Florists in Coolidge, AZ
Find local Coolidge, Arizona florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Coolidge and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
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Mar 19, 2020
Vintage SoCal: An early bloomer in Pasadena’s Poppy Peak district - Los Angeles Times
William Carr, who mapped out the residential lots and built his own home. The Roaring ‘20s were well underway, Calvin Coolidge was president and a first-class stamp cost 2 cents.An early Carr neighbor built this Spanish Colonial in 1929. Stylistically, it is somewhat of a rarity among the historic district’s defining Modernist houses, designed by architects including Richard Neutra and Lyman Ennis, that sprang up from the 1930s through the 1960s.The restored and updated multistory home is walled and gated at the street with a front-facing garage. The new garage door is an exact replica of the original.
A gated garden patio with an outdoor fireplace leads to the front door. Inside, the 2,856 square feet of living space features vintage architectural details such as interior archways, wood-beamed ceilings and wood floors. Balconies and banks of windows bring in views of the San Gabriel Mountains.Among the living spaces are an open living room, a sunroom/office, a formal dining room, an updated kitchen, a butler’s pantry, a wine cellar, an artist’s studio/gym, four bedrooms and four bathrooms.The lower level has additional entrances, a second kitchen, a utility room and storage.Upgrades include seismic and foundation work, air conditioning,... Nov 15, 2018
WWI Memorial to light up in projection of poppy flowers to begin Armistice Day commemorations
Revolution tolled each day the United States was fully involved in the Great War from 1917 to 1918. The same bell rang in 1926 when President Calvin Coolidge dedicated the national memorial in Kansas City. "The reality is that the world in which live today was shaped and birthed by WWI. You can't consider the American Century without considering the place WWI played in drawing the US out of our previously more isolated position and onto the world stage where it became a military, industrial, and financial powerhouse that really laid the foundation for the next 100 years," Naylor said. For information on other events throughout the week, visit the memorial's website here. -
... Jul 27, 2017
Pick your own flower bouquet at the Stevens-Coolidge Place
NORTH ANDOVER — Brighten your days with fresh flowers from The Stevens-Coolidge Place's recently opened Flower Fields Cutting Garden.The flower cutting garden will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday from now until mid-October. In addition to pick-your-own standards like zinnias, cosmos and rudbeckia, visitors will find new varieties to add pop and flair to their bouquets. Please note there is a fee to cut flowers and picking is only available at the flower cutting garden during pick-your-own hours. The cost is $5 per 10 stems for Trustees members, and $10 for 10 stems for non-members. Be sure to stop by the tent to pick up scissors, a cup, and water before starting your bouquet. Extend your visit and explore the other Stevens-Coolidge gardens including a French Potager Garden, Rose Garden, and Perennial Garden. The gardens are full of fun adventures for all ages. The Stevens-Coolidge Place is located at 137 Andover St., North Andover. Fashion show to benefit youthLAWRENCE — One City Rise Up, a joint fundraiser and fashion show, will... (Eagle-Tribune)Mar 16, 2017
Funeral notices for Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Street, West Sumner.WHITNEY — Linda H., 60, of Auburn, died Saturday, March 11. A celebration of Linda’s life will be held Sunday, April 9, at the Coolidge Family Farm, 1084 Lewiston Road, New Gloucester, from 3 to 5 p.m. Memorial donations in Linda’s memory may be made to the Fairview School PTO, 397 Minot Ave., Auburn, ME 04210. Burial will be privately held in the spring at Oak Hill Cemetery, Auburn. The Pinette, Dillingham & Lynch Funeral Home is assisting the Whitney family with their arrangements. (Lewiston Sun Journal)Aug 29, 2016
Veterans Benefits Fair kicks off today
West Elementary School at 58 Beacon St., Andover.
Make your own flower crown
NORTH ANDOVER — Cut flowers at the Stevens-Coolidge Place and then use them to create a beautiful flower crown on Saturday, Sept. 3.
From 1 to 3 p.m. at the Stevens-Coolidge Place, 86 Andover St., North Andover, staff will have all the supplies and instructions necessary to learn how to make floral crowns of your own design.
Participants of all ages encouraged to attend the event, which costs $5 for Trustees of Reservations members, and $10 for non-members.
For more information about this occasional, recurring event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Eagle-Tribune)Feb 3, 2016
Every school, every week, Feb. 3
Friday. Families are invited to tour the museum as students will share what they have learned about the person.
Students in various classrooms have been engaged in collaborative learning projects where they take on leadership roles to help keep the group organized and thoughtful about their work as a team.
Hoover students will participate in a third annual STEM Day Friday. The students will participate in hands-on activities with help from Neenah High School engineering students.
Lake Edge Preschool:
Lake Edge is dreaming big in the 3-year-old class while learning the “Diamond” shape; coloring and creating with windmills and spring flowers. Valentine prep is happening in the other classrooms, since they will celebrate Valentine’s Day next week.
Lakeview is participating in the One Book, One School activity for the third straight year. Starting Feb. 1, every student will receive a copy of “The World According to Humphrey,” which is a story about a hamster who is a favorite classroom pet. The activity will include a variety of contests and events.
Roosevelt students will celebrate the 100th day of school with a variety of activities on Feb. 5.
Spring Road Elementary:
Spring Road students are participating the annual Jump Rope for Heart on Feb. 5. Students have been collecting pledges for the American Heart Association to fight heart disease and stroke.
A group of Taft fourth- and fifth-grade students are participating in a book club on Thursdays after school from Jan. 14-Feb. 18. The students are reading “Fish in a Tree.” They each keep a notebook to keep track of their discussions about the book.
Tullar student council members are collecting food items for the Salvation Army from Feb. 1-5 in a “Souper Bowl” food drive./... (Appleton Post Crescent)