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6th Annual Bee Day 2019 - April 27th

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Bee Day is a family friendly educational beekeeping field day that is admission free and open to the public. A variety of free beekeeping classes are offered from 9am - 4pm. The children's area will feature animals, games, face painting and more. Live demonstrations will be offered in the Bee Yard. (This is also the pick up day for package bees and Italian nucs. Package pick up will open at 10 am. Italian nuc pick up will open at 4:30 pm) 

Food will be available for purchase onsite and the Bee Store will be open to purchase beekeeping supplies. Vendors and live music will be setup outside. We would like to thank our presenting sponsor Steve Landers Auto Group for their participation and help in making this fun filled day possible. We would also like to thank Pulaski County Farm Bureau Insurance and River Valley Tractor for their support as well.

Vendor space is still available. Contact us for more information. 

This event takes place on a working honey bee farm. There will be live bees flying on the farm. Enter at your own risk and take any needed precautions. 

Bee Day is a family friendly educational beekeeping field day that is admission free and open to the public. A variety of free beekeeping classes are offered from 9am - 4pm. The children's area will feature animals, games, face painting and more. Live demonstrations will be offered in the Bee Yard. (This is also the pick up day for package bees and Italian nucs. Package pick up will open at 10 am. Italian nuc pick up will open at 4:30 pm) 

Food will be available for purchase onsite and the Bee Store will be open to purchase beekeeping supplies. Vendors and live music will be setup outside. We would like to thank our presenting sponsor Steve Landers Auto Group for their participation and help in making this fun filled day possible. We would also like to thank Pulaski County Farm Bureau Insurance and River Valley Tractor for their support as well.

Vendor space is still available. Contact us for more information. 

This event takes place on a working honey bee farm. There will be live bees flying on the farm. Enter at your own risk and take any needed precautions. 

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