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4 Ways To Create Memories On Grandparents Day

As grandparents day approaches in early September, we look forward to the opportunity to bring children and grandparents together. Celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day, this is a wonderful time to celebrate their relationship and children and grandparents create memories together. Send gorgeous flowers through Central Square Florist. Our professional, friendly delivery service will be happy to bring your gorgeous flowers anywhere in the greater Boston area, including local nursing homes, retirement communities and private residents. Include a beautiful poem or prayer for grandparents with your delivery. If you get the opportunity to spend time together with grandparents, here are a few ideas that will create memories and lots of laughs. Read More about 4 Ways To Create Memories On Grandparents Day »

Beautiful Grandparents Day Flowers

"What a bargain grandchildren are! I give them my loose change, and they give me a million dollars’ worth of pleasure."  Gene Perret Grandparents Day was officially approved by Congress in 1978. The holiday was the brainchild of Marian McQuade - a mother and grandmother herself - and was to be celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day, which this year falls on September 10. Marian envisioned a day full of family history and sharing. She encouraged people to spend the day enjoying reunions with extended families, giving elders an opportunity to impart wisdom and share family stories. Through these activities, McQuade hoped that the younger generations would come to greater appreciate their history and legacy, as seen through the lives of their grandparents. The desire to maintain a connection between the generations was inspired by more and more American families abandoning the tradition of many generations under one roof.  Read More about Beautiful Grandparents Day Flowers »
Posted by Jackie Levine on August 24, 2017 Grandparents Day