@ Beaver Falls Coffee & Tea Co.
On episode 13 of the Beaver County History Podcast, we celebrate community storytelling with Bethany Canzenella Warren at the Beaver Falls Coffee & Tea Company. This event’s theme is “renewal,” featuring real-life stories by Jim Adams, Scott Colburn, and Kevin Farkas, with music by Craig Bennett.
On episode 13 of the Beaver County History Podcast, we celebrate community storytelling with Bethany Canzenella Warren at the Beaver Falls Coffee and Tea Company. This event’s theme is “renewal,” featuring real-life stories by Jim Adams, Scott Colburn, and Kevin Farkas, with music by Craig Bennett.
This episode was recorded April 27, 2019 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Host: Bethany Canzenella Warren. Guests: Jim Adams, Scott Colburn, Kevin Farkas, Craig Bennett. Audiography: Kevin Farkas. Music (available on SoundCloud.com): “1443,” Soulmachine (“140_Rising_b”), los as schrenza by a.m.c (“smooth vibration”), Soul Lounge Mix (“Smooth Vibe”). Other sounds (available on YouTube): Lessons Earned (“Tell Us Your Story”), Pat Jones (“Tell Me a Story - a digital story by Krista Haugen”), Free Popular Video (“Patrice O'neal - Women Tell Horrible Stories”), How To DIY (“How to Tell a Story”), Service Design Show (“Stories teach us to be human / Annette Simmons / Episode #66”). ©Beaver County History Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.
Established in 2006 in response to a felt need by the Beaver Falls and Geneva College communities for a place to gather and enjoy coffee, Beaver Falls Coffee & Tea exists to serve the best drinks and homemade food we can, to provide hospitality, to educate our community in coffee, and to encourage conversation and creativity.
We love coffee and tea, the people that produce it, and the people that drink it. And we love our community! We believe that hospitality demands that we consider everyone along the process.
We’re a true mom ‘n pop, and with our staff family we work hard to prepare our drinks to the highest standards: we roast coffee to bring out the best potential of the beans, and intentionally brew to release that potential according to SCAA best practices, experience, and research. We source our tea and brew the leaves with care. We’re always learning, developing, and growing!
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