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The Way of Japanese Tea Series - How to Be a Guest

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Have you ever wondered what happens during a Japanese Tea Gathering? This class will take you on a journey through traditional Japanese culture as a guest to discover its secrets. You will learn how to walk on traditional Japanese flooring, etiquette when attending a Japanese tea gathering, and vocabulary of utensils used and how they are used as a guest.  Seasonality will also be discussed. Materials will be provided by the instructor. Maximum number of students is 10. These classes can stand alone as workshops. Students do not need to attend all lectures although each one explores a different aspect of the Japanese Tea culture and attendance to all is encouraged. All materials will be provided by the instructor. Preregistration is required. Please enroll for each class by the Tuesday before the class date. Meets: Thursdays, January 12, January 26, February 9, February 26, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM Instructor: Jennifer Huffman Location: Community Room

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