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Jul 5, 2019
Garden events in the San Fernando Valley, June 7-14 - LA Daily News
June 9. Culver City Teen Center, 4153 Overland Ave. 310-203-1482. www.culvercitygardenclub.org
Ventura County Rose Society: Burling Leong, owner of Burlington Rose Nursery in Visalia, discusses how to propagate roses using cuttings and budding roses and also, how to get roses to grow that are rare or hard-to-find, 7:30 p.m. Advice on growing roses from society members, 6:30, followed by a little rose show and society information, 7 p.m. Ventura County Office of Education Conference Center, 5100 Adolfo Road, Camarillo. 818-993-6622; 805-499-1657. www.venturacountyrosesociety.org
Southern California Tree Selection – Factors to Consider in an Era of Global Climate Change, Drought and Decreasing Diversity: Max Ritter, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo botany professor and author of “A Californian’s Guide to the Trees Among Us,” discusses exotic and native trees planted in Southern California at a meeting of the Southern California Horticultural Society, 7:30 p.m. Social, 7 p.m. Admission $5. Ritter’s books will be available for purchase and booksigning following the program. Friendship Auditorium, 3201 Riverside Drive, Los Angeles. www.socalhort.org
Theodore Payne Foundation classes: “Native Plant Maintenance,” a walk and talk with Steve Singer, 9 a.m. June 14 ($20); “Irrigation Practices for Native Plant Gardens,” with Tim Becker, 9 a.m. June 15 ($40); “Look Ma, No Lawn!” with Steve Gerischer, 1:30 p.m. June 15 ($35); “Four Seasons of Color with California Natives,” with Lili Singer, 1:30 p.m. June 22 ($30); “Native Plant Garden Maintenance,” with Steve Singer, 1:30 p.m. June 29 ($35). Reservations required. 10459 Tuxford St., Sun Valley. 818-768-1802. www.theodorepayne.org
Armstrong Garden Centers classes: “Rose Care,” 9 a.m. June 15. Area locations include: 5816 San Fernando Road, Glendale (818-243-4227); 1515 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada Flintridge (818-790-2555); 12920 Magnolia Blvd., Sherman Oaks (818-761-1522); 50 Taylor Court, Thousand Oaks (805-497-9223). Check website for other locations. Call ahead to confirm your location is holding the class. Free. U... Apr 20, 2018
6-year-old 'officer' gives roses to nursing home residents, tickets for 'being too cute'
He believes he's an official policeman," Davis of Overland Park, Kansas, told ABC News. "We started talking about the idea of passing around flowers as his duty of a policeman, and he loved it."
The first time Oliver delivered roses to a nursing home in 2017, he received an honorary police badge from the Leawood Police Department in Kansas, his mother said.
Courtney O'Connor, the executive director of Westchester Village of Lenexa, said that along with roses, Oliver also handed out "violations" to the residents that read, "you have received a ticket for being too cute."
"They loved it, it made their whole week," O'Connor told ABC News. "He was just as great with the independent living residents as well as the healthcare living residents, [who are] less able to take care of themselves... it didn't even phase him. He was very caring and compassionate and gave everyone a hug."
Oliver hopes to continue delivering flowers for the remainder of the year.
ABC News' Enjoli Francis contributed to this report. (ABC News)Mar 30, 2017
'Secret Language of Flowers' the focus of History Café
The Secret Language of Flowers was the theme for Overland Trail Museum's History Café on Thursday."Flowers are on literally everything: our dishes, our cups, our hats, our clothing, our blankets, we have some little flower bells, we have flower salt and pepper shakers. I was looking at Indian bead work; flowers are often represented in bead work, they're represented in artwork," museum curator Kay Rich said about the items at the museum that have flowers on them.Cheryl Schiel, owner of Country Gardens, talks about different things flowers are used for during Overland Trail Museum's History Café on "The Secret Language of Flowers." (Callie Jones / Sterling Journal-Advocate)She talked about the Flower Day her mother's church used to have every year, where everyone in the congregation would bring whatever flowers they had growing in their yard and the church sanctuary would be filled with mason jars full of colors. In her research, she could find very little about Flower Day, but she did find that in Bulgaria, they call Palm Sunday Flower Day or Willow Day, as they commemorate Jesu... (Journal Advocate)Dec 28, 2016
Take in Ballet Idaho's 'The Nutcracker,' Serenata's 'Messiah' and DreamWeaver's 'Virginia' for the holidays
Fund, which helps repair and acquire instruments for students.
‘Sing-along, Play-along Messiah’
6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, at Summit Church, 10375 W. Overland Road, Boise. Free. Register to participate at SummitChurchBoise.org/messiah-sing.
Nampa’s DreamWeaver Theatre will celebrate the holidays with “Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus,” a musical based on the real-life story of 8-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon, who wrote a letter to the editor at the now-defunct New York Sun to ask if Santa Claus really exists. The published answer became the title of a book, play and now a musical with music and lyrics by David Kirchenbaum and a book by Myles McDonnel.
The performance benefits Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Idaho. Bring your letter to Santa and place it in the Macy’s mailbox. The company will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish for every letter.
‘Yes, Virginia the Musical’
7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16; 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, Jewett Auditorium, The College of Idaho, Caldwell. $5. Brown Paper Tickets. DreamWeaverMusicalTheatre.org.
(Idaho Statesman (blog))Dec 2, 2016
Adorable 5-Year-old Becomes Honorary Cop After Giving Flowers and Hugs to Seniors
Oliver Davis may be small and adorable, but he takes his job very seriously.
This pint-sized policeman has made it his job to visit nursing homes in Overland Park, Kansas and give out hugs, roses, and kisses to all the residents.
“Everyone told me it made their day. He asked me if it was ok to hug them and I said yes! So he would pass out a flower and give each one a hug,” Brandi Davis told the Good News Network. “We have been been to 3 nursing homes so far and he loves it and wants to go to more.”
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His kindness doesn’t just stop at the elderly – the preschooler is very careful about keeping an eye on the rest of the community as well.
“He wakes up every morning and puts on his uniform and then has to ride his motorcycle rain or shine to check on all of the neighbors. He then has to sit on the street with his radar gun to check for speeders!”
Officer Oliver spreads so much spread love in his town, the local police force gave him an honorary police badge and salute for his kindness.
(WATCH the adorable video below)
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This 5-year-old became a 'policeman.' His beat? Handing out flowers at nursing homes
It started with a simple request.
Last Christmas, Oliver Davis of Overland Park, Kansas, asked Santa for a police officer uniform.
To his mom, the wish seemed to come out of nowhere since there are no police officers in their family.
But Santa obliged. And Oliver loved that blue uniform so much he didn’t want to wear anything else.
He wore it every day, even to preschool.
And so, Officer Oliver was born.
Then he wanted more police gear.
When his mom saw a kiddie-sized police motorcycle on Craigslist, she bought it. In the compartment on the back, Oliver stashes his radar gun, a set of handcuffs and his sunglasses.
He has five pairs of aviators. He likes to wear them all the time.
Officer Oliver has even given his mom a few verbal “tickets” for her driving.
“I think you’re going too fast.”
“You didn’t have your blinker on when you turned.”
Oliver takes his policing seriously. He sits on his motorcycle in his yard and points his radar gun at people driving by.
When he clocks them going fast, he yells: “Slow down!”
He rode his motorcycle to an open hous... (The San Luis Obispo Tribune)
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