Florists in Arvada, CO
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Arvada Flower Shops
10665 West 72Nd Avenue
Arvada, CO 80005
Arvada CO News
Nov 9, 2019
'Floral Reverie' is expressionistic rendition of beauty from garden - Highlands Ranch Herald
Clyfford Still.” Admission charged. 720-354-4880, clyffordstillmuseum.org.
“Ella Enchanted” will be presented at the Arvada Center Children’s Theatre Feb. 1 through May 22, 2020, and auditions for the cast are scheduled Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Auditions by appointment only: arvadacenter.org/on-stage/auditions, 720-898-7200.
A fall celebration for Denver Audubon is planned from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Nov. 5 at Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S. Allison Parkway, Lakewood, where Geoff LaBaron, Christmas Bird Count director at National Audubon Society, will speak about the annual international event. $15 member/$20 non-member. Also: the ninth annual Share the View Photography Competition is underway, with cash prizes and a gala at CU South Denver in February 2020. Enter through Dec. 1. Register: denveraudubon.contestvenue.com.
Jun 10, 2016
How to take care of Colorado hail-damaged plants, flowers
A fast moving hail storm moved through west Arvada, May 24, 2016. The thunderstorm moved northeast after dropping hail in areas.
As residents and officials continue poring over the damage from Tuesday’s latest round of storms — including hail larger than an inch in diameter — it’s important to remember that Colorado’s late-spring/early-summer weather is not your enemy.A fickle guest, sure, but not necessarily your enemy.
“Most perennial crops — trees, shrubs, bushes, things like that — have the capacity to releaf, so just be patient and they should come back,” said Curtis Utley, who trains master gardeners in plant pathology for Colorado State University.
Indeed, most snow-damaged trees should already be showing signs of recovering, provided they’ve been properly pruned and protected since the late-winter and spring storms.
But what about the tender vegetable plants and flowers that made their outdoor debuts in recent days?
Consecutive, months-longs bouts of weekend rain and cold temperatures have conspired to make the last cou... (The Denver Post)Apr 22, 2016
Edna Goodman, 81
Anaconda and other communities in southwest Montana.
Edna is survived by her daughters, their husbands and children: Barbara Goodman Roper of Arvada, Colorado, Linda and Dave Hockaday of Elizabeth, Colorado, and Michelle Goodman and Eric Diekhans of Evanston, Illinois. Grandchildren include Shawn McNeil of Gillette, Wyoming; William Martin, currently serving in the US Navy in Hawaii; John, Chris and Cody Hockaday, all from the Denver area; and Camille and Hasmik (Sophie) Diekhans of Evanston, Illinois. Great grandchildren include Anthony Hoffman (son of Shawn McNeil and Dawn Honer) of Butte, Jacob and Mekyala Martin (son and daughter of William and Jackie Martin) of Hawaii, and Owen Hockaday (son of John and Karen Hockaday) of Denver. Edna's great, great grandchild is Reid Hoffman (son of Anthony Hoffman and Hailey Peterson) of Butte. Edna is also survived by her sisters-in-law Jeanne Johnson and Jean Johnson, both of Butte, as well as nieces and nephews.
In accordance with her requests, cremation has taken place at Butte Crematories.
Friends are asked to call on Wednesday, April 13, at Aldersgate United Methodist Church beginning at 10:30 and then join with the family for Celebration of Life Services to be conducted at 11 with Pastor Dave Andersen officiating. A reception will follow in the church fellowship area.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Butte Carousel at Spirit of the Columbia Gardens, PO Box 782, Butte, MT 59701, or to the March of Dimes.
Axelson Alternative Cremation is privileged to serve Edna’s Family.
(Montana Standard)Feb 3, 2016
Gloria (Bob) Berger, Dickinson, Lorie (Ron) Young, Buffalo, Wyo., Kim (Doug) Prentice, Gilbert, Ariz., Jolene Schoch, Bismarck, Linda Bogner, Arvada, Colo., and Amy (Kevin) Braun, Dickinson; her brother, Roger (Bonnie) Wolf, Kingman, Ariz.; her sister, Claudia Bosch, Dickinson; 14 grandchildren, Cal (Shari) Berger, Jesse Berger, Justin Young, Tyler Young, Colter Young, Sydney Prentice, Shane Schoch (Krystal Rasmussen), Sheena Schoch (Brandon Salveson), Branden Bogner, Devin Bogner, Brittany Bogner, Danielle Bogner, Alex Braun and Abby Braun; and three great-grandchildren, Brekken, Bryson and Bridger Berger.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Sebastian and Elizabeth Wolf; her husband, Joseph “Bud” Bogner; one brother, Larry Wolf; one sister, Beatrice Pudlitzke; her brothers-in-law, Dale Pudlitzke and Jim Bosch; her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Joe and Rose Bogner; and her sister-in-law, Little Claudia Bogner.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to St. Benedict’s Health Center.
Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.stevensonfuneralhome.com.
(Bismarck Tribune)Feb 3, 2016
Diane M. Stevenson Corey
ARVADA, Colo. Diane M. Stevenson Corey, 64, formerly of Weedsport, died peacefully on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015 in Arvada, Colo., after an extended illness. She was born in Auburn on April 11, 1951, the daughter of James Herbert and Marilyn Dare Stevenson, of Weedsport, and Palm Bay, Fla. Diane attended schools in Weedsport, Geneva, Owego, and was a 1969 graduate of Vestal High School.
She also attended St. Joseph’s School of Nursing in Elmira and worked in nursing throughout her life, volunteering abroad on several occasions. Diane also lived in South Korea, Florida, and Colorado. Diane loved travel adventures, the outdoors and the mountains, enjoying whitewater rafting and hiking. She loved life and lived it her way.
Diane was predeceased by a son, Damon S. Corey.
In addition to her parents, she is survived by her companion of more than 20 years, David Knox, of Boulder, Colo.; her son, Chad D. Corey, of Texas; a granddaughter, Elizabeth (Jeff Trafzer) Kretzer, of Johnson City; a sister... (Auburn Citizen)Jan 8, 2016
AROUND TOWN: 2015 Colorado Springs Debutantes presented
Dean and Dayna Nelson and granddaughter of Judy Bauer of Leland, N.C., and the late Jack Nelson, and James Gorman of Evergreen and Vandra Prey of Arvada. Peyton graduated from Pine Creek High School and attends San Diego State University.
Lauren Cecilia Paul, daughter of Stephen Jon Paul and Dr. Amy Katherine Curran and granddaughter of Stephen and Anna Paul of Denver and the late Laurence Jr., and Rita Curran. Lauren graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Chapman University.
Regan Celeste Pinello, daughter of Andrew Berndt and Allison Pinello and granddaughter of Anetka Pinello of Calhan and the late RL Pinello and Roy and DeAnna Berg of Colorado Springs. Regan graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends the University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music.
Nataya Cathryn Fengyan Stepleton, daughter of Jon Elliott and Tamra Stepleton and granddaughter of the late Merlin and Margaret Stepleton and the late Marvin and Iris Renzelman. Nataya graduated from The Colorado Springs School and attends The College of Idaho.
Shelby Irene Wielgus, daughter of Charles Jr., and Nancy Wielgus and granddaughter of Irene Wielgus and the late Charles Wielgus of Larchmont, N.Y., and Grace Maud of Las Cruces, N.M., and the late Jerry Gipson. Shelby graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Elon University.
(Colorado Springs Gazette)