It’s a rainy day in mid-April as we sit at the keyboard to think about things that endure, things that change, things that work to give us a great community.
We hear that “April showers bring May flowers” but we think there is a significant blossoming at hand this month. How do you feel?
In Gloucester, the Daffodil Show has been revived as part of the Gloucester Daffodil Festival. This is a time-honored spot for daffodil exhibitors and Gloucester, of course, is the proper place to hold such a show.
Meanwhile the Garden Club of Gloucester looks to the future by educating children about flowers and arranging them, and the club had a special corner at the Daffodil Festival where youth could fashion their own interpretations.
And meanwhile, at the same time, the garden club took floral art to its next level, interpreting the works at Gloucester Arts on Main with flowers. All is beautiful, all is worthy, all these daffodil efforts, including the l...
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