Florists in Smithfield, RI
Find local Smithfield, Rhode Island florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Smithfield 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.
Smithfield Flower Shops
36 Maple Avenue
Smithfield, RI 02917
Smithfield RI News
Oct 12, 2018
Three wines to stock up on for Thanksgiving, plus 2 more to sip on warm days
Wine Bar & Cheese Shop in Arlington, Streets Market and Unwined in Alexandria, 3 Chopt Mart and Libbie Market in Richmond, Bon Vivant Market in Smithfield.
Stobi Rosé 2017
This is an unusual wine, not just because we don't see many from Macedonia. It is a blend of the white rkatsiteli grape (native to Georgia) and the native Balkan red vranec. The mash-up is delicious, a basketful of fresh-picked berries with a squirt of citrus. ABV: 12 percent.Imported by Winebow, distributed by Winebow in the District, Country Vintner in Maryland and Virginia: Available in the District at Rodman's, Town & Country Market, U Street Wine & Beer; on the list at Ambar, Bistro Boheme, Hank's Oyster Bar (Pennsylvania Avenue), Sospeso. Available in Virginia at Dominion Wine and Beer in Falls Church, Euro Foods in Alexandria; on the list at Ambar in Arlington, Bastille, Cosmopolitan Grill, Old House Cosmopolitan and Society Fair in Alexandria.
Availability information is based on distributor records. Wines might not be in stock at every listed store and might be sold at additional stores. Prices are approximate. Check Winesearcher.com to verify availability, or ask a favorite wine store to order through a distributor.
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... Dec 8, 2016
Explore homes in Colonial Williamsburg, Smithfield, Poquoson decked out for holidays
Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center (101 Visitor Center Drive). They can also be purchased from the homes.
More info: greenspringgardenclub.org.
Smithfield homes tour
Christmas in Smithfield will feature a historic homes tour this Saturday.
The tour was a staple in the 1980s, running for 12 straight years before ending in the 1990s, according to Christmas in Smithfield Chairman Lanny Hinson.
A high demand of volunteers couldn't be met until last year, when the tour returned to Smithfield.
"It takes a village larger than we have," Hinson said.
About 100 volunteers are used for this year's tours. A daytime tour will take guests to three homes while a sold-out candelight tour in the evening to three different homes also is planned.
Proceeds will go toward the Isle of Wight Courthouse, which is part of the non-profit Preservation Virginia.
"It was a real success so we're doing it again this year," Hinson said. "The homeowners have been very gracious to allow to us open up their homes for this one special weekend."
Three homes will be featured on the tour, with tickets still available for tours between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tickets for the tour can be purchased ahead of time at the Smithfield Center (220 N. Church Street), where shuttles to the homes will be provided.
An antiques show is scheduled to coincide with the tour. The show is scheduled from noon-5 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Tickets for the antique show may be purchased on-site at the Smithfield Center.
Poquoson homes tour
Poquoson Animal Welfare Sanctuary will host a Coastal Christmas Tour from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
It is the first time PAWS has organized a tour, with the proceeds going toward the shelter.
"We thought it'd be fun to resurrect a Christmas homes tour. There's not a lot of them now," said Mary Diggs, the event chair. "We thought we'd give it a shot."
Planning for the event began in the spring and was finalized with six homes for the tour. Five of those have views of nearby rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. The other home, Diggs described as the "Santa House," which features 65 Christmas trees and more than 250 Nutcrackers.
"I'd pay $20 just to see her home," Diggs said. "It's amazing."
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at poquosonanimalwelfaresanctuary.com, where information on the homes is also available. Tickets can also be bought the day of the vent at Tabernacle United Methodist Church (831 Poquoson Ave).
For additional details, call 757-868-1379.
Black can be reached by phone at 757-247-4607.
Willimasburg's Christmas Homes Tour
... (Daily Press)Nov 9, 2016
Earnings On Watch: We take a look at Flowers Foods, Inc. (FLO)'s EPS which has continued to Decline
Moreover, Gabelli Funds Ltd Liability Com has 0.11% invested in Flowers Foods, Inc. (NYSE:FLO) for 972,000 shares. Smithfield Trust Co, a Pennsylvania-based fund reported 225 shares. Aperio Grp Lc, a California-based fund reported 21,090 shares. Jane Street Group Ltd Liability has 12,510 shares for 0% of their US portfolio. Intact Investment has 0.1% invested in the company for 125,800 shares. Citadel Ltd Liability Co has invested 0.01% of its portfolio in Flowers Foods, Inc. (NYSE:FLO). Quantitative Inv Mgmt Llc accumulated 52,400 shares or 0.05% of the stock. Ibm Retirement Fund holds 17,449 shares or 0.01% of its portfolio. D E Shaw & Incorporated last reported 47,217 shares in the company.
Insider Transactions: Since June 2, 2016, the stock had 4 buys, and 3 insider sales for $7.07 million net activity. LEWIS MARGARET G also bought $27,540 worth of Flowers Foods, Inc. (NYSE:FLO) on Tuesday, August 16. TASHIE JOSEPH G had sold 24,800 shares worth $463,512. 10,000 shares were bought by SPEAR JAMES T, worth $152,797. $449,796 worth of shares were bought by MCMULLIAN AMOS R on Thursday, August 25. Another trade for 23,700 shares valued at $443,427 was sold by HYSELL ROBERT B. On Thursday, August 25 the insider DEESE GEORGE E sold $7.00M. LAN RICHARD had bought 14,000 shares worth $212,485 on Friday, August 19.
Flowers Foods, Inc. is a producer and marketer of bakery products. The company has a market cap of $3.21 billion. The Firm operates in two divisions: direct-store-delivery segment and warehouse delivery segment (Warehouse Segment). It has a 17.64 P/E ratio. The DSD segment’s production plant locations include Birmingham, Alabama; Opelika, Alabama; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Goldsboro, North Carolina; Jamestown, North Carolina, and Oxford, Pennsylvania.
According to Zacks Investment Research, “Flowers Foods, Inc. is one of the largest producers and marketers of a full line of frozen and non-frozen bakery and dessert products in the United States. Flowers Foods consists of Flowers Bakeries and Mrs. Smith’s Bakeries.”
Another recent and important Flowers Foods, Inc. (NYSE:FLO) news was published by Bizjournals.com which published an article titled: “Flowers Foods warns impact of labor lawsuits it’s facing is still unknown” on October 23, 2016.
FLO Company Profile
Flowers Foods, Inc., incorporated on October 19, 2000, is a producer and marketer of bakery products. The Firm operates in two divisions: direct-store-delivery segment (DSD Segment) and warehouse delivery segment (Warehouse Segment). The firm operates approximately 50 bakeries and a mix plant. The Company’s baked foods clients include mass merchandisers, supermarkets and other retailers, restaurants, quick-serve chains, food wholesalers, institutions, dollar stores and vending companies. The Firm sells returned and surplus products through a system of discount bakery stores. The Firm operates approximately 280 discount bakery stores.
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By Nellie Frank
Tags: (NYSE:FLO), FLO, Flowers Foods Inc
... (MoneyMakingArticles)Mar 11, 2016
High school student buys 900 flowers for Valentine's Day
Hayden Godfrey has given out flowers to female students at Sky View High School in Smithfield, Utah, for years.
This year, he wanted every girl to have a flower.
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To do that, Godfrey worked three jobs and saved up for nearly a year to afford 900 carnations to give to 834 girls at his school, according to ABC News.
Working as a dishwasher at a Mexican resturant, a cook at McDonald's and a bagger at a grocery store allowed Godfrey to save up $450 to buy the flowers.
Godfrey's friends helped him stem the flowers to prep them three weeks before they were handed out Thursday.
KUTV reported that the 17-year-old student worked with school administrators to coordinate distribution of the flowers.
Godfrey was more than happy to take the time out to compete the gesture.
"I think it’s something I’ll remember for the rest of my life," he said. "I got a lot of 'thank yous' that day. It was really cool."
Lilyan Sharp, Godfrey's girlfriend of six months, supported her boyfriend as well and said what he did was "very special."
"I, myself, spent a lot of Valentine... (Palm Beach Post)Feb 3, 2016
Open Doors listings for Jan. 30
Naked Tree Identification Workshop, Audubon Society of Rhode Island's Powder Mill Ledges Wildlife Refuge, 12 Sanderson Rd., Smithfield. Mostly indoor program for adults includes information on branching patterns, bark and buds in helping to determine deciduous species, with added tips on evergreen species. Short time at end of program spent outdoors to identify trees. Sat., Feb. 6, 10 a.m.-noon. $14. 949-5454; asri.org.
R.I. Forest Conservators Organization Woodland Owner's Workshop Series. Woodland management topics incl... (The Providence Journal)Jan 8, 2016
Real Estate Transactions: Jan. 10
West Preston Street in Selma, $7,000.
Burgess Properties LLC to Mt. Zion Church of Deliverance, lots 120-122 in Woodall Heights subdivision, Smithfield Township, $12,000.
Veronelli Homes Inc. to Zackery Keith Driver and Amanda Pearce Driver, Lot 11 in Glen Iris subdivision, O’Neals Township, $152,000.
Anne P. Stanley to Brenda Dowless and Stan Turner, Lot 1 in Buckhorn Glade subdivision, $18,000.
Wells Fargo Bank to Teddie P. Zink, 0.697 acres on New Creech Road, Selma $88,000.
Bruce D. Lewis and Kim L. Lewis to Stephen P. Broadhead and Laura A. Broadhead, Lot 37 in Pineville West @ The Village subdivision, Wilders Township, $550,000.
Golden Properties and Development Inc. to Anthony J. Bascone and Janet M. Bascone, Lot 173 in Kyndal subdivision, Cleveland Township, $242,000.
David R. Hartman Jr. and Bobbie L. Hartman to Peter W. Pinelli, Christy G. White and Melissa A. White, Lot 6 in Little Creek Farms subdivision, Clayton Township, $167,500.
DWF Development Inc. to RHS Building Contractors Inc., lots 14 and 18 in Evergreen subdivision at Flowers Plantation, Wilders Township, $120,000.
DWF Development Inc. to MF Homes Inc., lots 15 and 17 in Evergreen subdivision at Flowers Plantation, $120,000.
Miland Inc. to Juan Rosario Rosa and Osmeda Reanos Fajardo, Lot 34 in Riverstone subdivision, Wilson’s Mills Township, $180,000.
Jeffery A. Adams and Penny Jo Adams to Dale L. Witman and Deborah Witman, 1.63 acres in Clayton Township, $170,000.
W. Stan Taylor, et al, to Charles Barrett Stanley and Cheryl H. Stanley, 50.35 acres Ingrams Township, $60,000.
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance Inc. and Michael Shelton, agent, to Leovardo Candido, Lot 53 in Holts Landing subdivision, $88,000.
Kevin M. Owens and Sandy Owens to Clinton A. Clay and Casey N. Clay, Lot 59 in Springfield subdivision, $185,000.
Kathryn Lassiter Stokes and Charles L. Stokes Jr. to Willard Proctor Hinnant Jr., 1.14 acres, $35,500.
Golden Properties and Development Inc. to Raechel Louise Hill and Andrew M. Hill, Lot 116 in Kyndal subdivision, Cleveland Township, $260,000.
James D. Goldston Jr. and Louise F. Goldston to Ali Bajes Ewais, lots in Beulah Township, $130,000.
The Rosa G. Lewis estate to Martin A. Mathes, Lot 21 in White Oak Farms subdivision, ... (News & Observer)