Get your Woolly Mammoth on when we host various events such as tea tastings at 136 E. Broadway, downstairs in the historic Masonic Hall, and at our various vendors.
Join us for some late night tea at Lake Missoula Tea Co.! Friday, Oct. 6, 5-8pm for a Missoula First Friday Event.
The passion of travel and street photography reveals fleeting and candid shots which are often eluding us quickly like a mist of smoke. Opportunity comes quickly and unannounced.
Aaron Windell will show his photography “Around the World in 50 Days” with travel shots taken from a life changing trip circling over five continents:
Arizona – Morocco – Czech Republic – UAB – Sri Lanka – Malaysia – Australia
Tea, snacks, and good conversation provided. See you there!”
Celebrate Lake Missoula Tea Company’s 5 Year Anniversary with: Tea Sustainability – What it looks & tastes like in the “New” tea origin – Colombia
Thursday Oct. 5, 7 – 9 pm at the Public House next door to Lake Missoula Tea Company
Learn about Bitaco, Colombia’s first and only tea farm that is blossoming from its 55 year old parent tea plantation. Growing tea in the high, Andean mountains, a colorful story emerges. Decades of persistance, respect for local wildlife, people and landscape all nestle under a strong committment to sustainable agricultural growth and community development.
Three Bitaco represetatives – Santiago, Andres, and Juan – will present and be available to attendees.
John Meyer Photo Exhibit for First Friday, Sept 1, 5-8pm:
John Meyer is the Executive Director of the Bozeman-based Cottonwood Environmental Law Center. He is a graduate of UM and decided to go to law school after working for the Flathead National Forest. John’s photography is inspired by the people, forests, water and wildlife he seeks to protect. U.S. Senator Steve Daines called one of John’s recent legal victories for the Endangered Species Act “disastrous.”
Playing will be the The Irish Session; a local Missoula band headed up by Laura Lundquist.
The Story of Elephant Friendly Tea: A Photo Exhibition and Tea Tasting: Friday, June 2, 2017, 5-8 pm at Lake Missoula Tea Company, 136 E. Broadway, Downtown Missoula (next door to the Public House)
Join the University of Montana Broader Impacts Group and Lake Missoula Tea Company to enjoy free Elephant Friendly Tea samples, ethnic snacks from tea lands, and view a photography exhibit featuring globally endangered Asian elephants who frequent the tea plantations of North East India. In this exhibit, rural villagers from tea growing communities in India were provided with cameras to share their visual stories of the daily struggles and beauty of life in one of the world’s last remaining strongholds of endangered wild Asian elephants. The photos will be on display through the month of June at Lake Missoula Tea Company.
The Elephant Friendly Tea project is sponsored by the University of Montana Broader Impacts Group in partnership with the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network. The project aims to promote wildlife conservation through business enterprise, including a tea certification program for tea growers who want to support elephant conservation and expand their sales to consumers interested in supporting elephant conservation. This project engages tea-growing communities in reducing human-elephant conflict and changing tea production practices to make them safer for elephants. Elephants encounter a number of hazards associated with conventional tea production, from poisonings to electrocutions to irrigation ditch injuries.
Lake Missoula Tea Company is the first business globally to sell Elephant FriendlyTM Tea. Beyond supporting safer tea growing practices, tea sales support conservation on the ground in the communities where the tea is grown.
Contact: Lisa Mills, University of Montana Broader Impacts Group
(406)243-5272 or (406)370-4052, [email protected]
Steer away from the beaten path and join us for some late night tea at Lake Missoula Tea Company.
Enjoy an acoustic roots performance played by Emily Emmons while enjoying the artwork of Martha Elizabeth. She is a Missoula writer and artist best known for marbling–paint floated on thickened water and printed on paper or cloth. The marbled faces in this show live in a fluid universe, swirling within themselves.
Tea sampling, refreshments, and good conversation provided.
Double whammy – First Friday @ the tea shop!
Jo’xua Lee Hellioz Photezoemoe De La Ponzone….or just “Xua” for short. His work is all the things he wants to steal from the world and reflect it back out there. A free spirit, his passions involve traveling and painting along with friends and family.
Tanner Bray will be playing a range of Old Time Appalachian tunes, ragtime, to Vaudeville Jazz. A multi instrumentalist, he uses a variety of ukuleles and banjos. His musical inspiration comes from the sounds of Roy Smeck Cliff Edwards and Doc Watson and is also in a band called Huckleberry Mash.
1st Friday February 2017!
There’s a lot happening at Lake Missoula Tea Company Friday, Feb 3, 5-9 pm! We’ll have music and a featured painter:
Jessica Moffatt is a local artist transplanted from California coast. Originating from negativity, her paintings are the result of emotional journeys that blossom into intense, vibrant and psychedelic artwork.
Bogtrotter (Reese Morrison) is a singer/songwriter and plays the mandolin Americana folk style. Originally from Colorado Springs, he came to Missoula to study wildlife and has lived here for the past decade.
Why Everyone should drink Purple Tea
Find out Thurs Oct 27, 7-9 when Heather and Jake Kreilick share what they learned about purple tea on their recent trip to Kenya. The presentation will be two doors down from the Lake Missoula Tea Company at the Public House, purple tea will be available to sample and purchase.
First Friday in November
First Friday Nov 4, 5-9pm: Larry Evans is a mushroom hunter and teacher who has been inspired by nature all his life. On a wood-cutting weekend with the Buffalo Field Campaign, he was fascinated by the complex patterns of tunnels left by the Dendroctinus beetles in the logs he was sawing. Starting with two logs from this pile, he painted around the beetle galleries, weaving colors and forms among the patterns of their tiny highways. These prints are called, “Entomoglyphs” which roughly means “insect writing” and represent a fusion of natural, insect, and human art.
Afternoon Tea, Fall Spice
Sun Nov 20, 4-5:30: Feeling English? Reserve seats now – Afternoon Tea, Fall Spice – Nov. 20, 4-5:30. This is a great opportunity to slow down, make new friends, eat great food, and drink fantastic tea, tickets $20.