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ii p POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 1,2011 "' '''" ' ,'i .... Page 9 Lauren Patrick and Ryan Woods, both of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, take a moment from their busy evening to smile for the camera. (Photo by Hilda M. Morrill) John Hancock's Carol Fulp, second from left, and her husband Bernie Fulp, left, enjoy the Preview Party with her colleague John F. Durnan of Manulife Financial, right, and his wife Ruthanne. John Hancock was the Silver Sponsor of the Preview Party. (Photo by Hilda M. Morrill) 15, The Mall at Chestnut Hill will host the flower and garden show featuring richly planted gardens, dazzling flo- ral arrangements and land- scapes from award winning designers and horticultural- ists. The show will be held in the common areas of the Mall's two levels. Part of the proceeds from the VIP Preview will benefit the Massachusetts Horticul- tural Society's Plantmobile, the traveling, interactive plant-science program that provides hands-on, explor- atory educational programs for children grades K-12. Mass Hort is upgrading the Plantmobile curriculum and plans to send the vehicle and its staff to schools in and around Boston beginning this spring. For more information, call 617-933-4995 or visit Enjoy! (Be sure to visit Hilda MorriU's gardening Web site, www. bos tongardens, co m. In addition to events covered and reported by the columnist, "The Socially Set" is compiled from various other sources such as news and press releases, PRNewswire ser- vices, etc.) Noted floral designer Faith Cass, right, founder of the Cass School of Floral Design in Watertown, and Leah Denlinger, left, a five-year member of the teaching staff at the school. (Photo by Hilda M. Morrill) Party guest, noted sculptor Nancy Schon of West Newton, created the famous "Make Way for Ducklings" sculpture in the Boston Public Garden (and another one in Moscow.) (Photo by Hilda M. Morrill) Alan Spiegel and Judith Manzo of Bookends in Winchester at Mass Hort's Bookstore during the Preview Party. (photo by Hilda M. Morrill) Sculptor Jill Nooney and Bob Munger, owners of Fine Garden Art in Lee, N.H., stand before their Flower & Garden Show display, which featured many unique "containers," including a human skull. (photo by Hilda M. Morrill) North End Friends of St. Francis House FLEA MARKET & BAKE SALE for St. Francis Homeless Shelter NAZZARO COMMUNITY CENTER 30 North Bennet Street, North End, Boston FRIDAY, APRIL 8 TM 9 AM to 6 PM SATURDAY, APRIL 9 TM 9 AM to I PM We will have Mamma Romano's Famous Eggplant Sandwiches, as well as Meatball and Sausage Sandwiches. Homemade baked goods, pastries and other goodies from bakeries around the North End. We will also be collecting SPARE CHANGE, and New White Tube Socks for Men & Women HELP US HELPTHE HOMELESS!!