Saturday, September 8, 2012

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: Here are a few more events to choose from this SUN, Sept 8th, Free - $10

More evenst this Sunday, September 8th

The Tearoom: An Experience of Traditions and Culture
12:00pm - 5:00pm
Free for the first 100 people, $10 all others
All ages, however all must be able to sit through the Tea Ceremony
small $1.54 fee on eventbrite, not sure if tickets will be sold at the door for a flat $10, please feel free to contact the organizer directly over eventbrite to ask

The Tearoom, an experience of traditions and culture, is an experience design of the rituals, traditions and culture of tea. Tea is a personal experience, so we invite your participation! While you move around the room, use all your senses, imagination while you sip and relax. So what does this experience in The Tearoom hold? Pure hospitality, so please come and enjoy the experience with all your senses.

The Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Metro: Archives Metro The Heritage Center is inside the US Navy Memorial building, to the right when you exit the metro escalators

Culinary Historians of Washington, D.C.
2:30pm - 4:30pm

Dr Gabriella Petrick of George Mason University speaks on Industrializing Taste, Food Processing and the American Palate

Bethesda Chevy Chase Regional Services Center
4805 Edgemoor Road
Metro: Bethesda, on the plaza level

Freecycle Fete at Adams Morgan Day

DC Home Buzz is hosting another Freecycle Fete this Sunday at Adams Morgan Day! Best described as a garage sale where everything is free, Freecycle Fete is a great way for neighbors to give away items they may no longer want or need, while providing the same opportunity for neighbors to discover different new treasures…all for free! Additionally, DC Home Buzz will be hosting an adjacent photo booth, where you can strut your stuff for the camera.

Adams Morgan Day
18th Street NW
Metro: Woodley Park, Columbia Heights or Dupont or take the 42 bus or Circulator bus closer

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