Birthday Flowers

A heart-warming Birthday surprise for someone you truly care about!

Funeral Service

Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.

Sympathy

Create that sense of peace and tranquility in their life with a gentle token of deepest affections.

Oak Creek Florist

Order flowers and gifts from Oak Creek Florist located in Martinez CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 4966 Pacheco Blvd, Martinez California 94553 Zip. The phone number is (925) 988-0123. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Oak Creek Florist in Martinez CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Oak Creek Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Oak Creek Florist
Address:
4966 Pacheco Blvd
City:
Martinez
State:
California
Zip Code:
94553
Phone number:
(925) 988-0123
if this is your business: ( update info) (delete this listing)
Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!

Find Oak Creek Florist directions to 4966 Pacheco Blvd in Martinez, CA (Zip 94553) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 37.996559, -122.076431 respectively.

Florists in Martinez CA and Nearby Cities

837 Main St
Martinez, CA 94553
(2.74 Miles from Oak Creek Florist)
4966 Pacheco Blvd
Martinez, CA 94553
(4.17 Miles from Oak Creek Florist)
945 Tyler St #30
Benicia, CA 94510
(4.56 Miles from Oak Creek Florist)
838 1St St
Benicia, CA 94510
(4.94 Miles from Oak Creek Florist)
1924 Grand St Ste 11
Concord, CA 94519
(6.38 Miles from Oak Creek Florist)

Flowers and Gifts News

Jan 4, 2020

In California: Rose Parade float celebrates the caregivers among us - USA TODAY

Arlene Martinez USA TODAY Published 9:14 PM EST Dec 31, 2019 Family caregivers, all 41 million of them, are the true heroes in this Rose Parade float ... and IRL. And the state could lose a congressional seat because of outward migration. It's Arlene Martínez, with news for your final 2019 edition of In California! I'm so glad we met. Tomorrow, Gabrielle Canon will be here with a roundup of some of 2019's most impactful Golden State stories produced by reporters with the USA TODAY Network. Until then, here are a few of the year's top Central Coast headlines. They include the #doorbelllicker, the Scottish musician who faked his death in Carmel and the farmworker who graduated from CSU Monterey Bay at age 58. In Californ...

Mar 15, 2019

A woman selling roadside flowers was robbed. A passerby made sure she got her money back - Fresno Bee

Passenger Florentino Martinez, 22, got out of the SUV and allegedly stole the woman's backpack, which had a large amount of money inside. Martinez got back into the SUV, police said. The driver, identified by police 27-year-old Joel Martinez, drove west toward Goshen. Police said the suspects are brothers. Sign Up and Save Get six months of free digital access to The Fresno Bee #ReadLocal The woman got help from a passerby who drove after the SUV, police said. The brothers drove to a home on the 30900 block of Road 67 in Goshen, where police arrived to arrest them without incident.

Nov 15, 2018

Flowers of Kingwood 'Petals It Forward'

Robin Martinez, owner of Flowers of Kingwood, shows off some of the lovely roses that were passed out Wednesday, Oct. 24 as part of the "Petal It Forward" Program. Flowers of Kingwood brought their random acts of kindness to places such as local high schools, retirement homes and businesses where recipients were encouraged to "keep one, share one." Flowers have been proven to lift the spirits of those who give and receive them. Photo by Sarah Mertins ...

Dec 29, 2017

Paterson group gives holiday gifts to children with parents in prison

It was a busy Saturday afternoon at Planet 301 arcade in the Center City mall in Paterson.Nonprofit group Project Reconnect co-founder Teddie Martinez was assisting volunteers who were overseeing arts and crafts activities and games for children while his wife, Barbara, also a co-founder of the nonprofit that works with families on social services issues, attached bows onto Christmas presents.The couple was having a Christmas party that day for local children whose parents are in state or federal prison.About 60 children from the Paterson area attended the gathering, which the husband and wife team hosted through Project Reconnect for the Angel Tree initiative, a national program that provides holiday gifts to children whose parents are incarcerated."Seeing the expressions on these children's faces when they receive a gift is priceless," said Teddie Martinez.And later that afternoon, the gift unwrapping would begin.Boxes sat in one of the back rooms of the arcade wrapped in paper that had pictures of snowmen, holiday lights and Santa Clauses on them. Footballs, Connect 4, Twister, toy cars and stuffed animals were some of the presents the children were to receive."It's important to let people know the children are not forgotten," Teddie Martinez said. "They still have that extended family in the community."The husband and wife team has participated in the Angel Tree initiative for the past three years in collaboration with St. Luke'... (NorthJersey.com)

Sep 22, 2017

There was a parking spot, now it's all covered with flowers

Park(ing) Day and in conjunction with the start of Welcoming Anchorage week, many artists, dancers, and special assistant to the mayor, George Martinez Jr., got together and celebrated the ideas and events of the day.All were gathered in another unlikely space with the community delivering a positive vibe. It began with everyone loosening up to the sounds of DJ Militant with Total Rebel Sound, AK HOUSE Movement and DJ Victamone, and continued with special performances provided by Global Block Collective, Rhythm of Light Dance Academy, a href="https://www.facebook.com/Sank... (Anchorage Press)

Aug 10, 2017

Small gesture blooms into big smiles for senior citizens

Monday morning in large white and yellow bouquets, unfit for being presented to the residents. That's where Mariah Kern and Roxanne Martinez came in.Kern and Martinez, activity assistants at Life Care Center, then prepared the flowers, taking several bundles of flowers and trimming them to fit them into 75 mugs. For Kern and Roxanne, resident smiles were rewards for the tedious work. "Coming from a medical background, finally getting to be part of the day where we're just having a good time. That makes my day. I love it," Martinez said.Resident Luwanda Kelsey, 70, said getting a small bouquet brings her back to her youth."At first when you go through life, you're getting flowers before you get married, from the guys at dances, and that's really neat," she said.Now retired and married, she said the small act of getting flowers is a part of giving back to others. "I've always been one that always liked to do nice things for people. I always feel so good when someone else reverses it," Kelsey said. "What you do comes back."There's an endless amount of occasions to give and get flowers, but seldom do people get them out of the blue. For Clay, something as small as getting flowers on a Monday morning reminded her of how good people can be. "Being placed anywhere in this world, whether good or bad, is only as good as you can make it," Clay said. "If you don't keep a little levity in your world, you've lost it."Last year, Teleflora units delivered more than 25,000 floral arrangements through more than 1,000 florists, with a program that spanned over 100 cities and 300 facilities throughout the United States and Canada. (Greeley Tribune)

Disclaimer

All trademarks, service marks, trade names, trade dress, product names and logos appearing on the site are the property of their respective owners, including Oak Creek Florist florist on this page.