Monday, October 3, 2011

Easter Flowers Show

As Easter - this year held on April 24 - approaches, Orange County has a number of entertainment shows and programs lined up, including a Bonkers for Bunnies program geared towards toddlers, a Meet the Easter Bunny Eggstravaganza as well as a Hats Off to Spring Flower Show, according to the Orange County Register.
The Bonkers for Bunnies Easter-themed program will teach children about rabbits and will be held on April 22 at the Orange County Zoo. The coast of admission is $5 per child, parent included.
The Hats Off to Spring annual flower show will be held on April 28, free of charge, at the Woman's Club of Orange clubhouse. As Easter coincides with the beginning of spring, flowers are in colorful display all across the country.
Near Springfield Missouri, the Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary Geranium sale is happening from now until May 5 and will feature flowers from Steinert's Greenhouse and Gardens, according to KY3 News. These include red flowers as well as pink flowers, with all money raised going to help provide needy children at the Family Enrichment Center with Easter clothes.
According to ReligiousTolerance.org, Easter is actually a combination of both Judeo-Christian and Pagan traditions. Easter falls on different dates depending on the year, but with less than a week remaining before the holiday this Sunday, those who are thinking of ordering flowers for loved ones and family members should start to look at online florists for the perfect Easter bouquet.
In Orange County, the day before Easter will be the last day of the Irvine Park Railroad's Easter Eggstravaganza. This year marks the fourth annual run of the program, which features Meet the Easter Bunny, Easter egg hunts, face painting, hayrides as well as games and carnivals. Train rides cost about $4 and parking is available on weekdays and weekends.
Flower bouquets that feature Easter themes are available online, including Easter Tulips and Spring Blooms. One can coordinate children's Easter outfits with the flowers of bouquets as well. A yellow and purple dress would go well with a batch of yellow and purple tulips.
Online florists provide a viable and often more convenient alternative to physical flower shops. One can order from the comfort of one's home at any time of the day or night. Flower delivery arrives at one's doorsteps and some online florists can drop off flowers without requiring someone to be at home, signing off on the receipt.

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