Tea Education at Cafe K'Tizo
Planning a Tea Party at Cafe K'Tizo
Tea & Coffee Ceremonies: Around the World in 80 Cups $10/person, $5/TAC member
September 27th @ 7pm Vietnamese Tea Culture
October TBD South African Rooibos & Music
November TBD Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony
Multicultural Worship & Prayer Night
October 13th @ 7:30-9pm
Join us for a night of worship & prayer for our community.
Afternoon Teas (High Tea) $25 adults $18 under 10 years old- ($10 non-refundable deposit prior to event)
September 29th @ 3-4:30pm Little Women Afternoon Tea
We're getting back in the school mindset with our first Little Women Afternoon Tea! Compete in a Little Women trivia game, with prizes for the winners! Costumes are encouraged! Enjoy a selection of pinwheel wraps, scones, clotted cream, treats & delicious tea while listening to live music by a local musician. Invite all your Alcott loving friends & family! RSVP & and pay your $5 downpayment by September 25th on our website. Cost: $28/adult; $20/child under 10. Gluten Free $30/adult; $22/child under 10
December 8th @ 3-4:30pm Tea with Mrs. Claus
Invite your friends & family to an Christmas Afternoon ("High") Tea! Enjoy a selection of pinwheel wraps, scones, clotted cream, treats & delicious tea!
Enjoy a cuppa with Mrs. Claus, photo opportunity, story time and Christmas music! All ages will enjoy!
RSVP on our website by December 4th with a pre-payment of $5 to reserve your place.
Cost: $25/adult; $18/child ; Gluten free pre-orders accepted (additional $2).
Coming Fall 2018 (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
September 20th @ 7pm Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue
October 18th @ 7pm Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
November 15th @ 7pm The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman
~no Book Club in December ~
January 17th @ 7pm In a Sunburned Country by Bill Bryson
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.
Visit our Facebook Events page for more information on upcoming events!