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Business name:
Perdue's Pots & Plants
Address:
7853 Pine Forest Road
City:
Pensacola
State:
Florida
Zip Code:
32526
Phone number:
(850) 944-6664
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Apr 6, 2018

Ten About Town: Live music, flowers, several school productions

Guided hikes will go on now through May 26. The Knoxville Ice Bears host the Pensacola Ice Flyers on Friday at 7:30 pm at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum. Motown The Musical is playing at the Tennessee Theatre on Friday through Sunday. Tickets range from $44 to $84, and performances are Friday at 6 pm, Saturday at 2 pm and 8 pm, and Sunday at 1:30 pm and 7 pm. The Navitat ziplining park at Ijams Nature Center is lighting up its treetops with twinkling lights for 'Navitat at Night.' During the spring season, Navitat at Night will be offered every Friday and Saturday night. The event lasts from 6 pm to 8 pm and costs $34.95 to $44.95 depending on your age. The University of Tennessee baseball team hosts the University of Florida this weekend at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Games are Friday at 6:30 pm, Saturday at 6 pm, and Sunday at noon. The South-Doyle High School Choral Department presents 'Annie' this weekend at the high school auditorium at 2020 Tipton Station Road. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 pm. Ticket prices range from $7 to $12. Learn how to wow your dinner guests by making your own wine. A local winemaker will be teaching the basics of winemaking at Ijams Nature Center on Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm. The cost of the event is $25. If you're interested in building a cabin or decorating your home with rustic lodge-style furniture, you might want to check out the Log Home & Timber Frame show in Gatlinburg on Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $15 per person if you purchase them online and $20 if you buy them at the door at the Sevierville Convention Center. Join a park ranger for a bike ride down the Melton Lake Greenway in Oak Ridge on Friday at 10 am. The ride will begin at Elza Gate Park, and rangers will make several stops along the ride to point out the history of Oak Ridge. For more information, contact the Manhattan Project National Historical Park at (865) 482-1942 Saturday, April 7thThe Oak Ridge Civic Ballet Association is performing an original ballet inspired by "Into the Woods," on Saturday at 2 pm and 7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for anyone under the age of 18. Volunteers are needed to help clean up Tennessee battlefields and historic sites on Saturday including the Mabry-Hazen House in Knoxville where volunteers will pull weeds and help plant flowers in the gardens. For a list of participating Park Day sites and...

Mar 16, 2017

Spring Festival of Flowers returning to Milton

By Press Gazette contributor MILTON — The University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Science Milton Campus and Pensacola State College are sponsoring the Spring Festival of Flowers.The event is set 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 7 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 8 and 9 at the UF-IFAS and Pensacola State College Milton Campus, 5988 Highway 90, Building 4900 in Milton.The festival will feature arts and crafts, plants, flowers and herbs, garden supplies, locally grown vegetables, and food and music.Educational booths will feature UF-IFAS Extension agents answering questions about plants and flowers, eclectic gardening, good bugs and bad bugs, sprinklers and air layering demonstrations, and experts offering advice and hands-on demonstrations on wildlife for the backyard.The Milton Garden Club will sponsor a flower show; in addition, the festival features plant nurseries and a UF student-club plant sale. The student club will feature a variety of plants such as hallmark bulbine, Bolivian sunset and indigo spires salvia.Contact Robin Vickers at rvickers@ufl.edu or 983-7134 for more information on the event. ... (Santa Rosa Press Gazette)

Apr 22, 2016

Clarence Angus Hale

Michelle of Warrenton, VA, Janice McCoy & her husband, Bob of Oxon Hill, Maryland and Steve Cowert of Florida; a sister, Mary Pope of Pensacola, FL; and two granddaughters, Julia & Sara Hale.In addition to his parents, Mr. Hale was preceded in death by two sons, John Angus Hale & Danny Hale; a brother, Jimmy Hale; and two sisters, Maxine Edwards & Garnett Keibler.The family will accept visitors at Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Ave., Warrenton, VA on Monday, April 25th from 6 to 8 pm, and where the service will be held on Tuesday, April 26th at 10 am. Friends and family will reassemble at Trinity Episcopal Church Cemetery, 47444 Trinity Church Road, St. Mary City, Maryland at 1 pm on Wednesday, April 27th for interment.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. Online condolences may be made at www.moserfunerlahome.com. More Obituaries Clarence Angus Hale Dolores Eileen Dubé Adelaide Cook Jackson Amy Weaver McNally Herbert Eugene (“Gene”) Anderson Dorothy Wolford Harper Dorothy Brooks Montgomery Retired Chief Master Sergeant Charles Edwards Smith Retired Chief Master Sergeant Charles Edwards Smith Russell Randolph Mudd, Sr. (Gainesville Times - Northern VA News)

Feb 3, 2016

Death notices: Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016

Atlanta, Ga., died Friday, Jan. 15, 2016. Memorial services: Noon Saturday at All Faith Community Church. Bradshaw Sarah “Eloise” Bradshaw, 91, of Pensacola died Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016. Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Faith Chapel Funeral Home South. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday at East Brent Baptist Church. Brice William Dixon Brice, 59, of Cherryville, N.C., died Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016. Memorial services: 2 p.m. Saturday at First Presbyterian Church of Belmont, N.C., with visitation following. McLean Funeral Directors is directing. Buggs Charles Raymond Buggs, 81, of Pace died Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. The National Cremation & Burial Society of Milton is handling arrangements. Carnley Edna Earl Carnley, 86, of Pensacola died Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. Visitation: 1 p.m. Saturday at Faith Chapel Funeral Home North in Cantonment until services begin at 2 p.m. Cox Ruth Garner Cox, 90, of Pensacola died Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016. Visitation: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel and 10 a.m. Monday at Stockton United Methodist Church in Stockton, Ala., until services begin at 11 a.m. Fairley Jonas “Plumer” Fairley, 78, of Pensacola died Friday, Jan. 22, 2016. Visitation: Noon to 9 p.m. Friday at Joe Mor... (Pensacola News Journal)

Jan 8, 2016

Lowell Franklin “Gus” Eggert

Admiral Eggert graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1952, served two years on the aircraft carrier USS Valley Forge (CVA-45), then reported to Pensacola Florida for flight training, earning his designation as a naval aviator on Dec. 23, 1954. He was assigned to Fighter Squadron VF-62/VA-106,(the Gladiators), completing several Caribbean and Mediterranean cruises. After graduation from the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, Gus served as an Ordinance Test Project pilot and later as a Test Pilot instructor. Subsequent sea tours included Air Operations officer on the staff of the U.S. Second Fleet and operations officer. Attack Carrier Air Wing Eight Commander Eggert assumed command of Attack Squadron 192, “The World Famous Golden Dragons,” flying many combat missions in the A4-F Skyhawk off the aircraft carrier, USS Ticonderoga over Vietnam and was awarded three Distinguished Flying Cross Medals for “heroism and extraordinary achievement” during his deployments. Gus returned to the U.S. Naval Air Test Center and served as the deputy director and chief flight instructor at the U.S. Navy Test Pilot School. He then returned to combat as the commander of Carrier Air Wing Nine (CAG-9) deployed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CVA-64), leading his Air Wing on extensive combat missions including the largest air-to-air engagement of the war. Air Wing Nine was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation under his leadership and produced the only U.S. Navy Aces of the Vietnam War. He was awarded the Navy Cross. His subsequent command assignments included command of the USS Denver, LPD-9, and command of the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CV-64) in 1974. Admiral Eggert served as Commander Fleet Air Western Pacific, (COMFAIRWESTPAC) in Atsugi, Japan from 1977-1979. He retired in 1983 after serving as the inspector general, United States Atlantic Fleet and Atlantic Command, but he remained active with the Navy, serving as the president of the Board of the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Association in Lexington Park, Md. His awards include: The Navy Cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star, Legion... (Ocean City Today)

Oct 28, 2015

Say 'I Do!' ... to decorative arts, antiques, flowers through the ages and ...

Southaven will be on hand as well, accepting pieces for repair.  "We have wonderful selections this year, with dealers from Bowling Green, Kentucky; Pensacola, Florida; Memphis and Germantown, Tennessee; Raleigh, North Carolina; and from across Mississippi," remarked Nancy Carpenter, executive director of the Columbus Cultural Heritage Foundation.  Prominent designers  On Friday morning, Nov. 6, the forum features two leading experts in horticulture and floral design in a ticketed event.  Television host and prolific author P. Allen Smith, and past AIFD president and floral designer Sharon McGukin, will be at Trotter Convention Center.  After coffee, tea and pastries at 8:30 a.m. McGukin presents "Flowers from the Heart," complete with demonstrations for floral designs for special occasions, including weddings.  Smith then brings "Share the Bounty," which includes a PowerPoint presentation on how he has developed his personal farm and gardens. A book signing with both authors follows.  Smith and McGukin are widely praised as entertaining, informative speakers.  Tickets for the Nov. 6 morning event are $25.  Going to the chapel  Free lectures on Saturday morning, Nov. 7 move to the Rosenzweig Arts Center, where Dr. Phyllis Bell Miller and William Riehm, both of Mississippi State University, look at weddings through the ages. The session begins with coffee, tea and pastries at 8:30 a.m.  "I am honored to be part of this," said Miller, professor of fashion design and merchandising in MSU's School of Human Sciences. The Fulbright Scholar also teaches courses abroad and has traveled to at least 50 countries. She has absorbed not only diverse cultures, but also their clothing traditions, including bridal costumes.   "I'm going to be looking at the history of wedding attire not only from a western perspective, but also internationally, and how some of these all tie together," Miller said. "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" has counterparts in other cultures, she added. "If you understand what's going on in one culture, it can help in understanding your own."  DelPrince praised the professor's invaluable collection of images detailing native clothing from around the globe. Miller will share clothing examples and images in her talk.  William Riehm, assistant professor in the Interior Design Program in MSU's College of Architecture, Art and Design, will talk of Southern decorative arts and wedding gifts of the 19th century.   "We'll look at what would have been the most desired gifts, in terms of items like furniture and home decor," Riehm commented. "There are some interesting things about how people go shopping, about wedding registries of the time ... "   How to go  Throughout the forum, the antiques show and sale will be open to the public at no charge -- at the Nov. 5 preview party from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and Nov. 6-7 from 10 a.m. (The Commercial Dispatch)

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