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New Meetup: Traditional Japanese Tea Gathering

From: Jerome
Sent on: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 11:04 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Greater Raleigh Japanese Language and Culture Meetup Group!

What: Traditional Japanese Tea Gathering

When: November 11,[masked]:45 AM

Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Sarah Duke Memorial Gardens Dr
Durham, NC 27705

Nancy Hamilton, Urasenke Tradition of Tea
Duke Gardens
Wednesday, November 11, 2 seatings: 10:45am-12:00pm, 12:15pm-1:30pm
Fee: Friends $20, General Public $30

We are pleased to announce two dates for upcoming autumn tea gatherings at the Duke Gardens. Savor a deep-autumn moment of retreat while enjoying a bowl of whisked tea prepared in the traditional way.

As a guest to Tea, you will experience the patterns and poetry of Chado, or the Japanese Way of Tea, while enjoying an enticing bowl of whisked tea and a seasonal treat. The practice of Tea is characterized by the phrase ichigo ichie, or "one moment ? one meeting." Join us for a special moment in the tearoom as we celebrate the gifts of autumn in the garden setting. The small class group will meet at the Doris Duke Center to be escorted to the Durham-Toyama Sister Cities Pavilion in the garden for this intimate gathering.
Limit: 8 per seating
To register, call (919)[masked]

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