Florists in Wakefield, RI
Find local Wakefield, Rhode Island florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Wakefield 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.
Wakefield Flower Shops
365 Main Street
Wakefield, RI 02879
102 Main St
Wakefield, RI 02879
Wakefield RI News
Apr 13, 2017
Flowers left at Nelson wharf where Leo Lipp-Neighbours' car was found
There were three bunches of flowers and a candle at the Port Nelson wharf in Wakefield Quay on Friday morning.Lipp-Neighbours' orange Toyota Corolla station wagon was pulled from the water beneath the wharf on Tuesday night, ending the seven-year search that spanned the top of the South Island.BRADEN FASTIER/FAIRFAX NZLeo Lipp-Neighbours car is transported off Nelson Wharf to another facility. READ MORE:* How Leo's car was found* Q&A: The Leo Lipp-Neighbours case* Human remains found in car* Looking for LeoThe 19-year-old student was last seen leaving his Nelson flat in his car about 4am on January 24, 2010.Project Butterfly, a group set up to support bereaved families through the death of a child, put out an appeal for people to drop flowers at the wharf from Friday to Sunday.Seven years after he disappeared, Leo Lipp-Neighbours' car has been found in Nelson's harbour, with human remains inside.The station wagon was moved from the scene on Thursday afternoon on the back of a tow truck and taken to a storage facility.The roof had been cut off and wheels were removed.The police forensic examination appeared to be complete and the wharf was hosed down.Nelson Bays area commander Mat Arnold-Kelly said it was an active investigation as p... (The Press)Apr 7, 2017
Floral tributes grow as people pay respect to the family of Leo Lipp ...
MARION VAN DIJKEmma Eagle and her daughter Lily Eagle, 4, place flowers at the Wakefield Quay Port Nelson wharf where Leo Lipp-Neighbours car was found. As a mother who had lost a child, Emma Eagle wanted to show the family of Leo Lipp-Neighbours she was thinking of them. The Nelson woman said hearing about the events of the last week brought feelings of grief back for her and she wanted to pay respect to his family.MARION VAN DIJK/FAIRFAX NZFlowers and a candle at the wharf near where Leo Lipp-Neighbours' car was found on Friday morning."I just thought, that is someone's baby. "Eagle said she felt heartbroken when she saw the photos of Charlotte Lipp and Colin Neighbours looking on as their son's vehicle was being pulled out of the sea.READ MORE:* How Leo's car was found* Q&A: The Leo Lipp-Neighbours case* Human remains found in car* Looking for LeoLeo Lipp-Neighbours, right, with his mother, Charlotte Lipp"I've lost a baby too, I just thought it would be nice if everybody in Nelson came down and put flowers so his mum and dad knew that other people cared."S... (Stuff.co.nz)Feb 9, 2017
Montgomery/MAC basketball notebook: Churchill girls get back on track; Potomac School's Devon Flowers gets 'a ...
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Senior Coco Kuchins, 20, has helped guide Churchill to a 10-2 start this winter that includes a key win over Bethesda-Chevy Chase last Tuesday.
Dec 15, 2016
Cappies Review: Wakefield High School, In The Garden of Live Flowers
RINE KELLY of McLean High School
ARLINGTON, VA — Riddles aren't easy to solve, and as Rachel Carson embarks on a journey to find their her answer, Wakefield High School's "In the Garden of Live Flowers" blossoms. Mystical animals, ambient music, and heart wrenching scenes create the surreal story, unfolding into an inspiring and touching production.
'In the Garden of Live Flowers' was written by Attillio Favorini and Lynne Conner based on the life of Rachel Carson, the author of Silent Spring. Carson was a marine biologist whose many educational writings informed the unaware public of the dangers of pesticides. While dealing with the harsh criticism her book received, Carson was diagnosed with breast cancer. The production follows this journey, complete with flashbacks and fantasy, with Carson often finding herself in a realm of imagination guided by Lewis Carroll's character Alice, Carson's alter-ego and childhood hero. As the story unfolds, each piece ties together, making for an exciting show and a dreamlike production.
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Hazel Thurston, playing Rachel Carson, handled her role beautifully. As a character forced to age throughout the show, Thursto... (Patch.com)Sep 7, 2016
Monday picks: Yo ho! A Lego pirate's life for me!
Monday is We Love Our Country Day at Last Fling, the Naperville Jaycee's last big bash of the summer. The Hillbilly Rockstarz play at 3 p.m., Adam Wakefield (of NBC's "The Voice") at 4:30 and Alabama artist Jamey Johnson at 6. Main stage acts at 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 5, $30-$125. At Rotary Hill, 500 Jackson Ave., Naperville. (630) 961-4143 or lastfling.org.
Big top wows
Marvel at amazing feats of human strength and dexterity and more when the touring Kelly Miller Circus sets up its single-ring big top this weekend at the Belvidere Discount Mall, 2107 Belvidere Road, Waukegan, and then on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Cultural & Civic Center of Round Lake Beach, 2007 Civic Center Way, Round Lake Beach. $16; $8 kids. (580) 326-9229 or kellymillercircus.com. 2 and 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 5, in Waukegan. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, and 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, in Round Lake Beach. Shows the following week in McHenry, Carpentersville, Elk Grove Village, Itasca and other suburbs; check the website for details.
Gin Blossoms play alternative rock at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles Thursday, Sept. 8. Upcoming concerts
Gin Blossoms: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, Arcada Theatre, 105 E. Main St., St. Charles. Alternative rock. $39-$49. (630) 962-7000 or arcadalive.com.
Ozomatli: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, Joe's Live, 5441 Park Place, Rosemont. For ages 21 and older. $20 general admission; $40 balcony. (847) 261-0392 or joesliverosemont.com.
Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, The Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St., Chicago. $27.50-$37.50. thechicagotheatre.com.
Information is provided by entertainment venues. Check with venue before purchasing tickets. For more concert listings, visit dailyherald.com/calendar.
(Chicago Daily Herald)Sep 7, 2016
Weekend picks: Haley Reinhart returns for Buffalo Grove Days
Sponge at 6:35 p.m., Lit at 7:15 and everclear at 8:05. And Monday is We Love Our Country Day, featuring the Hillbilly Rockstarz at 3 p.m., Adam Wakefield (of NBC's "The Voice") at 4:30 and Alabama artist Jamey Johnson at 6. Main stage acts at 5 p.m. Sa... (Chicago Daily Herald)