Birthday Flowers

A heart-warming Birthday surprise for someone you truly care about!

Funeral Service

Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.

Sympathy

Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections in this time of need.

Flowers

Select from variety of flower arrangements with bright flowers and vibrant blossoms! Same Day Delivery Available!

Roses

Classically beautiful and elegant, assortment of roses is a timeless and thoughtful gift!

Florists in Vacaville, CA

Find local Vacaville, California florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Vacaville 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.

Vacaville Flower Shops

Brick's Florist & Gift Shop

877 Merchant St
Vacaville, CA 95688
(707) 446-9601

Pearson's Florist

390 E Monte Vista Ave
Vacaville, CA 95688
(707) 446-1411

Vacaville CA News

May 24, 2018

Cooper students make kindness flowers, stars

The activity, explained principal Tina Ahn, is part of last weekend’s “1,000 Flowers” event. On Saturday, students from Vacaville’s high schools “planted seeds of love and acceptance” downtown by way of chalk flowers and positive messages drawn throughout the area. The gardening continues this week in several Vacaville schools with activities like chalk flowers, kindness rocks, other flower projects and gardening. Kindness, Ahn said, is important in schools and everywhere else.“Kindness overflows everything else, right?” she asked students in Kayla Hornbrook’s class.Wearing determined expressions, boys and girls took cues from a how-to video as well as demonstrations from their teacher. Then, they copied fold after fold, striving to be as precise as possible.“It was pretty intense,” said 9-year-old Ericka Gomez, of her salmon pink blossom. “It was nice but it was pretty hard because you had to fold so many things.” Indeed, each bunch of folds turned into a new square, which would require a new set of folds before becoming another square. Finally, as each fold was opened and reshaped, a beautiful flower emerged.By day’s end, Room 33 was festooned with multicolored blooms and a multitude of smiles.“It was pretty hard,” echoed Carson Finerty, 9. “I never made origami before. ...

Apr 22, 2016

Home, garden show starts 3-day run

Anthony and Veronica Viera arrived the first day of the home and garden event with an eye toward making improvements to their Vacaville home. “He’s always looking at stuff he can do to fix things up in the yard,” Veronica Viera said. She described their new abode as “more fixer than upper” and said shows like this are ideal for homeowners like her. “Plus you get great ideas,” Veronica Viera said. “You’ll see some new tool they have and think, ‘Oh hey, that is a good idea’ and you didn’t even know there was an issue before.” For more information, visit totalhomeandgardenshow.com. Reach Bill Hicks at 427-6958 or [email protected]. Schedule of activities, events Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Interactive Kids Corral Solano County Sheriff Office Animal Care Division – “Adopt a Pet.” Noon: KUIC Van Stop – Drawings and giveaways (outside front entrance). 1 p.m.: Chef Mason Partak – 12-year-old child prodigy entertaining you at the demonstration area. 1:45 p.m.: Dennis Goehring/New York Life. Making the most of tomorrow by making smart choices today. 2:30 p.m.: Steve Kinderman/Ygene. Who and How Ygrene Works – What Projects are Qualified – Which Contractors are Certified. 3 p.m.: Chef Mason Partak – 12-year-old child prodigy entertaining you at the demonstration area. 3:45 p.m. : “How to Create the Ultimate Bucket List” – Seminar (TotalFunTravel.com). 4:30 p.m.: BethPicazo/Rainbow Aqua. Cleansing the Air Water Demo. Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Interactive Kids Corral Solano County Sheriff Office Animal Care Division – “Adopt a Pet.” 12:30 p.m.: Do it Yourself Workshop. 1 p.m.: Chef Mason Partak – 12-year-old child prodigy entertaining you at the demonstration area. 1:45 p.m.: Dennis Goehring/New York Life. Making the most of tomorrow by making smart choices today. 3 p.m.: Chef Mason Partak – 12-year-old child prodigy entertaining you at the demonstration area. 3:45 p.m.: Steve Kinderman/Ygene. Who and How Ygrene Works – What Projects are Qualified – Which Contractors are Certified. Total Home & Garden Show 2016 Tim Willett demonstrates the use of an Eco Spa hot tube, at the Fairfield Total Home & Garden Show on Friday. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic) Total Home & Garden Show 2016 Stephanie Jaramillo demonstrates the use of La Provencale Garlic Grater, at the Fairfield Total Home & Garden Show on Friday. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic) Total Home & Garden Show 2016 Elvis impersonator Rick Torres hops onto the table to serenade Corinne Kelly, left, and Mike Nunez, at the Fairfield Total Home & Garden Show on Friday. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic) ... (Fairfield Daily Republic)

Mar 11, 2016

Vacaville offers trip to San Francisco Flower & Garden Show

VACAVILLE — Vacaville Community Services is hosting a day trip to San Francisco on March 16. The trip features lunch at Pier Market Seafood Restaurant followed by a stop at the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show. The show offers a full range of activities, from free seminars and exhibits to demonstrations about landscaping, gardening, growing, preparing garden-fresh food, designing with flowers and creating garden spaces in your home, school and community. The trip will depart from the McBride Senior Center, 91 Town Square Place. Registration deadline is March 4. For information and registration, call 469-6660. Reach the Daily Republic newsroom at 425-4646. (Fairfield Daily Republic)

Mar 11, 2016

Library program to help teens make LED-illuminated paper flowers

VACAVILLE — The Vacaville Public Library-Cultural Center will host a Teen Maker program next week where area teens will learn how to make illuminated paper flowers. This is a series of programs geared specifically for teens to use their creative skills to make special projects, according to a library press release. The most recent project will teach participants how to make LED light paper flowers that use coin batteries to make a paper flower light that can turn on and off. The program will happen at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the library at 1020 Ulatis Drive. Teens/tweens ages 12 and older are welcome to attend. All materials will be provided. For more information, call 1-866-57-ASKUS or visit www.solanolibrary.com. Reach the Daily Republic newsroom at 425-4646. (Fairfield Daily Republic)

Feb 3, 2016

Vacaville's Pacific Cycle warehouse wins top Solano industrial project award

A new $35 million mega-warehouse on 32.38 acres has been built by business park developer and general contractor Buzz Oates Group of Companies at the Vacaville Business Park south of the intersection of Cessna Drive and Beechcraft Road at 2070 Cessna Dr. Pacific Cycle, Inc., a designer, marketer and distributor of bicycles and accessories, became the sole tenant in July 2015 under terms of a 12-year lease, signed before the project started. Construction started in mid-September 2014 and was completed in July 2015. Since Pacific Cycle moved to Vacaville from Napa Valley more than a decade ago, its demand for warehouse space has grown ten-fold to include space in five different warehouses. Today the company is using this new warehouse with 597,816 square feet of space, and an existing warehouse nearby at 2041 Cessna Drive totaling 337,896 square feet, for its consolidated West Coast distribution operations. In total, Pacific Cycle occupies over 935,000 square feet in the Vacaville Business Park. The bike maker’s latest lease was the largest Solano County industrial transaction in 2014. The company conducted a search lasting more than a... (North Bay Business Journal)

Feb 3, 2016

Friends, family, community bid farewell to Vacaville native son Pippo

VACAVILLE — Family and friends bid farewell Saturday to a man who affected Vacaville in ways large and small. Don Pippo’s trademark white Texan hat lay atop red, gold and orange flowers across his gray coffin during a funeral service at Trinity Baptist Church. The man who once ran for Solano County supervisor under the campaign slogan “Vote for Don Pippo: He is the good guy” kept the hat for a lifetime, which those who know him said represented him well. Friend and onetime political rival John Vasquez, a Solano County supervisor, recalls the time Pippo ran against him. “My father worked for his father’s ranch. I knew him for my whole life,” Vasquez said. “He ran against me because he felt he had something he had to do.” They were still friends at the end of the campaign and remained so for years afterward. “He was one of the few people who could walk into a room and change an outcome,” Vasquez said. Pippo, 72, died quietly in his sleep Jan. 5, unlike his active life. His death an unwel... (Fairfield Daily Republic)