The Coffee House Project goes digital for 2020: full schedule announcedPosted on: 04 Aug 2020
The local coffee festival is going digital for 2020.
Online masterclasses, talks and yoga: get ready for the first-ever digital version of The Coffee House Project (CHP).
Usually, The Coffee House Project unites local coffee fans for a two-day, caffeine-fuelled festival at The Passenger Shed.
But due to COVID-19, this year’s (physical) celebration has been called off.
Instead, CHP will deliver a digital event on the same weekend, on Saturday 5 September and Sunday 6 September.
The full schedule has just been announced, boasting two full days of masterclasses, talks and guided yoga. As always, the programme unites local roasters and top baristas.
CHP event in 2019
The weekend is split up into four sessions: Saturday A.M. (09:45 – 12:45), Saturday P.M. (13:45 to 16:45), and so on.
Each session includes three activities, from exclusive tasting sessions to coffee cocktail masterclasses. Each session will be delivered via Zoom.
Each session is ticketed, and tickets will include a CHP goodie bag filled with the products needed for a session - plus a few more surprises.
Take a look at each session, and book onto the ones that take your fancy, on the CHP Bristol website.
This year, CHP has teamed up with KIND Snacks for morning yoga sessions across the weekend, which will also be delivered on Zoom. Expect a guided yoga session and a full-body workout.
Again, yoga is ticketed, but participants will receive a KIND goodie bag filled with treats.
Find out more on The Coffee House Project website: thecoffeehouseproject.co.uk.
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