Poetry In Bloom
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3043 Nutley Street
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Jan 25, 2019
What Marin’s landscape pros plan to do in their own gardens this year - Marin Independent Journal
So what are these landscape pros planning for themselves in 2019?Eric and Silvina Blasen, Fairfax
Eric and Silvina Blasen, principals of Blasen Landscape Architecture (blasengardens.com) in San Anselmo, a company that has designed both commercial and residential projects for more than 25 years, have lived in Fairfax for almost as long.
Their lovely garden was featured in the 2017 book, “Private Gardens of the Bay Area” (Monacelli Press), but it's still an ongoing process for the Blasens.
"Our New Year resolution is a continuation of our commitment to reduce our water use," says Silvina, a noted plantswoman.
When the couple cut the overhead irrigation system a few years ago, they removed some ivy from garden walls. "We need to establish some new planting on walls and our steep slope called for serious retention."
That's where they have planted mainly manzanitas, Arctostaphylos standfordiana, A. ‘Pacific Mist, A. bakeri, and A. ‘Emerald Carpet,’ she says.
"For color we added euphorbia ‘Chameleum,’ salvia clevelandii ‘Winifed Gilman,’ orange hybrid monkey flowers ‘Jelly Bean' and California fuchsia ‘Everett's Choi... Nov 15, 2018
Holiday craft fairs in Marin County
Faire features more than 55 booths showcasing wreaths, ornaments and specialty foods, and a raffle. 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 7; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 8.
Fairfax Pavilion: 142 Bolinas Road, Fairfax; fxcraftfaire.com. Dec. 8: The ninth annual Fairfax Craft Faire features handmade products. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Marin: 240 Channing Way, San Rafael; a href="http://hulaon... Oct 26, 2018
Narcotics professor, florist found faith
Sale loved the work, but after a while was laid off. Her friend encouraged her to work with
detoxing adults at Fairfax Hospital. She told her friend, "I work with babies;
I don't know how to work with adults.' She said, ‘Same thing, they just talk.'
" So Sale became licensed through the state as a substance abuse treatment
provider. As her interests and career aspirations grew, her time in the
classroom did, too. In 2000, she earned her bachelor's in social work and a
master's in counseling education in 2005, both from George Mason University in
Fairfax. Sale has worked in mental health, in a
treatment center for youths and in an outpatient facility. One memorable job
was working for the state with pregnant inmates in the five county jails of
Northern Virginia. "I was doing social work and counseling
groups and case management. The stories you heard were horrific," she said. But
she also witnessed amazing transformations - inmates who now are married with
children or who own businesses. "I've run into multiple people that I've helped
and they said, ‘We looked for you.' There are three women I have known for
years," she said.Working in jails piqued her interest in
the criminal justice system and prison management. One of her most recent
educational pursuits was attending the Drug Enforcement Administration training
academy at Quantico. "I can run through a range, I can break down a door," she
said with a laugh. She volunteers at Prince William County Adult Detention
Center with the crisis intervention team, a group that serves inmates with
mental health problems. She's proud of
the way the jail guards and staff treat the inmates. Sale said that of the 1,000
inmates, 35 percent have mental health issues. Soon, there will be a wing of
the jail to accommodate them. "It is the most humane, respectful place
I've ever worked," she said of the jail. She even takes her students on tours
of the facility as part of the class she teaches at NOVA, Narcotics and
Dangerous Drugs. "I'm teaching my students that if you treat someone the right
way, you won't have half the battles," she said. That philosophy extends to the way she
interacts with everyone, including her students. At the beginning of the school
year, she tells them she's happy they chose to take her class. She gives out her
cell phone number. Sale knows she won't get inundated with calls, and it lets
the students know she's there for them. "What if they need me?" sh... Aug 17, 2018
Summer Sun, Summer Flowers
Summer Sun, Summer Flowers," an exhibit featuring Salt-Fired Pottery by Marianne Cordyack of Reston and Photography by Gerry Gantt of Fairfax.
A Meet the Artists Reception will be held on Saturday, August 11, from 1:00 to 4:00 p. m. The exhibit runs August 7 through September 3.
"Common Sunflowers and Bumblebee" by Gerry Gantt
The gallery is open 11:00 a. m. – 5:00 p. m. daily (except major holidays), and is located at 309 Mill Street in Historic Occoquan. For more information contact the gallery at 703-494-0584 or at theartistsundertaking.com.
The gallery has extended summer hours through August, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, staying open until 8:00 p. m.
... Jul 14, 2017
Barbara White Lord, 86, lent her flower-arranging skills to make worship centers a place of beauty
She was in the Hampton Junior Women’s Club, the Hampton Roads Junior League, several Garden Clubs, and was a volunteer “pink lady” at the Fairfax Hospital.Her major efforts were visible in the various Methodist churches in which she was a member, whether as a Sunday school teacher, member or officer in the United Methodist Women, or member or chair of committees and as a church lay leader. She also served on the Board of the Virginia United Methodist Assembly Center and the Virginia Council of Churches. She was a charter member of Messiah United Methodist Church in Springfield, Va., and was thrilled when the youth center there was named in honor of her and her husband for their dedicated service. Her favorite church job, however, was serving on altar guilds, where she used her flower-arranging skills to make the worship centers a place of beauty.She was also a wonderful cook and a skilled seamstress and later discovered a talent for painting with her beautiful seascapes finding a cherished place in the homes of each of her family members. As her children reached maturity, she found a place to take her talents to a new level as administrative assistant at the Annandale United Methodist Church, where she directed a staff of this large and growing congregation.When she moved to Williamsburg, she joined Chapter BA of the PEO Sisterhood and enjoyed the many activities with these wonderful friends. Her final years were spent in the Williamsburg Landing, a retirement community where she made many more acquaintances and enriched the lives of those she met with her joyful spirit and friendly greetings. The family is most appreciative of the loving care provided to her by the staff of the Woodhaven nursing facility.A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 8, at Williamsburg United Methodist Church, with a reception to follow.In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to the Williamsburg United Methodist Church or to a charity of your choice.Share online condolences with the family at nelsencares.com.Comments... (Williamsburg Yorktown Daily)May 7, 2017
Eastwood gardener getting ready for flurry of visitors
Ms. Rexrode also works three days a week at Oak Hill mansion near Leesburg and weekends at Merrifield Garden Center in Fairfax. She previously owned Windy Hill Plant Farm, a garden center near Aldie, for 25 years. “I could never have an indoor job,” Ms. Rexrode says. “For me it was the growing, the nurturing. I look at a plant and want it to grow better.”The Warrenton Garden Club will host the local tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, April 26-27.Besides Eastwood, the tour will feature three other homes — Hopefield, Huntley Hall, Loretta — and Airlie House and Gardens.“It’s a fun way to grab a friend and come out for the day and visit a couple houses you’ve driven by and not had the chance to go to,” says Kathleen Nevill, chairman of the Warrenton Garden Club tour.Member comments
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Friday, May 5
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