Scottish Afternoon Tea Party

Postponed 

Lads and Lassies, join Maggie Norton and other YoMo Board Members for a fancy Scottish tea party to celebrate and support YoMo. A fun gathering with a delicious ‘Afternoon Tea’ of trifles and treats, tea and wine, plus a fun Scottish trivia quiz! Come as you are or wear your tammy and your kilt!

The location is a lovely private home in Ukiah
$40 each or 2 for $75 – limited spaces available
Sign up at the studio, call 462.2580 or below

Please pay when you sign up to confirm your place.
You can pay by cash, check, or credit card. (Checks are preferred.)
There are no refunds for non-attendance. However, if you sign up and are unable to attend, you can give or sell your space to a friend.  Please let us know if you are going to transfer your reservation. Thanks.

“The tradition of ‘Afternoon Tea’ began in the 19th century and was traditionally served later in the afternoon, usually amongst the more affluent members of society. The key difference between afternoon tea and other meals, such as lunch, lies in tea’s being viewed as social experience. It’s rarely enjoyed alone, and is enjoyed at leisure over the course of a couple of hours. It is a social offering, so it’s not something that people generally would do daily. It is often a special treat, perhaps for a birthday, anniversary, or even a long-awaited catch-up amongst friends and family.”
‘The History of Scottish High Tea’  Donna Sue Berry

 

Tea Party with Maggie