Bee School – Pawtuckaway Beekeepers Association

Become a beekeeper! The Pawtuckaway Beekeepers Association is offering their annual Bee School, with classes beginning February 25th.

2013 Bee School
Pawtuckaway Beekeepers’ Association
Masonic Lodge, 12 South St, Candia, NH
February 25 – April 23, 2013
7 – 9 p.m.

Once a year we offer Bee School, a series of evening classes in beekeeping taught by beekeepers. In eight weekly classes, bee-ginners will learn:

• The fascinating life cycle of the honey bee
• How to assemble a hive
• How to take care of your bees
• The equipment and tools involved
• A hobby that you will treasure for a lifetime

Each week at 6:30 p.m., we will either show videos of beekeeping or conduct live demonstrations. The class runs from 7 – 9 p.m. The registration fee is $60. This includes Bee School binder, book, PBA membership, monthly newsletter, and lots of fun! It is a great opportunity to learn a hobby that gets you in tune with nature.

We hope that current members will join us for some or all of the PBA Bee School. Come and get a refresher, learn something new, or give your advice to the new-bees. Did you take bee school last year? You can attend again this year for FREE as long as you are a current member (no materials provided). Bring your experiences to share. Bee School for 2012 will start February 27th.

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