Information on Education and Outreach Programs

Welcome, you have reached this page to request Palm Beach County Beekeepers to supply you with a speaker.

We welcome the opportunity to educate any and all who are interested in Honey Bees. There are times when the association gets overwhelmed with requests.   Therefore we request you read the requirements set below to help us help you. .

    We ask that you contact us at least minimum of 30 days prior to the scheduled event.

    We will need your topic request, your location, along with the size and average age of the audience and the date and time.

    (IE)  History & general beekeeping at the Pine Jog Education Center, 25 ppl 5th Graders  on July 13 at 2:00 PM   

    Our Volunteers do these programs to help educate the public aout Honey Bees.  The association requests that a donation (minimum of $50.00)  be given to our organization to supply the volunteer speaker. 

    We are an ALL volunteer, non-profit organization.  ALL money collected helps us educate people and also to protect honey bees. Our main income is from selling local honey at these events.

    Also, please remember to leave your name, phone number, or email address so that we can contact you. You can email and one of our volunteers will contact you as time permits.

Please, realize we can only do our best to accommodated each request.                                                   

Thank you for your interest in learning to help save the honey bees by education and understanding. 


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Comment by Kevin Easton on April 12, 2018 at 7:00pm

The faculty and staff of Northboro Elementary Montessori Magnet School cordially invite you, or a representative from your staff/ department, to be a guest presenter at our annual School-Wide Career Day Fair. We would love for our students to be exposed to the wonderful things you do in and for our community.

Career Day at Northboro will be held on May 11, 2018, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  While we recognize this is a lengthy commitment, we also value the tremendous positive impact you make on our students’ future.


If you would be willing to share some of your valuable time with our students please complete the information on the back. After receiving your response we will email you more detailed information. If you have any questions before making a commitment please feel free to call or email.

Call Kevin 561-758-9677 if you can help volunteer for this request.  it is a the school on 40th Street in West Palm.

Comment by Kevin Easton on April 12, 2018 at 6:58pm
I am looking for someone to come to our school on May 18th from 8-1 to talk to our students about general beekeeping.  We can provide a $50 donation.  We will provide breakfast and a luncheon for the speaker.  Please let me know if this is possible.
Thank you!
Lori Bednarek
Certified School Counselor
Golden Grove Elementary
(561) 904-9711

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Another request   Please call Kevin if you can help with this event.   561-758-9677

Comment by Kevin Easton on April 12, 2018 at 6:53pm

The Quail Ridge Garden Club, at the Quail Ridge community in Boynton Beach, would like to inquire about a speaker for the coming season, sometime between January and April of 2019. Quail Ridge is located slightly west of I-95, with Boynton Beach Blvd. to the north and Golf Road to the south. It is a certified Audubon Society, and is a golfing community with two courses. We are open to about any topic; our meetings are on the first Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. If you are interested, please contact me as follows:

Linda Kibler


 Please note that my email address is not gmail; it is

Volunteers this is a long time from now but if anyone (especially in Boynton area) wants to say yes you will do it we can put it up as a future outreach event.   Thanks   contact Kevin 758-9677

Comment by Elizabeth Eck on January 18, 2018 at 10:58am


I am a science teacher in Royal Palm Beach who is looking for a guest who could speak to my class about bee keeping, and possibly show some artifacts from a hive. I am new to the area so I do not have any contacts here but my students in the past really enjoyed talking to someone who has hands on experience. I am teaching about the current threats to bee populations and I hope that educating young students will help them value bees in the future. Please contact me at if you are able to visit on a M-Thur or if you might have objects you could loan me. I am ideally looking for someone to come in late February but could be flexible. Thank you!

Betty Eck

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