Bridal Hope Chest a Turkish Tradition- Arlington Raindrop Women Association February Coffee Night

arlington february coffee night raindrop women associationBridal Hope Chest a Turkish Tradition- Arlington Raindrop Women Association February Coffee Night. At this coffee night the theme was preparation bridal hope chest at Turkish culture before wedding ceremony. Turkish ladies exhibited their art crafts from their own dowry.All attandees liked demonstrated Turkish art crafts. Guests enjoyed food and competitions. Winners got gifts from bridal hope chest.(Arlington February 13th,2015)

There's No Such Thing as Everlasting Love- Arlington Raindrop Women Association Lunch January 2015

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Arlington Raindrop Women Association organized a lunch. The theme of Lunch was "There's No Such Thing as Everlasting Love". Importance of mutual understanding while you are married. First correct your own mistakes at relationship with your spouse. Worry less about who is right or wrong or on what you don't like or don't have. Instead, focus on compassion and kindness, and you are likely to achieve relationship harmony.Other remarks from presentation at second page. (Arlington, January 17th, 2015)

1st Annual Texas Tea Festival

IMG 3679Raindrop Turkish House recently participated in the 1st Annual Texas Tea Festival, which took place on February 8th at the Saengerrunde Hall of downtown Austin. During the festival over 700 visitors enjoyed different types of tea and food served by various sponsors.

Raindrop booth was one of the most popular spots in the hall as it served famous Turkish flavors, including Turkish tea, Turkish coffee, Turkish delight, baklava and brownie cookies. These flavors were accompanied by the traditional tea pot, samovar, tea and coffee sets that decorated the booth, which attracted a lot of interest from our visitors including the speakers and other vendors at the event.

It was so much fun to be a part of this great event. We cannot wait for the next year’s festival!




Austin Ladies' Coffee Night with Lynn Hayden

IMG 1463The tradition goes on and RAWA started the new year with an another memorable Ladies' Coffee Night

With a rich and traditional dinner as always, all guests were pleased from the beginning of the night.. All ladies gathered around the tables had a chance to meet and share and exchange ideas as well.

Our dear friend, Courtney DeboWer was the emcee of the evening. 

The keynote speaker of the night was Lynn Hayden, a management consultant who started her speech with some simple yet basic tips on how to be organized and how to "clear the clatter"s in our lifes!

She has shared so many notes of the class she teaches about realizing and placing "values" of our lives and putting our priorities in the first place. Her speech got so intense and touching with her own personal examples and anectodes she shared and audience was inspired so much!

After this beautiful speech, our guests got a chance to meet a Turkish marbling art (ebru) artist, Seher Dogan and watched her performing this unique art! Turkish coffee? We never forget that! It was served during this beautiful demonstration.

The night ended with an "eat the muffin blind-folded" game and so many more laughters, chats and fun until the room was completely empty. 




The first Ladies Coffee Night of 2015, held on January 15th

CoffeeNightJanuary15(13)The first Ladies Coffee Night of 2015, held on January 15th, was again a special night full of fun, valuable information, and social networking. This month's topic was Alzheimer’s disease and Kelly McCann, the Chief Program Officer at Alzheimer’s Association (Houston&Southeast Texas Chapter) made a very informative presentation on the topic and answered the questions from the audience.

The memory game and brain teasers, activities considered as preventive measures for Alzheimer disease, made the night both fun and challenging. Besides the delicious Turkish food, the participants were also served nuts and dried fruit as the examples of healthy diet to prevent the disease. Ladies also put their hands together to make blankets that will be donated to nursery homes. The night ended with nice conversations and memories while enjoying Turkish coffee. See you at the next Coffee Night with new topics and nice surprises…



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