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TOURNAMENT OF ROSES ‘Impatient' x seedling Hybridizer - Warriner, 1988
This pink grandiflora of 25 to 30 petals is aptly named in honor of the Tournament of Roses, the famous parade of all times held annually on New Year's Day in Pasadena, California. It is an AARS selection in 1989. It is sometimes classified as a hybrid tea because of the shape of its flowers. Bloom size is 3.5 inches on long stem with light fragrance . The blooms have all shades of pink within them - deep pink in the center, pale pink at the edges, (6 comments)
The annual Rose Parade and Rose Bowl football game is an all-American tradition on New Year's Day. Long before the radio was invented much less the TV in 1890, members of the Pasadena's Valley Hunt Club wanted to celebrate the mild winter weather in California where roses were still in bloom in January. They were eager to tell the world about their paradise. These were people from the East and Midwest who moved to California and discovered the nice mild winter weather in Pasadena. Dr. Charles Frederick Holder declared at a club meeting that "In New York, people are (4 comments)
We barely have 6 days left to the end of the year. Homes sale in Muttontown, NY in 2008 was way down from last year. In 2007, there were 40 homes sold in Muttontown, NY as against 27 homes sold in Muttontown, NY in 2008. There are 6 properties under contract as of today, Dec. 25, 2008. The following is the list of homes sold in Muttontown, NY for 2008.
For residents and visitors of Oyster Bay and the surrounding areas who wish to attend the Christmas church service in Oyster Bay, below is a list of the church services today and tomorrow.
CATHOLIC St. Dominic's Church Anstice St., Oyster Bay Dec. 24 Family Mass in Church - 4 pm Mass in Chapel - 4 pm Mass in Church - 6 pm Carols sung by Choir - 11:30 pm Mass in Church - 12 midnight Dec. 25 Mass in Chapel - 7:30 am, 9 am Mass in Church - 10:30 am, 12 noon
With all the snow in the ground and more snow forecast next week, chances are we are going to have a White Christmas. It really feels like Christmas when there is snow on the ground. Look at my viburnum tree in front of my house. It has a pyramidal shape and it is my outside Christmas tree. One year, we put white Christmas lights along the branches. It took us 20 sets of lights to cover the whole tree. We kept the lights for three years. One spring when it was covered with white flowers, we turned on the (10 comments)
Oyster Bay is a picturesque small village on a peninsula with tree lined residential streets, historic landmarks and beautiful waterfront area. The downtown area which the residents lovingly call the Hamlet has small shops, restaurants, hair salons, hardware stores, few banks, houses of worship of different denominations and several museums. The residential downtown area is lined with colonial and victorian houses. On entering Oyster Bay downtown area, on South Street, we have the newly constructed townhouses called Mariner's Walk. These are fabulous townhouses, beautifully designed within walking distance to town. The remaining units are listed as 2 BRs, 2.5 (2 comments)
LOCAL EVENTS IN BROOKVILLE, OYSTER BAY, OLD WESTBURY AND ROSLYN - 12/19/08 11:51 PM
With the Holiday Season in full swing, it is time to enjoy ourselves. There are so many local events and we ought to take advantage of them. You do not have to fight the traffic in New York City. There are ample parkings and culturally speaking, they are excellent events. Take your choice and enjoy the season.
BROOKVILLE: Tilles Center Route 25A 516-299-3100 The Eglevsky Ballet: The Nutcracker Saturday, Dec. 20, 2pm Sunday, Dec. 21, 12pm and 5pm Monday, Dec. 22, 5pm Long Island Philharmonic: Broadway Goes Hollywood! Wednesday, Dec. 31, 7:30pm
OLD WESTBURY: Old Westbury Gardens 71 Old Westbury Road (0 comments)
We are now into the countdown for the New Year. There are only twelve days left to the end of the year. As we wrap up 2008, here is the list of homes sold in East Norwich for 2008. There are 23 homes sold in East Norwich in 2008, down from 31 homes sold in East Norwich in 2007. As of today, there are only two properties under contract - a ranch and a cape.
Christmas season is underway and I don't mean the Christmas shopping season. Advent is here. We are preparing for the birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. This weekend, I participated in two Lessons and Carols, one on Saturday, Dec. 6 at my own parish, St. Dominic Church in Oyster Bay and the other one today, Dec. 7 at St. Agnes Cathedral. I belong to St. Dominic Msgr. Collins Memorial Choir and we had Lessons and Carol last night together with St. Dominic High School Choir and St. Dominic Elementary School Children's Choir. It was great and it was televised by Cablevision (0 comments)
Beautiful one of kind stucco center hall colonial with Spanish tile roof in the heart of Oyster Bay village.
Spacious rooms for entertaining.
All hardwood floor throughout, convenient location, walk to school, shopping, beach and the Long Island Railroad station. Large property for family gathering, rare 1/3 acre lot. First time on the market.
If you are interested in selling or buying a home in Oyster Bay, East Norwich, Oyster Bay Cove, Syosset, Laurel Hollow, Mill Neck, Centre Island, Bayville, Brookville and Muttontown, please contact Rosalinda Morgan, "The Rose Lady" Ph - 516-385-0584 Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Website (0 comments)
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