Tykes turn out for Tea Time

MARYSVILLE — Tiny tykes enjoyed the formality of tea parties coupled with teddy bears and tasty treats, hosted by the Attic Secrets Tea Room off of 76th Street in Marysville.

Chloe Green

MARYSVILLE — Tiny tykes enjoyed the formality of tea parties coupled with teddy bears and tasty treats, hosted by the Attic Secrets Tea Room off of 76th Street in Marysville.

“It gives families an opportunity to get out,” event coordinator Andrea Kingsford said. “It’s tough to get kids out for a tea party. They can get the full experience in a comfortable setting.”

Kingsford said the tea party sells out every year and this year was no different. More than 40 kids and parents in colorful dresses showed up for tea.

Upon entering the tea party, the attendees were directed to the front desk to pick up essentials to making a tea purse.

Each party was reserved a table.

Five-year-old Chloe Green was content in creating a purse as she awaited her tea.

“We come here every year and we love it,” Chloe’s grandma Linda Taylor, said.

Others were just as pleased with the tea-time festivities.

Shileigh Morrow, 4, enjoyed her second visit along with her friend Alynn Wilson, 3, as they collaborated on purse designs.

“I enjoy spending time with my granddaughter at this event and introducing her to tea,” Alynn’s grandmother, Danesha Gill, said.

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