Florists in Belvidere, NJ
Find local Belvidere, New Jersey florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Belvidere 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.
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Belvidere NJ News
Jan 5, 2017
Attend the 2017 Plants of Distinction and beat the winter doldrums
This presentation will features Bunting’s one-third acre garden, Belvidere, as an example of how to create a dynamic home garden from early design decisions, major renovations, and trials and tribulations of plant choices. Featured in “This Old House” and Wall Street Journal, Belvidere will provide inspiration for all corners of a garden.
Foltz will also provide two presentations with the first highlighting top-notch bulbs and annual flowers to create color spots and high impact displays in large and small gardens. Participants will learn about annuals that not only pack a lot of “punch” in the landscape, but also attract pollinators, monarchs and other beneficial insects. Foltz will also share his favorite “must-have” plants, which have “passed the muster” for their exceptional ornamental quality, cultural adaptability, winter hardiness and pest resistance. His fun and inspiring presentation is bound to create plant lust and increase your list of coveted plants.
Conifer connoisseur, Pfiefer, will explore the endless possibilities for using outstanding dwarf and unusual conifers in the landscape. From focal points in the mixed border to backdrops for accentuating bright colors to privacy screens to accents in containers, there are many choices that make conifers exceptional additions to Michigan gardens and landscapes.
The registration fee is $80 per person and includes lunch, refreshments and handouts. Registration deadline is Feb. 12, 2017. There is no registration at the door.
To register or learn more about the program, visit 2017 Plants of Distinction.
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Henrico Master Gardener training program accepting applications through Oct. 28
American flag or flags in poor condition can bring them to the Virginia War Memorial at 621 South Belvidere Street in Richmond. The flags will be collected and properly retired as part of a formal ceremony conducted by members of American Legion Post 84 in Henrico County. > Read more.
Pet Valu to raise funds for local shelters throughout November
Citizen Staff Reports 11/03/2016
Pet Valu, with two locations in Henrico County, will hold a Thanks for Giving collection drive throughout the month of November to raise awareness of and collect food and supplies for local shelters and rescues that serve homeless animals in need.Customers are encouraged to make monetary donations in store and to drop off food and unused supplies for pets at their local Pet Valu stores. Customers will also be able to feed a homeless dog or cat for a week by purchasing a food care package for $5. > Read more.
Cultural Arts Center announces winter/spring class schedule
The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen has opened registration for its winter/spring classes, which include topics such as culinary arts for kids, fiber arts, visual and performance arts and more. Instruction is structured to appeal to a wide range of abilities from beginners to experts of all ages. Class sizes are kept small to ensure maximum benefit for participants with generally no more than 15 students."We are very proud of the breadth and depth of our instructional programs," said Arts Center President K Alferio. "Whether you're eight or 80, a novice painter or an expert photographer, we've got something for you." > Read more.
(Henrico Citizen)Sep 7, 2016
Monday picks: Yo ho! A Lego pirate's life for me!
Kelly Miller Circus sets up its single-ring big top this weekend at the Belvidere Discount Mall, 2107 Belvidere Road, Waukegan, and then on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach, 2007 Civic Center Way, Round Lake Beach. $16; $8 kids. (580) 326-9229 or kellymillercircus.com. 2 and 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 5, in Waukegan. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, and 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, in Round Lake Beach. Shows the following week in McHenry, Carpentersville, Elk Grove Village, Itasca and other suburbs; check the website for details.
Gin Blossoms play alternative rock at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles Thursday, Sept. 8. Upcoming concerts
Gin Blossoms: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, Arcada Theatre, 105 E. Main St., St. Charles. Alternative rock. $39-$49. (630) 962-7000 or arcadalive.com.
Ozomatli: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, Joe's Live, 5441 Park Place, Rosemont. For ages 21 and older. $20 general admission; $40 balcony. (847) 261-0392 or joesliverosemont.com.
Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, The Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St., Chicago. $27.50-$37.50. thechicagotheatre.com.
Information is provided by entertainment venues. Check with venue before purchasing tickets. For more concert listings, visit dailyherald.com/calendar.
(Chicago Daily Herald)Apr 22, 2016
Neptune bakers taste sweet success, seek store
Long Branch, and eating what he helped bake. STAFF VIDEO BY PETER ACKERMAN
Kathryn Phelps (left) and Elana Knopp, Neptune, owners of Belvidere Baking Co.(Photo: BOB BIELK/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)Buy Photo
NEPTUNE - Though Merion, Pennsylvania, native Elana Knopp considered a career in journalism after graduating from Rutgers University, she always felt the tug of another calling.
“I’ve always loved baking, cooking and experimenting in the kitchen,” said Knopp, 45, a Neptune resident who’s lived in the Shore area for the past 25 years. “Even though I ultimately became a certified English teacher and ran my own tutoring company, I still really wanted to be in the kitchen working with food.”
That desire seemed like a distant dream until Knopp had a chance conversation with Kathryn Phelps, her partner and fellow cooking enthusiast, on the patio of their shared home in Neptune three years ago.
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As someone who regularly baked batches of a tasty biscuit for their family based on a special recipe handed down from Phelps’ grandmother Nicolina, “I joked that we could really sell these,” Knopp said. “But then I immediately went into the kitc... (Asbury Park Press)May 18, 2015
Rose, Sara Elizabeth Tipps
Sara Elizabeth Tipps Rose, 94, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, died on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at Erlanger Medical Center.
Sara was born in Belvidere, Tn., and moved to Chattanooga at an early age. She was the daughter of the late Paul and Rosseta Tipps. Sara was married to E. Bernard Rose for 60 years, and he preceded her in death.
Sara graduated from Chattanooga High School and attended Edmondion College of Business. She retired from Cline Photo. Sara was a long time member of Northside Presbyterian Church and the Covenant Sunday School Class. She taught Sunday School and was an officer in Presbyterian Women’s Ministry. Sara was a member of the Missionary Ridge Chapter, UDC.
Sara is survived by her son and his wife, Paul Bernard and Ernestine Rose, three grandchildren, Lynnea DeAnne (Richard) Bowen, Kathryn Elizabeth (Roy) Blackshear, Paul Barton Harris (Tara) Rose, seven great-grandchildren, Austin Roy, Connor Paul and Karaline Blackshear, Tucker Thomas Gentle, Harrison Thomas, Grant Smith and Johnathan Mitchell Rose.
The family will receive friends on Tuesday, May 19, from 4-8 p.m. at Chattanooga Funeral Home-North Ch... (The Chattanoogan)