Quik Pik Flowers & Gifts
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Quik Pik Flowers & Gifts
2-7425 Vedder Rd
Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!
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Mar 29, 2019
Chilliwack Tulip Festival set to brighten the Lower Mainland - Delta-Optimist
Western Canada returns this spring to brighten the Fraser Valley with vibrant blooms.
Formerly known as Tulips of the Valley, the Chilliwack Tulip Festival welcomes thousands of visitors to marvel at more than 6.5 million beautiful bulbs.
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Beginning April 10, the first two weeks of the festival will feature 10 varieties of hyacinths and 17 varieties of daffodils, and include one-of-a-kind, handmade floral mosaics. From the second weekend forward, an awe-inspiring 30 varieties of tulips will be in bloom.
In addition, the lovely flowers have been planted in extra wide rows for easy viewing and convenient photo opportunities.
Other family-friendly attractions include:
The Rotary Train (weekends only)
Weekend food trucks (including fresh authentic Dutch “stroop” waffles)
A something-for-everyone flower-themed gift shop
“Tulips of the Valley has been a labour of love for me and my family since we started growing tulips decades ago,” says Kate Onos-Gilbert.
“Although we’ve changed its name this year, returning visitors will ... Apr 22, 2016
Plant sale aids Sardis DoorWay
April 26. Pick-up dates are May 4 (from to 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.) and May 5 (from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.), in time for Mother's Day on May 8.
Operating in Chilliwack since 1987, Sardis DoorWay for Mothers and Children is a registered non-profit Christian organization where volunteers support single and high-risk mothers and their preschool children.
For mothers, the range of programs offered include educational classes and crisis counselling. Children have access to literacy-rich, play-based childcare.
Funds raised from the plant sale will help Sardis DoorWay continue to provide quality programming for the 36 families who are currently in the program, as well as to offer services for the more than 25 families on their wait list.
To order plants or to learn more about the organization, visit sardisdoorway.com. Call 604-819-6556 for further information.
(Chilliwack Progress)Feb 3, 2016
Fresh ideas at Did I Mention Flowers?
Dave Algers brings 40 years of floral experience to Did I Mention Flowers, which recently opened in downtown Chilliwack.
— image credit: Sam Bates
Did I Mention Flowers has opened up on Mill Street, offering a fresh look at florals.
After 40 years in the floral industry, head designer Dave Alger has seen and arranged it all. But he decided right from the beginning that he would be a leader rather than a follower with his designs.
"You need to keep it interesting, and you need to keep it fresh and alive," he said.
Fresh is certainly the perfect way to describe this shop. You can feel it in the air, and catch its scent from the moment you walk in. The displays of flowers over the signature antique pianos and reclaimed furniture pieces are constantly changing. Each of the expertly sculpted floral arrangements, even down to the vases that contain them, are intricate and unique.
Growing up in Sidney B.C., Dave first became interested in florals as a youth. "I'd go out into the woods and pick whatever I could find, for church displays," he said. His interest carried him to the shop window of a lo... (Chilliwack Progress)Jan 8, 2016
Here's what made the news in the second half of 2015
The record-breaking warm weather in Chilliwack continued to make headlines through the long, hot summer. The heat was blistering at times, and the town suffered through “easily the hottest June in Chilliwack in over 120 years,” according to volunteer weather observer Roger Pannett. Temperatures were hovering at about four degrees above normal. It was also the driest June, with a paltry 8.5 mm of rain, since last time it set a record low in 1965 of only 12 mm of rain, he said.
The city added $1 million to the road rehab budget for 2015, and that meant thousands of extra tonnes of hot mix asphalt were ready to go down. The 2015 Asphalt Rehabilitation and Shoulder Paving tender went to GTB Construction for $2.138 million after a council vote in May. That’s almost a million more than the year before. Roads getting fresh blacktop: Lindell, Edward, Ryder Lake, Sumas Prairie, Thornton, Airport, Yale, Young, First, Bailey and Luckakuck.
An air quality advisory issued for Metro Vancouver was extended to the Fraser Valley in ear... (Chilliwack Progress)Jan 8, 2016
Lower Mainland homicide investigators busy in 2015
Mainland homicide investigators.
Sixty people were murdered or died under suspicious circumstances in 2015 in the region stretching from Whistler to Chilliwack, according to data compiled by The Vancouver Sun.
The violence started early in the year when gangster Arundeep Cheema was gunned down in the driveway of an associate in North Delta. Like many other gang cases, his murder remains unsolved.
“It remains an active investigation but there have been no arrests at this time,” Delta Police Acting Sgt. Sarah Swallow said Wednesday.
The region’s largest murder squad — the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team — opened 39 files in 2015, with the number of confirmed victims or suspicious deaths totalling 43.
IHIT’s Sgt. Stephanie Ashton said not all of the cases have been made public.
“In some cases these files are not confirmed homicides or didn’t require public notice,” she said.
Vancouver Police had 15 victims of homicide in 2015, the highest number since 2011. There were just nine murders in the city in 2014, six in 2013 and eight in 2012, Const. Brian Montague said.
Charges have been recommended or laid in 10 of the 2015 deaths, Montague said.
VPD’s unsolved cases from the year include the fatal stabbing of Scott Singh, 24, and Tony Pelletier, 37, at the West Hotel on March 14 and th... (Vancouver Sun)Dec 30, 2015
BC farmers earn extra dollars in off-season staging weddings — until ...
Fantasy Farms — a longtime agri-tourism attraction and festival ground in Chilliwack — will be returning deposits for at least eight weddings after owner Gary Moran was unable to navigate the permits and licenses required by the city and the Agricultural Land Commission.
“Dozens and dozens of weddings are being cancelled, from Nanaimo to Creston,” said Moran.
The loss of wedding business will be a serious blow to Moran, who has no farm income from the end of October to the beginning of September once his garlic and pumpkin crops are done for the season.
“We saw it as a way to add some summer income, and I was overwhelmed by the demand,” he said. “It promotes agri-tourism and does nothing to the land. I still use 99.9 per cent of my farm for crops.”
Rich Kramp, owner of Shelby’s Pond, decided to stop booking weddings than continue to fight with the land commission.
“We got shut down in April,” said Kramp. “We had several weddings booked for the summer and we did honour those, so we didn’t ruin the couples’ day.”
Kramp has been hosting weddings and other celebrations since 1994, at first informally, then to augment the income from his mixed-use farm business.
“Farmers are finding... (National Post)
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