I promised photos from the tea this past weekend in Hiawatha. It was a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
They have community volunteers bring in their own place settings, table cloths, centerpieces, etc. A couple of the tables this year even brought their own chairs.
The most elaborate one was this one:
There were a lot of different designs. My favorite was this one that had cake plates set up to be a tiered centerpiece.
This was our table. It was done by the library staff. I loved the pansies.
The food was better than it was last year. They serve it on these little plastic plates so the plates don't really get very dirty, which makes it easy for them to be packed up to be taken home. Quite ingenious.
This was our little group - Teresa, Cynthia, Susan and me. Unfortunately, Kathleen wasn't feeling well and didn't get to partake.
The Hiawatha tea supports the Morrill Public Library. You know how much I love libraries so I'm thrilled to support this event and have a great time all at once. The Morrill Public Library is celebrating it's 100th anniversary.