Social Beer Garden Gears Up for the World Cup

 The bar will be open for every game, even the 4 am early matches. To support the huge Latin community in Houston, they will be showing all games in English and Spanish. Social Beer Garden currently has the largest outdoor TV in Midtown (20 ft.) and 20 indoor TVs, plus 5000 square feet of indoor space, making them one of the larger bars in the area that are showing the World Cup. They offer a broad range of craft beers and cocktails and for the event they will feature multiple drink specials and giveaways. Coffee and breakfast has been arranged for the early games and customers are allowed to bring their own food in. The premises welcomes children to join in on the festivities with adult supervision and are pet friendly. Free fast Wi-Fi is provided for those that wish to remote work during the matches. 610 Radio will be joining on site for live broadcasts of the England and USA Friday games. Customers are also able to make free reservations for hosting watch parties. Free Parking is available to guests.

About Social Beer Garden

Located at 3101 San Jacinto St., Houston TX 77004, Social Beer Garden HTX is family owned and features Happy Hour Deals, Daily and Weekly Live Events, Colorful Cocktails, over 100 Craft Beers, offers Free Games (mini-golf, pool, darts, corn hole) and shows all Live Sports Events (NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL, College Sports, UFC, MLS, and the upcoming World Cup in Houston.)

Contact Information:

www.socialbeergardenhtx.com

Tara Love/Owner

Phone: 832-708-9620

Email: hbic@socialbeergardenhtx.com

Myles Wilburn /GM

Phone: 432-528-6913

Email: mgmt@socialbeergardenhtx.com

Social Beer Garden HTX

Tara Love

832-708-9620

www.socialbeergardenhtx.com

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Hazel Stammen Shares a Vivid Story About Flowers in a Garden, Filled With Life Lessons, in Her Book “The Garden of Splendor”

This visually stunning storybook is a delightful tale about a land called Splendor, where a breath-taking flower garden lives in harmony, complete with vivid palettes of whites, yellows, pinks, and purples. These flowers would talk, play, sing and laugh all day. Each of them possesses a unique fragrance, blending with each other to create a sweet aroma in the air. Everything was happy and peaceful until one day a storm passed and taught each flower some valuable lessons.

Read the book to follow the events that happened that day. Children of all ages will surely enjoy its story flow and art style. The storybook features eye-candy, hand-drawn illustrations by Jennifer Kotick that will delight art aficionados.

The story is all about lessons of tolerance, respect, and harmony to one another. An inspiring book that stirs up the senses, as well as other life lessons being presented throughout the narrative. An invaluable and awesome addition to your collection or library that is yours to keep.

Buy the book at: https://youronlinepublicist.com/product/the-garden-of-splendor-by-hazel-stammen/

The Garden of Splendor
Author: Hazel Stammen
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: July 2021
Genre: Children’s Book
Target Audience: Children 5 to 7 years old

About the Author
Hazel Stammen was born and raised in Hawaii. This is her second children’s book. She is a songwriter, musician, poet, singer and has six children and eight grandchildren. She resides in the state of Florida, surrounded by family and sunshine.

Winter Garden, FL Author Publishes Spiritual Self-Help Book

The Birth of Empress Rose: I Want to Live Again, a new book by Erica Ruffin Marshall, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

The Birth of Empress Rose: I Want to Live Again is your guide to changing your mindset for the better. Discover the tools needed to train your thoughts for the better and become inspired to move forward and create a new reality for yourself by exploring your passions and embracing self-love!

After the death of her husband, Erica Ruffin Marshall found herself in a state of depression, which was compounded by fear, caring for elderly parents, a high-pressure job and impending retirement, and many other stressors we all face throughout our lives. But through the grace of God, Ruffin Marshall was able to change her mindset and transition from despair to a life of positive thinking, health, joy, success, prosperity, and self-love. Now she’s sharing her process with you.

About the Author
Erica Ruffin Marshall is a businesswoman, author, and the second Black American police sergeant in the history of the Miami Beach Police Department in Florida. A daughter of God and proud mother, she worked as a police officer for 18 years with before retiring.

Ruffin Marshall loves to travel to different countries and explore new experiences. She is also very active in community services and homeless outreach, and strives to Erica give, teach, uplift, and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to reach their goals. When she is home, she enjoys gardening.

The Birth of Empress Rose: I Want to Live Again is a 72-page paperback with a retail price of $21.00 (eBook $16.00). The ISBN is 978-1-6366-1176-1. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at http://dorrancepressroom.com or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at https://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.com/the-birth-of-empress-rose-i-want-to-live-again/

Lost garden ‘snug’ recreated at William Morris’ London Arts & Crafts home

This summer the National Trust has reinstated a lost Arts & Crafts ‘Garden Snug’ at Red House in south east London, the only house commissioned and lived in by William Morris, and once the centre of the Pre-Raphaelite circle.

The new garden in Bexleyheath was inspired by the original garden notes of Red House architect Philip Webb and draws on an ordnance survey map from when Morris and his family were residents between 1860-1865.

The map shows the outdoor spaces separated into different ‘rooms’, with each understood to have had its own function and atmosphere. Photographs of the garden from the 1890s also guided the project, which marks the start of a longer-term ambition to bring back lost design elements and recapture the feel of William Morris’s original garden.

Elly Bagnall, House and Collections Manager said: ‘The overwhelming desire was to bring back a much-loved element of Morris’ time here at Red House. We know that he and his family were drawn to Bexleyheath because of the ancient Kentish orchards and abundance of nature locally. You can see this clearly in the work he and his Pre-Raphaelite circle of friends produced here at Red House, and how this went on to influence the Morris & Co designs we still know and love today.’  

The 100m2 new garden is enclosed with traditional hazel and hawthorn and the planting within references iconic Morris & Co designs like Trellis, Daisy and Fruit which Morris produced looking out over the garden more than 150 years ago. At the centre of the ‘snug’ is a Prunus serrula (Tibetan cherry), complemented by traditional cottage plants like Shasta daisies, columbines, honeysuckle, irises, peonies, jasmine and mock orange.

The new snug complements the orchard, rose arch and bowling lawn bordered by acanthus, climbing roses, daisies and lilies – the same classic English planting that features so regularly in iconic Morris & Co designs. 

In keeping with the spirit of the Arts & Crafts movement, which aimed to revive traditional craftsmanship skills, the Trust worked with talented craftspeople to create hard landscaping features for the garden.  

Around the space visitors will find specially commissioned wooden seats from Scottish craftsman Angus Ross, which have distinctive two-metre high arches designed to echo the house’s medieval-inspired architecture. The chairs sit harmoniously alongside the hand-woven wattle created by local craftsman and under-woodsman John Waller. In time, this will be entwined with climbing roses.

Head Gardener Robert Smith said: ‘We wanted to create something that people would love and that Morris would have been proud of. By using talented craftspeople from the local area and further afield we’ve been able to ensure we can uphold the Arts & Crafts spirit within this new space.’

Elly continued: ‘We would like to thank everyone who’s been involved with the project, from the artisans and craftsmen to our own teams.

‘We’d also like to offer special recognition to those who have made this work possible, by contributing through legacies and donations. The generous support from these individuals and the Friends of Red House have enabled us to carry out the work and create a new space for people to enjoy.

‘We’ll now be turning our attention to reinstating other lost aspects of the garden, starting by increasing the cottage planting around the garden that Morris himself would have remembered.’

PM to inaugurate Zen Garden and Kaizen Academy at AMA, Ahmedabad tomorrow

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi will inaugurate a Zen Garden and Kaizen Academy at AMA, Ahmedabad tomorrow, 27th June, 2021 at 11.30 AM.

In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, “Tomorrow, 27th June will inaugurate a Zen Garden and Kaizen Academy at AMA, Ahmedabad. This is yet another instance showcasing the close bond between India and Japan.”

Tomorrow, 27th June will inaugurate a Zen Garden and Kaizen Academy at AMA, Ahmedabad. This is yet another instance showcasing the close bond between India and Japan. https://t.co/lU6hICwVvB

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 26, 2021

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