Welcome to the Village of Bellflower
The Village of Bellflower can be described in many ways - small, rural, quiet, and friendly to name a few. Some have described it as a "Norman Rockwell" town, especially on July 4th, when the kids decorate their bicycles to ride in the parade, the firemen toss out candy to the crowds as they drive along the parade route, and we hear the National Anthem sung while the American Legion raises the flag at the Depot Museum.
Many residents have lived in Bellflower their entire lives; others have moved here recently to escape the hustle and bustle of bigger cities. Either way, all are welcome and encouraged to participate in the various events and activities that Bellflower has to offer.
Like to make homemade noodles? Want to learn how to make homemade noodles? Join Darbi Buchanan on Saturday, October 28 at 7:00 a.m. in the Bellflower Community Center cafeteria to help make the noodles to be served at the annual community Thanksgiving Feast on Sunday, November 12. No...