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29472 Vines Creek RdDagsboro, DE 19939
1904 Newport Gap PikeWilmington, DE 19808
33247 Fairfield RdLewes, DE 19958
11 Mill StHouston, DE 19954
5268 Forrest AveDover, DE 19904
Delaware Flowers News
Jul 26, 2018
Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers' Market History Day is July 8
At 11:30 a.m., tour the historic stone farm house with Dave Harding, HLT's director of outreach. Learn about the friendship between Delaware Chief Tuccamirgan and farmer John Philip Case, one of the Flemington-area's first settlers. You'll explore the 220-year-old house, seeing everything from the 18th century graffiti in the attic to the site of an 1803 murder in the basement.
The Hunterdon County Historical Society, Hunterdon County 300th Committee, Holland Township Historical Society, Raritan Township Historical Society and Friends of Historic Flemington are scheduled to attend.
For children, the market will welcome Bivona Farm of Frenchtown, which will have a mini cow, sheep, goats (including a baby goat), bunnies and a lamb to pet and feed. For our weekly Kids' Corner Activity, HLT will offer a cool marbled milk paper project.
There is no charge for any of the history day events or children's activities.
Yoga with Lauren Theis will begin at 9 a.m. in the Dvoor Farm wagon house. Join her for a session perfect for beginner or advanced practitioners that incorporates meditation, breathing techniques and some gently refreshing yoga flows. Cost is $15; please bring your own mat.
The Farmers' Market features about 20 local farmers and vendors offering organic produce, all-natural meats, honey, fresh-baked breads, vegan burgers, fresh-cut flowers, cave-ripened cheese, eggs, locally roasted coffee, hummuses, salsas, native plants and more. Visitors can enjoy a flatbread pizza made with ingredients provided by local farmers while listening to live music with Bill Ihling.
The Farmers' Market History Day coincides with the Tour de Flateau, an annual bike event that features several different routes, ranging from 15 to 100 miles, and encourages everyone to explore Hunterdon County's natural beauty. The event benefits Hunterdon Lan... Jun 14, 2018
Wedding flowers from Saturday night repurposed to brighten the lives of seniors, patients by Sunday morning
Center City wedding, their scents and grace dazzling the Ballroom at the Ben for a Springfield, Delaware County, couple in love.
Rather than let the blossoms molder or be carted away by dexterous aunts with a sharp eye for fancy flora, the bride and groom had arranged for the beauties to be collected by Forget Me Knot (as in tying the knot) Flowers, a nonprofit that repurposes wedding flowers into "bedside bouquets" to brighten the rooms of sick, elderly or hurting souls.
Tom Davis of Forget Me Knot Flowers movings around the Ballroom at the Ben on Saturday night, post-wedding reception, collecting the centerpieces and other flowers that would have a new purpose by Sunday.
"When I deliver the flowers," said Leona Davis, a Haddonfield woman whose house the soccer girls had gathered in, "I talk about love to the people getting them. I want to make a real connection to people who are lonely." Davis created Forget Me Knot about two years ago.
Wedding flowers are imbued with enough good feeling, Davis, 66, believes, that their stalks and petals can easily morph from Saturday night decoration to sick-room adornment. Davis and her husband, Tom, 66, a senior director of a Florida-based company that manufactures electronic components, can transport flowers to a nursing home before the married couple can reach their honeymoon destinations.
Jun 14, 2018
5 reasons Shakespeare would love Longwood Gardens
Special to Delaware News Journal
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Area roundup: Minnetrista Garden Fair blooms on Saturday
There will not be a car show, according to an organizer.)
MUNCIE - The Delaware County Regional Airport and Vintage Aircraft Rides and Airshows will have a family-oriented aviation celebration and fly-in Aug. 4 at the Delaware County Airport.
The event will open at 10 a.m., and will feature flying displays and activities for kids.
Rides in a real Warbirds aircraft will be offered 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; reservations can be made by calling Vintage Aircraft Rides at 260-341-8749. Credit card, check, or cash will be accepted.
Apr 20, 2018
Lewes blooms with Tulip Celebration
Lewes in Bloom alone plantsTulips bloom near the Zwaanendael Museum where many activities during the Lewes Tulip Celebration will be held. (Delaware State News by Marc Clery)20,000 — a number which has grown every year after starting with just 3,000 bulbs nine years ago.“The tulips really transform the town,” said Ms. Reamer who can see a large portion of them from her office window.“Whether you’re just passing through town or coming specially to look at the tulips, you won’t be disappointed.”In addition to the tulips in the central areas of town, floral displays have been created by the Sussex Gardeners, one of the oldest garden clubs in the U.S. founded in 1937, and will be on display at the Zwaanendael Museum.Flower arranging demonstrations are scheduled for today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Floral Inspirations, located at 524 E. Savannah Road (in the shops under the Beacon Motel).Owner Ken Norman and members of his team invite people to stop by and watch them at work. He will also be hosting a Tulip Arranging class in his store on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon and it will be a fundraiser for Lewes in Bloom.Flowers by Mayumi, located at 128 Second St., will have designers creating floral arrangements on Saturday from 1 to 2 p.m.The museum also plays host to the Tulip Celebration’s Photo Contest’s entries — 86 in all. The photos range in subject from tulips to architecture but all photos were taken in the town of Lewes.Submissions will be displayed in a tent in Zwaanendael Park from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Saturday in the Fisher-Martin House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Also today and Saturday in the park, weather permitting, the Lewes Beekeeping Club will share information about the art and science of beekeeping.“The Tulip Celebration is a unique event and there aren’t many events like it, especially in the United States so I think a lot of people come here for the first time for the celebration,” Ms. Reamer said.Free lectures at the Lewes Public Library will be offered today and Saturday.Children of all ages will take part in activities associated with the Lewes Tulip Celebration. (Submitted photo)On Saturday from ...