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Mar 29, 2019
In Bloom Festival of Flowers at the Springfield Museums - Afro American Point of View
Museums À La Carte Lecture
American Impressionism and the Garden
Thursday, April 4, 12:15 pm
Presenter: Amy Kurtz Lansing, curator, Florence Griswold Museum.
American Impressionist painters delighted in depicting gardens as places for rest, rejuvenation, and creative experimentation. Gardens and the emerging field of garden design became avenues for navigating societal shifts underway during the Progressive era, a phenomenon expressed by American Impressionists on canvas. This lecture will explore the art of Childe Hassam, Willard Metcalf, Matilda Browne, and other Impressionists for whom the garden was a muse. $2 members; $4 nonmembers.
Culture & Cocktails
Thursday, April 4, 5-8 pm
Celebrate Festival of Flowers with signature cocktails and creative hors d’oeuvres. View the interpretive arrangements in the art and science museums while enjoying music, a floral demonstration by Durocher Florist, and hands-on activities. Visit The DIY Flower Workshop to create your own bouquet to take home.
$10 members; $20 nonmembers.
Sponsored by MassLive and The Republican.
Reservations: Call 413.263.6800, ext. 379, or visit //SpringfieldMuseums.org/flowers.
The DIY Flower Workshop
Thursday-Sunday, 11 am-4 pm
Bring Festival of Flowers home with you! Join Springfield Florists Supply staff and Museum educators to learn about cut flowers and design your own bouquet or arrangement.
Presented by Springfield Florists Supply
Friday-Sunday, 11 am-2 pm
Join experienced docents as they discuss the interpretive floral arrangements and the museum objects that served as inspiration. Tours will begin on the hour. Visit the Welcome Center for locations.
Friday-Sunday, 1-2 pm
Enjoy an hour of atmospheric music while viewing the floral arrangements in the galleries.
April 5 Classical guitar by Chris Eriquezzo
April 6 A cappella by The Cat’s Chorus from the Community Music School
April 7 The Pied Harpist
Saturday, April 6, 10 am-4 pm
Children will explore the world of flowers through hands-on activities. Prepare wildflower seeds for planting, arrange your own bouquet, dissect a flower, explore printmaking with plants, touch flowers from around the world and learn the language of flowers.
HIGHLIGHTSFlower Workshop, 11 am-4 pmBring Festival of Flowers home with you! Join Springfield Florists Supply staff and museum educators to learn about cut flowers and design your own bouquet or arrangement.
Wildflower Pods, 11 am-3 pmUse wildflower seeds, clay, and soil to prepare seeds for planting almost anywhere!
Family Science Adventures, 11 am-2 pmExplore the Science Museum and find the Roving Scientist. You never kno... Oct 12, 2018
Tom Flowers and family share passion for art in Furman's new exhibit
Mark Flowers; Mark's wife, Kristy Higby; their children, Carson Higby-Flowers and Morgan Higby-Flowers; as well as Morgan's wife, Virginia Griswold.
Each artist focuses on a variety of subject matters and ranges greatly in his or her preferred medium; however, their love of art and observation proves to be a common thread among them all.
"Dad has always been an observer. He is someone who has seen a lot and turns it into art," Mark Flowers says.
At 90 years old, Tom Flowers still creates every day, and most recently returned from a trip to Rome, where he sketched many of the faces and details he observed.
"When I just flipped through this sketchbook from his recent trip to Rome, I saw how he studied the people that he saw. He has always been fascinated by a person's story. You see studies of people all the time in his work," Kristy Higby says of her father-in-law.
As Mark Flowers explains, the role of an artist is to see things and digest them and allow that to come back as something new.
Tom Flowers attended Furman University starting at age 18, and played football for two years before being sidelined with an injury. He continued to study there and was offered a teaching position at Ottawa University in Kansas, where he taught for two years before going to East Carolina University, eventually replacing his own professor at Furman, where he taught from 1959-89. Tom Flowers was able to travel the world through the Fulbright Program and leading study-abroad programs for his students. He additionally created and executed the Mace of Furman University, a symbol of the president's leadership.
The Flowers family has always loved and supported one another's work, because it is one of the com... Dec 22, 2016
'Christmas Vacation' inspires holiday decorations at Wallingford farm
The display at Beaumont Farm, which Beaumont said will stay through New Year’s Day, includes Cousin Eddie and his RV, the Griswolds’ Christmas tree — pre fire — and mannequins dressed as the whole family. There’s several depicting main character Clark Griswold throughout the movie.
Beaumont, the owner of the farm, said the 1989 film, which starred Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, and Randy Quaid, was the last major Christmas film to pick as a theme for his display.
“We’ve done all the rest of them,” he said. “I mean, ‘Frozen,’ and this, we’ve done Rudolph (the Red Nosed Reindeer), we’ve done the Abominable Snowman, we’ve done too many,” he said.
Last year’s display, based on the Disney hit “Frozen,” drew the most visitors of any theme, bolstered by the movie’s popularity among children, Beaumont said.
He said he tries to alternate between kids movies and those with more adult humor, which also helped with the selection of “Christmas Vacation” this year.
Beaumont also brought back characters from past displays, including Elsa and several Olafs from last year’s “Frozen,” for people who want to bring their children.
The annual display has become a much-anticipated tradition in Wallingford, and motorists were already taking pictures of the props as Beaumont, aided by friends, family, and employees, was building the display late Saturday morning and early Saturday afternoon.
Beaumont said he used to just put flower-filled trucks in this highly visible corner of his property before he decided to make them more festive.
“We always liked that and then one year it... (Meriden Record-Journal)Apr 22, 2016
Leona W. DeMarco
Ray (Jane) of Portland, OR, Jerome (Margaret) of Tigard, OR, John (Diane) Eugene, OR, Clare (Gary) March, Spokane, WA, Mary (Ed) Griswold, Friday Harbor, WA, Richard (Deborah) Bend, OR, James (Luanne) Portland, OR; sister, Joanne Horgan of Salt Lake City Utah; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great- grandchildren.Leona was preceded in death by her husband, John, her son, Bobby, her stepson, Frank DeMarco, and nine brothers and sisters.The family wishes to thank Partners In Care, Sonja Siler and Kathy Eagles for their dedication to her health care and end of life services.A Memorial Mass will be at St. Francis of Assisi Historic Catholic Church, on April 18, 2016 at 2:00 PM, 599 NW Lava, at the corner of NE Franklin and Lava Rd. in downtown Bend. Long time St. Francis priest, Fr. Brian McKenna will officiate.A viewing will be held on Sunday, April 17, from 46:00 PM at Niswonger Reynolds Funeral Home, 105 NW Irving, Bend, OR.Memorial Contributions may be made to: The Rosie Bareis Center, 1010 NW 14th St, Bend, OR 97703.NiswongerReynolds Funeral Home is serving the family. (Bend Bulletin)Feb 2, 2016
Jessica Long Leads 2016 U.S. Paralympic Swimming National Team Announcement
St. Louis, Mo.
Del Mar, Calif.
2016 National B Team
Ft. Collins, Colo.
Castle Rock, Colo.
Golden Valley, Minn.
Las Cruces, N.M.
Avon Lake, Ohio
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San Diego, Calif.
USA Paralympics contributed this report.
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