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Order flowers and gifts from Pammett's Flowers located in Peterborough ON for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 208 Charlotte St, Peterborough Ontario K9J2T8 Zip. The phone number is (705) 742-5093. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Pammett's Flowers in Peterborough ON. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Pammett's Flowers delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Aug 25, 2017

Rare trio of stinky corpse flowers to bloom at Washington garden

It looks prehistoric ... like something out of a movie," said Julie Spack, 30, of Peterborough, New Hampshire, before she snapped a selfie with it. Reporting by Ian Simpson; Editing by Colleen Jenkins and Sandra MalerOur Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Feb 3, 2016

Airbnb launches 15-year-old's career

PETERBOROUGH — When Alex Pollard was 12, he didn’t spend his weekends playing Little League baseball or having sleepovers. He hosted, in his beach-side home outside of San Francisco, guests who hailed from all over the world. “I have a different take on life and perspective of the world because of it,” said the 15-year-old Pollard, with a budding mustache, curly, black hair and sporting a V-neck sweater. “I don’t feel innately enhanced or better. But, I do feel there are things I see differently.” A freshman at High Mowing School, Pollard is the youngest host for Airbnb, an online marketplace that allows him and his mother, Laura Hoffman, to rent out their two-bedroom cottage in Santa Cruz. Pollard’s involvement in the lodging service has not only exposed him to a hodgepodge of guests and conversations. It has also allowed him to travel throughout North America and Europe, become civically and politically minded and placed him in Paris during the terrorist attacks in November. Pollard... (Monadnock Ledger Transcript)

Dec 30, 2015

NH Senior Notes: Donations help deliver Christmas to seniors

Luers Eyman at 589-4610 or or go to Next: Jan. 15 when the theme is TimeSlips storytelling.• Peterborough: Memory Cafe in Summerhill Assisted Living and Memory Care Community’s pub, 183 Old Dublin Road, 2-3 p.m. the first Thursday. Free. Reservations not required, but helpful. Call 924-6238 or go to Next: Jan. 7.Littleton center starting a coffee club in JanuaryLITTLETON — Littleton Area Senior Center, 77 Riverglen Lane, is starting a Let’s Talk Coffee Club next month.“As winter descends in our area, many of us will suffer from various ailments and stages of aging. No one is immune. But we can help each other through the winter months and beyond with friendly support,” the center wrote about the club. Seniors are invited to share a cup of coffee along with some stories at the club’s monthly meetings, starting Friday, Jan. 8, from 9 to 10:30 a.m.A Laugh-in Day is planned Wednesday, Jan. 6. Seniors are encouraged to dress up, tell a joke, carry out a practical joke, anything to make people laugh.The Bookworms Book Club will discuss “The Chaperone” by Laura Moriarty when it meets at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26.For more about the center’s activities, call 444-6050. (The Union Leader)

Sep 2, 2015

New Hampshire has 14 cut-your-own flower farms

She said there is a great demand for flowers and "it's so fun. Who doesn't like flowers?" At Rosaly's Garden in Peterborough, Rosaly Bass has been selling cut-your-own flowers for 41 years. The charge is $12 a pound, but priced by the stem for hydrangeas and sunflowers. In New London, Spring Ledge Farm has an extensive cutting garden. Just grab a pair of scissors and start creating bouquets. They charge $12.95 a pound, which is about two commercially-packaged bouquets. Here's the farms we found in New Hampshire where you can cut away: -- WESTMORELAND Hillside Springs Farm and CSA 399-7288 -- SOUTH HAMPTON Heron Pond Farm and CSA 394-0129 -- WARNER Blue Moon Berry Farm 456-3144 -- GILFORD Beans and Greens 293-2853 -- LOUDON Milk and Honey Farm 715-1215 -- WEBSTER Milkcan Corner Farm 648-2268 -- PETERBOROUGH Rosaly's Garden 924-7774 -- PLAINFIELD Riverview Farm -- STRATHAM Blueberry Bay Farm 580-1612 -- NEW LONDON Springledge Farm -- LONDONDERRY Sunnycrest Farm 432-9652 -- PLYMOUTH Longview Farm 536-3823 -- MEREDITH Moulton Farm 279-3915 -- MILFORD Butternut Farm Recommended ... (WMUR Manchester)

Jun 2, 2015

Stamford Flower Club brings joy with Lonely Bouquet campaign

National Flower Arranging Day on Friday last week. They set up a stall at Stamford’s Friday market to show off their work and collect for the Peterborough Downs Syndrome Group, giving a splash of colour to the High Street. A "lonely bouquet" left by Stamford Flower Club for someone to pick up on National Flower Arranging Day. EMN-150805-174959001 And the club also supported the national “Lonely Bouquet” campaign. They put together several bouquets and left them around the town with notes asking those who picked them up either to accept the gift or pass it on to someone else. The note also asked people to share the journey of their bouquets with the club. Club member Janet Warburton said: “One of the Stamford lonely bouquets has found its way to London. The lady reported to Facebook that the flowers were now very happy to be in Wimbledon SW19 and she was delighted. “The National Flower Arranging Society project to leave lonely bouquets across the country on National Flower Arranging Day has proved to be a great success and we await with interest to discover the fate of the other Stamford bouquets. A "lonely bouquet" left by Stamford Flower Club for someone to pick up on National Flower Arranging Day. EMN-150805-174948001 “The market stall was another success story as flower clubs members came together and had great fun arranging the flowers so kindly donated by Morrisons. The arrangements were sold in aid of the Peterborough Area Downs Syndrome Group and all the money collected will be added to funds rai... (Rutland and Stamford Mercury)


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