On any given day in the United States, the Tea Association of the U.S.A reports more than 158 million Americans are drinking tea. The beverage takes a back seat only to H20, according to the organization.
Break that down and you’re looking at roughly four out of five consumers who are consuming tea. Many of us are enjoying the beverage in its iced form instead of soda.
You can drink tea this month and help out a great cause – The Concord Historical Society. It’s time for the organization’s Spring Tea at the Galindo Home. The event will be held May 6th-8th at 1721 Amador Ave., Concord.
The beautiful historic home was one of the first Victorian ranch houses in the country when it was built in 1856 for Don Francisco Galindo and his wife, Maria Dolores Manuela (Pacheco) Galindo, Don Salvio’s second daughter. Learn more about the home’s history, its role as the Concord Historical Society museum and tours before you participate in this popular fundraiser featuring teas and delectable treats in the home.
You can choose from two sittings each day – 11:30am or 2 pm. – for just $30 per person. All proceeds benefit the Concord Historical Society. Get your tickets by calling Jill at 925.229.0529.
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