Florists in Wheatland, WY
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Wheatland Flower Shops
719 9Th St
Wheatland, WY 82201
Wheatland WY News
Oct 10, 2019
Autumn Tomato & Artichoke Salad with Fresh Herbs and Edible Flowers - CTV News
The Wheatland Cafe
Published Wednesday, September 25, 2019 12:38PM CST
Last Updated Wednesday, September 25, 2019 4:35PM CST
A lovely salad that shows off the final flavours of summer!
1 can artichoke hearts in water, rinse and drained
Assorted tomatoes – cherry, beefsteak, yellow, orange and black
1-2 sprigs fresh oregano
¼ of bunch flat leaf parsley
1 red chili pepper
Fresh edible flowers
Salt, to taste
White wine vinegar
Cut each artichoke into four, cutting through the stem portion to keep each quarter intact. Place in a medium bowl.
Add an assortment of fresh tomatoes. Slice, dice and leave some whole for textural interest. Add as many tomatoes as you’d like. Lightly salt the salad.
Chop the herbs and add them to the salad. Finely dice the chili pepper and add it as well.
If you have edib... Sep 10, 2018
Obituary for Douglas Allen Blaney
A funeral luncheon will follow in the East Auditorium of Timberline Church. Graveside services will be held at 4:30 p.m., the same day at the Wheatland Cemetery in Wheatland, Wyo.In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to Royal Family Kids, 3000 MacArthur Blvd., Suite 412, Santa Ana, CA 92704, (714) 438-2494. On their web-site (www.rfk.org) you may choose to donate to the national organization or find a local affiliate near you.The Gorman Funeral Homes – Platte Chapel of Wheatland are in charge of the arrangements.Condolences may be sent to the family at http://www.gormanfh.com. Apr 28, 2016
Kids, adults learn at Earth Day event
We tried to find something to do for Arbor Day and Earth Day,” said Charmaine Barden of Wheatland, who visited with her sister, niece and nephew. “This was one of the best in the area with so many different things for the kids to do.”
Her sister, Hanna Rodriguez of Milwaukee, said the event was good for her very young children, Esteban, 2, and Moriah, 3. “Anytime they can connect with plants and animals in a hands-on way it develops their appreciation,” she said.
The adults also enjoyed picking out fresh-grown flowers in the college’s greenhouse, getting a free oak sapling to plant, or getting some free compost.
Teens from the Bradford High School’s Leaders Club interacted with people as they waited for samples of fresh fruit juice made by Sheila Osborne of Racine, who hopes to graduate from Gateway’s culinary program in March.
“I didn’t realize how many people come here,” said 16-year-old Bradford junior Mericiya Harris. “I want to do it next year. It’s fun. It gives me something to do.”
“I didn’t know Gateway had Earth Day,” said 17-year-old Bradford junior Tanika Bell. “It’s fun to branch out and try different things.”
The event exposed visitors to what is going on locally, like the fresh vegetables and produce grown by the college students in the Urban Farm program. That produce will be sold at a farmers market 1 to 6 p.m. Thursdays, April 28 through Oct. 13, at Gateway.
“I think the programs give eating locally a good push,” said Kathy Estep, horticulture specialist support staff. “I think people are aware of the importance of building up good soil and the focus on good growing practices.”
... (Kenosha News)Apr 22, 2016
Carrie Carns | 1962-2016
She touched many lives and was a very giving person.
She is survived by her mother, Judy (Harry) Williams of Wheatland; stepsiblings, Mike, Dan, Julie, Cathy and Scott; aunt, Jean (Clyde) Condie of Evanston; uncle, Rocky (Julie) Carns of Highlands Ranch, Colo.; and Jane Williams of Littleton, Colo.; and many cousins.
She was preceded in death by her father, Kenneth W. Carns.
services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel.
Cremation has taken place at Cheyenne Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the CRMC Cancer Center.
This is a paid obituary.
(Wyoming Tribune)Jan 8, 2016
William R. Shook, Sr
Charlotte Anspach of Etters, Penn.,; three sisters: Marie Montgomery of Guernsey, Elaine (Rex) McGraw of Winston, Ore., and Joanne (Larry) Snook of Wheatland; seven grandchildren: Tianna and Savannah Kobilis, Trent Shook, Taylor Hoffman, Riley Utter, Jack Anspach and Scott (Caitland) Bolick; and one great-granddaughter, Faith Bolick.A memorial service will be held on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 6 p.m. at the Donald G. Walker Funeral Home, Inc., 231 High St., Flemington, Penn., with the Rev. Alen Eckenroad officiating.Friends and family will be received at the funeral home from 5 p.m., until the time of the service.In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to either the American Heart Association, or the American Cancer Society through the funeral home. (Platte County Record Times)Dec 30, 2015
What To Do: Dinosaurs to roar into 2016
Another popular annual holiday event in Lancaster County is Yuletide at Wheatland (President James Buchanan’s Wheatland, 1120 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster, 717-392-4633, http://www.lancasterhistory.org/events/yuletide-at-wheatland).
Inspired by the literary legacy of Charles Dickens, the 2015 season of Yuletide at Wheatland performances invites transports visitors to the late 19th-century, as a fictional sequel to “A Christmas Carol” unfolds over the course of an hour with a grown-up “Tiny Tim.” The story takes place on the first floor in the Presidential mansion as visitors travel from room-to-room.
There is also the “Magic Lantern Show: A Victorian Christmas” at the Amish Experience Theater at Plain & Fancy Farm (3121 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, 717-768-8400, http://amishexperience.com/magic-lantern-shows/christmas-show).
Visitors are taken back in time and become part of a Victorian family’s traditional Christmas Eve celebration. The family is very excited as Grandpa tells fabulous Christmas stories with the help of the amazing Magic Lantern.
The presentation includes sing-alongs, “Parade of Toys,” and a narrator delivering iconic stories and poems like “The Night Before Christmas” and “A Christmas Carol” with stunning visual images, heartfelt music and legendary storytelling.
The event runs through December 31. Ticket prices range from $11.95-$16.95.
Two always-popular attractions in Lancast... (The Unionville Times)