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Mother's Network: Tea Party

Author: Tsukuba Mothers Network, Issue: March 2003, Topic: Tsukuba Mothers Network

This month we will have a tea party. Please bring your favorite tea or snacks (or sweets) and let us try them. Sandwiches and rice balls will be served. You can try Japanese traditional tea MACCHA as well. Join us and have a lot of fun. If you plan to participate and if you need a ride, please contact us by March 7 (Friday).

When: March 10, Monday, 10:00am - noon
Where: Platform (Takezono 1-2-1, 1st floor of Toshi Kodan, which is on Tsuchiura Gakuen Dori, between the Oshimizu Park and the Central Police Station. There is no parking lot for the place. Please use the toll parking lots in case you come by car (160 yen or so per hour). What to Bring: cups, plates, spoons & folks, beverages and foods for your children, tea (from your country, etc) with a pot and snacks or sweets (please bring one dish, if possible). Please bring small card with your name and a name of your tea or snacks.

Contact/Inquiries: Ms. Nishizawa 029-855-7888, Ms. Yunoki at 029-856-3321

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