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" Tea-time with Mom" set May 12th
04/13/2018

(MSC News)--Mark your calendars for a Spring Tea — “Tea-time with Mom,” set for Saturday, May 12 at the Fisher Center in Hiawatha.

The Hiawatha Chamber and Visitors Bureau is joining with the Hiawatha Parks and Rec Department to bring a spectacular occasion for ladies of all ages to take in a “tea-time,” just in time for Mother’s Day!

The HCVB will be sponsoring the adult tea — at 3 p.m. that day — where guests will have the opportunity to enjoy some wonderful tea and scrumptious tea-time delicacies, as well as view close to three dozen tables decorated in various themes.

Entertainment will also be provided during the adult tea and there will be Silent Auction items to bid on.

The Chamber is inviting local businesses and organizations to design tables in various themes and will be collecting items for the Silent Auction. All proceeds from the adult tea will benefit the Hiawatha Chamber.

The Hiawatha Parks & Rec will be sponsoring the Children’s Tea — set for the same time at 3 p.m. — for kids age 4 through fourth grade. There promises to be some fun activities, great snacks and a wonderful “Tea” time to be had.

The doors will open at 2 p.m. that day, as guests are encouraged to come early for table viewing and to bid on the Silent Auction items.

Prospective business and organization designers are asked to contact the Hiawatha Chamber at [email protected] or call 742-7136 to sign up for a table and/or reserve advance tickets. Tickets for the tea will be $20 each and only table designers will be able to reserve them through the month of March. Tickets went on sale to the public April 1st.

If there are other individuals interested in being a table designer, please contact the Chamber as well to be put on a list.

Tickets for the Children’s Tea also went on sale April 1 to the public and will be $10 each. Contact HP&R Director Stacy Jasper at [email protected] or call 742-7176.
 

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