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Bayside Florist, Inc.

39-19 Bell Blvd
Bayside, NY 11361
(718) 423-0900

Casa Flora Ny

47-44 Bell Blvd
Bayside, NY 11361
(718) 224-1719

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Feb 1, 2020

Winning poster design for 2020 Common Ground Country Fair highlights native flowers, pollinators - Bangor Daily News

T-shirts.” Grannis spent time field sketching the flower and its pollinators around her neighborhood of East Bayside, in her own garden, her neighbor’s garden and the nearby Mount Joy Orchard. She made the final design from watercolor and gouache. The contest judges consider the designs’ adherence to MOFGA’s mission and the educational opportunities it presents, as well as its general style and beauty. The contest is limited to artists who are Maine residents or MOFGA members, who occasionally live out-of-state. This year, the contest received 66 submissions. “For this round, Joy [Grannis]’s really came to the top,” Boucher said. “Pollinators are always on the list of things we want to support and promote at the fair. It’s also a striking image, so it’s really about being able to bring the message out and spark people’s interest. ” Grannis has entered the poster contest for the past three years. Each year, she has featured pollinators in some capacity. She said her first submission had a swallowtail butterfly against the moon in a blueberry bush. Her previous submission featuring heirloom Black Oxford apples, apple blossoms and a pollinating bee, was the runner-up in the poster contest, beat out by only Kevin Martin’s winning design featuring his beloved Dexter heifers. “It was such a fun process applying,” Grannis said. “It’s really cool that they do it. Not only do they support Maine farming communities, but artists as well. I think that’s such a good thing.” The fair sells thousands posters every year, plus other paraphernalia featuring the winning design. The winning artist receives a $2,500 prize, a MOFGA membership and an article in MOFGA’s quarterly publication. Around 2,000 volunteers that are each given a T-shirt with the design, and the fair has more than 60,000 attendees annually, all of whom could potentially buy merchandise with Grannis’s design (Boucher said she plans to get one herself — maybe even two). Grannis is most excited about the poster signing at the fair. She said she is already seeing “so many lovely comments” on social media, but she wants to interact with the fair-going community herself. “I’m curious to see how people respond to the art,” she said. “I want the farming community and people involved to enjoy it. It definitely feels like I’m giving back to my community.” The 44th annual Common Ground Country Fair will be held Sept. 25-27, but the 2020 poster is available for purchase now through MOFGA’s online Country Store.

Apr 27, 2017

Bayside Breeze to host Mother's Day flower sale

EASTON — Bayside Breeze Fastpitch will host a Mother’s Day flower sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at VFW Post 5118, 355 Glebe Road, Easton.Many varieties of annual and perennial flowers, hanging baskets and decorative pots, and succulents will be available for purchase during the sale.This fundraising effort is crucial in helping Bayside Breeze achieve its annual goal, and to help provide funding for field and facility rentals, registration and insurance fees, tournament entry fees, training costs, equipment costs, umpire costs and uniform costs.Bayside Breeze Fastpitch is a nonprofit organization established in 1996. The mission of the organization is to provide young women the opportunity to develop as individuals and athletes while learning and performing the skills necessary to excel competitively in fastpitch softball.The principal purpose of the organization is to develop a softball program based upon the ideals of good sportsmanship, discipline, dedication and respect of tea... (The Star Democrat)

Mar 23, 2017

High school sports results from Thursday, March 16

Titusville 0 (From Wednesday)Rockledge — 11 15 0Titusville — 0 1 3WP: Clanton. LP: Jackson Woodward. Records: Titusville 2-6.Merritt Island 8, Bayside 2 (From Wednesday)Bayside0000002—2 6 2Merritt Island000251x—8 12 2WP: Chase Victor. Highlight: The Mustangs were led by Jake Barrett going 3-for-3 with 2 runs scored, while Chase Victor threw six scoreless innings giving up 2 hits while striking out seven. Records: Merritt Island 6-1.MCC 4, Astronaut 1Astronaut0001000—1 2 4MCC101101x—4 3 1WP: Daniel Acosta. LP: Daemon Woodruff. Highlight: Daniel Acosta allowed 2 hits and an unearned run for the complete game victory. Daemon Woodruff threw a 3 hitter for Astronaut. Titusville 5, Cocoa 2Cocoa — 2 2 2Titusville — 5 7 1WP: Jason Woodward. LP: Pryor. 2B: T – Jacob Wiirre. 3B: T – Bobby Guthrie. Highlight: Bobby Guthrie hit an RBIT triple for THS while Jason Woodward pitched 3 innings for THS to close the game without giving up a hit.. Records: Titusville 3-6.Merritt Island 8, Palm Bay 7Merritt Island0121112—8 10 2Palm Bay0100006—7 6 4WP: Taulbee. LP: Bourett. SOFTBALLCovenant Christian 10, Lake Mary Prep 0Lake Mary00000xx—0 1 3Covenant3241xxx—10 7 1WP: Heather Franklin. LP: Anna Hogenmiller. Records: Covenant Christian 7-1.Bayside 17, Heritage 0Heritage000xxxx—0 0 3Bayside3(11)3xxxx—17 16 1WP: Makenzie Wilson (1-0). 2B: B – Pennington 2, Meyer, Wilson, Dunham, Crofts. Highlight... (Florida Today)

Mar 23, 2017

Home and Garden events

Schlitz Audubon Nature Center: Environmental education programs for all ages, open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 1111 E. Brown Deer Road, Bayside, (414) 352-2880; www.schlitzaudubon.org/Planting Tomorrow’s Habitat Annual Gala. June 2.South Shore Garden Club: “Flowers Around the World” luncheon and “The Era of the 70s” fashion show, 9:30 a.m. April 22. $40 members/ $45 nonmembers/ $15 children under 12. Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave. Reservations: Rita Majerie-Klug, (414) 333-5536.SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardeners: “Bee Aware: The Importance of Pollinators in Your Garden,” 10 a.m. April 1. Free and open to public. Lake Park Community Room, 3133 E. Newberry Blvd. fyi.uwex.edu/sewmg/Perennial Plant Sale. May 20.Urban Ecology Centers: Provide year-round educational programs for kids, families and adults of all ages that foster ecological understanding and provide outdoor science education at three locations: Riverside Park, 1500 E. Park Place, (414) 964-8505; Washington Park, 1859 N. 40th St., (414) 344-5460; and Menomonee Valley, 3700 W. Pierce St., (414) 431-2940.Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum: Friends of Villa Terrace 2017 Garden Lecture Series, 7 p.m. Each lecture $20 member/ $25 nonmember. All dates $90 member/ $115 nonmembers. 2220 N. Terrace Ave. (262) 242-6095; www.villaterracemuseum.org/Maximize Your Garden Space. March 29.Unique Conifers. April 12.Flowers in Art. April 26Horticultural Inspirations. May 10.Continuous Bloom. May 24.Waukesha County Technical College: Hands-on noncredit personal enrichment courses. Classes held at 327 E. Broadway, Waukesha. (262) 691-5578; www.wctc.edu/Container Herb Gardening. May 13. $38.70.Wehr Nature Center: Maple Sugar Days fea... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Apr 22, 2016

High school sports results from Tuesday, April 12

Wilson. Highlight: Carter Stewart (EG) allowed only one hit, no earned runs and striking out 5 in four innings of work. Records: Eau Gallie 16-10. Bayside 1, Cocoa 0 Bayside 001 000 0 — 1 5 0 Cocoa 000 000 0 — 0 6 0 WP: Hunter Baxley. LP: Blake Beyel. 2B: B – Adrian Guerrera. HR: B – Andrew Walters. Highlight: Hunter Baxley pitched a complete game scattering 5 hits to pick up the win. Andrew Walters hit a solo homerun in the 3rd for the only Bayside run. Blake Beyel pitched a complete game striking out 7 for Cocoa. Rockledge 1, Satellite 0 Satellite 000 000 0 — 0 1 1 Rockledge 010 000 0 — 1 5 1 WP: Drew Parrish (7-0). LP: Jackson Vesilleus. Highlight: Drew Parrish won a pitching duel with Jackson Vesilleus of Satellte High School leading the Raiders to a 1 – 0 victory on Senior Night. Parrish yielded only an infield single in the 7th inning while striking out 11 in the complete game victory. Jackson Parker drove in Gavin Spinneweber with the only run of the night in the second inning. Records: Satellite 16-8, Rockledge 22-1. BASEBALL MCC 10, Merritt Island Christian 0 MIC 000 00X X — 0 3 5 MCC 151 112 X — 10 8 0 WP: Austin Nickle. LP: Steven Williams. 2B: MCC – Nickle. Highlight: Nick Durgin had two hits and an RBI while Robert Borell scored twice and drove in two. SOFTBALL Covenant Christian 12, Brevard HEAT 8 HEAT ... (USA TODAY High School Sports)

Apr 22, 2016

High school sports results from Tuesday, March 29

Baseball: 6 p.m. Viera at Cocoa, Heritage at Cocoa Beach, Titusville at Eau Gallie, Space Coast at Merritt Island; 7:45 p.m. Astronaut at Bayside. Softball: 6 p.m. Rockledge at Eau Gallie, Astronaut at Titusville. Boys Lacrosse: 7 p.m. Rockledge at Edgewood, Holy Trinity at University. Girls Lacrosse: 7 p.m. Sebastian River at Edgewater. Track and Field: 4:15 Florida Prep Academy, Edgewood at Viera. Brevard’s best high school track and field best performers Girls 100m: 1. Cobb-Marcus (R), 11.7; 2. Alphonse (H), Sanders (R), Simmons (R), 12.1; 5. Charles (C), 12.2; 6. Smith (R), 12.4 200m: 1. Simmons (R), 24.5; 2. Charles (C), 25.2; 3. Cobbs-Marcus (R), Sanders (R), 25.4; 5. Flowers (P), Henry (M), 26.2 400m: 1. Zeller (SC), 58.3; 2. Charles (C), 58.6; 3. O. Simmons (R), Hoo (MCC), 1:00; 5. Edgecombe (C), Jenkins (R), 1:01 800m: 1. Zeller (SC), 2:14; 2. Sh. Smith (HT), Towers (S), 2:21; 4. McCarthy (MI), Hennessy (MCC), 2:28; 6. Folio (HT), Mercaldo (V), 2:29 1600m: 1. Beach (MCC), 5:05; 2. Zeller (SC), 5:16; 3. Flemming (A), 5:17; 4. Sydney Smith (HT), Coriell (R), 5:21; 6. McLaughlin (R), 5:23 3200m: 1. Beach (MCC), 10:48; 2. McLaughlin (R), 11:41; 3. Folio (HT), 11:53; 4. Bress (M), 11:56; 5. Groppel (S), Towers (S), 11:59 100m hurdles: 1. G. Gayles (HT), 14.7; 2. Jenkins (R), Monborne (MI), 16.2; 4. Britten (HT), 16.3; 5. Winn (E), 16.8; 6. Barton (A), 17.1 300m hurdles: 1. Monborne (MI), 47.4; 2. Bacon (HT), 47.6; 3. Jenkins (R), 47.7; 4. Smith (R), 48.4; 5. Farls (MI), 50.1; 6. Clark (R), 51.7 4x100m relay: 1. Rockledge, 46.6; 2. Holy Trinity, 48.9; 3. Cocoa, 49.2; 4. Titusville, 51.1; 5. Palm Bay, 52.1; 6. Melbourne Central Catholic, 52.2 4x400m relay: 1. Rockl... (USA TODAY High School Sports)