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Business name:
Patrissi Nursery Center, Inc
Address:
35 Ringgold St
City:
West Hartford
State:
Connecticut
Zip Code:
06119
Phone number:
(860) 233-5578
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Jun 22, 2019

For the Love of Flowers, and Photos - http://www.we-ha.com

Peter Oddo of West Hartford shares his hobby with others in the community in daily Facebook posts, and on June 25, at 3:30 p.m., he will host a free program at the West Hartford Senior Center. Water drops remain on the lilies in the backyard of Peter Oddo’s West Hartford home Wednesday morning following Tuesday’s rain. Photo courtesy of Peter Oddo By Ronni Newton West Hartford resident Peter Oddo started gardening as a hobby decades ago as a break from the intensity of his job as a construction superintendent. But Oddo, who at age 81 walks six miles a day – three miles each the morning and three miles each afternoon – doesn’t do many things in a small way. Oddo has lived in his cozy ranch house in West Hartford for 35 years, and the quarter-acre lot is brimming with hundreds and hundreds, if not thousands, of flowering plants – too many to count, he said – dozens of different varieties in every color of the rainbow. Peter Oddo, 81, stands in the backyard of his West Hartford ranch home, where flowe...

Nov 24, 2016

Rose (Moretti) Satalino

Rose (Moretti) Satalino, age 93, died on Nov. 8, 2016, at The Reservoir in West Hartford. She was the widow of Frank J. Satalino. Rose was born in Queens, N.Y., on Aug. 22, 1923, the youngest of 12 children (six survived to adulthood). Rose and Frank were married on Oct. 19, 1941. They lived in Queens for several years raising their three children. They moved to New Britain in 1960. In 1983, they moved to New Port Richey, Fla., where they enjoyed 10 years until Frank’s death in 1993. Following his death, Rose returned to Connecticut. Rose was happiest being with her family, especially when everyone sat at the table playing cards or board games. Rose will be remembered for her beautiful knitting and crocheting, her handmade greeting cards, and her Italian cooking. Rose is survived by three children, Joseph Satalino and his wife, Barbara, of Mesa, Ariz.; Stephen Satalino of Farmington, and Jeanie Satalino Heyer and her husband, John, of West Hartford. Rose was very proud of her seven grandchildren, Scott Satalino and his wife, Jennifer, of Wesley Chapel, Fla.; ... (Newbritainherald)

Aug 15, 2016

Glarius Rop wins Bridge of Flowers 10k

The native of Kenya and former American International College runner had plenty in his tank, winning by 36 seconds over runner-up Eric Blake of West Hartford, Connecticut, whose time was 33:51. “I ran last weekend and two weeks ago, and I felt like I wasn’t going to do well,” Rop said while cooling down after the event. “But it turned out good.” Despite winning by a wide margin, the race was not easy for Rop. Defending champion Matthew Brooker from Albany, N.Y., led the field of 635 over the first mile of the race with Rop lurking over his shoulder. But as the runners made their way onto Main and Water streets, Rop grabbed the lead. By the time the runners were heading back into town, Rop had increased that lead to about 30 yards. He kept that cushion after crossing the Iron Bridge and heading onto Crittenden Hill, a one-kilometer climb near the race’s midpoint. Blake found himself in second place at the bottom of the hill with Brooker and Shelburne Falls native Dan Smith, last year’s runner-up, tailing close behind. During the ascent, Blake turned it on and passed Rop at the summit of Crittenden, but as the runners headed down the backside of the mountain, Rop not only regained the lead but opened up a wide margin, leading by the length of a football field when the runners hit the bottom of the hill. After that, Rop was never challenged. “It was hot,” Rop said. “I felt like I ran strong. But, still, my time was not close to what I ran before, especially going up that hill. But I got a little relief so I could make it to the finish line.” Blake finished second and Brooker settled for third in 34:14, collapsing after crossing the finish line. He then got hydrated and was fine afterward. Smith came in fourth in 34:28, followed by Mark Rabasco of Pittsfield in fifth at 35:51. Tesfaye made her debut from Boston, where she now lives following a college running career at Division I North Dakota State University and ... (GazetteNET)

May 3, 2016

Historic Dresses, Flowers The Focus Of Noah Webster House Tea

The Noah Webster House and West Hartford Historical Society are taking some historical dresses out of its vast archives for its "Fashion and Flowers" tea event on May 6 and May 7. "We have a lot of items in the collection that are seldom seen," said Sheila Daley, the curator and director of special projects. "The textiles are one good example of that. This idea came as a way to bring more of our items out of our collection." In a partnership with the West Hartford Garden Club, which Daley is also a member of, six dresses from the 1840s to the 1920s were chosen for the garden club to be used as inspiration for flower arrangements. "We have this amazing collection of historic dresses," said Jennifer DicCola Matos, the executive director. "Some of them are jaw dropping and really beautiful." This is the second time the Noah Webster House and West Hartford Historical Society have hosted the "Fashion and Flowers" tea event. The first, which was on just one day, sold out. All of the dresses are connected to West Har... (Hartford Courant)

Apr 22, 2016

Milton C. Van Vlack

Milt started his teaching career as a “practice teacher” at Lewiston High School, Lewiston, in 1952 and then on to Sedgwick Junior High School in West Hartford, Connecticut in 1953. In 1965 he left the classroom full time to accept a position in the Hartford Connecticut Public Schools as an instructional media consultant for the city’s disadvantaged students. Five years later the superintendent of schools asked him to be the acting director of the Hartford Public Schools’ Media Services Department while the director was on extended leave. Milt remained acting director until the director returned five years later. Milt then returned to the classroom full-time and accepted a position as a history teacher at Bulkeley High School in Hartford. As acting director of media services, Milt felt it was one of the most rewarding experiences of his career. The reason is obvious. The media services department at that time consisted of six divisions that were crucial in giving Hartford students a good if not excellent education through all twelve grades. They were as follows: a system-wide closed circuit television system for 36 schools; supervision of all school libraries and instructional media centers; a print and publication division; instructional hardware equipment and repair; delivery and pickup for all instructional materials and hardware; and a 600 +/- 16 mm instructional film library. Video cassettes were just starting to be available. The entire media services department required the services of some 85 professional media personnel. When the media services director returned from his leave, Milt chose to return to the high school classroom teaching American History and U. S. Government and a very special course in civil law and citizens’ responsibility to inner-city junior and senior students. It became one of the most popular courses in the high schools. Milt taught the course for 13 years. In June of 1955, Milt married Janis Kisner of Hartford, a highly talented woman with a beautiful operatic voice and a deep passion for flower gardening. Their daughter, Tracey arrived ... (Wiscasset Newspaper)

Apr 22, 2016

Time To Spoil Mom: 2016 Mother's Day Dining In Connecticut

Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will run dinner specials all day. 860-321-7821, curerestaurantct.com. A'Vert Brasserie, 35A Lasalle Road, West Hartford, hosts brunch from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Offerings include breakfast items (Belgian waffles with blueberry compote, scrambled eggs with grated Gruyere); cold selections like salads, oysters on the half shell, cheeses and French charcuterie; and family-style dishes of coq au vin, salmon and roasted sirloin. Cost is $45 for adults, $23 for children 12 and under. 860-904-6240, avertbrasserie.com. Treva, 980 Farmington Ave., West Hartford, offers a brunch buffet from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. The menu includes breakfast items (scrambled eggs, brioche French toast, frittata bianca); cold items like cured meats, cheeses, oysters, gravlax and salads, and entrees of pasta, turkey breast, prime rib and herb-roasted salmon. Cost is $45 for adults, $23 for children 12 and under. 860-232-0407, trevact.com. Artisanal Burger Company, 1436 Pleasant Valley Road, Manchester, offers a free meal for mom all day May 8. The promotion is limited to one free entrée per table. 860-644-0046, artisanalburgercompany.com. Barcelona Wine Bar hosts a Spanish-style brunch at all of its locations from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a custom bloody mary bar and tapas like pulled pork Benedict, pork belly hash, mushroom fideos and buttermilk fried chicken. Restaurants will also offer dinner specials starting at 4 p.m. barcelonawinebar.com. Angelico's Lake House, 81 N. Main St., East Hampton, offers a buffet with seatings at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. The menu includes breakfast items (omelet station, French toast, Belgian waffles) crab cakes, chicken pesto, seafood paella, baked rigatoni with sausage and peas, a carving station with roast steamship round of beef and pork loin, kids' meal options and desserts. Cost is $28.95 for adults, $13.95 for children ages 5 to 9 and free for kids under 5. 860-267-1276, angelicoslakehouse.com. Mohegan Sun offers several Mother's Day dining specials at its restaurants, including Hash House A Go Go, Todd English's Tuscany, Michael Jordan's Steak House, Michael Jordan's 23.sportcafe and Seasons Buffet. Details: mohegansun.com. The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, 42 Century Drive, Bristol, hosts brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a complimentary mimosa. The menu includes pastries, breakfast items, a Belgian buttermilk waffle station, carving station with maple-glazed ham and herb-roasted top sirloin; main courses of fillet of lemon sole, roasted turkey breast and marinated grilled chicken; salads, vegetable sides and a dessert display. Cost is $39.95 for adults, $18 for children ages 5 to 12. Children 4 and under are free. Reservations suggested. 860-584-7673, willowsbristol.com. Mattabesett Canoe Club, 80 Harbor Drive, Middletown, serves a buffet with seatings at noon and 3 p.m. The menu includes a carving station with slow-roasted prime rib, assorted omelets, coconut green curry mussels, breakfast with eggs and Belgian waffles (with first seat... (Hartford Courant)

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