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Florists in Carlisle, IN

Find local Carlisle, Indiana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Carlisle and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Carlisle Flower Shops

Country Creations Florist

110 N Cherry Stp. O . Box 59
Carlisle, IN 47838
(812) 398-2471

Carlisle IN News

Sep 7, 2020

Area flower farm blooming with business - Springfield News Sun

Consider the Lilies has a farm stand on site in New Carlisle that’s self serve or people can order online ahead at cthelilies.com and get a pick up time. They keep their hours and options updated on their Facebook page, Instagram or website.The flower farm has a presence at 2nd Street Market in downtown Dayton and also bring ordered flowers for pick-ups to St. Anne the Tart in east Dayton.ExploreGrowth of veganism boosts Dayton chef’s businessThey can also have some delivery options for a fee.Throughout the year, some customers sign up for regular flower subscriptions.“There’s a lot of people-- especially over this COVID time -- who enjoy having flowers in the house,” Lavy said.Lavy herself loves to be out with the flowers during the colder months.“Its very therapeutic. My favorite time to be out here in the winter time. We don’t have a lot blooming at that time, but we do have some. It’s cool outside but its nice and warm in here,” she said.Wendy Lavy, owner of Consider the Lillies flower farm in New Carlisle, talks about the flowers t...

Mar 19, 2020

From flower shops to comic book stores, some ‘non-essential’ businesses stay open during coronavirus scare - PennLive

And one retailer, although not a restaurant is using those guidelines. For the Comix Connection on the Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township, the comic shop is taking a unique approach. It closed its shop but you can call in your order and pay ahead of time and pick up your order at the store from your car.“Shop this week’s new comics from a safe distance!” the store’s Facebook page said. “Then call in an order, pay by phone, and pick them up at your convenience without ever leaving your vehicle! We’re starting curbside pick-ups now, and will be offering them every day this week from 12 - 6. Please stay in your car and DO NOT line-up at the door; we want to minimize contact, not crowd you all together! Thanks!”Nicole Wagman, an employee at the Comix Connection said the service is basically like a carryout service, but in this case the carryout service is for comics.“ [Our] doors are locked,” Nicole Wagman, an employee at the Comix Connection said. “No customers [are] coming in -- but you can still get comics.”The store was offering this service from noon to 6 p.m. on Tuesday but Wagman says everything is day to day so customers should call ahead.The store only has an employee or two working at a time. Wagman says that comics are released weekly especially on Wednesday so with the takeout option the business is trying their best way to balance things out.[embedded content]At video game retailer, Gamestop on Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township, a note on the door said that only five people could be in the store at a time to purchase products. The note asked if people were “just looking” then they should go to the company’s website. Officials at the corporate office couldn’t be reached for comment.Several cell phone stores were open in Susquehanna Township and Lower Paxton Township including AT&T, which says it is asking its employees to take on preventative measures.“We’re asking our employees in customer-facing roles or those that require onsite presence to take appropriate preventative measures – whether they are in our stores, call centers, our customers’ homes or businesses. This includes stocking up on hand sanitizer and disinfecting spray and wipes, increased cleaning and sanitizing for all company-operated stores with an added focus on locations in affected areas. We’re also encouraging employees who may not feel well to avoid coming to work or interacting with customers.”p class="article__paragraph article__paragraph--left" id="ZL2...

May 25, 2017

Fire destroys wedding flowers at Dover Twp. home

Ladchaw said fire officials saw smoke as soon as they turned onto Fox Run Drive from Carlisle Road.CLOSE A suspected grill fire leaves bride-to-be flowerless. “It was a pretty decent column of smoke,” he said. He did not have a damage estimate immediately available.The lieutenant said the residences are still livable. No injuries were reported.— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at cdornblaser@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser. Staff photographer Dawn Sagert contributed to this report.Read or Share this story: http://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/news/2017/05/17/fire-destroys-wedding-flowers-dover-twp-home/101798628/... (York Dispatch)

Feb 9, 2017

Grandson of Wolves legend Ron Flowers set for dream Premier League move

Midland Football League Premier Division. Despite playing in the the ninth tier of English football, he managed to do enough in a friendly against Carlisle United to impress the 12th-best side in the country. And now Flowers, who also had Cardiff City interested, is close to agreeing terms with Burnley according to sources at Turf Moor. The defender’s sporting prowess isn’t just limited to the football pitch. Last summer he also captained Milford Hall Cricket Club in the Staffordshire Club Cricket Championship. His grandfather is one of the greatest midfielders in Wolves’ history, winning three first division titles and an FA Cup during 15 years at Molineux. Brocton FC tweeted: “Congratulations to Harry Flowers who leaves Brocton today to join Burnley. The very best of luck from us all.” ... (expressandstar.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Wildflowers are springing up all over

Many folks don’t realize that one of the best (and certainly not the only one) is Bendix Woods County Park in New Carlisle, specifically in its state-dedicated nature preserve, where the big white trilliums flourish. We’re also lucky to have several guided hikes where you can learn from experts. Guided flower hikes All are free unless otherwise noted. • Rum Village Park nature center, 2626 S. Gertrude St., South Bend, hosts a guided hike at 2 p.m. Sunday. • Love Creek County Park, 9292 Huckleberry Road, Berrien Center, hosts guided hikes at 3 p.m. on the next three Saturdays: Saturday and April 30 and May 7. Naturalists there like the Old Dam Trail and the Love Creek Valley Loop for flowers. • Michigan Nature Association leads events at its wooded wildflower preserves. RSVP at 517-643-6864 or jbagley@michigannature.org: Join a guided walk at 1 p.m. April 30 at Dowagiac Woods. (From Michigan 51 south of Dowagiac, head west on Peavine Street, right on California Road and left on Frost Street.) Pull invasive garlic mustard on volunteer work days at noon May 7, 10 a.m. May 9 and 10 a.m. May 16 at Dowagiac Woods. Or pull garlic mustard at 9 a.m. May 4 at Riley-Shurte Woods. (From Dowagiac, drive a few miles southeast on Michigan 62, then turn right onto Peavine Street and look for sanctuary on the right.) • Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society leads field trips with local experts: 9 a.m. April 30 at Fogwell Nature Preserve, southwest of Fort Wayne; RSVP by April 27 at na.pilla@hotmail.com. 10 a.m. May 14 at Moraine Nature Preserve in Valparaiso; RSVP by May 13 (limited space) at dnimetz@dnr.IN.gov. 9 a.m. May 22 at Bendix Woods County Park in New Carlisle; RSVP by May 20 (max of 18) at na.pilla@hotmail.com or snamestnik@orbisec.com. • Shirley Heinze Land Trust hosts a wildflower hike with local botanist Scott Namestnik from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Dowagiac Woods. Cost is $25. RSVP at 219-242-8558. Outdoor Adventures author Joseph Dits is at www.southbendtribune.com/outdooradventures, 574-235-6158, @SBToutdoors, jdits@sbtinfo.com and www.facebook.com/sbtoutdooradventures. Earth Day is Friday! • Countywide geocache hunt: Don’t forget that starting Friday, 15 geocaches across St. Joseph County will be ready for you to find throughout the spring and summer. It’s a special way to mark the 50th anniversary of the St. Joseph County Parks and Indiana’s bicentennial. Clues to exact cache locations will be found at geocaching.com. Most of the caches are accessible to wheelchairs and relatively easy to find. And they’ll teach you about local history and parks. In order to win prizes, like park discounts, you can pick up a sheet called a “cacheport” where ... (South Bend Tribune)

Feb 3, 2016

Bryan R. Washington, 57, Doylestown Scholar And Author

Sophia M. Washington, Bryan was born in Boston, Mass. During his formative years, Bryan lived in numerous towns and cities, including Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Beloit, Wisconsin, Charlottesville, Virginia, Riverside California, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he attended the University ofPennsylvania. While at Penn, Bryan was a Benjamin Franklin Scholar; he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (with honors) in General Literature in 1980. Penn served as a catalyst for Bryan’s graduate studies, which led him to complete his Masters Degree in English Literature at Christ Church, Oxford University in 1982 through Penn’s Thouron Award, a British-American exchange program that was established to “bring young people with exceptional ability from each country into contact with the ideas and peoples of another country.” Bryan received his second Masters Degree in English and American Language at Harvard University in 1985. While pursuing his Ph.D at Harvard, Bryan was also a Minority Prize Fellow from 1982 -1987. Bryan received his Ph.D in English and American Literature and Language from Harvard in 1989. After completing his graduate studies, Bryan launched his academic career as an instructor at Lafayette College in 1987 and was promoted to Assistant Professor in 1989 after completing his Ph.D - during this time period, Bryan also served as a Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at Princeton University from 1991-1992. Bryan received a second promotion to Associate Professor with full tenure in... (Patch.com)