The Noble Teahouse in High River is a labour of love created by five women: Joelene Smart, Kim Courtney, Rebecca Lindsay, Anita Mackenzie and Claudette Summers. Kim is the director of The Narrow Road Home, an in-house healing recovery program for women and Joelene, who has been through the program, is the operations manager of the teahouse. Located in a Victorian home built by John and Anne Noble in 1909, the teahouse offers women in recovery a place to work, somewhere to belong and an opportunity to learn new skills while contributing to their community. Afternoon tea is available every week by reservation from Thursday – Sunday and features sweet and savory treats to enjoy with your tea. Pre-order a charcuterie or a luxury box to elevate your experience. The profit from every cup of tea and scone served in the tea house goes directly to support local rehabilitation programs. Joelene says the group is committed to helping women and is proud of the Teahouse and all the women who have overcome so much. Follow them on Facebook or Instagram for new items, features and news.
The Noble Teahouse | 440 Macleod Tr. S.W. | High River | 403.978.7391 | thenobleteahouse.com