Florists in Bearden, AR
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Bearden Flower Shops
131 1St St Nw
Bearden, AR 71720
Bearden AR News
Apr 6, 2018
Ten About Town: Live music, flowers, several school productions
Old City. Headliners include Dr. Dog, the Mowglie's, and more. Tickets available at Talented theater students at Bearden Middle School have spent the past five months preparing for their upcoming production of "Into The Woods, Jr." Performances will be Friday and Saturday night at 7 pm at the Bearden Middle School Theater. Tickets range from $5 to $7. As part of the Dogwood Arts Festival, you can now experience 12 guided hikes this season through historic parks or through the woods to see beautiful wildfires among the dogwood trees. Guided hikes will go on now through May 26. The Knoxville Ice Bears host the Pensacola Ice Flyers on Friday at 7:30 pm at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum. Motown The Musical is playing at the Tennessee Theatre on Friday through Sunday. Tickets range from $44 to $84, and performances are Friday at 6 pm, Saturday at 2 pm and 8 pm, and Sunday at 1:30 pm and 7 pm. The Navitat ziplining park at Ijams Nature Center is lighting up its treetops with twinkling lights for 'Navitat at Night.' During the spring season, Navitat at Night will be offered every Friday and Saturday night. The event lasts from 6 pm to 8 pm and costs $34.95 to $44.95 depending on your age. The University of Tennessee baseball team hosts the University of Florida this weekend at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Games are Friday at 6:30 pm, Saturday at 6 pm, and Sunday at noon. The South-Doyle High School Choral Department presents 'Annie' this weekend at the high school auditorium at 2020 Tipton Station Road. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 pm. Ticket prices range from $7 to $12. Learn how to wow your dinner guests by making your own wine. A local winemaker will be teaching the basics of winemaking at Ijams Nature Center on Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm. The cost of the event is $25. If you're interested in building a cabin or decorating your home with rustic lodge-style furniture, you might want to check out the Log Home & Timber Frame show in Gatlinburg on Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $15 per person if you purchase them online and $20 if you buy them at the door at the Sevierville Convention Center. Join a park ranger for a bike ride down the Melton Lake Greenway in Oak Ridge on Friday at 10 am. The ride will begin at Elza Gate Park, and rangers will make several stops along the ride to point out the history of Oak Ridge. For more information, contact the Manhattan Project National Historical Park at (865) 482-1942 Saturday, April 7thThe Oak Ridge Civic Ballet Association is performing an original ballet inspired by "Into the Woods," on Saturday at 2 pm and 7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for anyone under the age of 18. Volunteers are needed to help clean up Tennessee battlefields and historic sites on Saturday including the Mabry-Hazen House in Knoxville where volunteers will pull weeds and help plant flowers in the gardens. For a list of participating Park Day sites and...Mar 16, 2017
Rippavilla Plantation to host first annual lawn and garden show
Trimble of the Maury County Master Gardeners Club will be presenting “Sow What,” a tutorial for springtime planting.Rippavilla board member Greg Bearden will hold a workshop on Smartphone Photography at noon, Saturday.At 2 p.m. the same day, Spring Hill High School Agriculture instructor Gwynne Evans will be presenting a lecture, “Beekeeping 101.”Sunday, March 26 will feature a noon class, “Bugs Are Good,” by Stephanie Haseltine of Six Forty Homestead of Hampshire.The Spring Hill Parks and Recreation Department will be on hand to provide children’s activities including a prize of seeds to take home and plant. A hayride will also be available.“While the parents are shopping, the kids will have something to keep them busy,” Purdue said.At least one food vendor is already signed on, Pappy’s Porch Catering of Hampshire.“They sell everything from hot dogs, lemonade, nachos, cookies, just anything you can think of,” Tomlinson said.The Bearden Group of Keller-Williams Realty will be operating a booth that will be offering giveaways.The Rippavilla Plantation Society will also be giving away seedlings to the first 500 visitors.The plantation is also offering a special price admission for the event.“The admission is only $5 per person. If you want to go through the mansion, there’s a special package you can buy for the dates — $10 to tour the mansion and the lawn and garden show. Typically, just for the house is $12. You can take in two events at one time. So it really is a great day to come out,” Purdue said.Tours of the mansion at 5700 Main St. in Spring Hill vary as not every tour guide gives the same tour. Each tour guide has their own interests they emphasize, making each tour a unique, unscripted and personalized experience. Topics can vary from the social histories of the Cheairs family who built and lived in the mansion, to a focus on the military history and role of the mansion during the Civil War.The show will be the first of what’s projected to be an annual event.“It’s what you need to sow in your backyard to get that magazine backyard that you want. This appeals to everybody in this area. It’s what we’re hoping to get these people in here to get them to appreciate and support the plantation and become regular visitors,” Purdue said.“Columbia has a lawn and garden show. Nashville has a lawn and garden show. Franklin has one, too. With the growth that Spring Hill has, it’s time for Spring Hill to have its own,” Tomlinson said. (Columbia Daily Herald)Sep 21, 2016
News of Record for Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016
John James Robertson III, 34, Port Orange, court violation (5).
SUITS: Vivian Bray v. Emilio Gonzalo, auto negligence; Robert Bearden v. Moease A. Brooks, auto negligence; Wells Fargo Bank NA v. Jeremy S. Baker, real property; Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. v. Kevin D. Hawkinberry, real property; Wells Fargo Bank NA v. Martyn Rivera, real property; Oldsmar Retail Development LLC v. Superior Detail & Auto Center, in excess of $15,000; Bank of America NA v. any unknown parties of Gary L. Matthews, real property; James G. Holmes v. State of Florida, habeas corpus; Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. David L. Hollway, real property; William J. Logue III v. Kathleen S. Anderson, other circuit civil.
MARRIAGES: Stephanie N. Bennett, Port Orange, and Matthew R. Hall, Ormond Beach; Jose M. Chavez and Dalsten A. Deilus, DeBary; Ali L. Botet and Parker J. Henderson, Orange City; Erick S. Noyola and Milca Rivera, Deltona; Alexander F. Willard, Dallas, Georgia, and Hayley-Anne R. Todd, Deltona; Michelle Guirand and Fedel Pierre, Deltona; Gregory P. French and Carmela T. Mitchell, South Daytona; Karen D. Dewoody and Mario J. Reda Jr., New Smyrna Beach; Nicole M. Grzybowski and Bruce Baker, South Daytona; William F. Romick and James J. Young, Edgewater; Jeran C. Hoobler, Daytona Beach, and Jessica B. Terry, Martin, Georgia; Shira Nizan and Austin R. Rand, Holly Hill; Shanice T. Brockington and Kevin L. Hill, Daytona Beach; Alwayne Y. Wright and Darra L. Perry, Daytona Beach; Ivana E. Arciniega and Juan C. Feliciano, Deltona; Christopher A. Machardy and Kayleigh S. Jones, Pierson; Sarah Mercado and Francisco A. Suarez, Orange City; Ronald W. Smith and Caryn L. Alvarez, DeLand; Tiffany N. Bates and Marvin D. Harbin, Port Orange; Angelique S. Adams and Walter C. Johnson Jr., Ormond Beach; Xiang Zheng and Jun Zheng, Port Orange; Craig J. Distefano and Patricia A. Moore, DeLand.
MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS STARTED: Lisa A. v. Kevin Robertson; Izabel v. Giluandro Madureira; Melenie Diaz O'Connell v. Jeffry K. O'Connell; Rickey S. v. Toni L. Buckler; Jason A. v. Tiffany A. Tomsey.
MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS GRANTED: Sean A. and Jessica M. Baum; Mark Shealy and Cynthia Trenary; Cipriano A. and Violet M. Lopez; Gary C. and Jill M. Lurkins; Anthony W. Russell and Rhonda A. Lamb Russell; Neville A. Scott and Sharma Blair; Richard S. Montanez and Marie Y. Mercado; Maurico and Melissa Beasley; Samuel Magahaes Batista and Regina M. Krull Decarvalho; James Chambers and Rebecca Burnham; James D. and Alexandra Hess; Helen E. and Jeffery T. Houlihan; Nancy E. and James D. Persinger; Sydney C. and Tyler M. Loftus; David and Juana Crespo.
(Daytona Beach News-Journal)Aug 15, 2016
Friday's Sports Transactions
AL — Announced senior men's basketball F Charles Buggs is transferring from Minnesota.
WESTERN KENTUCKY — Announced junior men's basketball G Lamonte Bearden is transferring from Buffalo.
(The San Diego Union-Tribune)Feb 3, 2016
ROUNDUP: The Woodlands tops Kingwood in District 16-6A
Magnolia 52, Waller 37
Senior Hannah Coyle led the Lady Bulldogs to a District 19-5A victory with 15 points and seven rebounds. Katie Dalton and Lexi Bearden each had 10 points and six rebounds as the Lady Bulldogs improve to 13-10 over and remain tied for first place in district play at 8-1.
Montgomery 31, Klein 29
The Lady Bears entered a big District 15-6A win as they hung on to the lead throughout the fourth quarter with a 6-for-7 effort from the line.
Veronica Thayer led Montgomery (4-5 in district play) with 15 points, nine rebounds and three steals. Da’Trinique Jones had seven points and a season-high 16 rebounds. Mallory Talbert had 11 rebounds and three steals to go along with two points.
A&M Consolidated 71, Willis 45
Willis got off to a slow start in a District 18-5A game with just 16 first-half points. Kindallyn Reece and DeSeanna Murphy each had 14 points to lead Willis, which drops to 2-7 in district play.
Covenant Christian 43, Frassati Catholic 39
The Lady Cougars won their fourth straight TAPPS District 8-2A win. Juniors Petri Louise deJager had 16 points and eight boards while Jean-Mari deJager added six points, 11 rebounds and seven steals. Freshman Laine Harper had nine points, seven rebounds and five assists. Mady Kumpula had two 3s for six points. Covenant Christian is 15-7 on the year.
Livingston 33, Caney Creek 30
The Lady Panthers had a couple late opportunities to tie the game but couldn’t get a good shot off. Esme Medniola led Caney Creek with eight points. The Lady Panthers fall to 0-9 in District 18-5A.
The Woodlands 3, Mansfield 2
The Woodlands pulled out a 3-2 win over Mansfield on the second day of the Governor’s Cup in Georgetown Friday.
Sommer Stanley put the Lady Highlanders up 1-0 with a goal off a free kick in the 12th minute.
Grace Piper made it 2-0 with a header and Kate McCullough scored her sixth goal of the season off a corner to make it a 3-1 game.
Mansfield rallied to make it 3-2 in the second half, but The Woodlands held on for the win.
The Lady Highlanders are 1-0-1 for the weekend and will play the reigning state champions Coppell Saturday.
John Tyler 3, Oak Ridge 1
Logan Aucoin tied the game at 1-1 with his goal in the second half before the Lions scored two unanswered goals for the win. The War Eagles continue the Lufkin Showcase Saturday with a 10 a.m. game against Beaumont Westbrook.
(Your Houston News)