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Mar 19, 2020
The Utterly Inessential Shopping List: Spring flowers, rugby shirts and sterling silver Marmite lids - Country Life
In this week's round up of utterly inessential items to amaze and beguile, Alexandra Fraser takes a look at a
The chill of February is ill-fated to be accompanied by a day dedicated to those lucky few among us who
The Utterly Inessential Mother’s Day Shopping List: The gins, gifts and experiences to brighten up your mother’s Sunday
The Utterly Inessential Storm Shopping List: An umbrella for two, a jacket which doubles as a tent and the recipe for fluffy cinnamon buns
The Utterly Inessential Valentine’s Shopping List Part II: Pink gin, heart-shaped earrings and a dog bed for the true love of your life
... Jul 5, 2019
The ceremony featured a parade from White Plains Road and Van Nest Avenue to the memorial where participants placed flowers to honor our service members' memories. The event also included the public r
Tom and Victoria Farina and Virgina Farina-Hollis spoke during the ceremony.
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John Fraser Bryan American Legion Post 19 commander Earl Menard held a photo of coxswain Dominick Farina, who fell in the closing days of WWI.
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Old Glory and the POW MIA flags were raised during the Memorial Day ceremony.
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(l-r) Gene DeFrancis, Earl Menard, Anthony Ferrara and Ricardo Garcia bear the American flag.
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... May 31, 2019
Memorial Day Volunteers to Lay 220000 Flowers at Arlington National Cemetery - ARLnow
For 55+ years, soldiers from The Old Guard have honored our nation’s fallen by placing U.S. flags at gravesites. (U.S. Army photo by Elizabeth Fraser) pic.twitter.com/0NeAAXZF2g
— Arlington National Cemetery (@ArlingtonNatl) May 24, 2019
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the ceremony yesterday where 250,000 flags were placed at gravestones.
Mar 29, 2019
Chilliwack Tulip Festival set to brighten the Lower Mainland - Delta-Optimist
The largest and longest-running tulip festival in Western Canada returns this spring to brighten the Fraser Valley with vibrant blooms.
Formerly known as Tulips of the Valley, the Chilliwack Tulip Festival welcomes thousands of visitors to marvel at more than 6.5 million beautiful bulbs.
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Beginning April 10, the first two weeks of the festival will feature 10 varieties of hyacinths and 17 varieties of daffodils, and include one-of-a-kind, handmade floral mosaics. From the second weekend forward, an awe-inspiring 30 varieties of tulips will be in bloom.
In addition, the lovely flowers have been planted in extra wide rows for easy viewing and convenient photo opportunities.
Other family-friendly attractions include:
The Rotary Train (weekends only)
Weekend food trucks (including fresh authentic Dutch “stroop” waffles)
A something-for-everyone flower-themed gift shop
“Tulips of the Valley has been a labour of love for me and my family since we started growing tu... Jan 25, 2019
Over the Garden Fence: Garden Club assists in decorating Kingwood for holidays - Bucyrus Telegraph Forum
When it came time to start the decorating, June Gebhardt and I made the trip over to the assembly room with our white heap of ornaments. The fraser fir stood 7-feet-tall. Other groups had already started the decorating, but only one was done. Beside us a team of Kingwood volunteers was busy making that end of the room resemble a living room complete with a Santa relaxing in a chair. They had made several trips to the Kingwood attic for signs, stockings, packages, ornaments - anything. The tree beside ours had hot pink feathered boas and others just had boxes beside the tree as if they would be back soon to finish.
We agreed that our 10 strands of light bulbs needed to be tucked in as we rounded the tree. This would add reflective qualities later. Our stars, and snowflakes, the small bows, deer, butterflies, big gobs of icicles on long twigs, sparkling white icicles, snowballs and the refurbished ornaments really came together. Simple and bright enough to light up the night.
Did I mention that other trees had a heap of gifts below them? At that point, June and I made a trip to the attic and found three bags of pre-wrapped gifts. Oh, joy. There were plenty of white and silvery boxes for beneath the tree.
Garden clubs and teams have transformed the rooms in the former King home. Even the kitchen is open for the holiday decorating. Then entry way is spectacular from a tree that reaches second floor and a banister loaded with ornamentation. The drawing room upstairs flows in pink and carries a wedding reception theme.
Open to visitors from now through the end of the year, the home is worth seeing inside. Throughout the grounds are multitudes of lights and decorations.
Visitation times are from 3 to 9 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays through Dec. 30.
For details, visit Kingwoodcenter.org/events/christmas-at-kingwood.
Mary Lee Minor is a member of the Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club, is an accredited flower show judge for the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs and a former sixth-grade teacher.
Oct 26, 2018
GALLERY: Carnival of Flowers wraps up
Carnival of Flowers 2018
Visitors from the Fraser Coast, Sally and Mariom Faint, were wowed by the colourful display as they walked through Queens Park.
"The flowers are stunning, and the scope of the garden is incredible," Mariom Faint said.
"I really haven't seen anything like it - maybe the only thing that is comparable are the Butchart gardens in Canada."
"I've always wanted to see the gardens, I just never got a chance to visit before and let me tell you, I'm happy I made it this year," Sally Faint said.
The event maintained it's tourism pull, boosting in-town numbers and providing added business for local cafes and food outlets.
The 10 day event is expected to have brought in more than $30 million to the local economy.
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