It’s about how it’s played.” Highlights include tenor Nicholas Phan with artists from ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, dance studio art, girls blue rooms, dance gifts, dancer a the Valley of the Moon Festival, performing works by Schubert and Schumann; and an event focusing on Debussy piano music “played on an instrument like the one Debussy played at the start of the 20th century,” Cole said..

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