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The Floral Heart Project

The Floral Heart Project, a COVID-19 memorial effort, will lay floral hearts in cities and towns across the United States in conjunction with a National Day of Mourning effort Monday, March 1. In Oklahoma City, floral hearts will be displayed at Scissortail Park and Myriad Botanical Gardens to honor the more than 4,000 Oklahomans who have died from COVID-19.

Visit the memorial in the North Lens Garden at Scissortail Park and the Meinders Terrace at Myriad Botanical Gardens during park hours through Friday, March 5.

Oklahoma City’s floral hearts are designed by Heather Cole with Forever Cole Events and Haleigh Kenney with XO by Haleigh Kenney.

The Floral Heart Project was started by artist Kristina Libby in an effort to help the community create spaces for public grieving and to share support for people suffering during the pandemic.

To find out more information about nationwide laying, please visit https://www.floralheartproject.com/covid-national-day-of-mourning.

In Oklahoma City, local florist organizer Heather Cole has sourced the fresh flowers to use in the hearts from Sooner Wholesale.

About Forever Cole Events
Heather Cole has been in the event/wedding industry for 10 years. She discovered the Floral Heart Project as part of an international group of florists called Chapel Designers. Cole is a local wedding florist and planner who loves to support her community in any way. “This project seemed like something I could not pass up,” says Heather Cole.

About XO by Haleigh Kenney
Haleigh Kenney began her career in floristry in 2012 and has been designing for weddings and events ever since. XO by Haleigh Kenney specializes in one-of-a-kind designs. Kenney values the importance of a bride’s unique vision to make her wedding day reflect that.

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Date

Mar 02 - 05 2021
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Time

6:00 am - 11:00 pm

Location

North Lens Garden

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