Uncover the history of Minnetrista apples and cider during Tea & Talk event

Uncover the history of Minnetrista apples and cider during Tea & Talk event

Posted by: Hannah Whiteman    |    Friday, September 20, 2013

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October 9, 2013

Uncover the history of Minnetrista apples and cider during Tea & Talk event

Muncie, IN— Gather with friends over apple-inspired treats and cider on October 23, during Minnetrista’s Tea & Talk—Apple of My Eye.

Explore the history of Minnetrista’s apple orchard; create apple flavor profiles; and create a take home mulling spice bag during an afternoon in The Orchard Shop Courtyard. Connect with others as you view historic photos of Minnetrista’s apple barn and orchard, and indulge in a variety of apple-inspired treats and cider. 

Investigate the fascinating role apples have played at Minnetrista and since the time of the Ball family, while sharing your own fond memories of fall time with friends.

Tea & Talk—Apple of My Eye will be held on Wednesday, October 23, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Cost is $10 per person. Member discounts apply. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

Mingle in one of Minnetrista’s beautiful gathering spaces and discover local apple and cider-making history!

For more information on this and other upcoming Tea & Talk events at Minnetrista, visit minnetrista.net or call (765) 282-4848. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the most up to date information on our exhibits and programming.

Located along historic White River, Minnetrista includes 40 acres of beautiful gardens and grounds, a modern museum facility, an historic home, Nature Area, numerous sculptures, and a portion of the White River Greenway. Minnetrista serves East Central Indiana with dynamic community activities and exhibits that honor and reflect its natural and cultural heritageFor more information about Minnetrista, visit www.minnetrista.net.

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