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story.lead_photo.caption Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Kitty Casanova, left, works with Tom Wooters to fill flowerpots decorated during the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Casanova said that she started this event roughly seven years ago in part to find a use for leftover flowers after the spring plant sale. The event has taken off, she said, and has become a nice, no-cost chance for parents, particularly fathers, to spend time with their children. "It's just hard to get dads and kids out and this does that," Casanova said.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista A pair of flower pots decorated by Lois McCall. Other in-progress flower pots can be seen in the background.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Kitty Casanova, left, works with Tom Wooters to fill flowerpots decorated during the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Casanova said that she started this event roughly seven years ago in part to find a use for leftover flowers after the spring plant sale. The event has taken off, she said, and has become a nice, no-cost chance for parents, particularly fathers, to spend time with their children. "It's just hard to get dads and kids out and this does that," Casanova said.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Library events coordinator Bailey Kinser, left, hands out flower pots and points kids in the right direction to start decorating them.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Tripp Pembleton, 5, left, adds soil and flowers to a flower pot he decoratedfor Mother's Day with some help from Kitty Casanova.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Harper Spice, left, 8, works with her grandmother, Sue Spice, and Emme Spice, 4, to make Mother's Day flower pots at the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Scott Johnson and London Johnson, 6, background, make flowerpots as well while Lois McCall works on a pair.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Kitty Casanova, left, works with Tom Wooters to fill flowerpots decorated during the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Casanova said that she started this event roughly seven years ago in part to find a use for leftover flowers after the spring plant sale. The event has taken off, she said, and has become a nice, no-cost chance for parents, particularly fathers, to spend time with their children. "It's just hard to get dads and kids out and this does that," Casanova said.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Kitty Casanova, left, works with Tom Wooters to fill flowerpots decorated during the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Casanova said that she started this event roughly seven years ago in part to find a use for leftover flowers after the spring plant sale. The event has taken off, she said, and has become a nice, no-cost chance for parents, particularly fathers, to spend time with their children. "It's just hard to get dads and kids out and this does that," Casanova said.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Kitty Casanova, left, works with Tom Wooters to fill flowerpots decorated during the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Casanova said that she started this event roughly seven years ago in part to find a use for leftover flowers after the spring plant sale. The event has taken off, she said, and has become a nice, no-cost chance for parents, particularly fathers, to spend time with their children. "It's just hard to get dads and kids out and this does that," Casanova said.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Harper Spice, left, 8, works with her grandmother, Sue Spice, and Emme Spice, 4, to make Mother's Day flower pots at the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Scott Johnson and London Johnson, 6, background, make flowerpots as well while Lois McCall works on a pair.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Harper Spice, left, 8, works with her grandmother, Sue Spice, and Emme Spice, 4, to make Mother's Day flower pots at the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Scott Johnson and London Johnson, 6, background, make flowerpots as well while Lois McCall works on a pair.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Harper Spice, left, 8, works with her grandmother, Sue Spice, and Emme Spice, 4, to make Mother's Day flower pots at the library's Blossoms and Bows event. Scott Johnson and London Johnson, 6, background, make flowerpots as well while Lois McCall works on a pair.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Library events coordinator Bailey Kinser, left, hands out flower pots and points kids in the right direction to start decorating them.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Library events coordinator Bailey Kinser, left, hands out flower pots and points kids in the right direction to start decorating them.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Library events coordinator Bailey Kinser, left, hands out flower pots and points kids in the right direction to start decorating them.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Tripp Pembleton, 5, left, adds soil and flowers to a flower pot he decoratedfor Mother's Day with some help from Kitty Casanova.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Tripp Pembleton, 5, left, adds soil and flowers to a flower pot he decoratedfor Mother's Day with some help from Kitty Casanova.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Tripp Pembleton, 5, left, adds soil and flowers to a flower pot he decoratedfor Mother's Day with some help from Kitty Casanova.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista A pair of flower pots decorated by Lois McCall. Other in-progress flower pots can be seen in the background.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista A pair of flower pots decorated by Lois McCall. Other in-progress flower pots can be seen in the background.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista A pair of flower pots decorated by Lois McCall. Other in-progress flower pots can be seen in the background.

Keith Bryant

kbryant@nwadg.com

General News on 05/16/2018

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