Please e-mail to
inquire about the next
“The Art Of Tea: Then and Now” class.
four hour educational class consists of personalized
a class handbook and
a gift of a take home traveling tea
cup. The class ends
with a Royal Afternoon Tea.
After taking the class you will receive
your diploma, a gift of a traveling tea cup and you will be invited to
join the Virginia
Historical Tea Society
Each class is dedicated to the ongoing
education of students about the
history of tea, its cultural importance,
the art of presentation,
etiquette and other related topics. Varied activities will offer
to broaden their experiences in the world of
tea and to participate in functions of preference, to share the
love of teas, to foster friendships and to always have fun.
Livingston is a Tea Master certified through The Charleston
School of Etiquette and Protocol, a member
of the Tea Speakers Bureau, member of the American Tea Masters
Association, is a certified as
speaker, teacher and
Class Instructors: Aurora
Livingston and Deon Dallman
reserve a seat
for a class, send
your Name, Phone # and E-mail Address to VirginiaHistoricalTeaSociety@verizon.net
after, you will
receive an e-mail advising you of the mailing address to send the below
application and fee.
for our next “The Art Of Tea: Then and
Now” Class, then fill in the blanks.
person. This fee is non-refundable.
Please make your check payable to the
'Virginia Historical Tea Society'.
Dress code for women
is: dress or pantsuit, hat or fascinator, gloves (if you have
them, they will
come off at the door) and a small clutch purse.
You may wear flats or
heels, whatever is most comfortable.
Men may wear slacks, shirt
and tie and comfortable shoes.
accept my reservation for your next “The Art Of Tea: Then and