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Mar 15, 2019

You have the roses, now create garden magic - Marin Independent Journal

Easy Ways to Preserve Nature's Bounty," from 6:30 to 9 p.m. March 12 or April 30 at Indian Valley College at 1800 Ignacio Blvd. in Novato. The cost is $113 and includes an information booklet, recipes and take home samples. Call 415-457-8811 or register online at marincommunityed.com. • Design your own chicken coop, with built-in composting and a water-capturing roof, using free tips at a "GardenSmart: Reinventing the Chicken Coop" talk from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. March 23 at the Mill Valley Public Library at 375 Throckmorton Ave. in Mill Valley. Registration is recommended. Call 415-389-4292 or go to millvalleylibrary.org. 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 pj@pjbremier.com.

Jan 12, 2017

What your garden needs right now

Mushroom Cultivation” in a seven-week class from 1:10 to 3 p.m Jan. 30 to March 20 (no class Feb. 20) at Indian Valley Campus at 1800 Ignacio Blvd. in Novato. The cost is $138. Register at 415-485-9305 or www.marincommunityed.com. • See free-flying monarchs, Western swallowtails, painted ladies and more at the “Butterflies and Blooms” exhibit from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays through March 15, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 16 through Oct. 30. The exhibit will close for maintenance from Jan. 17 through 22. Admission is $8. The Conservatory is at 100 John F. Kennedy Drive in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Call 415-831-2090 or go to www.conservatoryofflowers.org. • Ready, set, prune! In this free “Fruit Tree Pruning and Planting” class, gardeners will learn techniques to prune one fruit tree or a home orchard for fruitful production and how to choose a pruner. Classes will be at 9 a.m. Jan. 7 at Armstrong Garden Centers at 130 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in San Anselmo (415-453-2701) or 1430 South Novato Blvd. in Novato (415-878-0493) www.armstronggarden.com. • Learn how to create aesthetically pleasing and healthy and productive fruit trees with garden designer Elizabeth Ruiz in a “Fruit Tree Pruning 101” seminar at 1 p.m. Jan. 22 at 401 Miller Ave. in Mill Valley; 10 a.m. on Jan. 29 at 700 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in Kentfield (415-454-0262); and noon January 29 at 2000 Novato Blvd. in Novato (415-897-2169). Free for members, or $10. To register, call or go to www.sloatgardens.com. • Make a wooden candlestick, oil lamp holder and small bowl during “A Taste of Turning” workshop with Geo Monley from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 28 and March 7 at the Tamalpais High School Wood Shop at 700 Miller Ave. in Mill Valley and costs $86. Register at 415-945-3730 or www.marinlearn.org. 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 pj@pjbremier.com. (Marin Independent Journal)

Jun 22, 2016

Miss Vicky, Daytona's Flower Lady, dies after long illness

From the time Weaver got to the home last month, her stomach bothered her, she was having trouble swallowing and she barely ate for weeks. Edith Ignacio, who runs the assisted living home, called in a nurse and hospice doctor who kept her as comfortable as they could in her final days. </p><p>Local musicians who had gotten to know Weaver over the years raised about $10,000 for Weaver with two days of benefit concerts and flower sales in May so she wouldn't be homeless when she got out of the hospital earlier this spring. Now they want to raise more money to create memorials to her, said Daytona musician Dan Pray.</p><p>Pray, who ran away himself when he was 12, said he's contemplating getting a statue made that would be a depiction of Weaver giving a rose to a young couple. He's also pursuing an idea to have a memorial star embossed into the sidewalk on Main Street.</p><p>Pray, who never saw his mother again after he left home, had a soft spot for Weaver. When a friend called him Tuesday night to break the news, he said he cried "hysterically."</p><p>About 35 framed pictures of Weaver are already being sent around to bars and restaurants she frequented, Pray said. He wanted to raise money to give Weaver a proper burial, but Jones said The Flower Lady's wish was to be cremated.</p><p>Her ashes will be scattered over the ocean's waves at a public event in the coming days, Jones said.</p><p>Weaver's life was a mystery to most of those who knew her. Jones was one of the few who Weaver entrusted with the explanation of why she lived her life under the radar.</p><p>Without knowing Weaver's past, many still loved the woman they came to know.</p><p>"She went out knowing she was loved," Pray said. "She went out right."   </p><p>"She didn't have any real family," Jones said in a Facebook comment, "but Daytona Beach took her in. She's an icon here."</p>... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)

Feb 3, 2016

Greater parity in league as NEBL teams make key roster additions

SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Sun. Jan. 31, 2016–Tiger Sharks continues to dominate Ballaz On Friday night, San Pedro Tiger Sharks traveled out west to take on their rivals, Cayo Western Ballaz, at the Sacred Heart College auditorium in San Ignacio Town. The defending champions, San Pedro Tiger Sharks remained undefeated, as they handed Cayo Western Ballaz their second consecutive loss of the season. The home team jumped out to an early 15 point lead at the start of the second quarter, but San Pedro was able to close the first half on a 14-3 run, to shrink Ballaz’ lead to 35-31, going into intermission. San Pedro dominated the third quarter, holding Ballaz to only 9 pts, as the visiting team took control of the game and maintained a double-digit lead throughout the second half, to seal the 71-59 victory. San Pedro Tiger Sharks (2-0) was led by foreigner Caleb Sutton, who had the game high 23 pts to go with 9 rebounds and 3 steals. Gene Myvett was huge in the second half, to tally 17 pts, 7 boards, 7 a... (Amandala)

Jan 8, 2016

Rose Parade floats on display in Pasadena through Sunday

Though longtime viewers of the Rose Parade on television, Ignacio Godoy and wife, Barbara, said Saturday was their first time viewing the famed floats in person. • VIDEO: Up close with the Rose Parade floats “The floats are just as beautiful as they were on TV,” Ignacio said. When viewed up-close, the painstaking preparations become even more apparent, he added. “You can really appreciate the amount of time that goes into these artistic creations,” Ignacio said. And the San Gabriel Mountains serving as a background on a clear and sunny day only made the scene more picturesque, Ignacio Godoy said. The Rancho Cucamonga couple agreed on their favorite float was Northwestern Mutual’s entry, titled, “Dancing Into Adventure,” both because of it’s beauty and design, as well as the backstory behind it. The float, featuring white swans and an elegant ballerina, was inspired by a 13-year-old Peyton Richardson of Texas, who continues pursuing her passion for dance as she battles leukemia. Roy Inzunza of San Diego examined the floats with six family members, spanning three generations. His 9-year-old son, David, said he most enjoyed Singpoli’s float, a fire-breathing Chinese Dragon titled, “Marco Polo: East Meets West.” Inzunza said it was the family’s first trip to Pasadena to see the Rose Parade floats in person. As opposed to watching on television, “Here, you appreciate the details. It’s been a lot of fun,” Inzunza said. “We love the human imaginations and spirit,” Inzunza added. A celebratory and friendly atmosphere encompassed the event. “Strangers are saying, ‘Happy New Year,’” he said. With brigh... (The Pasadena Star-News)