Pose Your Beekeeping Challenges to Bizz & Buzz, the Smoke-It Brothers; Stump the Chumps; Puzzler! 7:30 pm 3217 Clearfield St., Philly 19132 The bees are our best beekeeping teachers.  But sometimes it’s hard to figure out what they’re trying to get across to us . . . we want to hear YOUR toughest beekeeping problem…

The little girl’s homework papers have a star at the top!  If you draw a five-pointed star, just like your third-grade teacher put on your papers, and you put a tree at every intersection point and a tree at every vertex… You end up with 10 trees, right? Five rows of four trees each.  

Philly Bee Inspector and  “Inside a Bee-Tree” (a photo-essay) Location:  St. James School, 3217 West Clearfield St., Philadelphia, 19132 If you registered as a beekeeper with the PA Dept of Agriculture, you may have already met Austin Martin, the SE Pa. Apiary Inspector.  Each year the inspector(s) try to visit as many beekeepers as possible during…

The Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild is proud to present the 2013 Philadelphia Honey Festival in conjunction with its partners: September 6  10 AM – 7 PM  Wagner Free Institute of Science  September 7    10 AM – 4 PM  Wyck Historic House | Garden | Farm  September 8    10 AM – 4 PM  Bartram’s Garden  IT’S SO…

Also known as our Annual Apiary Tour, the Philly Beekeepers are inviting you to drop in on a hive or two or three on the morning of Aug10 before you continue on out to the PA State Beekeepers Picnic. At 9 am, start up high at point A (rooftop hives) OR stay on the ground…

The Eastern Apicultural Society Conference starts in 3 days! It’s a rare opportunity that the EAS annual conference is held this close to Philadelphia, in West Chester PA.  A lot of folks are going and we encourage you to use our Facebook page to set up carpools with each other.  More details about the conference and

Saturday July 20, 2013 from 2-6 pm UPDATE: Bring a blanket or folding chair(s).  Kids may want to wear a bathing suit and bring a towel to do slip and slide and kid pool. The Veitch family will host the event at their urban homestead in East Falls.  This event is POT LUCK – please…

Harvesting Honey is the subject of our next Guild meeting on Thursday, June 20 at 7:30 pm at St. Andrew’s Lithuanian Church on 19th St. one block south of Fairmount. Weather permitting, we will once again “pre-meet” at 7pm and open a hive in the Spring Gardens Community Garden across the street from the church. The garden is on the east side of…

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL – Meet at 7 pm in the Spring Garden Community Garden for an “open hive” talk.  Our member, Karen Cherubini keeps her bees there and has agreed to let us start the evening by seeing what her bees are up to.  (weather permitting)  Consider bringing your veil.  The Garden is the full city…

The next Guild meeting is on April 18 at 7:30 pm. The meeting will be held in the MAIN SANCTUARY of the Lithuanian Church on 19th Street between Wallace and North Streets in the Fairmount neighborhood

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