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necklace made with a chain, charm dance slippers and support cabochon, silver metal, adorned with a resin cabochon depicting a ballet shoes and a red faceted beaddimensions: support of cabochon: 3.7 cm in diameter, cabochon: 25 mm in diameterthe decorative part (Pearl, support of cabochon charm) measures 8 cm long

Although I know he is trying his best, Gary Busey just doesn’t have the dance ability to last in the competition, no matter how hard partner Anna Trebunskaya tries. She usually leads around the dance floor and the “Adams Family” theme provided just enough costume creativity to prevent a disaster. At the very bottom of the leaderboard, Paula and Louis just couldn’t bring a samba to life, even with the “Gilligan’s Island” theme song playing and Dawn Wells, aka Mary Ann, in the audience. Paula seems to get so nervous and scared that she just can’t focus and forgets the routine.

There was no word what next week will bring, but Tom announced that viewers should go on Twitter and decide which celebs to mix up with which pros for two weeks from tonight for a repeat of the “Switcheroo.” Whee, See you next week — keep dancing, Celebs and partners, Nick and Sharna: Carrie Ann, 9; Alfonzo, 9; Julianne, 9; Bruno, 9 = 36 out of 40, Alexa and Mark: 9; 9; 9; 9 = 36, Tamar and Val: 8; 9; 8; 8 =33, Alek and Lindsay: 8; 8; 9; 8 = 33, Bindi and Derek: 8; 8; necklace "ballet shoes" 8; 8 = 32..

Music, dance, storytelling and other aspects of Native American culture will be on display at the annual Gathering of the Ohlone Peoples scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont. Activities will include demonstrations of basketry, jewelry, soaproot brush and string making. You can try your hand at making a fire without matches or fashioning a miniature tule boat. Native plant teas, manzanita cider and acorn soup will be available for tasting. The park’s 2,000-year-old village site will be open for tours, too. Parent participation is required.

Coyote Hills is located at 8000 Patterson Ranch Road off Paseo Padre Parkway, There’s a parking fee of $5 per vehicle, but the gathering is free of charge, For information, call 510-544-3220, Fremont, Sunol: There’s a choice between two easy hikes Saturday in the park district’s Healthy Parks, Healthy People series, The hikes encourage families to get out together for fresh air necklace "ballet shoes" and mild exercise, They’re free of charge, One is from 10 to 11:30 a.m, at Coyote Hills, led by naturalist Dino Labiste, It’s a leisurely stroll along marsh and bay trails, with a short section over the hills, Meet at the park visitor center at the end of Patterson Ranch Road..

The other activity is a fall family fun hike from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at Sunol Regional Wilderness on Geary Road 5 miles south of Sunol. That one’s an easy loop on the Indian Joe Nature Trail. Meet at the Old Green Barn Visitor Center. For information, call 510-544-3243. Parental participation is required for either hike. Alameda: Shorebirds and ducks on the bay will be the focus of Family Nature Fun hour from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Crab Cove Visitor Center in Alameda. The visitor center staff will have binoculars available to loan, so you can get a close-up view of our feathered friends. Afterward, it’s fish feeding time from 3 to 3:30 p.m. at the center’s large aquarium. Crab Cove is at 1252 McKay Ave. off Central Avenue in Alameda. For information, call 510-544-3187.

Berkeley: At the Tilden Nature Area near Berkeley, there’s a natural history scavenger hunt from 11 a.m, to noon Sunday led by naturalist Anthony Fisher, Anthony will talk about local animal scavengers then lead a short hike matching pictures to animal signs, In the last column I noted that the annual tarantula mating season is now under way, Well, Tilden Nature Area is marking the occasion with a spider time program from 2 to 3:30 p.m, Sunday, Anthony will show slides and then lead a necklace "ballet shoes" walk in search of spiders in the wild, You may not see a tarantula, but there are plenty of other kinds of eight-leggers around..

For either the scavenger or spider program, meet at Tilden’s Environmental Education Center, which is at the north end of Central Park Drive. Call 510-544-2233 for information. Not to be outdone, Sunol Regional Wilderness plans a tarantula open house Oct. 10-11. More on that one next time. Antioch: Dogs and their owners will enjoy a sunset dog walk from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve in Antioch, led by naturalist Kevin Dixon. Meet Kevin at the uppermost parking lot on Somersville Road, 3½ miles south of Highway 4. The group will walk to the ridgetop while Kevin talks about the park’s natural and cultural history.

The hike is for ages 9 and older, Black Diamond Mines has a parking fee of $5 and a dog fee of $2, For information call 888-327-2757, ext, 2750, Oakley: Dragonflies will be the necklace "ballet shoes" stars of a program from 2 to 3 p.m, Saturday at Big Break Regional Shoreline in Oakley, The interpretive staff will talk about the life cycle of the insects and maybe find some in the wild, Then from 2 to 3 p.m, Sunday, the naturalists will host a program on the impact of the Delta environment on the plants, animals and people who live there, Big Break is at 69 Big Break Road off Main Street, For information, call 888-327-2757, ext, 3050..

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