Florists in Albion, IL
Find local Albion, Illinois florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Albion 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.
Albion Flower Shops
Albion IL News
Apr 20, 2018
LOCAL BRIEFS: 4-H Junior Leaders taking flower orders
Lamp (yellow/blue/red) and Fireworks (white/purple/red). These baskets are $15 each.Flowers may be picked up at the Noble County Extension Office in Albion May 3 from noon to 4 p.m., May 4 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., or May 5 from 9 a.m. to noon.Orders may be made by calling the Noble County Extension Office at 260-636-2111, or people can request a form via e-mail at email@example.com. Orders must be placed by April 26.LIGONIERPettit Park Flea Market to open May 8After May 8, the Pettit Park Flea Market at 100 N. Cavin St. will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday through October. Vendor registration is free. Vendors should sign up at the Ligonier Recreation Center, 301 S. Cavin St.ANGOLALocal students to perform in spring concertTrine University's jazz ensembles, under the direction of Professor Brian Derek, adjunct music faculty, will present their fall concert beginning at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Ryan Concert Hall of the T. Furth Center for Performing Arts.Local students participating in the concert include: Bradly King of Topeka, alto saxophone; Trenton Jensen of New Paris, trombone; and Lucas Harmon of Millersburg, drums.The concert is free and open to the public.LIGONIERTime to register for City League ballRegistration for City League baseball and T-Ball will take place at Ligonier Recreation Center, 301 Calvin St., today through May 7. Registration is open to the public for T-Ball, ages 3 to 5; coach pitch, ages 6 to 7; and major league, ages 8 to 11. Games will be played Tuesdays and Thursdays starting June 5. Registration is $25. Coaches are needed.GOSHENSwiss steak supper May 5Everyone is invited to a Swiss steak supper at Fairview Grange, 22482 C.R. 45, Goshen. It will take place May 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. Meals for adults are $10 and $5 for children 5 to 11 years of age. Children age 4 and younger may eat for free. For more information, call Lori at 333-4362 or Patsy at 875-6197.LIGONIERPavilion and cabin rentalsThe Ligonier Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting reservations for pavilion and cabin rentals for the 2018 season. To make a reservation, call the recreatio... (Goshen News)Jan 26, 2018
Valentine's Day and other events
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 Walk: Meet the Artists of Direct Action Everywhere A chance to meet the artists behind t... (San Francisco Chronicle)Apr 27, 2017
Plan: More flowers, banners this year
Fairmont, from Interstate 90 down State Street, along South State Street and Albion Avenue to Gomsrud Park, down Blue Earth Avenue and Lake Avenue to Heritage Acres.“We get so many visitors to Fairmont for things like school events,” she said. “I’m excited to think about all those people and their reactions.”She mentioned a letter to the editor that appeared in the Sentinel last year. A woman praised the colorful addition of the flower baskets and banners although she wasn’t aware of the group that was responsible for them.“That was so cool, that somebody enjoyed what we did. That’s the treat after the hard work,” Hawkins said. “We’re all volunteers. It’s a lot of hard work, but it’s a lot of fun. There’s a great amount of joy in driving down the street and knowing we were a part of that.”The letter writer’s opinion is shared by other residents and business owners in the community. All business owners along the potential flower route gladly gave donations, with the exception of one individual. Hawkins specifically mentioned the board of directors at the Red Rock Center, a location that in previous years sported a basket and banner from a nearby pole. Because the center is a non-profit organization, the board was unable to make a donation to the program, but that did not prevent the individual board members from reaching in their wallets to make personal donations.“They enjoyed the flowers so much, they all pitched in out of their own pockets. That was really a neat thing,” she said.Flowers for a basket or a banner cost $75 each, and some individuals and businesses have donated enough to finance one or more of the items.“But we’ll accept any amount. The more money we get, the more banners and flowers we’ll get. If we get more, we’re just going to keep going,” Hawkins said.Donations can be dropped off at City Hall or sent to City of Fairmont/Focus on Fairmont, 100 Downtown Plaza, Fairmont, MN 56031. Please write “flowers/banners” on the memo line on checks.For more information, contact Hawkins at (507) 399-1682 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org -- ... (Fairmont Sentinel)May 18, 2016
Sue Scholz: Garden club plant sales abound this weekend
Asbury Woods Nature Center is located at 4105 Asbury Road. Call 835-5356 or visit www.asburywoods.org.
Garden club meetings
Albion Garden and Civic Club, Tuesday, 6 p.m., Veterans Memorial Park, E. State St., Albion. Spring clean up. On May 21 at 9:30 a.m. flowers will be planted at the memorial. Call Sue Mihalak, 756-4404.
Westminster Garden Club, Tuesday, 1:30 a.m., Hoss's Steak and Sea House, 3300 W. 26th St. Master Gardener Theresa Letkiewicz with talk on Farming Community Heritage. Call Eileen Ropelewski, 454-0739.
Glenwood Association Gardeners Club, Thursday, 7 p.m., 4716 Homeland Blvd. The topic is organic fertilizers. Call Sue Barry, 323-3188.
Cambridge Garden Club, May 26, 7 p.m., 158 McClellan St., Cambridge Springs. Beekeeper Ronda Calomino will talk about honeybees. Call Sandy Moraski, 528-7748.
SUE SCHOLZ is a member of Presque Isle Garden Club. Send garden news to email@example.com.
(GoErie.com)Apr 22, 2016
Gardeners create floral designs on the fly
Asbury Woods Nature Center is located at 4105 Asbury Road. Call 835-5356 or visit www.asburywoods.org.
Garden club meetings
Albion Garden and Civic Club, Tuesday, 6 p.m., Stonehouse, Lisek Circle, Albion Borough Park. I will talk about attracting backyard birds. Call Sue (814) 756-4404.
Westminster Garden Club, Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., U Pick 6 Harbor House, 4454 Buffalo Road. Les Frost will give a tour of Stan's Garden Center, 5001 Buffalo Road. Call Eileen, 454-0739.
Erie County Council of Garden Clubs spring meeting, Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., Nick's Place, 12246 Route 99, Edinboro. Open to all garden clubs in Erie County. Judith Acker of Audubon Pennsylvania will present the program, "Audubon at Home." Cost: $19.50; includes choice of ox roast or veggie pretzel sandwich, soup, salad, beverage and dessert. Call Lynn Jackson, 833-1675.
Elk Valley Garden Club, Thursday, 6:30 p.m., 34 Main St., Girard. Jen Salem from the Tom Ridge Center will talk about good and bad insects in our gardens. Call Janet, 833-6123.
Glenwood Association Gardeners Club, Thursday, 7 p.m., 4607 Highview Blvd. The topic is Feng Shui gardens. Call Lourdes, 866-1853.
Corry Area Garden Club, April 27, 6 p.m., 47 E. Irving St., Corry. Members will discuss the May plant sale and the preparation and planting of the community gardens. Call Therese, 882-3394.
Cambridge Garden Club, April 28, 6 p.m., Stan's Garden Center, 5001 Buffalo Road. Les Frost will give a behind-the-scenes tour. Call Sandy, 528-7748.
Elk Valley Garden Club, April 28, 9:30 a.m., 5175 S. Creek Road. Perennial potting day. Members will pot perennials from their gardens for the garden mart in May. Wells Park cleanup, April 29, Wells Park, 34 W. Main St., Girard. Members and Girard High School National Honor Society students will clean the park. Lake City Cleanup, April 30, 10 a.m., Lake City Bor... (GoErie.com)Feb 3, 2016
WNY Weather History
1997: Multiple bands of lake effect caused numerous accidents and more than a foot of snow: 17" in Sinclairville, 15" in New Albion, 12" in Arcade and 11" in Springville.
2004: More than two feet of snow accumulated: Cassadaga 37", Stockton 34", Ellicottville 28", Colden 22", South Wales 20", Jamestown 16", Dunkirk 12", and Orchard Park 8".
2007: Lake effect snow off of Lake Erie: 18 inches at Perrsyburg, 16 inches at Ellicottville, 15 inches at South Dayton, 13 inches at Arcade, 10 inches at Warsaw, and 8 inches at Jamestown and Dunkirk.
1976: High snow drifts from 6 to 15 feet caused highway travel to be paralyzed and many roads closed including the New York State Thruway between Lackawanna and Dunkirk. Also many schools closed in the snowbelt sections during this snowstorm.
2008: Winds increased with gusts measured to 75 mph causing downed trees and power lines.
1998: Heavy rain of up to four inches over a well saturated ground caused 575 homes to be evacuated in the Town of Niagara, and one hundred homes had to be evacuated in Batavia.
1979: Blizzard like conditions for most of the south towns bringing traffic to a standstill.
1997: The fourth greatest 24-hour snow total for the Buffalo suburbs:, 21.4 inches of snow was recorded at the Buffalo Airport and all flights into and out of the Buffalo Airport were canceled that night.
Buffalo, NY -- The week of December 28th in Western New York weather history reminds us of damaging winds and snow, and record highs for the new year.
1968: A half an inch of ice caused widespread damage and major power failures throughout Western New York.
1984:Flood warnings for Cayuga, Ellicott, Cazenovia, Buffalo and Tonawanda creeks as area streams crested around a foot to a foot and a half above flood stages from heavy rain. The high temperature of 61 degrees broke the old record of 55 degrees set in 1884.
1990:Heavy rain up to 2.75 inches and snowmelt produced drainage and road flooding across the Niagara Frontier, many basements were flooded and roads closed, area creeks and streams near bankful.
2000: New Year's Eve low pressure caused lake effect: 11" at Niagara Falls, 10" Colden, 9" Greece, 7" Albion.
1998: Lake effect snowfall created near blizzard conditions: 23" in Orchard Park, 22" in Hamburg, 21" in East Aurora, and 20" in Blasdell.
1999: New Year's Day snow event produced snowfall rates of 2 to 3 inches per hour and snow totals nearly 2 feet:South Dayton 14", Arcade 12", Cassadaga 10" and Springville 9".
1985: Record high temperature of 63 degrees at Buffalo, old record of 56 degrees.
1995: Lake snow: Holland 41", Colden 37, Silver Creek 29, Wales 26, Strykersville and Eden 24, Arcade 18, Warsaw 17, Buffalo and Tonawanda 14, Alden and Orchard Park 9, and West Seneca and Lockport 8.
1996: Snowfall: 18 inches at Webster and Batavia, 16 inches at Springville, 14 inches at Portageville and Sherman, 13 inches at Youngstown, Wellsville and Avon, 12 inches at Lockport and Franklinville, and 10 inches at Olean.
Buffalo, NY -- The week of December 21st in Western New York weather history reminds us of several Christmas Day severe weather events.
1993:Several school districts canceled classes as low pressure moved in producing snowfall: 9" Sherman, 8" Arcade, and 6" at Franklinville and Bristol.
1997: Ice storm in the wes... (WGRZ.com)