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Where was Boulder’s Dushanbe Teahouse Made?

November 19th, 2020

One of the most common pieces of advice a Boulderite will give to a new resident is “Go check out the Dushanbe Teahouse,” but what’s so special about a teahouse? Well, ours was handcrafted in Tajikistan during the Cold War, and kindly shipped by our sister city of Dushanbe. The rebuilding of the teahouse in Boulder was an awesome accomplishment which nearly did not happen. The idea of a sister city or twin town developed from the Cold War following WWII. The point was to form legal and social bonds between disparate cultures, and even promote relationships between former enemies.... Read More

Boulder Weekend Events

July 24th, 2015

Although we have some scorchers ahead of us, don’t let that keep you indoors! Bask in the sunshine and festival season happening in and around Boulder this last weekend of July! Saturday, July 25 Celebrate the fifth annual Firefly Handmade Summer Market in Boulder. Over 100 independent artisans will be featuring their own creations including and not limited to jewelry, textiles, home goods, and more (including items for children). Dogs are allowed and parking is free. Time: 10am Cost: Free Location: Twenty Ninth Street Mall, Boulder. Stick around and take part in the Rocky Mountain Tea Festival... Read More