Holiday Gathering December 12, 2021

November Meeting Sunday the 14th

Just a reminder about our November meeting featuring George Anderson.  He will be presenting

“Overwinter Your Hives and Get Them Thru the Spring”

Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

November 14, 2021 Meeting

This monthly meeting will feature George Anderson.  His presentation will be 

“Overwinter Your Hives and Get Them Thru the Spring”

Looking forward to seeing you there!

October 10, 2021 Meeting

Please join us this Sunday as we welcome Gary Keuffer.  He will present “Pheromones- Language of the Bees”.  October 10th at 1:30 PM

2021 Picnic Tomorrow RSVP ASAP

 

Warren County Ohio Beekeepers will hold its annual picnic on Sept 12 at 12 noon.  The setting will be shelter 09A (a new one) at Armco Park. We were told this is near #9, that is where we have met before.  Come in the park and keep making right turns.  The park is at 1223 OH-741, Lebanon, OH 45036  We are hoping this can be a “traditional” one.
 
The club will provide beverages and fried chicken.  Guests are requested to bring a side or dessert to share.  Please take necessary personal and food precautions if you are not vaccinated or immunocompromised. 
 
There is no program presentation, just socialization and “meet and greet.”  Newbies (and others) can ask beekeeping questions.  Just the caveat that if you ask 3 beekeepers, you’ll get 5 answers.
 
You are invited to bring show-and-tell items or beekeeping-related items for sale or free.  Any used bee equipment must have been inspected by ODA.
 
If you plan to attend, PLEASE RSVP to warrencountyohiobeekeepers@gmail.com  by September 10 so we can get a rough headcount to determine how much chicken is needed.

Correction to RSVP email Address for 2021 Picnic

If you plan to attend the Annual picnic please RSVP to:

warrencountyohiobeekeepers@gmail.com

 

2021 Annual Warren County Ohio Beekeepers Picnic

Warren County Ohio Beekeepers will hold its annual picnic on Sept 12 at 12 noon.  The setting will be shelter 09A (a new one) at Armco Park. We were told this is near #9, that is where we have met before.  Come in the park and keep making right turns.  The park is at 1223 OH-741, Lebanon, OH 45036  We are hoping this can be a “traditional” one.
 
The club will provide beverages and fried chicken.  Guests are requested to bring a side or dessert to share.  Please take necessary personal and food precautions if you are not vaccinated or immunocompromised. 
 
There is no program presentation, just socialization and “meet and greet.”  Newbies (and others) can ask beekeeping questions.  Just the caveat that if you ask 3 beekeepers, you’ll get 5 answers.
 
You are invited to bring show-and-tell items or beekeeping-related items for sale or free.  Any used bee equipment must have been inspected by ODA.
 
If you plan to attend, PLEASE RSVP to warrencountybeekeepers@gmail.com  by September 10 so we can get a rough headcount to determine how much chicken and beverage the club needs to bring.

August 8, 2021 Meeting

This Sunday, August 8th it will be Gary Keuffer on  ” Free Bee Program”- about swarms and he will also share

 what he does for mite control.
We will have the picnic in September and in October Gary Keuffer will come again to speak again.  The title is  ” Pheromones-Language of the Bees Program”. 

 
This meeting will be held at Lebanon Presbyterian Church, 123 N. East St.  Parking is in the rear or side lot; entrance is in the rear thru the grey door.

Great Meeting on 06.18.2021

The meeting was very nice today. We had several beginner beekeepers and a couple of more experienced ones as well.  Big thank you to our organizers, Hollingsworth Farm and our guest speaker George Anderson.

July 18, 2021 Meeting

A reminder that the July meeting has been rescheduled and is on for Sunday, July 18, at 1:30 PM.

Hollingsworth Farm, 4780 Hollingsworth Rd, Lebanon OH.
Speaker is George Anderson re: July Splits

Specific information: 
• Follow the gravel driveway all the way back until it ends. Park on the road extension to the left side of the field. Stay in the designated areas or due to the rain and wet soil, you may get stuck.
• Someone will be there to direct parking and walk to the demo area.
• Bring your own foldable chair, bee suit, and water. There are no toilet facilities on the farm. 
See you there!