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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 28, 2016

A perennial favorite, MFA's 'Art in Bloom' is a fusion of flowers and art

I was really happy to get it,” said Jane Bogarty of Marshfield, an interior designer who worked with fellow Norwell Garden Club member Susan Solis. “The style for Victorian flowers was full and lush and overflowing and I knew right away I would do something like that.” In a sage green container, she arranged peonies, roses, sea holly, ferns and ivy that complement the painting’s red rocking chair and tree flowers and blue dresses and water. “I wanted to create something that looked like it could have been part of the scene,” she said. Bogarty, who came to Art in Bloom for years before participating as an arranger, is looking forward to taking the tours. “I always learn something, and the arrangements make me look at the works more closely,” she said. Other Art in Bloom works include Degas’ sculpture “Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer,” an Egyptian bead net dress from 2500 B.C., a Bodhisattva of Compassion from 12th century China, and a crayon drawing of female socialites in the 1960s by fashion illustrator Kenneth Paul Block. A highlight is the “Director’s Choice” arrangement by the Weston Garden Club, in recognition of the museum’s new director, Matthew Teitelbaum. It’s inspired by the carved mantelpiece in the recently restored Hamilton Palace Dining Room. Additionally, the museum’s courtyard, entryways and other open spaces will showcase about 20 arrangements from professional designers. IF YOU GO WHAT: Art in Bloom WHEN: April 30-May 2; tours run 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and free lectures are 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 11 a.m. - noon Monday. A Community Day Sunday features art activities and live performances. WHERE: Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston COST: $25 adults; $23 seniors and students 18 and older CONTACT: 617-267-9300, Jody Feinberg may be reached at or follow on Twitter @JodyF_Ledger. (Wicked Local)

Feb 2, 2016

South Shore Calendar of Events

Studio One Dance Company auditions: 4 p.m. The Company Theatre, 30 Accord Park Drive, Norwell. Intensive training program for young adult intermediate to advanced dancers, who seek comprehensive training of their dance technique. For ages 14 to 21. To reserve an audition slot and information: 781-871-2787; Owl Prowl: presented by Mass Audubon South Shore Sanctuaries, 5 p.m. at Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, Winslow Cemetery Road, Marshfield. $10/$8 member adult. Preregistration is required and can be completed online Information: 781-837-9400. Carver Sportsmen’s Club game supper: 6 to 9 p.m. Carver Sportsmen’s Club, 127 Main St., Carver. Tickets available in advance. Cost: $27.50. Information and tickets:; 508-789-1025. Ladies’ Nite Out: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Braintree Community Arts Center, 1969 Washington St., Braintree. Create a multi-strand beaded necklace. Materials required: beads. Cost: $25. Information: 781-348-9241; Saturday, Jan. 30 Drowned Hog Weekend 2016: at Nantasket Beach, includes a costume contest, swim, soup and chowderfest. For registration, tickets or information: www.drownedh... (Wicked Local Scituate)

Feb 2, 2016

A GOOD AGE: All star seniors and responsive readers

I weed the vegetable garden when it is cool.” How’s that for escaping the New England winter? READERS RESPOND: Last week’s column on Norwell historian Sam Olson brought this email from Marcia Merritt English: “I have always been fascinated by local histories and have unfortunately heard a lot of incorrect facts of things I knew about because I lived through them. I was born and brought up in Norwell, graduated from Norwell High School in 1956. I hope Mr. Olson also consulted the “History of Norwell” by my grandfather, Joe Merritt. My mother had a lot of fun when she rode around with him in the 1930's as he compiled his notes. I keep in touch with classmates (we had a class of 29) and we are having our 60th reunion in May.” Olson says he did indeed read Merritt's local history and remembers him well as the town's influential long-time town clerk. And Ann Thomas of Marshfield emailed: “My (late) husband Wayne and I graduated from Bridgewater with Sam in 1954. A handsome young man, and I can see a bit of the boy I remember in Sam’s picture. Our class had about 120 so we all knew each other. We were fortunate to have that closeness which the much larger classes today do not have.” Wayne Thomas was principal of the Eames Way School in Marshfield for 25 years. And Connie MacDonald of Weymouth emailed: “Thank you for your mention of my dear husband, Bill MacDonald, in your recent ‘look back’ column. I am sorry to have to inform you that Bill passed away last August from the side effects of Alzheimer’s. We all miss him very much.” MacDonald, who was 90, founded the Adams Heights Mens Club in 1967. Sue Scheible may be reached at or follow on Twitter@SueS_Ledger. Sue Scheible is a staff reporter for The Patriot Ledger who writes a weekly column, A Good Age, about life after 50. In her blog, she shares extra anecdotes about the people she meets, readers' e-mails, videos, photos and phone messages, and ideas for what to do in retirement or to prepare for retirement. Read more of her columns. Read the blog. (Wicked Local Marshfield)

Jan 8, 2016

Real estate sales on the South Shore, Dec. 11

TIONS 1. $1,240,000, Canton, 15 Colts Crossing, Dario C. and Tuija H. Eklund to Carmen and Mary K. Ferrara, Nov. 13, single family. 2. 1,232,000, Norwell, 52 Judges Hill Drive, Roger F. and Maryann M. Vierra to James C. Dwyer, Nov. 19, single family. 3. 1,200,000, Plymouth, 52 Priscilla Beach Road, Sea Forever T and Dolores Signore to Michael and Luann Walsh, Nov. 17, single family. 4. 1,135,000, Scituate, 131 Gilson Road, Gary and Anna Burczek to Michael D. Cairns and Siobhan M. Flanagan, Nov. 20, single family. 5. 1,032,000, Canton, 12 Elm St.., Joseph V. and Karen C. Argus to Mary K. and Bernd M. Breiter, Nov. 17, single family. ALL TRANSACTIONS Abington 38 Bayberry Road, Mary M. McCumisky to Nicholas J. and Nicole M. Franey, $372,000, Nov. 12 single family. 34 Suffolk St., Barton Charles C.Est and Kathleen Roberts to Repurpose Properties Limited Liability Co., $74,000, Nov. 17 single family. 91 Olson St., Harry E. Boulay and CIT Bank NA to FNMA, $197,000, Nov. 17 single family. 46 Lincoln Blvd., John P. and Jean T. King to Noretta Lleshi, $430,000, Nov. 19. 526 Randolph St., Anthony J. Byrne to Jason M. Melaugh and Hollie A. Stapleton, $263,000, Nov. 20 single family. 705 Thayer St., unit 705, Micahel M. Morry and Helen E. Stevens to Nora F. Saint-Martin, $250,000, Nov. 20 condo. Braintree 45 Birch St., Jin R. Zheng to Alan W. Zheng, $618,000, Nov. 12 single family. 22 Nickerson Road, 22 Nickerson Road Realty Trust, and John Habeeb to Christopher and Monique Mealey, $382,000, Nov. 12 single family. 166-194 Forb... (Wicked Local)

Jan 8, 2016

SSYMCA WEEKLY UPDATE: Wheelchair Tennis Clinic Set for Feb. 20

Cape Cod by Coast Guard hero Bernie Webber. This event is free and open to the public. South Shore Natural Science Center – 48 Jacobs Lane, Norwell, 781-659-2559 New England Waters Art Exhibit opening – 6 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 8 The science center will host a juried exhibition, New England Waters, in conjunction with the Water Watch Lecture Series. All works reflect an image, representation or interpretati... (Wicked Local Stoughton)

Dec 30, 2015

Tuesday's roundup: Mystic Valley girls top Greater Lowell in basketball

Brockton 61, Walpole 53 — Junior guard Jalani Jackson and Makayla Robinson scored a combined 42 points to lead the Boxers (3-3). Hingham 46, Norwell 23 — Seniors Sydney Blafetti, 10 points, and Bridget Hoffes, 6 points and 10 rebounds, led the way for the Harbormen. Medford 49, Boston Latin 36 — Junior forward Destiny Fitzgerald led the way for the Mustangs (2-0) with 32 points and 11 rebounds. Marian 40, St. Mary’s 34 — Jane Lanagan and Brooke Sparling each had a career-high 12 points for the Mustangs. Quincy 70, New Bedford 22 — Senior center Nicole Jorgensen had 15 points, 13 rebounds, and five blocks and senior guard Gabriela Jerahian added 16 points for the Presidents. Boys’ basketball Foxborough 65, Walpole 50 — Senior Alex DuBrow scored 20 points for the Warriors. Winchester 63, Hampshire 59 — Four players scored in double figures for the Sachems (4-3). St. John’s Prep 77, Dorchester 31 — Senior Alec Buresh led the Eagles with 15 points in the rout. Somerville 63, Burke 58 — Senior G Matt McCune had seven of his 12 points in the extra period to push the Highlanders (5-0) to the championship win. Carver 65, Plymouth North 55 — Senior captain Sean Willis scored 22 points for the Crusaders. His brother Chris, a junior, added 16 and had 10 assists. Hull 72, Calvary Chapel 47 — Senior Joey Dubovy led the Pirates (2-1) with 20 points and seven rebounds. Senior Anthony Marcella added 17 points and eight assists. Cathedral 68, Woburn 37 — Sophomore Moses Flowers led the Panthers (8-0) with 20 points. Northeast 62, Shawsheen 56 — Senior Terrence Martin led the Golden Knights (2-2) with 24 points and 21 rebounds. Senior Adam Schembri added 20 points. Plymouth South 78, Silver Lake 77 — Senior captain Ryan Morrissey scored winning layup and foul shot with ten seconds remaining to give the Panthers the win in the Silver Lake Holiday Classic. Rockland 56, Dartmouth 47 — Senior forward Stephen Norris scored 23 points for the Bulldogs (5-1). Lincoln-Sudbury 76, Brookline 62 — Senior guard Jamal Allen scored 27 points for the Warriors. Catholic Memorial 83, Lexington 48 — Senior Matt Hanna and junior Ulyen Coleman each scored 16 points for the Knights. Marian 72, Saint Joseph Prep 53 — Christian Dardompre led all scorers with 20 points for the Mustangs. Belmont 61, New Bedford 58 — Senior captain Matt Kerans scored 28 points for the Marauders in the victory. Boys’ hockey Wilmington 6, Acton-Boxborough 4 — Senior Brian Cavanaugh had a goal and three assists, and linemate Eric Steeves scored and added two assists as the Wildcats (3-2) overcame a 4-1 deficit. Boys’ indoor track St. John’s Prep 49, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 46 — Senior Eric Wicks won the high jump (6-2) and the long jump (19-4), but the Pioneers (0-3) fell to the host Eagles (2-0). h...


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