Florists in Concord, CA
Find local Concord, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Concord and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Concord Flower Shops
1924 Grand St Ste 11
Concord, CA 94519
Concord CA News
Oct 12, 2018
Tropical Storm Florence: Couple reschedules wedding due to storm, donates flowers to cancer patients
CONCORD, N.C. - A North Carolina couple whose wedding was rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence have made sure their flowers won't go to waste.
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The couple, along with their florist, donated the floral arrangements to patients at Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute in Concord, WSOC reported.
As each patient finished their chemotherapy or infusion treatment, they were given their pick of the arrangements.
"Anytime anyone does anything nice for someone who's going through cancer, it's wonderful," said patient Patricia Riser. "And flowers, of course, are just great. And everybody, everybody loves flowers, and I love flowers, too."
Riser sent her thanks to the couple.
"I think it's wonderful that you thought enough of someone else, especially during this time that you're going through because you had to cancel your wedding, that you were thou... Jan 26, 2018
Valentine's Day and other events
Wed., Feb. 14. $20-$30. 1015 Folsom, 1015 Folsom St., S.F. 1015.comValentine’s Boutique 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun., Jan. 28. Free admission. Hilton Concord, 1970 Diamond Blvd., Concord. www.supervalentinesbou tique.comValentine Broadside Printing Participants experience letterpress printing on the library’s 1909 Albion handpress and take home a unique keepsake. 2-4 p.m. Sat., Feb. 3. Free. S.F. Public Library, 100 Larkin St., S.F. sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1031608901Valentine’s Date Night Cooking Class A couples’ cooking class on making a romantic dinner with oysters, filet mignon, chocolate and more. Admission includes a glass of sparkling rose. 6:30-9:30 p.m. Wed., Feb. 14. $240. Cavallo Point Cooking School, 601 Murray Circle, Sausalito. www.cavallopoint.comValentine’s Day Bridgewatch A volunteer opportunity with the goal of bringing hope to those feeling lonely, depressed and suicidal. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Wed., Feb. 14. Golden Gate Bridge, S.F. www.bridgewatchangels.orgValentine’s Day Craft Sesh A cannabis-friendly art party where participants work on unique projects, while consuming and learning about cannabis. 7-9 p.m. Wed., Feb. 14. $80. Maker’s Loft, 308 13th St., Oakland. www.eventbrite.com/e/valentines-day-craft-sesh-tickets-42223461510Valentine’s Day Dinner Cruise A dinner buffet on the Bay with scenic views, DJ dancing, cash bar and more. 7 p.m. Sat., Feb. 10 and Wed., Feb. 14. $100. Pier 40, 89 King St., S.F. www.commodoreevents.com/event/valentines-day-dinner-cruiseValentine’s Day Sock Hop A ’50s party with live music, dancing, retro cocktails and more. Advance registration recommended. 7-10 p.m. Sat., Feb. 10. Free. Presidio Officers’ Club, 50 Moraga Ave., S.F. www.presidio.gov/events/valentines-day-sock-hopValentine’s Day Wreath Decorating Workshop Decorating a heart-shaped grapevine wreath with dried flowers and herbs and bring it home as a keepsake. 12 p.m. Sat., Feb. 10. $65. Maker Studio SF, 900 North Point St., S.F. www.eventbrite.com/e/valentines-day-wreath-decorating-workshop-tickets-42184598269Valentine’s Truffle Rolling & Decorating Class Join chocolatier Michael Recchiuti and Amanda Snouffer to learn the art of chocolate truffle rolling and decorating. 2-5 p.m. Sat., Feb. 10. $100. Recchiuti Confections, 2565 Third ST. suite 228, S.F. www.recchiuti.com/pages/recchiuti-eventsVictorian Valentine Extravaganza A Valentine-themed fundraiser with an emphasis on late 19th century historical approach to love, courtship, social etiquettes, entertainment, clothes, food, drink, and music. Victorian costumes encouraged. 8-11 p.m. Sat., Feb. 10. $35-$145. Haas-Lilienthal House, 2007 Franklin St., S.F. www.haas-lilienthalhouse.orgBay Area American Indian Two-Spirit Powwow A celebration of Native American culture that also provides a gender-affirming experience for the two-spirits community, the LGBT community and allies. 10 a.m. Sat., Feb. 3. Ft. Mason Festival Pavilion, 2 Marina Dr., S.F. www.baaits.orgBest of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival “1945,” Thurs., Jan. 18; “Personal Affairs,” Thursday, Jan. 25; “Levinstky Park,” Thurs., Feb. 1; “Little Stones,” Thurs., Feb. 8. 7 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 1. $10-$15. Osher Marin JCC, 200 N. San Pedro Rd., San Rafael. (415) 444-8080. www.marinjcc.orgBlues, Jazz & Rock ’n’ Roll A lecture-performance event with Robert Greenberg, The Erik Jekabson Quartet and John Santos tracing the origins and evolution of these popular American forms. 7:30-10 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 1. $25-$60. Marines’ Memorial Theatre, 609 Sutter St., San Franciso. humanitieswest.orgCastro Art Wal... (San Francisco Chronicle)Aug 25, 2017
Pitts School Road gets back-to-school garden
CONCORD- When Pitts School Road Elementary students go back to school next week, they will be surprised by a colorful, new garden set up to teach them lessons across all subjects.The school was buzzing with activity last week as volunteers from Lowe’s Heroes and Metrolina Greenhouses gathered in the courtyard area to create a pollinator garden, a weather station, raised beds and a root observation box while teachers strapped on their safety glasses and grabbed drills to build eight 4-ft x 12-ft raised garden beds.All of this began when first-grade teacher Erika Currin assembled a nine-person garden team committed to enhancing students’ learning experience through the addition of a school garden. The group submitted a grant application to the N.C. State Extensions’ Plants for Human Health Institute at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis, and was selected for the project because of its comprehensive garden plan.“N.C. State sent out letters to all school administrators throughout Cabar... (Independent Tribune)Jun 22, 2017
Flowers and fancy hats: 5 things to do this week in and around Lincoln
Buttrick Garden Party, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., May 31, in the Buttrick Garden at North Bridge Visitor Center, 174 Liberty St. in Concord. Tickets may be purchased at the door or at friendsofminuteman.org. Proceeds support garden maintenance. Prizes will be awarded for most beautiful, most imaginative and zaniest hats. For information visit friendsofminuteman.org.5. TOUR THE GARDENS The Concord Museum’s Guild of Volunteers has organized a self-paced garden tour of historic private gardens in Concord to support the Museum’s education programs. The garden tour takes place 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., June 2 and June 3 and will feature a pop-up shop with refreshments and an "Ask An Arborist" booth, each at a different garden. Early registration prices are $30 for Concord Museum members and $35 for nonmembers. Purchase tickets by calling 978-369-9763, ext. 216. For information visit concordmuseum.org.If you have a suggestion for 5 things, please email the details, with a photo if you have one, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Lincoln Public Library for discounted passes to some of the venues. (Wicked Local Lincoln)Jun 16, 2017
Milpitas: Food, flowers, fun at local farmers' market
Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 882 Great Mall Drive, is run by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association, a nonprofit organization based in Concord. The group, according to its website, is dedicated to empowering California farmers to be successful in Bay Area communities.The PCFMA operates certified farmers’ markets in several San Francisco Bay Area counties. The group organizes more than 65 weekly certified farmers’ markets in more than 35 Bay Area communities. Each provides an economic outlet for Northern California family farms, its website states.For more information on Milpitas Farmers’ Market, contact Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association at (800) 949-FARM or visit pcfma.org. (The Mercury News)May 7, 2017
Edible Arrangements settles dispute over name
Edible Commerce is a food business consulting and marketing agency based in Concord, New Hampshire that specializes in advising the owners of home-based food businesses, food entrepreneurs, food startups, food artisans and small farmers. The company lists five employees on its website, including founder Noah Munro. Munro said Friday that he was happy the dispute has been resolved.“Everything is fully resolved,” he said. “It was a mutually agreeable resolution.”Edible Arrangements has a trademark on the word “edible,” Munro said. “So they are basically investing a lot in protecting the association of that word with their company.”Munro said he will changing the name of his company in the near future, per the settlement, and asked customers to keep an eye out for the new name on social media and the company’s website. In the meantime, the company “is going to continue to grow and serve its clients,” he said.Munro noted that Price was “nothing but respectful throughout the process.”“I appreciated that,” he said. Edible Arrangements has tangled multiple times with competitors over trademark and trade practices, according to federal court records.In 2014, it bought a 30-year-old Pennsylvania company and a competitor, Incredibly Edible Delites, and FruitFlowers after years of legal action over trademark infringement and unfair trade practices.Edible Arrangements also settled a claim against 1-800-Flowers in federal court last year. 1-800-Flowers filed a counterclaim stating Edible Arrangements was building a monopoly by filing expensive and time-consuming lawsuits against its competitors.Edible Arrangements has more than 1,300 franchise locations worldwide. The company was founded in 1999 in East Haven, but is now headquartered in Wallingford. (Meriden Record-Journal)