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Would you like to have our next meetup at Thompson Tea House Inn, Longmont, Co

A Longmont historic landmark, the Thompson House was built in 1887 for John Brigham Thompson, a successful Chicago merchant who came to Longmont along with his brother-in-law Royal M. Hubbard. Both men were pillars in the new community that became Longmont, named for the nearby mountain, Longs Peak. The settlers' motto was "Industry, Temperance, Morality." In 1994, the Thompson House was meticulously renovated preserving the natural attributes of this historic property including the magnificent oak, rosewood and maple-inlaid floors. Gas log fireplaces and multiple stained glass windows add to the coziness of the large home. http://www.thompsonhouseinn.com/tearoom.htm

Jan 5, 2014 1 so far

Dushanbe Teahouse

One of our tea visits is going to be to the Dushanbe Teahouse in Boulder, CO. We are trying to secure a date and would like to select a date that works with a majority of our members. If you are interested and will be attending this particular meetup please respond to the following poll by Friday so that we are able to schedule this event on our calendar. Select all dates/times that will work with your schedule.

Jun 20, 2012 7 so far

Where would you like to attend a Tea Time Colorado meetup in 2010?

Here is a partial list of some of the locations for tea in 2010. If you have additional places you would like to explore provide this information to Diane Gaston, Tea Time Colorado meetup organizer.

Jan 3, 2010 11 so far

What time frames will work for you to meetup for tea?

Jan 2, 2010 9 so far

What days of the week will work best for you to meetup?

Jan 2, 2010 11 so far

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