Florists in Akron, NY
Find local Akron, New York florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Akron 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.
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Dec 14, 2018
Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank looking for holiday boost - The-review
December usually is the month when community support for the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank hits its highest level.
But this year there is heightened concern at the food bank because donations of cash and collected food trail 2017 by about 6 percent.
Dan Flowers, president and chief executive officer, isn't sure why donations have slipped, but he hopes the gap can be closed before the year ends.
The agency is in the midst of its annual Holiday Campaign, which hopes to generate donations equal to 7 million meals. A $1 donation to the food bank can provide four meals, while a donation of 1.2 pounds of food is equal to one meal.
Events during the holiday push include the sixth annual Selfless Elf 5K run Dec. 22 and the annual Long Haul Against Hunger, in conjunction with local iHeartMedia radio stations, which last Friday generated enough donations to equal 468,000 meals.
"This is the time of the year when it counts," Flowers said, adding that he hopes communities rally to help.
GateHouse Media Ohio, owner of The Alliance Review, Ashland Times-Gaze... Jul 27, 2017
Khloe Kardashian's 19-year-old Cleveland Florist Continues to Impress
A couple weeks ago, Lynch Design even provided the floral arrangements for a large wedding in Akron. "I can't tell you who that is," Lynch says from his Beachwood studio last week. "But you can look it all up on Instagram." (We did. Seems the wedding was for “Entourage” star, Jerry Ferrara). Running Lynch Designs since 14 (his parents helped him start up the business), Lynch hires employees either in high school or college, no one is over 21.
"It's not that I don't trust people over 21," Lynch says. "It's just more fun working with people my own age." Lynch describes his flower style as clean and full with plenty of big statement pieces. And he's always had the drive to make his designs go far. He sent a bouquet of flowers to Kardashian over Christmas, welcoming her to Cleveland, thinking he'd hear nothing more. But the TV star Snapchatted the bouquet and soon her people were reaching out to Lynch, asking for help on the birthday party. Since that experience, the mostly untrained florist says the exposure has brought the company into the spotlight, and they're booked through the end of the summer. Then it's back to college for the young entrepreneur. "Who knows where this will all go, but it’s so rewarding at the end of the day when you’re with everyone, and you pulled it together and you made something," Lynch says. "It’s as full time as it can be right now. It’s my life."...Apr 13, 2017
Think spring! Easter bunny, egg hunts, flowers and more spring fun
Dates, times and admission information here.Breakfast with the Bunny at the Akron Zoo500 Edgewood Ave., AkronGet hopping to the Akron Zoo for a breakfast buffet, egg hunt and visits with the Easter Bunny. Dates and prices here.Eggshelland25001 Cedar Rd., LyndhurstLegacy Village hosts this year’s Eggshelland. Check here for dates and times. Eggsperiment at the Great Lakes Science Center601 Erieside Ave., ClevelandAmazing eggsperiments, including egg rockets and color mixing. Dates and times here.Eggstravaganza! At the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center28728 Wolf Rd., Bay VillageLearn about eggs, bunnies and spring. For children 1 to 8 with an adult. Admission is $7. Dates and times here.Ideas for college student spring breakers: (courtesy of Destination Cleveland)From bowling at the Corner Alley on East 4th Street to karaoke and arcade games at Punch Bowl Social in the Flats East Bank, the options are endless – and mostly within walking distance from one another. Head Downtown for the night and take in the sights and sounds of Cleveland’s entertainment districts including the Flats East Bank, Warehouse District and East 4th Street. o Downtown Cleveland, various locationsHouse of Blues Cleveland– Music is a popular component of many spring break adventures. Luckily, Clevelanders have a well-known concert venue right in the heart of Downtown. Located in the popular East 4th Street entertainment district, The House of Blues offe... (fox8.com)Apr 13, 2017
Decor and flower sale will benefit hospital
BOARDMANFrom 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Lutz Greenhouse will sell spring decor items and flowers in the community room of Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics Beeghly Campus, 6505 Market St.
Lutz will donate 20 percent of the sales to the hospital. The business has donated $8,500 to the hospital over the last eight years from selling seasonal items and flowers at the hospital.For information on Akron Children’s, visit www.akronchildrens.org.Sponsored ContentLoading Family Features Content WidgetLoading Family Features Article- Advertisement -
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Medina County wildflower challenge, digital garden planner and beekeeping class: Home and Garden News
The class is 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 15 at the Nordonia Hills branch of the Akron-Summit County Public Library, 9458 Olde 8 Road, Northfield.The class will discuss how to install a package of bees, feed your bees, conduct hive inspection and more. Free, but registration is required.Read a story here about a couple whose backyard beekeeping is a hobby and business. (cleveland.com)Mar 2, 2017
Heart of Stark: Akron Canton NSME to honor Dan Flowers, David Baker
Monday, Stark Community Foundation is highlighting positive happenings in our community. Here's to Good News Mondays! • Congratulations to Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank President Dan Flowers, who will receive the 2017 Outstanding Community Leader Award, and to Pro Football Hall of Fame President David Baker, who will receive this year's Executive of the Year Award from the Akron Canton NSME (National Sales and Marketing Executives) on Tuesday evening! They both have made a tremendous impact in our community.• Students in Carrollton Exempted Village Schools' after-school robotics program are using Mercy Medical Center as their incubator to dream up new ideas for improving robotic surgery technology, while media arts students at Alliance High School are teaming up with Alliance merchants to create commercials for local businesses. Connecting students to area companies allows them to put their talents to work in a real-life setting while learning more about Stark County.• Thanks to the generosity of our community, nearly 15 underprivileged fifth-graders will have the opportunity to explore our nation's capital this May with the Massillon Police Department.Stark Community Foundation is the community’s truste... (Canton Repository)