Florists in Big Timber, MT
Find local Big Timber, Montana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Big Timber and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Big Timber Flower Shops
Big Timber MT News
Jun 22, 2016
Monday's Montana Scoreboard
Kylie Esh, Ronan
Coral Schulz, Whitefish
Teigan Avery, Kalispell
Hannah Rosanova, Bozeman
Kameryn Bosye, Bozeman
Tanna Campbell, Big Timber
Morgan O’Neil, Laurel
McKenna Tinseth, Kalispell
Laurel Ward, Bozeman
Anaconda Hills women
Play of the day – High/Low (Cam Cherry/Shawna Miller/Fankie tigart/Jan Higgins 80)
Overall lows – Cam Cherry 37 (gross); Frankie Tigart 27 (net)
First flight – Jackie Lohman 42 (gross); Betty Aune 33 (net)
Second flight – Jan Higgins 44 (gross); Shawna Miller 32 (net)
Third flight – Dee Hagan 55 (gross); Marilyn Johnson 37, Connie Threlkeld 37 (net)
Fewest putts – Cam Cherry 11
Chip-In – Dee Hagan on No. 16.
Anaconda Hills seniors
1. 30,Don Wojtala, Jack Keith, George Clinger and Dick Gipe. 2. (Tie) 31, Gene Cook, Jim Schermele, Barry Fields, Don Thrush and Bob Olson; 31, Rich Thayer, Dave Archibald, Walt Albert and Mac McKay; 31, Steve Mallicott, Lee Lehman, Rick Gartzka and Jerry Wellcome.
Closest to the pin on #13, Steve Mallicott. Closest to the pin on #15, Earl Smith.
Eagle Falls women
Play of the day – Odd Ball (Bonnie Noble/Betty Aune/Janet Keith/Jackie Lohman 84)
Overall lows – Dee Johns 39 (gross); Judy Kinonen 29, Frankie Tigart 29 (net)
First flight – Jackie Lohman 43 (gross); Betty Aune 33 (net)
Second flight – Sherry Andersen 46 (gross); Barb Zuidema 32 (net)
Third flight – Jean Annau 55 (gross); Dee Hagan 34 (net)
Fewest putts – Connie Threlkeld 15, Shawna Miller 15, Frankie Tigart 15
... (Great Falls Tribune)Mar 11, 2016
Annual PHS Flower Show offers fun time for all with National Parks theme
Yosemite and Yellowstone, among others. Other historic sites are also included. The visitor begins at the “Big Timber Lodge” and is immediately welcomed by National Park Service Rangers. This lodge is described as “a modern interpretation of classic park architecture” and was greatly inspired by Native American culture. Artist Emily White provided the function with buffalo and bear sculptures while Klip Collective created a video with sounds of bison and songbirds. The visual and audio components come together to really make the guests feel as if they were in the wild. After the grand entrance, the guest then has the ability to take one of the three trails through the showroom to observe all the different exhibits. The design gallery is composed of creative, colorful windowsills and balconies with decor concepts “borrowed from historic settings.” The mini arrangements of flowers were charming and the detail of the miniature settings based on historic periods were exceptional.
Scattered throughout all the exhibits are caterers and restaurants so explorers don’t go hungry. The carefully crafted themed dining experiences begin with a trail mix bar near the entrance where visitors could make a “grub bag” until they find their way to the Smoky Mountain Cafe, The Declaration of Cheesesteaks, or the Denali Cafe. There are many more food offerings and even a “PHS Pop Up Beer Garden” that takes the explorers camping with its s’mores, brownies and music. The show’s famous “Garden Tea,” which is only offered twice a day, is the more sophisticated dining option. This menu of mini sandwiches, pastries and teas is a fan favorite — at least for those who get the chance to try it.
Some other highlights of the show include “Find Your Park Pavilion”, Railway Garden, “Butterflies Live!” and Make & Take. “Find Your Park Pavilion” has a very cool concept of inspiring visitors to actually get... (Drexel University The Triangle Online)