TeaBuzz Book Club
September 20 & 22, 2019 

For our next book  club meeting, we are reading “For All the Tea in China” by Sarah Rosen. We will have a potluck/discussion, followed up with a Tea Tasting Flight focused on the tea theme in the book. Make new friends or meet old ones over literature and tea. Join one or both of the events below. This book is available at the Deschutes Public Library in all formats.

  •  Potluck & Book Discussion – join us on Friday, September 20th, 5:30pm-7pm. We will supply a tea from the book, to be shared by all. $5 suggested donation
  • Tea Flight – join us on Sunday, September 22nd from 2pm-3:30pm for our  “Teas of China Tea Flight”, based on the book. $25 per person

Women’s Potluck & Community Circle
Friday, September 13th 6pm-8:30pm

This month’s theme will be announced as the date nears.
Build community with this FREE potluck and community circle for women of all ages from young adults to our more senior ladies.  This event is held each month on the Friday nearest the Full Moon and is hosted by the Blissful Heart Wellness Center, in the white house, located at 45 NW Greeley Avenue. Call (541) 595-3288 or email info@blissful-heart.com for more information.

Community Potluck: 6pm-7pm
Community Circle: 7pm-8:30pm

TeaBuzz Social Media – @teabuzztea
Instagram | FaceBook | YouTube | Bend Tea MeetUp

To learn a little about our Tea Tasting Flight offerings, view these 5 minute interviews with Zolo Media from the “Taste This” segment of the Central Oregon Daily Show:
Color Spectrum Tea Flight
East Frisian Tea Service

Audio interview with Hostel Homies:
Apple Podcast | SoundCloud | Spotify

Swing by the Blissful Heart Wellness Center (home of TeaBuzz) and spend your afternoon perusing the beautiful grounds – visit the boutique gift store, yoga and meditation rooms and learn about our amazingly talented practitioners and teachers. Summer special – “30 Days for $30” (yoga, meditation, dance, etc).

Practitioners | Workshops| Classes

 Street parking available in front,  designated parking around back, via alley entrance

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