This outdoor festival will be held at MacArthur State Park Saturday March 2nd 2019 from 10-3:00 pm. Our club and observation hive will "bee" there to help educate the public about honey bees and their vital importance to our environment. If you would like to volunteer please leave a comment below. We could use 6-8 volunteers to cover our booth. Even if you don't work our booth that day please come and support our club and this event. Don't forget to tell your friends about this awesome…See More
We will be manning the PBCBKA booth at the Rare Fruit Council's plant sale. The event is from 9 am to 2 pm on March 9th. Any members of the PBCBKA who want to assist us in education and honey sales are welcome.Thank you for your volunteerism ! See More
Current 2018 PAID members are FREE(If there is no purple 2018 or Yellow lifetime banner on your website page photo at www.palmbeachbeekeepers.com, unfortunately, you are not a current paid member, you can be by making a payment on the main website page.) Non-PAID Members is a $…See More
Topic: 8 Frame Medium Hive Set Up and Theoretical Part of the Observation Hive Michael Bush has had an eclectic set of careers from printing and graphic arts, to construction to computer programming and a few more in between. Currently he is working in computers. He has been keeping bees since the mid 70's, usually from two to seven hives up until the year 2000. Varroa forced more experimentation which required more hives and the number has grown steadily over the years from then. By 2008 it…See More
Bring your family and join the Palm Beach County Beekeepers at John Prince Park for our Annual Fun Family Picnic.Sunday May 20th from noon to 4pm!Honey Tasting contest! Ribbons will be awarded for the top three.Custom Top Bar hive door prize! One ticket per family! ( must be a paid member of PBCBA to win.) Please, place in comments your covered food dish or dessert item that you are bringing. See More
I have 2 -10 inch deep boxes with bees I believe missing a queen, 8 months ago they were very passive bees and now have gotten aggressive, I live in an hoa and I need to find them a good home. I am willing to swap 20 deep frames and foundations with bees and some honey for 20 new frames with foundations empty. I need to give this up for a while till we move. If you are interested you can call me at 989-213-3726 my name is David thank you
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