Bring your family and join the Palm Beach County Beekeepers at Okeeheelee Park for another PBC Beeks fun event. The Pavilion name we have rented is the Alligator Pavilion.We will fire up grill at Noon and should bee...cooking and eating around 1:00 PM. Setup won't be much but come early to help, chat and have fun. Don't forget to bring your favorite dish on Saturday May 7th. Leave a comment below on what you plan to bring. The club will supply hot dogs, hamburgers, etc with fixings. The…See More
Beeks, Happy to announce we will bee.. meeting at the Science Museum's STEM Building in WPB. We'll start at 6:30 PM. Join us to see old friends, meet new ones and of course talk about the latest bee buzz stuff. We'll have a starting 101 Bees presentation with some of our Board members on hand for questions. Water will bee... provided. There will bee... a sign-up list for future 101 hands on workshops coming up. Don't forget we have some great items up for grabs on CG's table. Hope to…See More
We will be going over the basics of beekeeping 101. As well we will re hive a birdhouse and a flower pot. And after that if we have time we can do a split. If you have any questions you can call me. 561-294-7665.You will need proper beekeeping equipment such as Vail gloves long pants no sandals. You will also need mask and there will be social distancing required for everyone's safety.There will only be 10 people for the class anybody who registers please make sure you are able to show up. If…See More
Come zoom with us. We are having our first fun zoom meeting Friday July 3, 2020.Vetaley Stashenko will be our speaker his presentation is tilted "Before you Start Beekeeping"Dr. Vetaley Stashenko, Ph.D.; ND; MS.Currently, professor at Palm Beach State College (Anatomy & Microbiology) and a treasurer for PBCB association.Started beekeeping (first two hives) in summer 1963. He is the author of patents for method of comb less overwintering of bee colonies; device for comb less overwintering…See More
Fellow Beeks, we are announcing the first of what we hope to be many small group hands on hive inspection/instruction.These events will bee limited to six participants. They will be held in several of our member's apiaries.Please do not participate, if you are ill or have been exposed to anyone who is ill. Expect, to follow good social distancing.Bring your beekeeping equipment, veil, hive tool, smoker and a note book.See More
Hi! Im a new aspiring backyard bee keeper and looking for hands on experience before i start. If anyone is looking for help i would love to volunteer some time and appreciate all your knowledge and guidance!