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Florists in Catonsville, MD

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Catonsville Flower Shops

Blush Republic

1208 Pleasant Valley Dr
Catonsville, MD 21228
(410) 800-3698

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Oct 12, 2018

Three wines to stock up on for Thanksgiving, plus 2 more to sip on warm days

Liquors in Severna Park; Hunt Valley Wine, Liquor & Beer in Cockeysville; Maple Lawn Wine & Spirits in Fulton; Montgomery Plaza Liquors in Catonsville; Montpelier Liquors in Laurel; Old Farm Liquors in Frederick; Wine Bin in Ellicott City; Wine Cellars of Annapolis; Wine Source in Baltimore. Available in Virginia at Screwtop Wine Bar & Cheese Shop in Arlington, Streets Market and Unwined in Alexandria, 3 Chopt Mart and Libbie Market in Richmond, Bon Vivant Market in Smithfield. Stobi Rosé 2017 Macedonia, $13 This is an unusual wine, not just because we don't see many from Macedonia. It is a blend of the white rkatsiteli grape (native to Georgia) and the native Balkan red vranec. The mash-up is delicious, a basketful of fresh-picked berries with a squirt of citrus. ABV: 12 percent.Imported by Winebow, distributed by Winebow in the District, Country Vintner in Maryland and Virginia: Available in the District at Rodman's, Town & Country Market, U Street Wine & Beer; on the list at Ambar, Bistro Boheme, Hank's Oyster Bar (Pennsylvania Avenue), Sospeso. Available in Virginia at Dominion Wine and Beer in Falls Church, Euro Foods in Alexandria; on the list at Ambar in Arlington, Bastille, Cosmopolitan Grill, Old House Cosmopolitan and Society Fair in Alexandria. Availability information is based on distributor records. Wines might not be in stock at every listed store and might be sold at additional stores. Prices are approximate. Check Winesearcher.com to verify availability, or ask a favorite wine store to order through a distributor. More from Food: Wine ...

Apr 6, 2018

After 2017 fire, Blue Iris Flowers coming back to Catonsville

More than a year after a fire destroyed her Catonsville shop, Blue Iris Flowers owner Allison Glascock will reopen a new shop on Frederick Road with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 16.“I am so excited,” Glascock said. “It’s going to feel like we’re home.”After the Feb. 6 fire last year, Glascock opened Blue Iris in a temporary shop, the former Riedel’s Flowers in Arbutus, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Glascock will continue operating out of that location until April 12, when she will close to move to the new location, according to a Blue Iris Facebook post.Blue Iris will move into the former MetroPCS space at 918 Frederick Road, about a block away from where the business was formerly located.Since the day of the fire, Glascock has said it was her goal to go back to Catonsville.“Arbutus has been great,” Glascock said. “But when you’re displaced from somewhere last minute, it’s just not the same.”“We just think it’s wonderful to have Blue Iris back,” said Teal Cary, director of the Catonsville Chamber of Commerce. “We need... (Baltimore Sun)

Dec 2, 2016

As holidays arrive, share your blessings to help Catonsville's needy

Over the years, a network of area providers has formed and they communicate regularly to help people and fill gaps in government programs, including Catonsville Emergency Assistance. Located on Bloomsbury Avenue, the nonprofit, which was formally founded 30 years ago, relies on assistance from service clubs, private donors and benefactors, and businesses for support throughout the year. A portion of its $114,000 annual budget comes from a county grant earmarked for "eviction prevention," providing rent payments. Westside Men's Shelter, located on the campus of Spring Grove Hospital Center, is partnering with three churches to prepare meals during the last week of November, including Thanksgiving Day. Manager Michael-Sean Adams has sent out wish lists to community partners to ensure donations of coats, scarves and hats. The shelter, which has 125 beds and an additional 25 reserved for days when the weather is extremely hot or cold has been at capacity for the past several months, he said. Adams said 74 percent of those who stay at the shelter move on to permanent housing. In fiscal 2016 — July 2015 through June 2016 —the shelter housed 240 men. This year, its on pace to serve as many, if not more, he said. There are many other providers in the area that need help in the season of giving and shared blessings. They include: •Baltimore Humane Society — an independent, nonprofit, no-kill animal shelter, which offers low-cost veterinary care to the public, and a pet cemetery with grief support services. 410-833-8848 www.b... (Baltimore Sun)

Jul 27, 2016

The Catholic Review > Home > Father Rose, Baltimore native ...

Ascension in Halethorpe, 1956-64; St. Margaret, 1964-70; Shrine of the Sacred Heart in Mount Washington, 1982-84 and 1986-90; and St. Mark in Catonsville, 1990-91. He also served as a chaplain of the Catholic Evidence League of Baltimore; at the School Sisters of Notre Dame Motherhouse, 1984-86; and at Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1991-98. “When he was at the cathedral, it was one of those things, if you happened to wake up in the hospital, Father Rose would be there,” Abromaitis said. “The chaplaincy at Hopkins was an incredibly strenuous job. He was dedicated to Catholic patients, but he served all patients.” Retired from active ministry in 1998, Father Rose took residence at Mercy Ridge in 2011. He was once quoted as saying, “Growing old has its problems. Growing old as a priest has its joys.” He was raised at St. Leo the Great Parish in Little Italy, and then the former St. Andrew Parish in East Baltimore, attending both of their parish schools. In 1948, he entered what was then Loyola College, before entering St. Mary’s Seminary and University. “He was the ultimate priest in terms of taking care of people,” said his brother, Vincent Rose. “I was always introduced as ‘Father Rose’s sister,’ never Fran,” said his sister, Fran Pilson. “I didn’t mind. He was always there, for our family, and others. Baptism, weddings or funerals, he was the priest people would call.” “He was a great man, one of the greatest,” said Father Michael Roach, pastor of St. Bartholomew in Manchester. “He was one of the greatest liturgical scholars our archdiocese has seen, and a remarkable linguist, but never over-bearing about his expertise. “After his name was read (at St. Bartholomew July 24), a couple came up to me in tears. He had married Jay and Saritha Uebel. He had that effect. People were drawn to him.” A viewing will be held at Ruck Funeral Home on York Road in Towson July 26, 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.; and at the cathedral July 27, 2-8:30 p.m. A vigil service will be held at the cathedral July 27, at 8 p.m. The funeral Mass will be held July 28, at 11 a.m., at the cathedral. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Father Rose’s name may be made to the Retired Archdiocesan Priest Fund, 320 Cathedral Street, Baltimore MD 21201.  ... (The Catholic Review)

Jul 27, 2016

Father Rose, Baltimore native, remembered as 'great man,' priest

Ascension in Halethorpe, 1956-64; St. Margaret, 1964-70; Shrine of the Sacred Heart in Mount Washington, 1982-84 and 1986-90; and St. Mark in Catonsville, 1990-91. He also served as a chaplain of the Catholic Evidence League of Baltimore; at the School Sisters of Notre Dame Motherhouse, 1984-86; and at Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1991-98. “When he was at the cathedral, it was one of those things, if you happened to wake up in the hospital, Father Rose would be there,” Abromaitis said. “The chaplaincy at Hopkins was an incredibly strenuous job. He was dedicated to Catholic patients, but he served all patients.” Retired from active ministry in 1998, Father Rose took residence at Mercy Ridge in 2011. He was once quoted as saying, “Growing old has its problems. Growing old as a priest has its joys.” He was raised at St. Leo the Great Parish in Little Italy, and then the former St. Andrew Parish in East Baltimore, attending both of their parish schools. In 1948, he entered what was then Loyola College, before entering St. Mary’s Seminary and University. “He was the ultimate priest in terms of taking care of people,” said his brother, Vincent Rose. “I was always introduced as ‘Father Rose’s sister,’ never Fran,” said his sister, Fran Pilson. “I didn’t mind. He was always there, for our family, and others. Baptism, weddings or funerals, he was the priest people would call.” “He was a great man, one of the greatest,” said Father Michael Roach, pastor of St. Bartholomew in Manchester. “He was one of the greatest liturgical scholars our archdiocese has seen, and a remarkable linguist, but never over-bearing about his expertise. “After his name was read (at St. Bartholomew July 24), a couple came up to me in tears. He had married Jay and Saritha Uebel. He had that effect. People were drawn to him.” A viewing will be held at Ruck Funeral Home on York Road in Towson July 26, 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.; and at the cathedral July 27, 2-8:30 p.m. A vigil service will be held at the cathedral July 27, at 8 p.m. The funeral Mass will be held July 28, at 11 a.m., at the cathedral. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Father Rose’s name may be made to the Retired Archdiocesan Priest Fund, 320 Cathedral Street, Baltimore MD 21201.  ... (The Catholic Review)

Apr 22, 2016

Irvine Nature Center to host first Grandparents Day event

New member Kristin MacNeal of Catonsville plans to attend Grandparent's Day with her parents and 7-year-old daughter. "It's actually my mom's birthday. My mother and my daughter love talking about flowers and they bird watch together all the time, so we thought it would be a fun outdoor day, a fun adventure for them to do the Grandparent's Day," MacNeal said. While the staff at Irvine always adds the element of fun into their events, Gill said with Grandparent's Day she hopes grandparents can pass a love of nature and the outdoors to their grandchildren. "I think we all remember as kids being with our grandparents and being outdoors. At least I certainly do," Gill said. "Grandparents are where a love of nature often starts. So, for example, our executive director was incredibly close to his now deceased grandfather and he attributes almost all of his love for the environment to his grandfather and spending time with him in the woods as a kid and having his grandfather show him how to fish. "I think that that grandparent grandkid bond is really important and it's one of the big things that I remember about my grandparents as a kid. So, I hope that we can do that proud." If you go What: Irvine Nature Center's Grandparents Day Where: The Irvine Nature Center, 11201 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills When: 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, May 1 Cost: $5 for members and $15 for non-members For more information or to register: Contact the Irvine Nature Center at 443-738-9200 or visit their website at www.explorenature.org ... (Carroll County Times)