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8023 Dibble Ave Nw
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Flowers and Gifts News
Mar 29, 2019
Super bloom takes off at LAX, but you have to be on a plane to see it - Los Angeles Times
At eye level, the blooms are patchy in places and dense in others. “On a flight to or from Seattle, 95% of them are on the north complex,” Buchanan said. Fliers arriving or leaving on north complex runways 24L and 24R should look down to enjoy the show. (There’s no public access to the fields between active airport runways.)... Mar 15, 2019
Community calendar: Love in the Market, Green River Glass Show, Northwest Flower & Garden Festival - The Seattle Times
Sunday; live octopus release, noon Saturday; divers swim with an octopus in the Window on Washington Waters exhibit, noon Sunday, Seattle Aquarium, 1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle; $19.95-$29.95, ages 3 and younger free (206-386-4300 or seattleaquarium.org).
Homeward Pet 29th Birthday Adoption Weekends
SAT-SUN Pet adoption discounts, noon-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Homeward Pet Adoption Center, 13132 N.E. 177th Place, Woodinville (425-488-4444 or homewardpet.org).
PNA Wine Tasting
SAT Ten tastes of wine, appetizers, music, wine store; proceeds benefit PNA activities and programs, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Phinney Neighborhood Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N, Seattle; $25-$30, $10/designated driver (206-783-2244 or phinneycenter.org/calendar/pna-wine-taste-19).
Most Read Entertainment StoriesSAT Art auction to benefit Schack Art Center programs, 5 p.m. Saturday, Angel Of The Winds Arena, 2000 Hewitt Ave., Everett; $135-$150 (425-259-5050 or schack.org).
Gung Haggis Fat Choy
SUN Cross-cultural event celebrates the 260th birthday of Scottish poet Robert Burns and Chinese New Year with dinner, entertainment including bagpipes and Lion Dance; proceeds benefit Chinese and Scottish youth music, dance and martial arts scholarship programs; 4 p.m. Feb. 24, China Harbor Restaurant, 2040 Westlake Ave. N., Seattle; $45 by reservation (gunghaggisfatchoy-seattle.com).
Reins of Life Auction
PLAN AHEAD Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Cent... Dec 14, 2018
Japanese Artist Mariko Maita Creates Unique Art from Pressed Flowers - GraysHarborTalk
Artistically gifted and trained by an artist renowned in Japan, Mariko Maita came to Seattle to get married at the age of 28. After raising two children and working hard in oyster farming and housekeeping to supplement the family's income, she finally found time to resume her art after retiring from her job.Mariko's unique and exquisite flower pictures, as she calls them, are graceful and delicate. A representation of a flower basket is built up from an abundance of pressed blossoms. In another composition, hummingbirds with bodies made from pressed dahlias hover under a sprig of fuchsias.
"I always make the hummingbirds much smaller than they are, very tiny," she points out. Their understated size looks just right. In many of Mariko's creations, the pressed flowers are functioning as a textured kind of paint. One needs to look twice to detect the individual petals used. A pair of bald eaglets practicing their first flight is worked like this. The flowers give them an appropriate feathery appearance. Butterflies are a favorite with customers. With these, she abandons a... Nov 28, 2018
Community calendar: Ballard Holiday Fest, Museum First Thursday and more - The Seattle Times
Dec. 8, Christianson's Nursery, 15806 Best Road, Mount Vernon; $8, preregister (360-466-3821 or christiansonsnursery.com).
Winter Holidays at Seattle Aquarium
SAT-MON Diving Santa, story times, holiday concerts, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Monday and Dec. 7-10, 14-17, 21-24, The Seattle Aquarium, 1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle; $19.95-$29.95, ages 3 and younger free (206-386-4300 or seattleaquarium.org).
SAFE Holiday Open House
SUN Farm tours, holiday photos with mini horses, kids activities, craft bazaar; proceeds benefit Save a Forgotten Equine (SAFE) horse rescue; noon-4 p.m. Sunday, Safe Harbor Stables, 10407 192nd Ave. N.E., Redmond (safehorses.org/news-updates/upcoming-events/).
PLAN AHEAD Holiday cookie sale to benefit Seattle Milk Fund, while supplies last, 11 a.m. Dec. 8, Seattle Center Armory, Seattle (seattlemilkfund.org).
Jingle Bell Run
PLAN AHEAD 12K, 5K, one mile runs, includes jingle bells, entertainment, Holiday Cheer Garden, costume contest, benefits The Arthritis Foundation, 8 a.m. Dec. 9, Westlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle; $45-$70, additional fundraising suggested (206-413-6858 or /events.arthritis.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=cms.page&id=1615&eventID=649).
Danish Christmas Beer Fest
FRI Inspired by J-dag (Christmas brew day) in Denmark; taste Christmas brews, cider, and aquavit, Danish Christmas treats, nonalcoholic beverages, 7 p.m. Friday, Seattle Danish Center, 1833 N. 105th St., Seattle; $10-$25, preregister (206-523-3263 or /northwestdanish. Nov 15, 2018
Ask Amy: I told him no flowers, but he never listens
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Florida's popular Clearwater Beach. (TripAdvisor)p class="slide-captio... Aug 17, 2018
The power of flowers: Donna Clark brightens residents' days with beautiful blooms
Heritage House at the Market near Pike Place Market in Seattle, which was the first assisted living facility in the state.
When Clark and her husband moved to Northeast Tacoma from the Seatac area, she started visiting residents at Avalon, 135 S. 336th St.
One of the residents she visited often talked about how much she loved flowers, so Clark started bringing some from her own garden to the woman.
Soon her flower deliveries grew – just like her garden, which is comprised primarily of dahlias.
"It is just my passion," Clark said of visiting the residents and delivering flowers. "It is something that makes me think of the little things. Sometimes when you have given up a lot of other things like your home and you don't really have a lot of say of what goes on in your life, it just comforts the person that receives the flowers."
Delivering the flowers gives Clark a chance to visit with the residents.
"Most of the people I have been giving flowers to have vases," she said. "I don't do the arrangements here at my house. I take the flowers there in buckets. If the people are able to, I let them choose (the flowers). … They will often talk about what kind flowers they grew and which kind they like the best. Or they tell you stories about what their husband did to their flowers, if they ran over them or something."
Although she primarily delivers flowers to women, there are a few men who receive the blooms.
"Sometimes the men want them to give to staff," she said.
Clark said it is rewarding to give back to the community and encourages others to do the same.
"Just the joy of seeing people when you walk in the door," she said. "(They say) ‘Oh, I am so glad to see you, so glad you came."
The staff at the care center also enjoys Clark's deliveries.
"They love that," she said. "They love the flowers. Often they will ask what are the flowers, because they don't know or they will ask where I got them."
Clark said she plans to continue delivering flowers as long as she is able.
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