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Category Archives: Beekeeping Classes
Tom Sawyer queen rearing class:
Learn all in one day @ $50
Simple rearing 1-100 queens
Limit 4 persons per day class
Field work on active hives
Bring your veil
No gloves allowed
Every weekend starting mid-April through end of May 2016:
Simple easy ways to raise 1-10 queens using several methods without even worrying where the existing queen is.
$50 each day that you wish to participate
Methods: Hopkins, splits, walk-away and Cloake
This will be field work – you will be in the hives. No gloves allowed.
If interested email Wilhem at email@example.com
Itinerary coming soon to help you decide which day(s) you would be interested in.
Class Dates: Each Saturday
February 13, 2016. – until April 2nd.
8:45 a.m. – Noon
Location: Dadant Bee Supply
820 Tight Squeeze Industrial Road
Registration Fee: $75.00 plus
$10.00 for books/literature
To reserve your class room seat-
Hi Folks – The following were mentioned during the meeting and in case you didn’t have pen or pencil to jot down notes, below is the information regarding the upcoming classes as well as links of interest:
- Check with your local Southern States for free beekeeping classes this weekend.
- September 27th 2-4pm Kristi & Harlan will be teaching beginners and intermediate classes in Dinwiddie. Class cost $35 – to sign up please email cindy
- The YouTube videos for frame extraction as demonstrated by Richard – if you follow this link, it brings up several videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=homemade+honey+extractor
- Sarah mentioned several very helpful beekeeping sites on facebook that you might be interested in:
- If you’ve got something bee-related to sell, please visit our Clazzifieds section on our website and let me know if you wish to place a free ad: https://rockwoodbeekeepers.com/clazzifieds/
Have a great weekend – enjoy the UCI Bike Race next week!
RPBBA Communications Director
The Beekeepers Year: Winter into Spring
Sundays, 2 – 4:30 pm
January 25, February 22, March 22, April 19, 2015
Learn the basics of setting up your own backyard beekeeping by following and learning the common tasks that define the rhythm of the beekeeper’s year. Hands-on instruction, assistance in ordering equipment and bees, and a workshop to assemble your hive, plus opportunities to learn how to install bees into a hive with the assistance of experienced beekeepers, are all included.
- Basic terminology, ordering equipment and bees January 25
- Locating your apiary, assembly workshop February 22
- Frame by frame: what to look for in the hive March 22 (rain date March 29)
- Installing nucs and packages, feeding, supering April 19 (rain date April 26)
Pairs (adult/child age 10 or older, spouses, partners) may register for $15 per additional person).
Join the Rockwood Backyard Bee Keepers Association for a fascinating foray into the world of beekeeping. If you’re thinking about starting a bee hive or are just curious about what’s involved, then this program is for you. This workshop is designed for absolute beginners, no previous knowledge is required. Learn how about hive designs, management, pests and diseases and how you can get started. Includes a working session in an active honey bee hive, veils provided. Cost includes all materials.
Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 11-12, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
$150/person, or $180/per couple (family member, friend, child, etc.)
Introduction to Beekeeping Saturday-Sunday October 11-12 9am – 4pm
Register for Fall Course # 28874 Chesterfield County Parks & Recreation Fall Program Guide
Introduction to Bee Keeping – Join the Rockwood Backyard Bee Keepers Association for a fascinating foray into the world of beekeeping. Beekeeping is an exciting and interesting hobby with delicious results. If you’re thinking about starting a bee hive or are just curious about what’s involved with keeping bees, then this is a great introductory program for you. This workshop is designed for absolute beginners so no prerequisite knowledge is required. The program instructors will teach you how the honey bee lives, discuss different hive designs, seasonal hive management, pests and diseases, and tell you how to get started with your own hive. The class will be held at the Rockwood Nature Center. Class size is limited to 20 people so register early to ensure your spot. The program cost includes all educational materials. The cost for the two days of instruction is $150/person, or $180/per couple (family member, friend, child, etc.).