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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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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
April is an extremely busy month for the Guild as we collaborate in Franklin Institute’s 10-day Philadelphia Science Festival. Volunteers are needed for our April 28 event at Bartram’s Garden. For details click here: http://www.philasciencefestival.org/event/23-discovery-day-urban-farming If available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild will have the monthly meeting this Thursday, March 21, 7:30pm at Smith Memorial Playground. Newbee Topic: Guild Board Member Representative, Chad Carnahan will be teaching a “basics of woodenware” that will explain how to assemble all basic … Continue reading
Wyck Historic House, Garden and Farm invites you to start brewing now!
Have you often wondered how to make mead, but were afraid to try? Then, we have an event for you! Novice meadmakers are invited to participate in an event designed to encourage you to start, experiment, or hone your skills.
Ultimately you will share the results of your labors during the 2013 Philadelphia Honey Festival in September, to receive constructive feedback from a mead expert. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!