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 10am-1pm. 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.
Bee Club is a wonderful way to spend 2 fine hours “beeing” with some wonderful beekeepers and bee students! 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—Insulation for Warre Hives Plus Bee Flowers and Herbs, with Victoria Polmatier
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
December—NO MEETING, Annual Bee-themed Christmas Party!