On Sunday, September 20 from 4 to 6 p.m., all are invited to the home of Karen Morgan in Boulder for good conversation and informal visiting. Bring finger food to share. No sign-up required, just come! Directions to Karen’s home will be available at UUCB that morning, or call for directions at 720-938-2304.
On Sunday, August 16, from 4 to 6 p.m., all are invited to the home of Susan and Paul Riederer in the Gunbarrel area for good conversation and informal visiting. Bring finger food to share. Plan to enjoy the summer flowers in their lovely backyard or sit on their front porch and enjoy the late afternoon breezes. No sign-up required, just come! Directions to their home will be available at UUCB that morning, or call them for directions at 303-931-3228.
The third Sunday in June is Father’s Day, so we won’t have a Tea House in June. If you’d like to host our next Tea House on July 19, please contact Dianne Ewing, 303-776-0227.
Henry Kroll will host our gathering for tea and conversation on May 17 at the Silver Sage Common House, 3 to 5 p.m. Bring finger food to share. Henry will show a video of his wife Jean dancing along with others at Silver Sage. The Common House is located at 1650 Yellow Pine Avenue in North Boulder. There is street parking, but car pooling, biking, etc. is encouraged.
Shirley Bulla is hosting our April tea and conversation gathering from 3 to 5 that afternoon (not to be confused with the auction English Tea she is hosting with Daphne Lewin the following Sunday). Shirley also lives near UUCB at 1402 55th Street, the red ranch-style house on the east side of 55th, just to the left of the fire station. Park in the field behind her house. Bring finger food to share and memories of earlier days at UUCB and of some of our members no longer with us. Or plan to hear about UUCBers who built the Earth Room and helped UUCB grow into a warm community of caring people.
Sunday, February 15, Laurie Duncan invites us all for tea and conversation from 3 to 5 p.m. She lives near UUCB. Laurie has a lovely home with many items from her world travels. Bring finger food to share.
On our usual Tea House day in November we will be thinking about all the wonderful items we just bid on at the Fabulous Feasts that noon. We’ll hold off on the tea house then and wait until our fabulous Holiday Tea House in December on Sunday, December 21. If you’d like to host a Sunday afternoon gathering for tea and conversation in 2015, please contact Dianne Ewing (303-776-0227). This is a very easy way to entertain. The guests bring finger food to share. You just have to put the tea kettle on and clear off your dining table. We gather on the third Sunday afternoon each month, except for those times when there are other UUCB events after the service or in the evening.
Karen Morgan is hosting the the tea house from 4 to 6 on September 21 at her home in south Boulder, 34 Benthaven, near Lehigh and Emerson. Karen is an avid quilter. You’ll see some beautiful quilts at her home! Everyone is invited for conversation and snacks. Bring finger food to share.
If you’d like to invite UUCBers to your home on the third Sunday of November or months after that, contact Dianne Ewing. October’s tea house will be hosted by Judith King on October 19.
Julie and Bob Ford invite us all for tea and finger food on Sunday afternoon, August 17, from 3 to 5. It’s the water ceremony Sunday, so maybe you will want to share more of your travel stories with UU friends that afternoon. Bring finger food to share. All are welcome! No sign-up sheet needed. Directions to the Ford’s south Boulder home will be available at UUCB that morning or call them. Tea Houses are informal get togethers just for fun at UU homes on the third Sunday afternoon of each month. When there are other special events at UUCB that day or holidays, we may cancel. Otherwise, you can count on a time to visit and get to know other UUCBers better on the third Sundays.
Shirley Bulla invites us to her home for tea and conversation on Sunday afternoon, March 16, 3 to 5 p.m. Bring finger food to share! It will almost be St. Patrick’s Day, so perhaps we should wear green! Shirley’s home is immediately north of the fire station on 55th, not far from UUCB. No need to sign up, just come!
Sunday, January 19, is the date for our monthly gathering for tea and nibbles. On the third Sunday, each month we gather in a UUCB home to visit and get to know each other better. Guests bring finger food to share. The hosts provide tea and another beverage. It’s a really easy way to entertain! We are looking for a host for January and subsequent months. Please contact Dianne Ewing, if you’d like to host. Entertaining could not be easier!
TEA HOUSE OCT. 20 Dianne Ewing invites everyone to her new condo in Longmont for tea and conversation on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 20, from 3 to 5 pm. Car pooling is a good idea. There is not much really close parking, but plenty within a block. There is also a bus stop right at her home. No need to sign up, but do bring finger food to share. Pick up directions at UUCB that morning or contact Dianne. Signage in the area is confusing, but once you know where the condo is, it is easy.
Enjoy the the beautiful flower and vegetable gardens at the home of Mary Jean and Peter Ewing on September 15, from 4 to 6 p.m. They will supply iced tea, and you, the guests, will supply finger food. It should still be a lovely time to enjoy their yard.
Tessa and Alan Davis invite us all for iced tea and conversation at their home near UUCB. Maybe it would be fun to talk about favorite trips–where we’ve been and where we’d like to go. Bring finger food to share. All are welcome for this unstructured time to get to know each other better. Directions will be available at UUCB that morning or contact them for directions.
July Tea House. On Sunday, July 21, Diana and Mike King invite us for conversation and refreshments at their home. These new members are transplants from Maryland, near DC. Bring finger food or a beverage to share. No sign up required. Just come! Directions will be available at UUCB on July 21, or phone them for directions.
No Tea House in June–it Dad’s Day, so enjoy it with a dad you know or a father figure! On Sunday, July 21, Diana and Mike King invite us for conversation and refreshments at their home. These new members are transplants from Maryland, near DC. Bring finger food or a beverage to share. No sign up required. Just come! Directions will be available at UUCB on July 21, or phone them for directions.