Summer Tea in Prospect Park

Join Tea Arts & Culture and Prospect Park Alliance for a full-day gathering in the park to steep and sip tea together with arts and music, and share our appreciation of nature. You will embark on a journey to learn about tea and have an engaging experience connecting with the diverse cultures and communities around us.

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10-11 am Nature Walk:

Led by the Prospect Park Alliance staff, we will start from the Boathouse to have a walk through the trails around and learn about the nature surroundings of the park.

Morning Yoga: 

Enjoy yoga led by an experienced practitioner

11-12 pm Morning Tea Ceremony

Participants can choose to sit down with tea for a guided group tea meditation with some gentle movement to be more in tune with their own body and mind.

12-1 pm Lunch and Tea

Bring your own lunch or pre-order a lunch.

Please complete this form if you would like to receive information about ordering a special curated lunch to have with your tea.

1-4 pm Community Tea Circles

A curated experience for the participants to join the extensive tea circles created by the various communities from different cultures. Art and music will be incorporated into the whole experience.

Family Friendly activities : Ikebana with artist Kristina Bajunaishvili, Poetry Composing Tree, and Kids Tea Party.

Tea Tasting Table by New York Tea Society

Ice Teas from Local Community Gardens

The Nature Tea program began when a group of tea lovers gathered in Prospect Park, Brooklyn in 2019 with the intention to share their appreciation of nature, tea, and connections with others. This program has continued to manifest the beauty and light of tea by building community solidarity among tea lovers, artists, musicians, and nature goers through seasonal gatherings in nature.

Summer Tea 2023 in Prospect Park is part of the Nature Tea series of Tea Arts & Culture. Nature Tea 2023 is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC). Learn More at the Tea Arts Culture website.