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The Clarke Historical Museum Presents: Wild Teas A Virtual Tea-Tasting and Presentation Staff Pick

When: Sun., Jan. 24, 4 p.m. 2021
Price: $10
www.clarkemuseum.org/wild-teas.html
A multisensory adventure into understanding native plants that have been used by local tribes in teas since time immemorial. Each participant will receive a collectible mug designed by local artist Pen and Pine, a sample of locally grown teas, and access to a Zoom link where a small group of presenters--featuring local tribal member Dessa Gunning from the Trinidad Rancheria--will explain the names and uses for the various plants that are in the tea blends. Museum staff will also share some of the baskets used to collect and prepare tea. Zoom link provided after ticket purchase. www.clarkemuseum.org/wild-teas.html.

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