Bee Club (Live-Streamed)
Once a month, our members get together to explore topics that excite us about natural bee care. Often after our meetings, we have a special program–crafting pollinator hotels, gardening for bees, processing wax and honey, touring a member’s bee yard–that are open to the public and free to our members.
We meet each month on the 1st Saturday, from 10:30am-12:30pm.
We meet upstairs at the Camas Public Library at 625 NE 4th Ave, Camas, WA 98607. Our meetings are open to the public. If you live at a distance, no problem! You can join our live-streaming club meetings right HERE.
Here is our schedule for 2018:
May 5th—Plant and Seed Swap, with Pixie LaPlante and Terry Brody, plus a discussion about a new bee site one of our members has developed: “Beeple.”
June 2—City Bees and Country Bees, with Mary Helen Beveridge and Tina Carter
July 7—Bee Club picnic at Jennifer Bargar’s!!
August 4—Honey and Wax: Preparing It All, with Ginger Reynolds and Susan
September 1—Autumn in the Bee Yard, with Deb Cochran
October 6—Bill Avery, Hive Insulation. None of our wooden hives are bee-friendly. Come learn how to transform them into bee-cozy homes.
November 10 (Note the change in date for this meeting!!)—Susan and Jacqueline share information on their trip to the Holland Conference, “Learning From the Bees.” This was an amazing event, attended by beekeepers from 30 countries. Come see how they “bee” in the rest of the world.
December—NO MEETING, Annual Bee-themed Christmas Party!