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Fri, Feb 14


East Torrey Street & Gruene Road

PUBLIC: Tea in the Trees at Torrey Park

Our first monthly gathering for "Tea in the Trees" Come join us for some sensible conversation, maybe get some answers about nature connection, start your journey of personal transformation, and enjoy a little snack too. To RSVP connect to the event on Faebook please.

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PUBLIC: Tea in the Trees at Torrey Park
PUBLIC: Tea in the Trees at Torrey Park

Time & Location

Feb 14, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:40 PM CST

East Torrey Street & Gruene Road, E Torrey St & Gruene Rd, New Braunfels, TX 78130, USA

About the Event

Come join us for our first ever "Tea in the Trees" (Free of charge, but please RSVP)

- Meet new people and enjoy meaningful conversations - Connect and get grounded - Enjoy a cup of hot tea made from a local edible plant - Eat a yummy snack - Ask questions and learn about Forest Bathing and Nature Therapy and whatever else you may be wondering about - Relax and breathe- Yes, please invite your gal-pals That's it... nothing complicated. Just time to be together.

Important details: * Please dress for the weather and bring a blanket or something to sit on; we will be sitting on the ground outdoors at Torrey Park. * Kortnee will provide hot tea and a light snack. You are welcome to bring a snack to share, a sack lunch if it's that time of day for you, or just show up with a beautiful smile to share. *Come for the whole time or just drop in and say hello. All areas of Torrey Park are visible from the parking area, so we will be easy enough to find. Come join us! *Bad weather plan: Please check here on the event page that morning to see if we will be indoors or out.

"Tea in the Trees" will now be a monthly offering from Confluence Healing Arts with your happy host, Kortnee McDowell. dates and times will vary monthly.

In the event of inclement weather: We will hold our Tea Time  indoors at Rio Terra Clubhouse at 2294 Common St, New Braunfels, TX 78130 (The Clubhouse is located behind the main building: drive down Sundance St. and it is back there.)

And the big question I know you're thinking: "Wait a minute, Kortnee, you're a total outdoorsy badass; how exactly do you define inclement weather?" Basically precipitation and/or temperatures below 44 degrees will scare me indoors.

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