Tea Education at Cafe K'Tizo
Planning a Tea Party at Cafe K'Tizo
Staycation Cream or French Tea Special
March 25th - 30th, during regular cafe hours
Staying home for Spring Break? Grab your friends for a staycation meet up at Cafe K'Tizo!
Cream Tea: Enjoy a personal pot of tea with one of our housebaked scones and clotted cream for only $7!
French Tea: Enjoy a slice of quiche with a cup of fruit, a housebaked scone and clotted cream for $13!
Enneagram - Understanding One's Self
Examining the Enneagram of Personality - an ancient tool used to understand personality types and relationships.
India - A Colorful Taste & Look Photography Presentation
Local photographer Ritu Puppala will present on her photography exhibit "India - A Colorful Taste & Look" currently on display on the mezzanine level of the cafe.
Royal Anniversary Afternoon Tea
Saturday, May 18th at 3-4:30pm
Our spring tea will be Royal Anniversary themed in honor of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day as well as their growing family! We will serve a traditional British Afternoon tea with an American twist to show the combination of two cultures.
A perfect Mother's Day gift! Enjoy live music by a local musician.
Cost: $28/adult; $20/child under 12
GF Option available for $2 additional per person.
RSVP and submit your downpayment on our website by 5/11/19.
Tea & Coffee Ceremonies: Around the World in 80 Cups regular events: $10/person, $5/TAC member
Japanese Tea Ceremony
June 25th @ 7pm
Join us for a Japanese Tea Ceremony after hours at the cafe! The history, equipment and ritual of the Japanese tea ceremony will be explained and demonstrated (with some modifications). The style of ceremony demonstrated will be the Yuuzari-no-chaji. All will enjoy the thin tea usucha, as well as Japanese sweets. Cost: $15/person; $7 for Tea Aficionado Club members (pay on our website); minimum 6 attendees necessary for the event to be held as scheduled.
April TBD Iranian Tea Culture
May TBD Moroccan Tea Culture
Coming Fall 2019 (Dates TBD)
Based on the 18th century French venue, French salons are a time to gather for discourse on timely topics that influence our community. This time centers on topics (to come) that will lead to building strong and healthy cross-cultural community.
We will look at the essay “Politics, Morality & Civility” by former Czech President Václav Havel. This writing provides a look at the state of the world and calls for our cultures and our leaders to rediscover and cultivate what Havel terms “higher responsibility,” a morally grounded vision for the common good and the foundation for becoming a peacemaker. Published a generation ago, this essay offers an insightful framework for those of us today who care about the state of our culture and politics. In a time of polarization, we at Café K’Tizo desire to build bridges.
Includes a tea pairing with each evening.
Upcoming theme: Champions of peacemaking & its relevance today
Cultural Arts Book Club
April 18th @ 7-8pm Gourmet Rhapsody by Muriel Barbery
May 16th @ 7-8pm The Road from Coorain by Jill Ker Conway
Everyone is welcome to join our Cultural Arts Book Club where we read books from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, then discuss our discoveries and responses over a pot of tea.
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