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Bellville Flower Shops

Bellville Flowers & Gifts

72 Main St
Bellville, OH 44813
(419) 886-4810

Bellville OH News

Feb 3, 2017

Mansfield to commit to America in Bloom beautification

It's going to happen real fast. We're just going to bite the bullet and do it this year." Volunteers from Ontario, Bellville and Shelby, who were invited to the meeting Thursday could decide whether to jump in this year, or delay until next year, he said. Versaw said he'd like to see the city participate in America in Bloom for at least five years. "The ones who benefit most from the program are the ones who stay in it for five or 10 years," continuously looking for projects, Hahn said. A follow-up meeting has been scheduled for 8 a.m. Feb. 23 at Kingwood Center's carriage house, to allow area residents from any location around the county who are interested in pursuing America in Bloom beautification projects. "I want to take this to the next level and get the community involved, find volunteers," Versaw said. "I'm excited, and I think we want to get the whole community excited about it." lmartz@gannett.com419-521-7229Twitter: @MNJmartz Read or Share this story: http://ohne.ws/2k4I7RM ... (Mansfield News Journal)

Dec 15, 2016

Florist returns to her roots with Carrousel District shop

Park Avenue West in October 1999. “I always knew I wanted to have my own flower shop," she said. Her grandmother grew flowers, entering them in the Bellville Street Fair every year. "Every category you could think of for flowers," she said. "Every year at her house that time of the year, it was packed full of flowers." And her mother has a green thumb, too — she owns an interior plant-scaping business, taking care of plants in local businesses. "It’s kind of in the blood, I guess," she said with a laugh. Beaire, a 1991 graduate of Lexington High School, received degrees in horticulture from Pioneer Career and Technology Center and floral design and marketing from the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute. After high school, Beaire worked in the old Stuhldreher building for five years under former owner Al Goodman. She left in July 1999, just a few months before her shop opened. Goodman and his wife, Joetta, sold the shop in early 1999. "The basics of what it takes to run a business like this, I learned from Albert Goodman," she said. Buy Photo Tara's Floral Expressions is moving from Park Ave. West to the Carousel District on West Fourth Street in Mansfield. The move is expected to be completed around the first of the New Year. (Photo: Brian J. Smith/News Journal ) Joetta Goodman is still a customer of Beaire's, and when she came in a few weeks ago, she asked if the rumors she heard about Beaire moving into the new location were true. "She just started crying, and I was like, is that good tears or bad tears?" Beaire said. "She goes, oh that’s good tears. Al would be thrilled.” Beaire is looking forward to returning to the building where she mastered her craft. She's also looking forward to becoming a part of the city's revitalized Carrousel District. “I love what they’re doing downtown," she said. "I love the art. (Mansfield News Journal)

Aug 29, 2016

Caprice Hill and Flowers N Songs victorious

Simcoe Stakes on Sept. 2 and the eliminations and final of the Elegantimage on Sept. 9 and 17. Before those open stake events get under way, the Campbellville oval will host the fourth regular season Grassroots leg for the two-year-old pacing fillies on Monday, Aug. 22. The fillies will battle in Races 2, 5, 7, and 9, with the first race going postward at 7:30 pm. Ontario Racing ... (Harnesslink)

Feb 2, 2016

Libraries hosting Feb. events

Butler Branch Feb. 11 from 3-5PM. Lucas Branch – Feb. 22 from 3:30-5:30 PM •ANTI-VALENTINE’S DAY PARTY: Grades 4-12 come to the Bellville Branch Feb. 12 from 3:30-4:45 PM and celebrate Anti-Valentine’s Day with all things non-valentine. There will be snacks, crafts, games, and definitely no flowers, hearts, or anything red! This program is free but sign up is required. Call 419-886-3811 to sign up. •PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS:YARN CREATIONS: Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, come knit or crochet a scarf at the Bellville Branch Monday, Feb. 8 from 6-7:30 PM! You bring yarn and needles/hooks and we’ll provide the scarf pattern. Call 419-886-3811 to sign up. •SHARP DESIGN: Come to the Madison Branch 6 p.m. Feb. 9 and use our special markers and your imagination to decorate a ceramic plate or mug. Take it home and bake it to save your design forever. Call 419-589-7050 to sign up for this free program. •CRAFT NIGHT: Wanting to try something new but not sure if you want to invest in the tools? Join us at the Mansfield/Richland County Public Library to try out some of our craft equipment. This program will be held at the Crestview Branch on Tuesday, Feb. 9 and at the Plymouth Branch on Thursday, Feb. 11 from 6-7:30 PM. This program is free but sign up is required. Call 419-895-0010 to sign up at the Crestview Branch or 419-687-5655 to sign up at the Plymouth Branch. •ONTARIO BOOK CHATTER: The Tuesday afternoon book discussion group will meet at the Ontario Branch on 1 p.m. Feb. 9. This month everybody in the group will be discussing “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” by Maria Semple. Come on out and join in the discussion. No sign-up is required. •GENEALOGY RESEARCH IN KENTUCKY: Come to the Main Library 6:30 p.m. Feb. 9 where Director of the Samuel D. Isaly Library, Tom Neel, will help in the hunt for family history by visiting the Kentucky State Archives and examining what is available at the county level as well as following the rivers, exploring the tobacco fields and the coal regions. This program is free but sign up is required. To sign up call 419-521-3110. •ESCAPE TO FREEDOM: Come to the Lexington Branch on 6 p.m. Feb. where Local resident Alwine Stull will share the story of her family’s escape from what is now Serbia to freedom after WWII. Come hear the fascinating story! This program is free but sign up is required. Call 419-884-2500 to sign up. (Mansfield News Journal)