February 24, 2021 | OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE
OLLI @ Home...Stay In or Go Out
as You Explore the Treasures
of Washtenaw County
Let’s Build Our Community of OLLI @Home Members
Join us for an OLLI @ Home programs on Monday March 1st and March 15th 3:00 pm-4:30 pm. Online. Registration is still open.
To Register: Visit OLLI’s Website Course Catalog, Sign in at www.olli-umich.org
March 1st 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
A Tea Tasting Experience with Teahaus on Ann Arbor
Lisa McDonald, tea sommelier and owner of TeaHaus, will demonstrate how to make a variety of teas with the opportunity to taste. Prior to the program you will also have an opportunity to purchase a sampler of different teas and tea infused treats from TeaHaus. Click on the attachment for the sampler information.
Please click on https://teahaus.com/collections/tea-samplers/products/olli
The cost of the sampler includes various teas and tea infused treats and is priced at $10.00. If your order needs to be shipped to your address the total price will be $13.00.
You can pick up your order at the TeaHaus drive-up window or in the store. If you are picking up your order please place your order no less than 48 hours before the class. In addition, if you plan to have your order shipped please allow at least 14 days for arrival.
March 15th 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
A Coffee Experience with Steve Mangigian, Managing Partner at Zingerman’s Coffee Company
Steve Mangigian, right, with Sr. Elvar, head of the La Florida Coffee Co-op in Cajamarca, Peru
Perk up with an afternoon coffee tasting experience with Steve Mangigian, including a discussion about the history of coffee, “cupping” and how to brew a great cup and how to select a new favorite coffee.
Participants may purchase a coffee sampler directly from Zingerman’s Coffee for pop in and pick up. Steve Mangigian is the Managing Partner at Zingerman’s Coffee Company and Zingerman’s Candy Manufactory.
After growing up in Philadelphia, Steve has spent most of his adult life in Ann Arbor. He has held a number of positions in a variety of industries before coming to Zingerman’s. He would never have guessed that he would end up being a business owner in the coffee industry – when he had his first cup of coffee at age 19, he disliked it so much that he couldn’t swallow it.
Steve found his way to the Zingerman’s Coffee Company in 2006 where his passion, knowledge and love for coffee grew. Steve is involved in every aspect of the coffee business from sourcing to roasting to building the wholesale base of customers.