Don’t Miss Our Joshua Creek Tea!

Don’t Miss  Our Joshua Creek Tea!

Time is running out! Buy your TICKETS now! As of September 4, only 10 tickets are left! Tickets will be on sale until Saturday, September 8 at 6:00 pm.

Autumn is almost here. Time to treat yourself and what better way than by joining us for our first Ninth Life High Tea at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre on Sunday, September 9th, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.

Bring a friend or come solo and meet new friends. Dress up or be casual. Tickets are $40 per person and include tea samplings, flavoured waters, fancy sandwiches and desserts by Chef Kimberly Ann Masco from Reds Restaurant. Raffles and draws. Live piano music. Everyone goes home with a thank you gift.

The grounds at Joshua Creek alone are worth a visit. There is a huge labyrinth, benches with a view of the valley, art installations throughout the property and artwork inside, a huge produce garden, flower beds everywhere, a pond, and more. The two story Barn Gallery is an 1827 barn that has been rebuilt.

You have probably heard about wine sommeliers. Well, a tea sommelier similarly shows you how to best pair tea with foods in order to enhance the flavour. The correct pairing of food and tea can make a huge difference. If you have always been meaning to try something other than pekoe tea bags, here’s your opportunity. Learn how to make a perfect cup of tea.

Sommelier Tracey Carr-Snyder will increase your knowledge of tea in a delightful way. Did you know that for centuries tea was used only as medicine? It took 3,000 years for it to become an everyday drink. Tea arrived in Canada in 1716, imported by the Hudson’s Bay Company, and took a year to arrive. In the mid 1700s, afternoon high tea was for working men, taken standing up or sitting on tall stools, thus “high” tea.

We are a volunteer organization and all funds raised go directly to the Rescue cats.

 

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