Raspberry Patch Florist & Gifts
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Raspberry Patch Florist & Gifts
15270 East 6Th Avenue
Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!
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Flowers and Gifts News
Mar 19, 2020
AURORA OUTLIER: Southlands blooming among an industry of fading flowers - Sentinel Colorado
Sephora, which will fill the vacant space, March 7, 2020.Photo by Philip B. Poston/Sentinel ColoradoAURORA Outside of the brewing COVID-19 crisis, malls are closing. Shopping centers nationwide are struggling to attract patrons and keep businesses. Retail is suffering.
Not at Southlands in Aurora, center officials say.
Local economic boosters say Southlands, one of the largest shopping centers in the state, appears to be bucking the trends.
Southlands Shopping Center recently signed three new stores for its 1.7 million square-foot shopping complex in South Aurora: Open this month is Anthony Vince Nail Spa, a mani-pedi chain with two other locations in Colorado. Beauty giant Sephora will open a Southlands location in June followed by Five Below, a discount store, in July.
Located near the intersection of E-470 and South Smoky Hill Road, the outdoor shopping center now boasts about 150 businesses including Petco, Bed, Bath & Beyond, an AMC movie theater and bars and restaurants.
Southlands management highlighted the addition of Five Below, which will be leasing a 10,000 square-foot space.
In... Nov 28, 2018
Community calendar: Ballard Holiday Fest, Museum First Thursday and more - The Seattle Times
Celebrate the Season at Sky Nursery
SAT Santa visiting 11 a.m.-3 p.m., STRUM Ukulele Band 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Sky Nursery, 18528 Aurora Ave. N., Shoreline (206-546-4851 or skynursery.com).
Hometown Holidays in the Junction
SAT Holiday Night Market with 40 artists, 3-7 p.m. Saturday; entertainment, 4-6 p.m., Santa lights the tree, 6 p.m. Saturday, California Avenue Southwest and Southwest Alaska Street, Seattle (wsjunction... Jul 6, 2018
Kids plant flowers in Troy
Hands Cleaning Service, Brunswick Esthetics, Brasi Media, Lewis Lawn Care & Masonry, Hewitt’s Garden Center, Bickford Landscaping, The Aurora Foundation, Corey Jamison Consulting and XperienceU Training and Leadership Development helped supply the program with materials for the project.
“I really wanted to do something fun and hands on with the kids at the center,” said Domenica Hotte, who initiated the project. “Ray [Piscitelli, executive director] and the Catholic Youth Organization do so much for the kids in the community and I felt like this was a small way of giving back and at the same time beautifying downtown Troy.”
In the future, Troy Youth Association plans to use the new flower bed each year, and possibly even add another one.
More information about Troy Youth Association and its programs is available online at troycyo.com or by calling the center at (518) 274-2630.
Sep 22, 2017
The Commons: Beautiful flowers and... kale?
The Aurora Triangle, just off the Commons has yellow Marigolds, purple Salvia and Nepeta; the State Triangle, just down the way, a mix of Zinnias, sunflowers and various types of shrubbery. For 15 years, their mission was purely aesthetic and for the most part, still is. But this year, they decided to do something a little different.In the summer of 2016 the kale was, for the most part, an edible joke. However, there was a teachable moment sort of inherent in the joke: people could pluck a leaf from this garden on the Commons and, if they chose to do so, eat it. The thought was, by offering free kale, the Beautification Brigade could offer a teaching moment through people’s stomachs; that urban horticulture could be viable and delicious. Except they didn’t promote it and the idea never caught on. So this year, the group decided to put their land to use as a source of greens for the local Loaves and Fishes.
Kale on the Commons.With limited space to work with (and their funding coming from the hotel tax, which is meant to fund various tourism applications) the idea of donated food being farmed and cultivated on the city’s sidewalks and planters is still a long way off: the plantings need to be aesthetically pleasing, after all, and the volume of their harvest needed to make the planting program a real pillar for local kitchens seems somewhat unsustainable at best: so far, the only edibles to make the cut have been ornamental squash in their garden by Purity Ice Cream and some winter squash, planted late in the season.But the program has potential and, recognizing their role in the community, the Beautification Brigade is making strides to up their ambitions. Just last month, their associates at CCE – not the brigade itself – cut the ribbon on the Esty Street Community Garden, a partnership CCE had forged along with Greenstar and CFCU to bring even more freshly grown vegetables to Loaves and Fishes. They are currently working on a new sponsorship program, to allow even more businesses to sponsor their plantings (at a special fee of course) in different areas of the city, giving the group more funding to try new things. They’ve found their first takers already, working with NYSEG on a new planting by Islan... (ithaca.com)Jun 29, 2017
Patriotic planters show off your true colors
Blackfield Drive in Tiburon. Questions? Call 415-895-0667 or go to marinorchidsociety.com.• Bring your own picnic or buy one from Sage & Aurora Catering when the Marin Art & Garden Center’s opens its 10th annual outdoor summer concert series with music by Lorin Rowan’s Rattlebox from 5 to 7 p.m. June 29. Admission is free. The Marin Art & Garden Center is at 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in Ross. For details, call 415-455-5260 or go to magc.org.• Kids of all ages are invited to a whimsical “Fairy Garden” make-and-take workshop at noon July 5 at Sloat Garden Center at 401 Miller Ave. in Mill Valley. The fee is $50 for members or $60. Call 415-388-0365 or go to sloatgardens.com.• Discover centuries-old native landscapes when Leslie Buck discusses her new garden memoir, “Cutting Back: My Apprenticeship in the Gardens of Kyoto,” from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 15 at the Mill Valley Public Library at 375 Throckmorton Ave. in Mill Valley. Admission is free. Registration is suggested at millvalleylibrary.org or by calling 415-389-4292.PJ Bremier writes on home, garden, design and entertaining topics every Saturday and also on her blog at DesignSwirl.co. She may be contacted at P.O. Box 412, Kentfield 94914, or at email@example.com.If you goWhat: Patriotic planter workshopWhen: 9 a.m. July 1Where: Armstrong Garden Centers at 130 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo or 1430 South Novato Blvd., NovatoAdmission: $15.99, includes planter, soil, plants and decorationsInformation: armstronggarden.com... (Marin Independent Journal)Jun 29, 2017
Free family fun every day in July
Smiles at 2015 Grain Elevator Illumination Public art shots]July 3 Independence Day parade. Celebrate our great nation's independence. In East Aurora, a small-town parade includes firetrucks, floats and huge toys (sponsored by Fisher Price). Starts at 7 p.m. at Main and Riley streets. aurorarec.com July 4 Independence Day celebrations. From Niagara Falls to Canalside and just about every town in between. You can take your pick of spectacular fireworks that will light up the sky.100 Things Every Western New Yorker Should Do At Least Once: See Fourth of July fireworks at CanalsideJuly 5Canalside kids discover series. Learn and play as Canalside helps kids discover something new. Each week they'll team up with the Buffalo Museum of Science for a different discovery. 1 to 3 p.m. Canalside Beach. canalsidebuffalo.com July 6Make a difference at Beaver Meadow. Volunteering at Beaver Meadow (1610 Welch Road, North Java) is a great way to teach kids about community involvement and an even better way to get them outside to make memories together. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 457-3228.July 7 Sing along for summer. Join Miss Kathy at Barnes and Noble (McKinley Mall) for a fun sing-along at the center stage in the children’s department. 10:30 a.m. at the McKinley Mall Barnes and Noble (3701 McKinley Parkway, Hamburg). barnesandnoble.com July 8 WNY BookFest. Keep your kids reading with a trip to this festival dedicated to printing and the book arts, with free hands-on demos. From noon to 5 p.m. at the WNY Book Arts Center (468 Washington St.). wnybookarts.org/eventsSmiling faces at Buffalo Bookfest, in 2016, at the WNY Book Arts Center. (Chuck Alaimo/Special to The News)July 9 Chainsaw Art at Olde Sanborn Days. Your kids will be in awe of The Master of the Chainsaw as he creates a masterpiece with engines screaming, sawdust flying right in front of the crowd. There are plenty of other activities, too, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Sanborn Fire ... (Buffalo News)
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