Trail Ridge Quilters invite you to their 11th annual tea and hand crafted item sale on Tuesday, October 28 from 1-3pm. This event is being held at the home of Kay Myers, 1761 Twin Drive, Estes Park. Twin Drive is south of Peak View Drive, just off Hwy 7. Take Hwy. 7 to Peak View, turn at Mountain View Bible Fellowship church, then turn left (south) at Twin Drive. Look for signs we will post. Kay’s house is the second house on the right hand side of the street after turning on to Twin Drive. Join the quilters for a cup of tea or coffee and refreshments. Be among the first to purchase from our 2014 selection of quilted items including baby quilts, wall hangings, table runners, placemats, pot holders, small handcrafted gift items, soft children’s books, seasonal items and much more. As always, all proceeds benefit the Estes Park Medical Center. If you have any questions, please contact Jeanne Allen, Trail Ridge Quilters coordinator at 586-4209. We hope to see you there!
Lunch at the Dushanbe Teahouse
Leanin’ Tree Museum and Sculpture Garden of Western Art
Everything is free, except lunch
Come with us as we tour the amazing Celestial Seasonings tea factory in beautiful Boulder.
See. Taste. Smell. Experience
From raw ingredients to finished products, you’ll learn all about the wonderful world of tea and see how the wholesome products are blended, packaged and shipped. You'll never look at tea the same way again!
The gift shop has a wonderful selection of items to take home for you or for the holidays.
The Dushanbe Teahouse is completely build by hand without the use of any power tools, the Teahouse was constructed in Dushanbe, Tajikistan as a gift to their sister city, Boulder. It was disassembled, crated up, and sent halfway around the world to be rebuilt in Boulder as a symbol of friendship and cultural exploration. The elaborate and creative teahouse is a beautiful restaurant with wonderful food.
(Lunch is on your own, with individual checks)
You can see the diverse lunch menu online
The Leanin’ Tree Museum of Western Art in Boulder, exhibits the private art collection of Ed Trumble, Founder and Chairman of Leanin’ Tree, publisher of fine art greeting cards since 1949. His collection was born of a passion for American Western Art that has spanned seven decades. The scope and quality of this rare collection will surprise you.
We may be able to take a tour if we are lucky and see how the greeting cards are made. Watch as flat sheets of blank paper are transformed into beautiful, full-color cards. Follow the production process through precise cutting equipment, the rush of automated batching, and super-fast machines that fold 500,000 envelopes in one shift.
Please contact JoAnn Batey by Oct 29th if you plan on attending.
Maximum number of attendees is 20.