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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Milton Sweet Tea Society meeting June 5.



From left, top, Farmer Sue, owner of TheArtBarn at Morning Glory Farm and Patti Silva, creator of the Milton Sweet Tea Society; bottom, Leigh Halsema, Rose the dog, Emma Johnson, and Debbie Johnson.
Photograph by Beth Melberg Photography©


Courtesy City of Milton GA

The Milton Sweet Tea Society will meet Tuesday, June 5 at 7:30 p.m. for a Ladies Night Out Potluck Social at TheArtBarn, located at 208 Roper Road Canton, GA 30115 (click here for directions).

Each person is asked to bring along an appetizer and a beverage of their choice to share with the group. The farm will be decorated with candles and tablecloths, provided by the hosts of the event. Entertainment will be provided by Susan Shaw, otherwise known as Farmer Sue from TheArtBarn at Morning Glory Farm - where good things grow.

The evening will begin with a guided hayride tour of the farm lead by Farmer Sue. Along the tour, she will stop and introduce the ladies to some of her many farm animals including chickens, roosters, donkeys, goats, horses, her famous cow and potbellied pig, to name a few.

After the tour, the group will collectively create a mixed media art project while sipping a beverage and nibbling on some of the appetizers brought by the attendees.

The Milton Sweet Tea Society, founded by Patti Silva in May 2010, is an eclectic group of women living in or near the City of Milton who love where they live and understand the concept of a small town. Members offer friendly tips and referrals to one another.

This social is a great way to learn more about the Milton Sweet Tea Society, as well as mingle with some of the members and meet other women from the City of Milton.

If you are interested in attending, please visit the Milton Sweet Tea Society's Facebook page for more information on how to RSVP. Hope to see you there!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG Patti started and is having a TEA Party! Who would have thought! So there is "hope" and "change" after all!
How Great!

Anonymous said...

Now THAT is funny!

Anonymous said...

Why don't you be productive yourself instead of beating down others? At least Patti's tea is sweet, not bitter like yours.

Anonymous said...

It was a compliment not a digg 4:14! You are too defensive. I'm sure Patti got a chuckle, chill out! There was nothing bitter about the comment! You lack a sense of humor.

Anonymous said...

Strange kind of compliment.