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Business name:
Potter Fairy Tales
Address:
17837 Bear Valley Rd # D
City:
Hesperia
State:
California
Zip Code:
92345
Phone number:
(760) 244-0522
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Flowers and Gifts News

Mar 23, 2017

'Super bloom' hits the High Desert

Moisture is the predominant factor for growth, Hesperia Garden Club President Terry Sampson noted.“Because we got all the rain and we got a lot, things are going to bloom a little bit earlier — especially with this little bit of heat we’re getting right now” Sampson said.Could a green desert signal the end of California’s longstanding drought? It might be too soon to tell, but Marsden noted that the recent series of storms “has likely put a dent in it.”According to a recent report on the U.S. Geological Survey website, determining whether the drought is over “can be better assessed in the months ahead,” after the California Department of Water Resources conducts its annual snowpack measurement April 1.But the land’s lushness has its drawbacks too, as Jason Mahan with Cal Fire noted during last week’s Lucerne Valley/Johnson Valley Municipal Advisory Council meeting that the region’s green hills are “probably going to equate to a real busy fire season.”“We know what last year looked like with the Pilot and the Blue Cut fires, and we were cutting in brush all day that’s 15 to 20 feet high,” Mahan said. “It’s thick up there, so just because we’ve had all these rains, supposedly we’re out of the drought, but we still have that potential for major wildfires to happen.”The ‘super bloom’Popping up on social media seemingly at the same rapid rate that its flowers have sprouted are vibrant orange photos of the Antelope Valley California Poppy Preserve, about 70 miles northwest of Victorville.Along with the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, about 150 miles southeast of Victorville, the Poppy Preserve has absorbed the majority of the #superbloom stardom on Instagram in recent weeks, but it might not be long b... (VVdailypress.com)

Dec 2, 2016

Flower shop replanted: Allens Flowers and Plants moving after nearly 30 years at same location

Rene Ray De La Cruz Staff Writer @DP_ReneDeLaCruz HESPERIA — A well-known flower shop located on very busy street corner in the High Desert for over three decades is pulling up its roots and moving to a new location. Owner Jennifer Smith told the Daily Press that Allens Flowers and Plants, located on Main Street and E Avenue in Hesperia, is moving west and “just over the railroad overpass.” “We’ve been here for close to 30 years and we want people to know that we’re not leaving town,” said Smith, as family and friends helped pack for the final move. “We’re moving to the old Domingo’s shopping center on Main Street. It’s a pretty busy center so we’re hoping that we do well.” As Smith stood outside of a large refrigerated walk-in, she said the flower shop’s move comes as a result of a new landlord who recently purchased the office complex that’s home to a smoke shop, church, pizzeria and several other businesses. “Our last day here is July 30th and we’ll be open for business at our new place on August 1st,” said Smith, as a customer lef... (VVdailypress.com)

May 18, 2016

Local businesses offering Mother's Day deals

Bear Valley Road, unit 405, Victorville, 760-955-6555. — Menchie's - Buy one get one half off, 12719 Main St., Hesperia, 760-662-5777. — Wine Seller - Free strawberries and champagne for mothers, 19341 Bear Valley Road, suite 201, Apple Valley, 760-961-2500. — Desert Barn Brewery - One free mimosa with purchase of brunch, 11352 Hesperia Road, Hesperia, 760-220-5194. — High Desert Skin & Laser Medical Center - $50 off Botox, 15366 11th Street, Victorville, 760-245-6465. — Health First Medical Weight Loss and Skincare - Purchase a $100 giftcard for only $90, 16061 Bear Valley Road, suite 7, Hesperia, 760-948-0980. — Ever Young Skincare - 20 percent off packages, $20 off anti-aging IV infusion, 12401 Hesperia Road, suite 4, Victorville, 760-953-7699. — Massage Envy - Spend $125 and receive a free 30-minute upgrade and enhancement, 19179 Bear Valley Road, suite 7, Apple Valley, 760-240-3689. — Cache Hair Salon - $10 off color procedure. Free cut and style with procedure. Must call for appointment. Ask for Michelle, 13605 Bear Valley Road, suite 104, Victorville, 760-881-8785. — JCPenney - Spend $25 get $10 off select items, 14370 Bear Valley Road, Victorville, 760-241-3111. — Macy’s - Get 10 percent, 15 percent or 20 percent off online purchases. Promo code MOM, 14580 Bear Valley Road, Victorville, 760-493-3300. — Kohl’s - $10 off $50 or more on select items. Promo code MOMSDAY10, 14305 Bear Valley Road, Victorville, 760-949-8717. — Sears - Save 15 percent on jewelry, clothing and accessories. Promo code MOTHER, 14420 Bear Valley Road, Victorville, 760-955-4299. — Victor Bowl - Three games for $5, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., 12277 Mariposa Road, Victorville, 760-241-7396. — Planet Fitness - $10 per month with only $5 down through May 13, 12353 Mariposa Road, Victorville, 760-241-4300. — Diana's Flowers - Special mums love bouquet, $35, 14156 Amargosa Road, 760-843-1111 — Fairy Tales Flowers and Gifts - $15 kids arrangements for mom, 17837 Bear Valley Road, Hesperia, 760-244-0522. — Apple Valley Florist - Vase with 10 tulips for $35, 18245 Outer Highway 18 south, 760-242-4641. — Precision Auto Insurance - $50 off down payment when you mention this story, 14949 Bear Valley Road, Hesperia, 760-243-5000. — Ticketmaster - Use code TMN241 for buy one, get one free tickets unti... (Victorville Daily Press)

Feb 2, 2016

Six local champs seeded for state playoffs

Oceanside (9-4) will be playing at La Mirada (11-3) in the III-AA matchup on Friday. Rancho Bernardo (11-2) draws Oak Hills in Hesperia Saturday night in the III-A Southern California Championship. Should Helix win, it would advance to the championships in Sacramento where there will be five title games. Bonita Vista would also be on the road. However, the other four San Diego Section teams could host a state championship game if they win. FOOTBALL CIF Regional Championship Bowl Playoffs (All games 7:30 unless noted) OPEN DIVISION (Large) Dec. 19 — De La Salle (12-1) vs. Centennial, Corona (14-0) at Sacramento State, 8 p.m. DIVISION OPEN (Small) Saturday’s Games North: Marin Catholic (12-1) at Central Catholic (14-0) South: San Marino (14-0) vs. Sierra Canyon (14-0) at Granada Hills DIVISION I–AA Friday’s Games North: San Jose Bellarmine (12-1) at Folsom (14-0) South: Helix (11-1) at Mission Viejo (14-0) DIVISION I–A Saturday’s Games North: Clayton Valley Charter (12-1) at Oak Grove, San Jose (11-2). South: Narbonne (12-2) at Ridgeview (13-0) DIVISION II–AA Friday’s Games North: Del Oro (8-6) at Liberty, Bakersfield (9-3) South: La Habra (13-1) at Camarillo (14-0) DIVISION II–A Saturday’s Games North: St. Francis, Mountain View (11-2) vs. Pleasant Valley (12-0) at Harrison Stadium, Oroville South: Calabasas (13-1) at Citrus Hill (12-2) DIVISION III–AA Friday’s Games North: Milpitas (10-3) at Campolindo (13-1) South: Oceanside (9-4) at La Mirada (11-3) DIVISION III–A Saturday’s Games North: McClymonds (12-0) vs. Sacred Heart Prep (10-3) at Independence HS, San Jose South: Rancho Bernardo (11-2) at HesperiaOak Hills (9-5) DIVISION IV–AA Friday’s Games North: Hanford (12-1) at Sonora (12-1) South: Canyon, Anaheim (9-5) vs. Bonita Vista (11-2) at Southwestern College DIVISION IV–A Saturday’s Games North: Sierra, Manteca (8-5) vs. Sutter (9-4) at River Valley HS, Yuba City South: Fairfax (8-6) at Chowchilla (11-2), 7:30 p.m. DIVISION V–AA Friday’s Games North: Bradshaw Christian (12-1) vs. Immanuel, Reedley (10-2) at Reedley South: Notre Dame, Riverside (14-0) at Mater Dei Catholic (12-1) DIVISION V–A Saturday’s Games North: Fall River (12-0) vs. St. Bernard’s (12-1) at Humboldt State South: Kennedy, Bakersfield vs. Saddleback Valley Christian @ TBD DIVISION VI–AA Friday’s Games North: Stone Ridge Christian (12-1) at East Nicolaus (11-2) South: Belmont (14-0) at Coronado (9-4) Brand is a freelance writer. (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

Feb 2, 2016

Suspect Still At Large in Deadly In-N-Out Parking Lot Shooting

Gabriel D. Espinoza, Victor Valley News. HESPERIA, CALIF (VVNG.com) Deputies are urging the public to come forward with any information that may assist in the deadly shooting that occurred at the In-N-Out parking lot Christmas day.Skid marks were visible in the In-N-out parking area where the SUV was parked, located at the 13000 block of Main Street and Mariposa Road. A Hispanic male was left dead after he was shot multiple times in the chest area while in his white Lincoln SUV in the restaurant parking lot. A Raider jacket and Raider hat belonging to the victim was located on the ground next to the victim. It is unclear if there was an altercation that led to the deadly shooting, however as of 8:00 p.m. a suspect(s) has not been detained at this time. Deputies were searching for a possible red Dodge Ram truck, older model with 2-doors. Cassie Vandenberg, a member of Victor Valley News reported that she heard the shots and witnessed the red truck near the victims vehicle when she glanced into the parking lot after the shootin... (VVNG Victor Valley News)

Jan 8, 2016

Local girls perform in 'Nutcracker'

Baggarly and Lauren Collett in the alternating role of Clara, “The Nutcracker” also showcases the talents of two local dancers. Seven-year-old Hesperia resident Sephora Carter is set to perform as a bonbon on Dec. 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20. Sixteen-year-old Phelan resident Sierra Leyde will portray an angel and a mouse in productions on Dec. 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20. “This is the first time I’ve danced with a company as big as Inland Pacific Ballet and even though it’s been a little out of my comfort zone, I’m learning a lot,” said Sierra. “I want to own my own dancing studio someday, so this has been really good training.” Like Sierra, Sephora also admits she’s a bit intimidated about performing with IPB. However, it’s not stopping her from having the time of her life. “I’m a little nervous but also having a lot of fun,” said Sephora. “I’m really happy that I’m in ‘The Nutcracker’ and have been learning many new moves.” IPB is a professional ballet company that was founded in 1994 by Koenig and Kevin Myers. Both are Southern California natives who bring a wealth of experience to their company. Koenig, from Los Angeles, spent many years as a professional dancer and traveled extensively as a guest artist and teacher. She co-founded the Los Angeles Chamber Ballet and served on the dance faculty of California State University, Long Beach. Myers, who grew up in Riverside, has danced with the Houston Ballet and the Los Angeles Ballet. He said he shares in Koenig’s vision to produce exquisitely staged productions of full-length classic story ballets while presenting the best in contemporary choreography. “We look forward each year to enhancing the show to surprise our audiences and this year is no exception,” said Koenig. “We’re-choreographing the Snow Scene for 20 dancers, which is fun and inspiring for the dancers and I think will make for an exciting new addition. We also have a brand new lighting design. “Our fans who return year after year really look forward to these fun changes to the choreography and production values.” Remaining performances of The Nutcracker will take place at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 12 and at 2 p.m. Dec. 13 at the Fox Performing Arts Center, 3801 Mission Inn Ave. in Riverside, The show will be presented in Rancho Cucamonga at the Lewis Family Playhouse, 12505 Cultural Center Drive, Dec. 18 to 20. Show times are 7:30 p.m. Dec. 18, 2 p.m... (Hesperia Star)

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