Our web has been updated and the sign-up for monthly meeting refreshments is ready to go. Please consider volunteering to bring snacks to one of our meetings. Our next meeting is in February. Sign-up online.
Beginning with our February meeting, we will have a new start time.
There is no meeting this month because we hold Bee School on January 25th. See you in February unless you are attending our Bee School. Bee School Registration closes January 11th, 2020.
Happy New Year!
Bring your holiday joy and join us on December 8th at noon at Lebanon Presbyterian Church for our club appetizer pot-luck. There will also be a brief meeting for board officer election as our current vice president has served two terms and must step down. Anyone interested in running for vice president, please let a member of the board know
Thank you to Gary Keuffer for his presentation on Honey Bee Nutrition at our November meeting. One of the best things about beekeeping is that there is always something new to learn. We appreciate that Gary shared of his research and experience on the different parts of honey bee nutrition and how they work together to help the bees healthier.
Join us on January 25th, 2020 for our annual Beginning Beekeeping class. You must register online in advance. Registration ends on January 11. Cost includes first-year membership in Warren County Ohio Beekeepers. Follow this link to learn more about the class and register.
- OSBA Fall Conference Program Guide now available! https://www.ohiostatebeekeepers.org/event/osba-fall-conference-2019/
Beautiful weather and a nice turnout for the picnic! Thanks to everyone for bringing in food and sharing in great conversation! We have a fantastic club!
Join us this coming Sunday Sept 8th for our annual swap meet picnic from noon to 4 p.m at Armco Park shelter #9. Bring things you’d like to swap or sell as well as a dish to share.
We hope to see you there!
This week on Wed August 14th there is a new beekeeping meetup at
12055 Mosteller Rd
Cincinnati OH 45241
Learn the basics of beekeeping from several of our members that started there own bee colonies using the resources of The Manufactory. Starting with an idea, a growing group of members started from scratch to build hives and began the process of populating them. They will share their journey through the fascinating lives of bees and how these humble workers of nature provide an invaluable service to agriculture while producing a sweet byproduct for our enjoyment.
This class is free to attend for all that are interested, we do ask that you register in advance. We meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Next meeting is on August 14th at 6pm. You must register at http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp…