Florists in Altoona, WI
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Altoona Flower Shops
Altoona WI News
Nov 28, 2018
A 'festive holiday experience' | News, Sports, Jobs - Altoona Mirror
Ho Ho Expo at The Grand Hotel from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 25.“The Altoona Grand is the perfect venue to offer a holiday shopping experience,” said Candy Holliday, event marketing manager of the Altoona Mirror. “The hotel is decorated beautifully for the holidays putting you in the holiday spirit from the moment you enter. Christmas trees are beautifully lit and decorated throughout the venue, brunch, lunch and dinner specials, complimentary hot beverages or a glass of wine will be offered to our shoppers.”
Attendees will enjoy free parking and free admission to the hotel at 1 Sheraton Drive, Altoona.
“Unlike other vendor events,” said Holliday, “it will be a very festive holiday experience that our guests will want to make a tradition with family and friends. Shoppers will definitely be able to cross off some people from their lists and will also find something for themselves.”
A very special guest, Santa, will be available from noon to 2 p.m. and again from 4 to 6 p.m. for photos and visits.
Vendors attending hail from across Pennsylvania and include crafters, direct sales companies and businesses.
Claysburg business owner Jill Knisely who owns Simply Celebrating Crafts & Gifts said she has participated in several Altoona Mirror marketi... Jul 26, 2018
Altoona, Meet your Market: River Prairie hosts new Monday farmers market
Monday Jul. 23rd, 2018Lauren Fisher
The very first Altoona farmers market opened for business Monday, July 23 at River Prairie Park. In an attempt to balance existing markets rather than compete with them, the new weekly event will take place in the evenings from 4-7pm. This will allow shoppers to grab locally grown groceries on the way home from work, just in time for supper. The market is scheduled to run every week through the end of October, with the exception of Labor Day.
Roy Atkinson, management analyst for the City of Altoona, is one of the market's organizers, along with Debra Goldbach, recreation manager. The market idea has been thrown around for some time, according to Atkinson, but the supportive response to the vendor market of the June P10 festival indicated that people were excited about the idea. "It really put a hop in our step to get it going," he said.
"I think it's the perfect space to have a farmer's market," Atkinson said. Organizers expect 8-10 vendors at each market, featuring flowers, vegetables, meat, and bak... Apr 27, 2017
New East Village flower shop offers bouquets, gift baskets, home decor and more
She also is offering delivery in the Des Moines area.VanZuuk had been a florist in Grundy Center before relocating to Altoona last fall.Antheia is the Greek goddess of flowers. Her business partner, Richard Zubulake, is of Greek heritage.The shop is open Monday through Saturday.Call 515-868-1788, visit theflowergalleria.com or find it on Facebook.Read or Share this story: http://dmreg.co/2ovFc3F... (DesMoinesRegister.com)Apr 13, 2017
Late holiday offers a boost
Consumers are expected to spend $5.8 billion on food.People in the Altoona area enjoy holiday buffets, said Rachel Lenhart, general manager of the Altoona Grand Hotel.“We have found that people in this area enjoy coming out on Easter to spend time with their family without cooking and cleaning up; it is very convenient,” Lenhart said. “We are changing things up a little bit this year; it is more like a brunch. We will have a create your own omelet station and will also feature carved prime rib.”The buffet will be open from 10:30 a.m.to 2:30 p.m., and reservations are suggested, Lenhart said.“Easter is a huge family celebration day compared to Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. It is a family celebration. People don’t want to stay at home and cook and entertain. That is the way society is going,” said Victoria Mirenda, general manager of The Casino at Lakemont Park and Snappy Chef.The Casino expects a crowd of about 325 for their buffet which will be served form 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Reservations are strongly suggested, she said.Some of the featured items include prime rib, salmon and crispy leek encrusted chicken with a maple cider vinegar sauce.“We will have dishes you don’t normally see. They are specialty items with specialty sauces. Our desserts are worth the trip. They are all homemade by our pastry chef from scratch,” Mirenda said.Prime Sirloin Restaurant at the Meadows Intersection and U.S. Hotel Tavern in Hollidaysburg will be offering traditional Easter buffets, said Don Delozier, who owns both businesses.Prime Sirloin’s buffet will be available from 11 a.m. to 5... (Altoona Mirror)Mar 23, 2017
Going Dutch: Philly Flower Show promises to teach and awe
Pennsylvania Convention Center.“It’s nature on steroids,” said Barbara Hollander, coordinator for the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in Altoona, which has booked a charter bus to take a group on March 14. “I feel like art comes in many forms, and there’s certainly nothing more beautiful than nature.”The typically stunning entrance garden will not disappoint this year, said PHS President Matt Rader.“You are going to be completely wowed and inspired,” he said. “You’re going to come in and see a garden with 30,000 bulbs and overhead a suspended flower field with thousands and thousands of floral arrangements.”Other features near the entrance will include bridges, canals and water gardens.“And that really is just the beginning,” Rader continued. “The whole show is wow after wow.”The show will celebrate the Dutch culture, from its vibrant flower fields to its innovative eco-design and environmental sustainability, illustrated most famously with its windmills, one of the earliest uses of natural energy.The Dutch have “really been a great partner” in the show, Rader said, and will give attendees two surprises. One is the introduction of a new tulip that has taken 19 years to develop; the name will be announced at the flower show’s preview party on Friday, but it won’t be on display because of its fragility, he said.The other, the Dutch Ecodome, is making its first trip outside Europe. Award-winning landscape architect Nico Wissing designed it as a showcase for green technologies during a gathering of European Union leaders in 2016 in Amsterdam, according to a flower show pres... (Altoona Mirror)Aug 15, 2016
Saturday's Sports Transactions
PHILLIES — Optioned 3B Cody Asche to Lehigh Valley (IL). Reinstated OF Peter Bourjos from the 15-day DL.
PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Sent C Chris Stewart to Altoona (EL) for a rehab assignment.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Placed OF Matt Holliday on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Friday. Selected the contract of RHP Luke Weaver from Memphis (PCL). Transferred LHP Tyler Lyons to the 60-day DL.
SAN DIEGO PADRES — Optioned LHP Buddy Baumann to El Paso (PCL). Selected the contract of RHP Brandon Morrow from El Paso. Transferred INF Cory Spangenberg to the 60-day DL.
WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Released RHP Jonathan Papelbon. Recalled RHP Reynaldo Lopez from Syracuse (IL).
GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS — Signed INF Rob Alonso.
JOPLIN BLASTERS — Signed INF Cie Arell. Released INF Greyson Bogden.
TEXAS AIRHOGS — Signed OF Kenny Peoples-Walls. Released INF Anderson Hidalgo and OF Teo Martinez.
WINNIPEG GOLDEYES — Released RHP Kyle Lotzkar.
NEW JERSEY JACKALS — Released RHP Andres Santiago and LHP Ron Schreurs.
EVANSVILLE OTTERS — Signed RHP J.R. Edwards.
LAKE ERIE CRUSHERS — Released LHP Mike Devine.
SCHAUMBURG BOOMERS — Traded RHP Josh Heddinger to Lake Erie.
National Football League
CHICAGO BEARS — Waived OL Dan Buchholz and Donovan Williams. Signed OL Khaled Holmes and Shelley Smith.
NEW YORK JETS — Signed RB Lache Seastrunk. Waived/injured RB Matthew Tucker.
THOROUGHBRED RACING ASSOCIATION — Announced the retirement of executive vice president Christopher Scherf, effective October.
(The San Diego Union-Tribune)