Tea Education at Cafe K'Tizo
Planning a Tea Party at Cafe K'Tizo
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 $10/person, $5/TAC member
April TBD Iranian Tea Culture
May TBD Moroccan Tea Culture
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!
Coming Spring 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
March 21st @ 7-8pm: Darius the Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram
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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