Time for Tea

 

 

Time for Tea

Saturday 17 August           

Carnegie Library and Community Centre — Boyd Room

 

Fun ferments

10am–11am

 

Learn how to make your own kombucha at home with natural herbs and fruit. Explore how to use kombucha to create sourdough buckwheat bread and delicious cashew nut cheese. Learn simple and tasty fermenting techniques to save money and support your gut to be healthy and happy.

 

Please refrain from wearing perfumes to this session.

 

Strictly for adults and teens age 15 and over. Tickets $6. Bookings essential and open 9am, Saturday 20 July. No refunds.

 

 

 

Chinese tea journey

12.30pm–1.30pm

 

Journey to the ancient origins of tea and discover how it has evolved through the ages. Taste tea from all across China, including its birth place. Join us in sipping exquisite tea from traditional glass cups as we explore Chinese tea culture, drinking etiquette and the beautiful ‘Gong Fu’ tea ceremony.

 

Please refrain from wearing perfumes to this session.

 

Strictly for adults and teens age 15 and over. Tickets $6. Bookings essential and open 9am, Saturday 20 July. No refunds. 

 

 

 

Tea leaf reading

3pm–4pm

 

Join 18th generation tasseomancist, Annie O’Reilly, as she teaches us the wisdom of tea leaf reading. Bring along a cup and learn about tea, symbology and tasseomancy 101 in this special and unique session.

 

What to bring: a shallow, wide teacup that is pale (preferably without decoration inside) and its saucer.

 

Strictly for adults and teens age 15 and over. Tickets $15. Bookings essential and open 9am, Saturday 20 July. No refunds.

 

 

 

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