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12 San Diego Uptown News | Dec. 9–Dec. 22, 2011


HOLIDAY GUIDE


Winter Pops will also present sensational Dreamgirl Jennifer Holliday, and Bravo Broadway leading man Hugh Panaro for a very special Valentine Romance show. The season will also feature incredible dance performances such as our Ballroom with a Twist program conceived by Dancing with the Stars’ director Louis van Amstel. Other dance shows in- clude Compaña Flamenco, Ballet Folklórico de Colombia and two special evenings with the world- acclaimed Moscow Festival Ballet! Call the Ticket Office NOW at 619.235.0804 to buy aWinter Pops “Build Your Own” series. Subscrip- tions are between $96 and $420.


Born, BedStu, Miz Mooz, Cushe, OluKai, Naya, Saucony, Keds, Sanuk, Robeez, and See Kai Run, eloS Shoes is a bit differ- ent. Valuing comfort and qual- ity over the hippest trend, there you will find classics that never go out of style. With everything from flip flops to Leather soled boots, original works of art for sale, buttery leather handbags, and rugged man bags, there is something for everyone on your holiday list. Drop in at 3404 Adams Ave., say hello, try on some shoes, or just check out the current art exhibition. eloS Shoes is always looking for local artists for their next showcase, to submit artwork for upcoming shows contact Lisa@ eloSShoes.com.


chandeliers, beautiful jewelry, accessories, hats and handbags, baby gifts, collectibles, statio- nery and much more await your arrival. Bring in or mention this ad for a special 15% discount on your entire purchase plus a 20% savings on one jewelry item. Oh, and don’t leave the shop before we give you 20% off of lunch at local restaurants. Happy Holidays and see you at the Boutique!


eloS Shoes 3404 Adams Avenue San Diego, CA. 92116 (619) 241-2201 www.eloSShoes.com facebook.com/eloSShoes Hours: Mon. - Sat. 11-8 / Sun. 12-6 There is a new shoe store


in town! eloS Shoes is a warm and inviting retail space in Normal Heights, with a focus on artistic, sustainable, and fashionable comfort for men, women, and little ones. The owner Lisa Sanger-Greshko, a long time shoe designer, wanted to take her years of experience and offer San Diego a truly unique footwear boutique. Fea- turing brands such as Clarks,


Bodytreats


2802 Juan Street. #19 San Diego, CA 92110-2751 (619) 298-0960 www.bodytreatsca.com Our popular gift boutique in


Old Town provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere where you’ll have fun shopping our full array of personal and gift items for every one on your list. This holiday season we will fea- ture our fresh handmade soaps and bodycare also available in premade gift sets and baskets. Also many spa items, candles,


Green Butterfly Florist 3401 Adams Ave – Normal Heights


(619) 546-5999 www.greenbutterflyflorist.com Green Butterfly Florist is a fam- ily-owned flower and garden shop that supports local artists, local flower farms and local plant farms. This holiday season, we offer hand- potted Container, Succulent and Terrarium Gardens as a unique gift giving option. Cut Flowers and Orchid Plants are also available. The Design Team at Green But- terfly Florist buys direct from local growers and offers our flower and plant selection on a “four-tiered” program which includes San Diego County Grown, Southern California Grown, Northern California Grown and Imported options. Green Butterfly Florist looks forward to serving your holiday needs and invites you to support your local businesses this holiday season. At Green Butterfly Florist our mission is to build personal lasting relationships with our local com- munity members. Let us be a part of those most important moments in your life when you celebrate ev- ery special occasion from holidays and birthdays with friends and family, or weddings and anniver- saries, or the birth of a new baby, to the times when you express caring feelings in times of sympathy and loss. At Green Butterfly Florist, we will strive to know you as our neighbor and our friend, not sim- ply as our client.


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