Florists in Appleton, WI
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Appleton Flower Shops
1680 N Casaloma Dr
Appleton, WI 54913
3100 N Richmond St
Appleton, WI 54911
Appleton WI News
Aug 10, 2017
Changes mark this year's Bridge of Flowers race
Shelburne Falls for the day or for the weekend.This year’s race has a new director, Carole Appleton. Also a new “garland of pennants” will be installed to replace the traditional helium balloon arch. Local artist Jane Beatrice Wegscheider, director of The Art Garden has designed both the artwork that adorns this year’s T-shirt and hand-painted canvas banners fluttering near the finish line.“I’m handpainting repurposed canvas that we found,” said Wegscheider. She said the instillation will include five tiers of brightly colored triangles and strips along the scaffolding that are “more ecological than the helium balloons.” Also, the pennant garland can be reused in future years.“They really wanted to move away from the helium,” she said. The pennants won’t be installed until the early morning hours before the race. It will be something new for the locals who watch the race year after year.Appleton said walk-in registration on Saturday begins at 7 a.m. The Steve Lewis Subaru Charity 3K Run and Walk starts at 8:15 a.m., and the 10K Classic starts at the Iron Bridge at 9 a.m.The Iron Bridge and Bridge Street will be closed to traffic throughout the morning and some roadways may be closed while a race is in progress.This year, the male and female race winners within each age group will be given prizes. There will be a post-race awards ceremony at the observation deck, ove... (The Recorder)Apr 13, 2017
Local project plants seeds of kindness with bouquets
Brubaker hopes that it continues to catch on around Madison and beyond.She knows that the project has made its way into Appleton and Wauwatosa as well as Minnesota and a college in Maryland — where a group of freshmen made it into a day-long project.Perhaps one day it will be a national or international ende... (Madison.com)Oct 5, 2016
Stephen (Steve) Robert Hanson, Roseville, MI/once Janesville, WI
Thomas (Kathy) Hanson of Wellington, FL and E.J. Hanson of La Crosse, WI; sisters: JoEllen (Patrick) Gavin of Delavan, WI, Debra (Al) Rebman of Appleton, WI, LuAnn (Chuck) Roth of Onalaska, WI; and many cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Jane Ann; and grandson, Isaac Max Benton Morgan. He was a loving husband, father, friend, and person, and his hearty laugh and smile will be missed by many.
Memorial service and visitation will be at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 313 East Wall St, Janesville, WI; on Saturday, October 8th from 10:30 a.m. until noon. In lieu of flowers, donations may also be made to The National League for POW/MIA Families, at: 5673 Columbia Pike Ste-100, Fall’s Church, VA 22041.
... (Gazettextra)May 3, 2016
Birthday: Kister, 90th
Kister was also awarded the Thanks Award from the Girl Scouts for managing its recycling center for six years.
Kister has three children: James of Appleton, and Peggy (John) Moore and Julie (Mark) Celeste of Racine. He has nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
(Journal Times)Apr 28, 2016
Apr 26, 2016 in Sports: Women's tennis senior day, overshadowed by weather
The Appleton Tennis Center is one of the premier college tennis facilities in the country. Unfortunately, Boise State’s women’s tennis team had to end their careers indoors at the nearby Boas Tennis Center.
The final home match for Bronco seniors Megan LaLone, Bobby Oshiro and Teal Vosburgh was a memorable day as the Broncos, 12-9, battled back to take the match over Utah State, 4-3.
“Up and down the lineup, that’s why we won this match,” said head coach Beck Roghaar. “We’re understanding that it’s going to take every single person getting their job done. That’s why we won both of our matches last week, too. We’re putting it together and understanding that it takes all of us to accomplish our goals.”
Before the match got underway, Roghaar spoke in a emotional tone as he talked about each one of his seniors. All three senior Broncos were given flowers as families came onto the court to share the moment with there daughters.
After the ceremonies ended, Megan Lalone and doubles partner Naomi ...Apr 22, 2016
Calendar Listings for the Week beginning April 21
Fri. & Sat., April 29 & 30, and 2 and 6 p.m. shows on Sun., May 1. $5 tix: 563-3424, AtTheLincoln.org.• Kid and Calf Hugging Day in Appleton, Sat., April 30, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. See kid goats at Appleton Creamery on Gurneytown Road and buffalo calves at ME Water Buffalo Co. on Old County Road. FMI: MEWaterBuffaloCo.com.• Maypole Dance & Cohousing Open House, Sat., April 30, noon-5 p.m., Belfast Cohousing & Ecovillage, Village Rd., off Tufts Rd., Belfast. Maypole dance led by Ellen Gawler, homecooked hors d’oeuvres, musical jam session. FMI: MaineCohousing.org.• Dance Party with Primo Cubano, Sat., April 30, Rockport Opera House. Salsa dance lessons and demos, snacks, cash bar by 40 Paper. Doors open 7 p.m. Band plays 8 p.m. $20 adv. tix: Zoot Coffee in Camden, Belfast Dance Studio, Ashwood Waldorf School in Rockport. $25 at the door. Benefits the school.• Midcoast Rainbow Run for All Ages, Sun., May 1, 8:30 a.m., Peopleplace, 69 Union St., Camden. Untimed 5K. Raffles, bake sale, prizes. Registration fees be... (Freepress Online)