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Where will theChai Tea workshop be Held?
0 · December 19
How about Sunday, sept 28th? I live in 94127 area code, within walking distance from Forest Hills Station in SF. If there are enough members interested in attending, we can sched it th Sunday ard say 2pm.
2 · September 3
As long as the Muni goes out there, that seems good for me! Ill put it in my calendar and see you then!
0 · September 5
Is this happening?
0 · September 20
Hi Chitty. I can't make it this Sunday, but would be happy to meetup on another occasion. Can you handle 30 people at your place?Cheers,Lou
0 · September 19
Is there a confirmation of date/location yet? ;-)
0 · September 18
If a location is still needed, i can offer my place.
1 · August 31
Hey Chitty,I would be interested.
Me too depending date. Thank you!
1 · September 1
I'd like to attend, thanks!
2 · September 2
If anyone is interested, please join us for a tea tasting event! http://www.meetup.com/Tea-Tastings/ There will be tea tastings and tea cocktails with appetizers as well! A great deal.
0 · August 31
Yeah it seems that way. I see this is the case with a lot of tea-related meet ups. Ill direct msg u though, if you are interested in meeting up at a tea house or something!
Will,I've noticed that this group doesn't seem to have any recent activity. Wonder what's up?
Has this already passed? I have a lot of Pu'er 普洱 tea I brought back from a place in Beijing, that I can bring along, as well!-will
1 · August 30
I am studying tea (informally, and also thru the World Tea Academy), and have some high-quality teas that I'm willing to donate to help get this off the ground! I mostly go for orthodox, unflavored teas, though I can bring a few flavored as well - Earl Grey, or Silver Needle Jasmine (scented). These come from some of my fave local Tea shops - Imperial, Vital Leaf, Aroma, Red Blossom, etc. (there are several others I haven't gotten to yet!)Beyond a certain size group, the logistics of hot water, teaware, etc becomes unwieldy, so I'm hoping some one else can provide these elements, and we can keep this first 'flight' a small one.Thoughts?
1 · March 15
Are you really planning to do a meetup gathering, or is this old? If it is March, 2014 I'd love to come! I'm missing tea folk and tea talk!
I can offer my place if a venue is still needed.
0 · March 15
I will look forward to this event and do not mind helping out. I hope the date does not conflict with my school schedule.
0 · March 29, 2013
I can help as needed.
0 · January 23, 2013
I'd be happy to pitch a helping paw for setup.
1 · January 6, 2013
I have a picnic table in my garden. If the weather is nice and people bring folding chairs I can fit 17 no problem. It is a big garden. There is a video of it on you tube under the user name tropicalthought. I have two tea pots and two kettles.
1 · December 18, 2012
Just my cup of tea. Hope I can join you all.
0 · July 27, 2012
I would like to attend if I am free the date you set this for.
0 · May 18, 2012
The Sports Basement offers spaces to use. If you contact them, you can reserve. They also sometimes provide munchies if you ask.
0 · February 12, 2012
We can help bring H2O in or anything that needs to be carried in
0 · December 28, 2011
I was there at the Barry's event and it was lovely and beautiful, an event that I and my friend have never forgotten.
Here's the link to Barry's tea event at the Chinese Pavilion. Butane gas single-burner stoves cost around $20-25. I do have one. Water has to be carried in. There's no charge to use the space. See the photos, too.
0 · December 27, 2011
depending on date/work. :) Hope I can make this one. The chinese pavilion is nice.
0 · October 9, 2011
I would love to go to this! Ahh...once the kids get older....
0 · October 3, 2011
I'd like to be there if a date and time are set. How about the east bay? do we need a public space?
0 · September 25, 2011
Cathleen,Barry Boullon's Puer event was at the Chinese Pavilion. He did heat the water on a gas stove. The space is really quite large, can seat 25 easily and offers a little protection from rain and strong sun. You can't reserve it though so it is a little risky. I staked out the space a couple hours early to hold it for him. We invited interested public to sit in. It is a beautiful setting but a little hard to get to and everything must be carried in. I thought it was well worth it.
1 · June 27, 2011
Don't think there are plug ins as it is olde but I have never looked. It is a pretty place to have tea and I think tea has been served before they had plug ins and I have a camping stove which could easily make Hot H2O
0 · June 21, 2011
Tell me more Cathleen! Is there plug ins? Do we need to pay for the space?
0 · June 18, 2011
How about the Chinese Pavilion in Golden Gate Park? I think it can fit around 15 people with half standing.
1 · June 3, 2011
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