Florists in Clair, NB
Find local Clair, New Brunswick florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Clair 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.
Clair Flower Shops
778D Rue Principale
Clair, NB E7A2H6
Clair NB News
Jul 6, 2021
Tipperary deaths and funeral details, July 6 - TipperaryLive.ie
Isobel, Michael and Georgina, and great-grandfather of Michael, Harriet, Cecily, Oliver and Isabelle. Predeceased by his sisters Nuala, Ursula and Claire, and sadly missed by his brother Gerard and sister Twinnie and loyal friends.
Rest in eternal peace
In accordance with current Government guidelines, a family funeral limited to 50 people will take place at 12 noon on Wednesday, 7th July 2021, at St Patrick’s Church, Faugheen, Co Tipperary followed by burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. For those who are unable to attend, the Mass may be viewed on the following link:
Richard (Dick) O'KeeffeTemplemore, Tipperary
Richard ”Dick” O’Keeffe Templemore, Tipperary/London, passed away unexpectedly on 16/06/21. Sadly missed by his daughters Cathy & Lisa, his stepson Marc, grandchildren Mason & Milo, sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews.
Rest in peace
Due to Covid restrictions Richard's funeral will leave from co op funeral care for West Chapel, Croydon Crematorium arriving by 3:50pm on 8th July. The chapel has a limit on attendees for COVID restrictions, please contact his daughters to be added to contact tracing list if you wish to attend.
John (Sean) HarringtonRossoulty, Upperchurch, Tipperary
Peacefully, surrounded by his family, in the wonderful care of Thurles Community Hospital. Beloved husband of Betty and the much loved father of Tadhg, Brid, Pj, Criona, Noelle, Norma and Lily and loving brother of Con, Teresa & Kathy; he will be sadly missed by his grandchildren, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family and wide circle of friends.
May he rest in peace
Reposing at his home in Rossoulty on Tuesday evening, for family and friends from 5pm to 8pm. Removal from his home on Wednesday July 7th for a private family funeral mass in St Mary’s Church, Drombane (max 50 people) at 2 pm followed by burial in Templebeg cemetery. John's funeral mass can be viewed on the link https://churchcamlive.ie/upperchurchdrombane-parish/
Eleanor DUNNE (née Cosgrove)Booterstown, Dublin / Whitegate, Cork / Tipperary
DUNNE (née Cosgrove) Eleanor (Booterstown, Blackrock, Co. Dublin and formerly of Whitegate, Co. Cork and Bansha Castle, Co. Tipperary) July 5, 2021 – peacefully at home, in her 95th year. Beloved wife of the late John Patrick, loving mother of James, Eamonn, Terry, Mark, Rachel and Paul, and sister of the late Ned. She will be very sadly missed ... Apr 4, 2021
Programs to help Montclairians jump-start their gardens - Montclair Local
Montclair History Center’s herb sale is back May 6.(COURTESY OF THE MONTCLAIR HISTORY CENTER)By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERSwinters@montclairlocal.newsAs gardening is regaining popularity, two groups are offering sustainable and organic ways to make your garden grow. The Montclair History Center’s popular annual Herb and Heirloom Vegetable Sale is back, May 6-9. Orders are being taken now through the order form on the History Center’s site at montclairhistory.org.The sale is known for its wide array of herbs, such as 12 different types of basil, six kinds of lavender and four sages, as well as hard-to-find heirloom organic vegetable plants such as Pink Berkeley Tie Dye tomatoes, Bright Lights Swiss chard and an almost seedless eggplant lunga. Hardy flowering plants such as black hollyhocks, foxgloves that grow up to 5 feet and sweet-smelling jasmine will also be on sale. Most are $4.50, with some larger plants at $10.Preorders via mail or email are due April 11 and must be picked up on May 6. Pay... Dec 10, 2020
Arthur H. Foresman MD Obituary - NY | The Citizen - Legacy.com
He is survived by three children: Jeffrey S., Pamela L. Foresman Brundage (Brian), and Robert M. (Ludmila); and by 10 grandchildren: Katherine, Claire, Parker, Henry, Jaden, Anastasia, Alesia, Abigail, Alexander, and John; and a great grandson, Atticus. There will be no calling hours and a private ceremony will be held by the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Westminster Presbyterian Church, 17 William St, Auburn, NY 13021, or to Hospice of Central New York and of the Finger Lakes, 990 Seventh North St, Liverpool, NY, 13088.Published by The Citizen on Dec. 10, 2020. Dec 10, 2020
Shop Local Holiday Gift Guide: Montclair's Got Gifts from Quirky to Elegant - Baristanet
The #ShopLocal tradition is even more important this year for holiday shopping. Montclair’s local businesses really, really want you to know they are here for you. Shops have taken huge steps to balance an easy and effective shopping experience with keeping their employees and customers safe. Online ordering, curbside pickup, personal shopping appointments via FaceTime or in-person, and deliveries are all meant to help alleviate the concerns around COVID-safe purchasing. This year’s holiday shopping guide hopes to encourage touring Montclair’s shopping areas on foot so we can spread our gift-dollars to as many local businesses as possible. Window-shopping, combined with checking out Fresh Air Montclair displays and picking up a bite to eat, makes for a fantastic way to spend a day supporting local businesses while respecting social distancing to keep shop employees and our community healthy. We can’t include every shop, so please put additional finds in comments!
Quick-and-Easy and One-Size-Fits-All: The gift certificate! Any restaurant, cafe, gift or clothing store,... Aug 3, 2020
Obituary: Ann Hope Crawley - Montclair Local
Joe and Anne, who cared for her during her difficult illness. Hope and her late husband Frank were married for 56 years.As a Montclair resident for over 60 years, Hope was active in many parts of the town’s life. As a longtime member of the Church of the Immaculate Conception (now St. Teresa of Calcutta Parish), Hope served as president of the Parish Council and taught Christian Formation classes when her children were young. She volunteered weekly at the Salvation Army, where she helped its guests get clothes and soap for showers and cooked regularly for Meals on Wheels.Hope was a writer and photographer, who liked to share her love of travel with her readers. She wrote and developed her own photographs, in a little attic dark room, while raising eight children in Montclair. Her articles appeared in Family Circle, Woman’s Day and Yankee Magazine. Later, she worked as a newsletter editor and publicist for trade organizations, including Hobby International, and the Hemophilia Association of New Jersey. After she retired, Hope hosted bi-weekly book groups, participated in a Montclair meditation group, volunteered weekly at the Salvation Army on South Fullerton street, and attended daily mass at Immaculate Conception. She was a devoted member of the early-morning water classes at the Montclair YMCA, where s... Aug 3, 2020
Gardening for life: enjoying lazy summer days - Montclair Local
Grab a book and make a shady area of the yard your open reading room,” writes Jose German. JOSE GERMAN/FOR MONTCLAIR LOCALBy JOSE GERMANFor Montclair LocalJOSE GERMANJose German is an environmental activist, Essex County certified master gardener and Montclair resident. He is the founder of the Northeast Earth Coalition.High summer is here! Gardens are full of color despite the scarcity of rain, and the first monarch butterflies are floating gracefully through town. But this summer feels different. In the summer’s heat, a social uprising and a frightening pandemic are causing us to rethink our actions in search of better ways to deal with these challenging times. With COVID-19 a continuing threat, preserving our lives and the lives of our loved ones is a constant concern, but we are also called upon to care about the most vulnerable. In such stressful times, preserving our mental and physical health must be a top priority.People have always seen their homes as their castles. However, in these times of isolation and social distancing, a home can be a refuge for contact with nature, with gardeni...