Rosemary - Duff Florist
Order flowers and gifts from Rosemary - Duff Florist located in Escondido CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 101 W 2Nd Ave, Escondido California 92025 Zip. The phone number is (760) 743-2902. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Rosemary - Duff Florist in Escondido CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Rosemary - Duff Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.
Rosemary - Duff Florist
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Flowers and Gifts News
Jun 19, 2020
Farm donates flowers as thank you - The San Diego Union-Tribune
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ESCONDIDOLibrary hosts virtual Lego-building eventThe Escondido Public Library will hold a virtual version of its monthly “Read. Build. Play.” event from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday May 27. The interactive Lego Maker program for ages 5 to 12 encourages creativity and learning through constructive play. Participants will need to access Zoom and Flipgrid. To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org; include your name and your child’s name and age.Online chats with
romance authorsThe Escondido Public Library hosts a live chat with romance authors Rosemary Willhide and Tamsen Parker from 6 to 6:45 p.m. Saturday streaming on Facebook Live. Librarian Jessica Buck and “Tea & Strumpets” podcast co-host Zoë Wernick will lead the event. Visit facebook.com/escondidolibrary.NORTH COUNTY‘Cheer Gram Caravan’ to deliver upbeat signs
A “Cheer Gram Caravan” led by community members with disabilities along with families from Carlsbad-based Beacons Inc. and the Surf Cities Chapter of National Charity League will be delivering yard signs with an uplifting message through May 31 in North County. The group will deliver 18” x 24” signs that read, “You are Loved!” and “A Hero Lives Here.” Donors can purchase signs to lift the spirits of a health care worker, firefighter, caregiver, co-worker, family member, teacher or family friend. Signs are $50 and the caravan will place them on the front lawn along with a honk, a song, a smile and a wave. Visit https://tinyurl.com/y8ybjnyy.Great Plates program provides mealsEligible seniors age 60 or older can apply for the Great Plates Delivered: Home Meals for Seniors program, a temporary program through June 10, that delivers meals to older adults who meet age and other eligibility criteria. Participants are assigned a restaurant that provides details on the date of first delivery. To apply, call the Aging & Independence Services from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at (800) 339-4661 and select option 7. Visit https://tinyurl.com/y89y4hpw.Free weekly webinar
on stress manage... Mar 19, 2020
Exploring San Diego: Circus acts, Flower Fields open, Mariachi Fest - 10News
The Mariachi Fest also pairs dazzling mariachi and folklórico performances with taco and tequila tastings in Escondido.THURSDAYCircus VargasWhere: Westfield Mission Valley; Cost: $17 - $72Take your kids to the Big Top for a weekend packed with circus action as Circus Vargas hits Westfield Mission Valley. Acrobats, daredevils, and flying trapeze artists will perform to audiences' delight, recreating circus feats from the past for a new audience.Museum MonthWhere: Various locations; Cost: Prices vary(Thursday - Saturday) Throughout the month of February, San Diegans and visitors can pick up a special, free pass to save 50 percent at more than 40 museums throughout the city. Museums like the Fleet Science Center, Maritime Museum, San Diego Air & Space Museum, Natural History Museum, and many more are participating in the special month.FRIDAYKuumbaFestWhere: San Diego Repertory Theatre; Cost: $5 - $115KuumbaFest brings three days of African-American culture, expression, and heritage to San Diego with traditional art, performances, educational workshops, a marketplace and health fair, Gospel concert, guest speakers, and more in celebration of our African-American community. Illumination: 21st Century Interactions with Art + Science + TechnologyWhere: San Diego Art Institute; Cost: FreeThe San Diego Art Institute hosts a free exhibit featuring an interactive show created by 26 artists. Guests will experience art through light, sound, metal, textiles, soundscapes, and more. The exhibits will walk visitors through issues like climate change, global health, and sustainability through art.SATURDAYMission Valley Craft Beer & Food FestivalWhere: SDCCU Stadium; Cost: $50 - $80Enjoy sips and eats from dozens of independent San Diego breweri... Mar 15, 2019
Flower Fields set to bloom big-time March 1 - Escondido Grapevine
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When an art exhibit is like a garden
Synergy” (left) and “Color-scape” (right.)Great art is like a blossoming garden of flowers. I stood at the doorway of the Escondido Municipal Gallery and asked my mind to guide me to that garden. A few seconds later, I found myself flying through a jovial mass of celebrative people. Within a minute, I landed within the colorful yet diverse art displays of the “Color-Bytes” exhibit. I soon found my eyes savoring each piece like a bee gathering nectar from a mass of flowers.Artist Theresa Early Newbern radiated like the colors of her floral inspired paintings. Her enthusiasm extended beyond her own work. She expressed admiration for the three other women with whom she shared the “Color-Bytes” exhibit. Her “Butterfly” and “Orchids I” paintings are strikingly bold yet graceful. Their size magnifies the beauty in flowers which one might otherwise miss. Although flowers are common subject matter, Theresa captures their elegance and colors at their peak complimented by well-balanced compositions.Artist Aimee Jo’s expressionism works stood atop each other like an emotive pillar. Each piece appeared to represent a moment in her life. There is ...Sep 14, 2016
Honey beers go beyond sweet with pure flower power
Stone 20th Anniversary Citracado IPA, produced by Stone Brewing in Escondido, is a Double IPA featuring Citra hops and avocado flower honey. The beer is copper-colored with a relatively short-lived tan head, and fresh gooseberry and grapefruit notes of Citra hops dominate the aroma. On the palate, sharp hop bitterness hits up front, followed by a predominantly piney hop flavor (in addition to Citra, Citracado also includes Nugget, El Dorado and Centennial hops), with malt relegated to a supporting role. The mouthfeel is quite smooth, yet resinous bitterness persists through the finish, where it is joined by mild herbal, earthy and floral characteristics. The avocado honey adds an interesting complexity without drawing attention to itself.
• Mandarin Nectar, from Alpine Beer Co. in San Diego, includes coriander and orange zest in addition to orange blossom honey, so it seems appropriate that the beer is orange-colored as well. The beer has a moderate white head, and the aroma is dominated by the coriander addition, with mild hints of citrus also present. The flavor mirrors the aroma, with citrus character overwhelmed by the coriander, and the delicate floral essence of orange blossom honey is difficult to detect. With medium sweetness, the beer calls out for more carbonation and more hop bitterness to provide balance.
• San Jose’s Almanac Beer Co. added wildflower honey, lavender and cara cara oranges to its Lavender Honey de Brettaville, an oak-aged blonde ale fermented with Brettanomyces yeast. The beer pours a murky golden color with almost no head, and the aroma showcases a complex bouquet of lavender, lemon and pineapple tartness, vanilla and earthy funk. (It sounds strange, but it all works together!) The lavender and tart acidity take over on the palate, and the beer completely avoids the “soapy” character that can come from herb additions. The finish is crisp, bright and floral – I wouldn’t have known honey was an ingredient if the label didn’t say so, but it definitely contributes to the complex profile of this unique brew.
Derek Wolfgram is a Certified Beer Judge through the Beer Judge Certification Program and an officer of the Silicon Valley Sudzers homebrew club. For more information, visit sudzers.org.
(Los Altos Town Crier)Jul 27, 2016
Flowers, Food, Gifts Flood Police Departments Across San Diego County
Support included notes of thanks, flowers, doughnuts, pizza and brownies!"
Meanwhile, the Escondido Police Department (EPD) also received support, and told NBC 7:
"We too have had a tremendous amount of support shown from our community since the incident in Dallas. Our officers are coming in with story after story of folks in the community approaching them to say thank you. Such a nice response. Law enforcement officers are used to public scrutiny. Our country would not be as great as it is if we did not question the actions of government. However, the overwhelming majority of the time our officers are serving the public, doing a great job, and getting it right."
The Oceanside Police Department (OPD) posted this message on Facebook thanking residents of their North County community:
"Members of the community brought our officers donuts this morning. Oceanside Police are grateful for these heart felt gestures in such difficult times and feel blessed to have such strong community support #oceanside."
People have been reaching out to officers across the country thanking them for their service in similar ways.
In light of growing tensions between police officers and the public, NBC 7 went on a ride-along Friday night OPD Officer Jose Lopez, who gave some insight into what it's like to be an officer patrolling the streets in today's climate.
Published at 11:25 PM PDT on Jul 9, 2016
... (NBC 7 San Diego)
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