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Order flowers and gifts from Rose To The Occasion located in Southington CT for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 50 Center Street, Southington Connecticut 06489 Zip. The phone number is (860) 628-6880. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Rose To The Occasion in Southington CT. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Rose To The Occasion delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Rose To The Occasion
Address:
50 Center Street
City:
Southington
State:
Connecticut
Zip Code:
06489
Phone number:
(860) 628-6880
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Find Rose To The Occasion directions to 50 Center Street in Southington, CT (Zip 06489) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 41.601791, -72.879341 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 20, 2017

April showers bring May flowers…and an end to the drought ...

Southington’s water superintendent Fred Rogers said that there are no water restrictions right now. After snow from the blizzards melted and April’s heavy rainfall hit town, water levels have risen to sufficient level. Still, Rogers said the department is paying attention to weather patterns.According to the Connecticut Department of Public Health records, Southington water levels were at 98.58 percent as of March. While the current status is good, the water department always encourages residents to only use what they need.“We always hope everyone is mindful of conservation,” said Rogers. “We appreciate that.”Throughout the year, the town relies on six wells to provide water, but there are three small reservoirs, considered surface water, that provide it too.“We have 85 to 90 percent groundwater in Southington, which helps,” Rogers said.Last summer, the Southington Water Department imposed water restrictions from June until September due to the minimal rainfall. Officials spent the summer monitoring weather patterns and creating ways to limit water use. “Non essential” activities such as watering lawns, washing cars, and watering flowers were restricted.What started as a voluntary restriction became mandatory when receding volumes in the Quinnipiac River raised alarms, and rainfall was scarce.“If we don’t get steady rainfall this season we may do a voluntary water restriction like last year,” Rogers said.However, Southington is in the clear for the time bei...

Feb 3, 2016

In Memoriam: Gordon W. Swain

From Plantsville Funeral Home.Gordon W. Swain, 80, of Southington, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 24, 2016 at his home. He had been the loving husband of Marilyn (LaPenta) Swain for 25 years.Born on August 15, 1935 in Southington to the late Gordon and Lillian (Milne) Swain, he had been a lifelong Southington resident.Gordon worked as a fourslide tool and die maker at Newcomb Spring and Quality Coil. He had a need for speed and loved drag racing and snowmobiling. He also enjoyed golfing and playing cards at the American Legion.In addition to his wife Marilyn, he is survived by his three children: James Swain and his longtime partner Barbara Shanly of Southington; Judith Gilbert and her fiancé Donald Lorusso of East Haddam and Jeffrey Swain and his wife Pamela of Southington, two step-children; David Janazzo of New Providence, NJ and Irene Parrish of Bradford, MA; 10 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother Robert Swain of Kalamazoo, MI; two sisters, Ann Levensaler and her husband Kenneth of So... (Patch.com)

Dec 4, 2015

Green and Growing: Here are gift suggestions for gardeners with local roots

Visit www.spearheadspade.com or call (860)-688-3280. Ratchet-cut pruners: The pruners manufactured and sold by Florian Tools, Southington, work like a car jack, using leverage to increase the power of the pruning cut while reducing hand strain. Result: People with arthritis, carpal tunnel, or diminished hand strength can continue to prune. I’ve used these pruners for three years and give them high marks for lightness, ease of use, and a good cut. Call (860) 628-9643 or visit Riggios on Rt. 153 in Essex and Pequot Plant Farm on Wheeler Road in Stonington. Finally, many independent gardens centers offer herbs, flowers and greenery year-round, grown and cared for by their staffs. It’s a good bet the gardeners in your life have a soft spot for anything green, especially during these dormant times. Happy shopping. Kathy Connolly is a landscape designer, garden writer and speaker from Old Saybrook. Website: www.SpeakingofLandscapes.com. (theday.com)

Jul 27, 2015

Dig In: Flower Arranging, Bonsai Show, Garden Tours, Archaeology ... And Bug Week!

Free. Information: 860-253-9983. The Orchard Valley Garden Club of Southington will host Greg Bugbee, of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, July 28 at 10 a.m. Bugbee will discuss "Container Gardening." A business meeting follows. Guests welcome. Meetings are at the American Legion Hall, 64 Main St., Southington. Information: thanlon@snet.net or 860-628-6975. Historic House Tours Tour the historic Welles-Shipman-Ward House, a Connecticut River Valley mansion built in 1755, every Tuesday from 1 to 4 p.m. throughout the summer, presented by the Historical Society of Glastonbury. The house is at 972 Main St., South Glastonbury. As a guest, you'll be greeted by a costumed docent and given a tour of what was considered a mansion in its day. The house, originally owned by John Welles, a Glastonbury shipyard owner, features the largest known period kitchen fireplace in Connecticut. Walk through the kitchen garden on your way to tour the backyard property which includes four barns and sheds, a privy, a smokehouse, and historic grape vines and maple trees. Admission is $5 for ages 12 and over. HSG members and Glastonbury Garden Club members are free. Info: http://www.hsgct.org or 860-633-6890. Historic Walking Tours Tours of Stonington Borough depart Fridays at 10 a.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m., through October, from the Old Lighthouse Museum, 7 Water St., Stonington Borough. Experienced guides will explore the sites, events, and people of Stonington history for t... (Hartford Courant)

Jul 13, 2015

Dig In: Flower Arranging, Bonsai Show, Garden Tours, Archaeology ... And Bug ...

Free. Information: 860-253-9983. The Orchard Valley Garden Club of Southington will host Greg Bugbee, of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, July 28 at 10 a.m. Bugbee will discuss "Container Gardening." A business meeting follows. Guests welcome. Meetings are at the American Legion Hall, 64 Main St., Southington. Information: thanlon@snet.net or 860-628-6975. Historic House Tours Tour the historic Welles-Shipman-Ward House, a Connecticut River Valley mansion built in 1755, every Tuesday from 1 to 4 p.m. throughout the summer, presented by the Historical Society of Glastonbury. The house is at 972 Main St., South Glastonbury. As a guest, you'll be greeted by a costumed docent and given a tour of what was considered a mansion in its day. The house, originally owned by John Welles, a Glastonbury shipyard owner, features the largest known period kitchen fireplace in Connecticut. Walk through the kitchen garden on your way to tour the backyard property which includes four barns and sheds, a privy, a smokehouse, and historic grape vines and maple trees. Admission is $5 for ages 12 and over. HSG members and Glastonbury Garden Club members are free. Info: http://www.hsgct.org or 860-633-6890. Historic Walking Tours Tours of Stonington Borough depart Fridays at 10 a.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m., through October, from the Old Lighthouse Museum, 7 Water St., Stonington Borough. Experienced guides will explore the sites, events, and people of Stonington history for t... (Hartford Courant)

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