Four Seasons Floral
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Sep 19, 2019
24-year-old motorcyclist dies after Bethlehem Township crash, authorities say - lehighvalleylive.com
Florida, was pronounced dead at 4:12 p.m. at St. Luke’s University Hospital in Fountain Hill, according to Bethlehem Township Police Sgt. Shaun Powell. Lehigh County Deputy Coroner Rick Pender said Caton died from multiple blunt force trauma. The manner of death was accidental, he said. Immediately prior to the crash Caton was headed east on Freemansburg Avenue approaching Second Street, Powell said. A dump truck being driven by a 37-year-old Allentown man was headed north on Second Street, proceeded to turn left, onto Freemansburg Avenue west. The front of the motorcycle then collided into the driver’s side of the truck, Powell said.Witnesses found Caton lying in the road. He was later taken by ambulance to the hospital. About a half dozen people Monday evening gathered at the intersection, where a memorial with flowers and several candles were set up in tribute. A memorial is set up Monday, Sept. 9, 2019 in tribute of Kyle Caton, 24, of Florida. Freemansburg Avenue was closed in both directions for about four hours and re-opened around 6:30 p.m. At 5:30 p.m., a tow truck was seen hauling away the motorcycle.The bustling corridor was the scene of a pedestrian accident last week.A 4-year-old boy was struck Thursday morning in a crosswalk as he attempted to cross Freemansburg Avenue at Wagner Drive with his family. A male driver of a silver Ho... Nov 28, 2018
Holiday Events 2018: Tree lightings, ice skating, craft fairs and more - San Francisco Examiner
Jan. 21, $10-$13. Union Square, Geary and Powell streets, S.F., https://unionsquareicerink.com/
Santa Train: The excursion for families is a 90-minute ride, with entertainment and snacks, from the train station to Santa's workshop. 5 and 7:15 p.m. daily (except Nov. 22, Dec. 24-25) through Dec. 28, $50-$70. 1275 McKinstry St., Napa, www.winetrain.com
Home for the Holidays at Carolwood: The seasonal installation celebrates Walt Disney's family and love of trains. 10 a.m.-4:45 p.m. daily (except closed Tuesdays and holidays) through Jan. 8, $15-$25. Walt Disney Family Museum, 104 Montgomery St., Presidio, S.F., www.waltdisney.org
The Great Dickens Christmas Fair & Victorian Holiday Party: Victorian London comes to life in the annual participatory holiday party with theater, dancing, food and shopping. 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays, through Dec. 23, $14-$30, $120 for season pass ($12 parking). Cow Palace, 2600 Geneva Ave., Daly City, www.dickensfair.com
Pier 39 Tree Lighting: In a new seasonal event, the attraction's 60-foot tree is the site of a nightly light show. 5 to 10 p.m. Nov. 21-Jan. 1, free. Pier 39, Embarcadero, S.F., www.pier39.com
International Auto Show: In the 61st annual event, dozens of the world's major manufacturers display hundreds of 2019 model cars, SUVs, trucks and vans. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Nov. 21-24, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Nov. 26, $10. Moscone Convention Center, 747 Howard St., S.F., www.sfautoshow.com
Black Santa Holiday Pop-Up: Presented by NBA All Star Baron Davis, the seasonal event offers Black Santa merchandise, holiday treats, work... Apr 6, 2018
Ten About Town: Live music, flowers, several school productions
The proceeds benefit the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. The ShowHouse continues now through April 29.Students at Temple Baptist Academy in Powell are putting on a production called 'a Wax Museum.' Students will be dressed in period costumes, frozen as wax figures in front of their project boards. When guests drop a coin into their jars, the students will come to life. You can visit the wax museum on Thursday from 5 pm to 5:45 pm on the campus of Crown College or on Friday from 1 pm to 2:45 pm at Temple Baptist Academy. Acclaimed poet and activist Nikki Giovanni returns to her hometown to deliver the 2018 Wilma Dykeman Stokely Memorial Lecture at the Bijou Theatre on Thursday at 7 pm. The lecture is free and open to the public, but all of the seats have been reserved. You can go online to get on a waiting list."The Dream of the Burning Boy" will be performed in the Clarence Brown Theatre's Lab Theater March 28 through April 15. The production follows a middle-aged high school teacher struggling with the death of his favorite student. For more information, tickets or accessibility accommodation requests including Open Captioning, American Sign Language, and assistive technologies, please call the CBT Box Office at 865-974-5161 or go to clarencebrowntheatre.com/access.Knoxville's first-ever Dragon Lights Festival is going on nightly through April 22 at Chilhowee Park. Visitors will be able to marvel at 42 larger than life lantern displays with thousands of lights and nightly performances. Tickets range from $10.50 to $16.50, and parking is free. 'Lilies of the Field' is playing at the Knoxville Children's Theatre until April 15th. This lightly humorous play tells the stor...Feb 8, 2018
Flower farmer prepares for Valentine's Day rush
Flower farmer prepares for Valentine’s Day rush
Thornton Bros' florists Liz Lowe and Kate Powell will sell hundreds of roses before Valentine's Day. Picture: Simon BennettPicture: Simon BennettJohn and Jarrad Thornton are looking forward to selling hundreds of roses and flowers before Valentine's Day. Picture: Simon Bennett
Picture: Simon BennettLove and the sweet smell of roses are in the air at Thornton Bros Roses ahead of Valentine’s Day next week.The Thirlmere flower grower and wholesaler workers are looking forward to cutting fresh roses next week so loved up couples can purchase a beautiful long-stemmed bunch.Owner John Thornton said despite cutting down the number of rose bushes, he was still excited to sell his roses at the farm shed.“At the shed, we will sell about 150 to 200 bunches of roses grown at the farm in the lead up to Valentine’s Day next week,” he said. “There are 10 roses in each bunch.”Mr Thornton said he would also buy 1000 bunches of roses from the markets and supply them to florists in Wollongong, Canberra, Yass and Goulburn.The businessman said his... (Campbelltown Macarthur Advertiser)Oct 5, 2017
Business news: Rock Hill economic department awarded; new florist opening soon
Youth Short Story contest at the General Federation of Women’s Clubs International Convention. Chloe Powell’s original short story beat out all competition in her age range of kindergarten through second grade. Powell is the granddaughter of Kathy Schlauch, the second vice president of the Woman’s Club of Rock Hill, a local chapter of the GFWC.Powell also took first place in the statewide competition. The GFWC holds annual creative writing and photography contests for members, and youth category contests for children and grandchildren of members. (The Herald)Oct 5, 2017
Stunning designs: Berea florist competes, wins state competition
Veteran Berea florist Randy Powell crossed another item off his bucket list recently when he competed in the Kentucky Florists’ Association’s Design of the Year Competition at its 60th Annual Convention in Louisville. Powell placed in every floral category, was tapped to design live and on-stage with other finalists, and won the Hats for Hope Design competition. It was the 55-year-old’s very first floral competition, with 230 colleagues and industry professionals attending.Powell, who hails from Rockcastle County, is one of two full-time floral designers at Foley’s Florist in Berea, where he has worked for the past nine years. After graduating from Eastern Kentucky University in 1983 with a bachelor of science degree in technical horticulture, he worked for Allen’s Flowers and Greenhouse in Berea for over 26 years.“Mr. Allen became a father figure for me, a mentor,” he said.On why he has never competed, considering his vast experience, he said, “I never thought I was good enough.” The competition judges and Powel... (Richmond Register)
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