The Learning Tea on Kashi Atlanta

For years, the owner of Dr. Bombay’s in Candler Park, Katrell Christie has been selling organic fair trade tea from Darjeeling India. Having always been drawn to this region of the world, her interest grew into a determination to give back to the men, women and children who labor to produce just one cup of tea. In July 2009, Katrell Christie traveled to Darjeeling with the hope of bringing education and aid to some of the most impoverished children in the world. Through the tea sales at Dr. Bombay’s and the sales of her photography, she hopes to return to India yearly and allocate one hundred percent of the profit to fund several projects. For 2010, Christie has pledged to buy uniforms and put a working toilet in a poorly-funded government elementary school. She also has committed herself to fully funding the education of three orphan girls a each year at a nearby Darjeeling University. Please join us from 7pm -10pm for the opening art walk showing of her photography.

Saturday, November 7th from 7-10 pm; at each of these locations in Candler Park (walking distance)

Dr Bombay’s Underwater Tea Party
1645 Mclendon Ave., Atlanta Ga. 30307 (404) 474-1402

Moog Gallery
1653 Mclendon Ave. Unit B, Atlanta, GA 30307 (404) 668-9678

Kashi Atlanta
1681 Mclendon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307 (404) 687-3353