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Florists in Bemidji, MN

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Bemidji Flower Shops

Bemidji Floral

722 Paul Bunyan Dr Nw
Bemidji, MN 56601
(218) 751-0850

Bemidji MN News

Jun 16, 2017

PATT RALL COLUMN: The scent of flowers waiting to be planted

Vicki Stenerson will open at the Longlake Theater at 7:30 p.m. on June 8-10 at 7:30 p.m.; Gala after the matinee on June 10.• The city of Bemidji and Bemidji Community Theater are taking reservations for this year's Summer Theater Camp at BSU Bangsberg Fine and Performing Arts Complex June 5-16, Monday through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. The choices are Level 1 Skill Building, Level 2 Advanced Performance Camp, Out of the Box and Tech Camp for those interested in backstage. Register on line at or call (218) 333-1850.• "Coming Home: Young Songwriters Workshop with Berit Dybing, Erlend Odnes Kelving, Caige Jambor and Cory Medina from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, at Headwaters School of Music and the Arts, 519 Minnesota Ave. NW. Registration is required and the cost of the workshop is $25. The workshop will be followed by an after-workshop showcase that will be open to the public from 6-9 p.m. Call Headwaters at 444-5606.• The Region 2 Arts Council is hosting a "Board Boot Camp," presented by MAP for Nonprofits, on Monday, June 26, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Northwest Minnesota Foundation in Bemidji. R2AC is offering this workshop to regional arts organizations' Boards of Directors at no cost. Board Boot Camp includes these outcomes: Discuss board member motivations for board service, Explore nonprofit life stages, understand the roles and responsibilities of board members, and Emerge with confidence and enthusiasm about board governance roles, according to a release. Jennifer Kramm from MAP for Nonprofits will be the presenter. They will be serving coffee and continental breakfast.• Intermediate Watercolor Workshop with Jane Freeman from noon to 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 23, at the Clearwater Life Center in Gonvick. The class is free, but bring your watercolors. Registration is required, call (218) 751 5447.• Book readers at Bemidji Public Library will meet at noon, on Monday, June 12. The group will discuss "Leaving Time" by Jodi Picoult.• First Friday Art Walk is getting a new look, including a new logo, that will be featured on flags, rack cards, window decals and posters that will appear in various Bemidji restaurants, hotels, and businesses. The new graphic work was accomplished by Hope Wall, a former BSU student.Patt Rall is a longtime arts supporter and journ... (Bemidji Pioneer)

Jun 22, 2016

'Flowers – From Garden to Table' scheduled for June 29

BEMIDJI -- The Beltrami Master Gardeners will host “Flowers — From Garden to Table,” a gathering of talks and demonstrations on the how-tos of flower arranging, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. June 29 in the community room at Beltrami Electric, 4111 Technology Drive NW. Master Gardeners Maggie Schwegman, Cathy Peck and Becky Livermore will cover the basics and featured speaker and demonstrator, Mayor Rita Albrecht, will share some of her arranging secrets, according to a release. There is no charge for this class, but preregistration is appreciated for planning purposes. To preregister, call the Extension Office at (218) 444-5722. Arrive a few minutes early as the class will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. (Bemidji Pioneer)

Apr 22, 2016

Past Presidents Remembered

Show Me Center, including United Wireless Arena and Conference Center in Dodge City, Kan., and Sanford Center and Conference Center in Bemidji, Minn. “He was a fair person, an honest person, and he knew the business,” Peters said. “He made sense. He could walk into any situation and get to the heart of things.”Peters also worked with Ross at IAVM and remembers his delight in working with the Australians to bring the Venue Management Association into the fold. And he loved the quality of Ross’s voice — a gravelly baritone. “He should have been a cowboy. He never touched tobacco as far as I know, but he was the Marlboro man,” Peters said.Peters recalled Saunders’ personality and sense of humor. No one ever forgot his donning of a full Indian headdress when accepting the gavel as president of IAAM, a nod to his own Native American heritage, being part Cherokee, and tohis plan to be chief. Peters also recalled his sense of humor, like when he was addressing the board and declared, “that’s a work of fiction, like one of Bob Mayer’s expense reports,” referring to his longtime henchman in Tulsa and also a past president of IAAM. “That’s what makes IAAM wonderful. We are one family. Roy welcomed you,” Peters said.Ross and Saunders mentored many in this industry. Wil Gorman, who now runs Show Me Center, started out there selling merchandise when he was a student at Southeast Missouri State University. Gorman has been in close touch with the extended network of professionals in this industry mentored by Ross, just as he was, which include but are not limited to Will Lofdahl, who is now as SaskTel Center, Saskatoon; Terry Dederich, now at Ford Center, Evansville, Ind.; Jim Barbatti, assistant director at Show Me Center; Brad Gentry, now with Live Nation in the Seattle area; and Mark Lee, now with Pro Sound Audio Visual. “The industry has Mother Hubbard,” Gorman said, referring to Barbara Hubbard who mentors students and pros alike and is a legend in the industry. “I think of David as Mr. Hubbard.” Gorman recalled the February 1992 when the late Bruce Lehrke’s Longhorn Rodeo was playing Show Me Center and a bull jumped the ring and charged through the seating section for several minutes before the clowns cornered him. Ross was the manager at the time. Miraculously, the bull never scratched a soul. Gorman was talking to an audience member whose son, who had Downs Syndrome, was in the front row very near the bull’s entry point and the dad said all was well. In fact, his son was delighted and thought it was part of the show. (Venues Today)

Jan 8, 2016

Dolores Welle

Arthur and Mabel LaVoi. She attended high school in Fosston, graduating in 1945. After high school, Dolores worked as a hairdresser. While working in Bemidji, Minn., she met and married the love of her life, Charles “Chris” Welle. They were united in marriage May 24, 1952, in Bemidji. Dolores enjoyed painting, travel, golf, bridge and cooking for her family. She was a “Welcome Wagon” hostess and volunteer hairdresser at a local nursing home. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family. Her sense of humor lasted until her final moments. She died peacefully surrounded by her loved ones on Jan. 3, 2016, at Sanford Health in Fargo. She leaves four sons and two daughters, Nicholas, Wheatridge, Colo., Mary (Dale) Kasowski, Bismarck, Charles, Wheatridge, Gregory (Julie), Davenport, Fla., Barbara (Curt) Lindvig, Fargo, and the Rev. Anthony, Indiatlantic, Fla.; one sister, June (Jim) Bingham; two brothers, Warren (Diane) LaVoi and Andrew (Maggie) LaVoi; three sisters-in-law, Virginia Welle, Margaret Welle and Joe and Jane Welle; 12 grandchildren, Matt (Jill), Greg (Heather), Chris Kasowski, Amy (Andrew) Brown, Sarah (Garrett) Mikrut, John and Emily Lindvig, Lee and David Speight, Hannah Welle and Patrick and Alisabeth Whalin; and nine... (Bismarck Tribune)

Jul 31, 2015

MASTER GARDENERS COLUMN: As nice as eating flowers can be, it can also be a ...

Stop to see the Horticultural Area at the Beltrami County Fair; Master Gardeners with the help of the Bemidji Garden Club host and manage it. We are anxious to share the joys of gardening and will be there to answer your questions. (Bemidji Pioneer)