Wanting nice weather to move forward with the season, attached pictures of the Chocolate Lover’s Fling in Portland on Sunday, April 6 AND SunRise Corner took first prize in FUDGE, our own Witch’s Brew (one of our fall favorites) took First Place, we also got the Kids Award that will be permanently hung in the SARSSM office.
SARSSM (Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern Maine) located in Portland, this is an annual event and it’s participation is locally is wide spread.
New Items this year at the show are Mark Roberts Fairies to go along with the theme “Romance” in the garden. Added several other fairies for the garden, and of course our “Fairy Houses” made out of gourds. See you there Booth 303, to the left of the entrance watch for the colorful balls and the little girl dresses.
It’s almost SPRING and after a LONG WINTER we’re ready. As we change over the shop to more bright flowers, add more smooth Hand Creme from Naked Bee and a front seat for Mark Roberts Fairies, stop by and enjoy some fudge or candies from the old days.
REMEMBER WE’RE AT THE BOSTON FLOWER SHOW MARCH 12 – 16. So click onto www.thebostonflowershow.com to get the times, events, and participants. AND the St. Patty’s Day parade is on March 16. Lots going on in South Boston this week.
Just returned from the Connecticut Flower Show, see www.ctflowershow.com for information, or next www.TheBostonFlowerShow.com for information on tickets, vendors, parking and gardens. The St. Patty’s Day Parade will take place on Sunday (the last day of the show) right in South Boston and next to the venue for the flower show. A great weekend to be in South Boston, see the sights, enjoy the parade and see the show. Cause there’s only three days till spring on St. Patty’s Day. See us in Booth 303 just to the left of the main entrance, the booth with all the lights.
Today is Fat Tuesday and tomorrow begins Lent, so Spring is coming and the flowers will start popping. Posting some flowers to rush the process.
Come and see us at the show starting tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 20-23. We are in Booth 545 near the #12 post in the center. Or check for additional information at www.ctflowershow.com
Valentine Day is coming, and that groundhog says 6 more weeks of winter, so come in and get her Yankee Candles (tarts 3 for $5) or jars $3 off to warm the room, Roses to warm her heart, and ladies it’s fudge for Dad cause he couldn’t stay awake during the Super Bowl Game. Boring……Fudge is on Special for Valentine’s Day, get 1 lb for our famous $9.99 price and get 1/2 lb for FREE. So warm up the room, warm up the heart, and warm up the tummy!!!! It’s going to be a long winter. Check out our Facebook page for more frequent posts and also peeps.
Brain freeze… George Birthington’s Washday is FEBRUARY, not January. See pictures of our heat pipe bursting causing outside ice cycles!!!!
Refer all comments to Insurance company….
Someone called and asked what does it mean to bring “SOAP” well it’s a washday and those items in the washtub will be up for trade, sale or discount, trade means you can bring “SOAP” and trade for those items (sometimes) odd pieces, broken snowmen, unfinished products (no time to complete) or Christmas Candies on Sale. So you wash and we wash. Come with a tub, come in costume, or just come and wring your hands. Let’s see what will come out in the wash.
Remember to check out our facebook page for additional details.
January 18 thru 20. WASH….WASH
A lady from the south (known as my mother in law) always referred to George’s birthday as the above. Even when she died at the age of 90, she would talk about Washington, DC, area where she was brought up and would refer to George’s birthday as George Birthington’s Washday.
As this is a holiday we have decided to make this weekend a SunRise Event and get out the wash. We have the old wash tubs from the barn (you know the one’s on wheels) which we will fill.
Coming for the WASH - standing in line.
So join us on January 18 – 20 and see what comes out in the wash.
Selected items from the attic, selected and hidden junk from the workrooms, candy left over from Christmas, and maybe some treat gags (bags) from Halloween. So bring your soap, or your pennies and hope for no snow.