Florists in Bryn Mawr, PA
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Bryn Mawr Flower Shops
1045 W Lancaster Ave
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
864 W. Lancaster Ave
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
663 W Lancaster Ave
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Bryn Mawr PA News
Mar 16, 2017
'Holland' wows attendees at Flower Show
I thought it was playful," said Jennifer Gubernick, of Bryn Mawr, after she stepped out of the clogs. The graphic designer, who works at an events company, said she liked this year's "broad" theme over something "kitschy" like 2015's show, which featured Disney characters.Walking into the Ecodome, a 3,500-square-foot, igloo-shaped exhibit featuring Dutch-grown plants and showcasing the Netherlands' sustainable technologies, Susan Kane spotted people sitting in what looked like a basket in the middle of the exhibit. "Oh, look!" she exclaimed to her friend Jennifer Lynn. "That's what we are in! A hot-air balloon!""That's spectacular, really," Kane said.The two friends from Mercer County, N.J., wore green shamrock stickers on their cheeks to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. They originally planned to take SEPTA's Regional Rail into Philadelphia, but gave up after spending about an hour at the West Trenton station and hearing multiple announcements about delays. (SEPTA was experiencing overhead-power issues in the early morning, which caused delays on Regional Rail lines.)Kane and Lynn ended up driving into Philadelphia, even giving a ride to a stranger, who was also waiting at the train station and on the way to the Flower Show.For those who needed a rest, a few chairs in the Ecodome proved popular."They should have more," said Anna Wojnarowska, enjoying the view from an orange plastic chair. "It would be lovely if they had more seats like this in this beautiful spot."Wojnarowska, who lives in Manhattan, takes landscape classes at the New York Botanical Garden. She said Flower Show organizers should limit the number of people who can enter at one time to allow people to walk around more freely to enjoy the beautiful gardens.Another Flower Show attendee who appreciated finding a seat in the Ecodome was Mario Facinelli, 90, of Long Island, N.Y. "Oh, really happy. Less people, more seats," he suggested as he plopped into a white seat and his daughter, Linda Dodge, took over the orange one that Wojnarowska gave up when she saw them."We have a family reunion at the Flower Show," said Dodge, of Warrenton, Va.div class="ad align... (Philly.com (blog))Mar 11, 2016
Valentine's Day -- A day for love … and possibly record spending
Wellington is the owner of Three Peas in a Pod Florist in Royersford. This year, Wellington added something new — The Late Entry Quartet from the Bryn Mawr Mainliners delivered Valentine’s wishes in song.
“They did an awesome job, and the people they sang for were so surprised,” Wellington said. “We didn’t have a huge number, but you never do the first time you try something.” She added that it’s something the shop will offer again next year.
WHO ARE WE BUYING FOR?
Consumers may have a little more room in their budget to indulge on gifts for their loved ones, according to a press release. Of the $146.84 that is expected to be spent by those celebrating Valentine’s Day, how does the spending break down?
Husbands, wives and significant others top the list, with 90.8 percent of respondents saying they plan to spend just under $90 for their significant other. Children, parents and co-workers will also be getting gifts this year.
And once again — furry family members will be feted this Valentine’s Day, according to the survey. Consumers are expected to spend $681 million to treat their favorite pets.
WHERE ARE WE BUYING?
Department stores will see the most traffic this Valentine’s Day, 34.5 percent of shoppers and 31 percent will shop at their favorite discount store. Additionally, 27.9 percent plan to shop online, 19.4 percent will visit a florist, 19.1 will visit a specialty store and 15.4 percent will shop small at a local, small business.
The NRF’s 2016 Valentine’s Day spending survey of 7,293 consumers was conducted from Jan. 5-12.
To reach writer Donna Rovins call 610-850-0272. Email business story ideas to email@example.com
... (The Delaware County Daily Times)Feb 2, 2016
St. Mary of Gostyn Church. Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Association of Chicago, 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. #800, Chicago, IL 60631 or www.alz.org.
Online condolences can be left at www.adamswinterfieldsullivan.com.
... (Bureau County Republican)Jan 8, 2016
Daniel Gulcius, 24, of 14 Bryn Mawr Ave., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license and a marked lanes violation, continued to Feb. 3.
Eleanna Valentine, 37, of 4 Tracy Place, Worcester, charged with permitting the operation of a vehicle by an unlicensed or suspended driver, dismissed.
Peter Ortiz, 29, of 76 Pine St., Leicester, charged with driving with a revoked license for being a habitual traffic offender, fined $500; and a moped violation, found not responsible.
Philip Wood, 24, of 73 Sessions Road, Hardwick, charged with possession of heroin, continued to Dec. 30.
Jordan White, 21, of 1 Euclid Ave., Worcester, charged with possession of heroin, continued to Dec. 30.
Harry Bonney, 49, of 61 Houghton St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, ordered to pay $100 costs; and driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed.
Joshua Burlingame, 33, of 112 Old Worcester Road, Charlton, charged with driving with a suspended registration, dismissed, ordered to pay $100 costs; driving an unregistered vehicle, found not responsible; and driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed.
Liset Cintron, 22, of 8 Mott St., Worcester, charged with driving without a license, found responsible, fined $100; failing to stop or yield, found responsible, filed; and driving with a suspended registration, dismissed.
Christine Cruz, 35, of 10 Upland Gardens Drive, Worcester, charged with permitting the operation of a vehicle by an unlicensed or suspended driver, found responsible, fined $100.
Kenneth Bull, 32, of 62 Vale St., Worcester, charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, continued to Feb. 12.
Michael A. Etre, 55, of 2 Dominion Road, Worcester, charged with possession of cocaine, continued to Feb. 3.
Carlos L. Mercado-Ortiz, 35, of 27 Jefferson St., Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, fined $625, ordered to pay a $50 victim witness fee; and failing to stop for a school bus, found not responsible.
Ramon Roman, 26, of 10 Fletcher Drive, Auburn, charged with two counts of shoplifting and larceny over $250, continued to Jan. 27.
Michael Harding, 27, of 54 Tulip Circle, South Grafton, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or .08 percent, continued to Jan. 27.
Brima M. Kormah, 18, of Darby, Pa., charged with being a fugitive from justice on a court warrant, dismissed.
Camil Rebollo, 28, of 510 Cambridge St., Worcester, charged with license plate violation to conceal ID, dismissed, ordered to pay $100 costs; driving an unregistered vehicle, found responsible, filed; and driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed.
Boiyan K. Kpakol, 25, of 23 Circuit Ave. East, Worcester, charged with driving with a suspended license, dismissed, ordered to pay $100 costs.
Ebony M. Shannon, 31, of 27 Ellsworth St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery on a family/household member, continued to Jan. 27.
Jose E. Rivera, 32, of 1 Coolidge Place, Clinton, charged with driving an uninsured vehicle, dismissed, ordered to pay $50 costs; and driving with a suspended registration, dismissed.
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