For the first time since 2019, the annual Witches Tea returned to the Ogden Amphitheater on Saturday, October 22 as part of the larger Witchstock Festival hosted by Ogden Downtown Alliance. The attendees who braved the rain and cold weather were rewarded with delicious food, hot cocoa, and exciting entertainment.
The Witches Tea is the largest, and only, fundraiser for the Jr. Junior League of Ogden, a program of the Junior League of Ogden. The Jr. Junior League, or Jr. JLO, is a leadership program for Ogden-area girls in grades 5-9 designed to inspire and empower the next generation of women leaders in the community. JLO provides leadership, mentorship, and community service opportunities to the girls of Jr. JLO.
The Jr. JLO girls played a significant role in the planning, set-up, execution, and clean-up of this event. Whether it was through inviting their friends and family to buy a ticket, volunteering on the day of, or helping to gather the necessary materials, the success of this event was truly a product of their hard work!
Attendees who had their photos taken on-stage by GloHo Photography can view their photos here.
The Junior League of Ogden is grateful for generous donors, sponsors, and volunteers who helped make this event such a success.
Admiral Beverage Co. (Pepsi)
Daily Rise Coffee
Javier's Mexican Restaurant
Model Linen Service
Ogden City Government
Ogden Downtown Alliance
Rooster's Brewing Co.
The Bacon Shakin' Witches
Weber State University Upward Bound