UPDATE 3pm 2/24
Apparently the main roads are fine, so we will proceed with the evening's activities! Please drive safely and perhaps allow a bit more time to get there.
This talk is planned during the first half (7-8 pm-ish) of the February Bee Discussion Group gathering, regularly held the last Wednesday of the month.
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Join us for this informal monthly gathering of bee enthusiasts - a chat fest of beekeeping information!
We meet on the LAST Wednesday of every month - mark your calendars! See details below.
All are welcome! No experience necessary, though if you're really new to it, reading up some before you come is a good idea so you can have questions in mind to share.
SPECIAL PROGRAM for FEBRUARY 2016 GATHERING:
Beehive Benefits to Human Health including Bee Sting/Bee Venom Therapy
During the first half of the usual bee group discussion we will have a special presentation by Bee Group member Sandy vonAllmen!
In the second half we will also discuss the annual co-op purchase of bee packages and nuc's to restock hives in the Spring.
Presention By: Sandy VonAllmen
Sandy VonAllmen is a retired RN who has kept a few beehives since 1998 in order to make good use of some of the health benefits associated with keeping bees. As her interest in bee venom therapy grew, she took an online Apitherapy Course with a Romanian doctor that expanded her awareness of its benefits. Sandy will discuss the many benefits to health of many byproducts of the hive and, of course, the most interesting to her being the Bee Sting (Bee Venom) Therapy that she also has the most experience with.
* "Bee" on the lookout for more in our series of beginner to advanced workshops throughout the year.
* In Winter we also coordinate a co-op purchase of bee packages and nuc's to restock hives in the Spring.
* Check out "The BeeHive," our Resource Page!
"Bee" in touch -- join us!
Email us at LocalLivingVenture@gmail.com to receive notice of workshops and events.
The Discussion Group is on a pass-the-hat, free-will donation basis to support the club and the Local Living Venture workshop programming.
Betty Evans Community Room in the new wing (left hand door) of the E.J. Noble Medical Bldg., 80 E. Main Street, Canton, NY. (next to the Best Western, across from the Price Chopper on Rt. 11, Canton.) Usually we post an orange 'Local Living Workshop Site' lawn site near the door.
Novice to advanced levels are welcome to attend and share their questions, successes and challenges in a casual group setting. 7 PM, 1 to 2 hours.
Things change. Please get on our mailing list for the most up-to-date information.
Write to LocalLivingVenture@gmail.com and mention Bees to sign up!
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Second floor, top of stairs, Betty Evans Community Room
80 E. Main Street, next to Best Western, across from Price Chopper
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: 315-347-4223 ext. press #