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Junior Beekeeper PosterWe will be keeping our one-day Junior Beekeeper Program this Spring and summertime and would love to have your children and pupils attend.

The programs is held regarding next times, kindly pick one:

  • SOLD OUTSunday, April 17th at Webb Bridge Animal Hospital, 953 Webb Bridge path, Alpharetta, GA 30005
  • SOLD OUTSaturday, May seventh at East Lake Commons, 900 Dancing Fox path, Decatur, GA 30032
  • SOLD OUTSaturday, Summer 25th at Dunwoody Nature Center, 5343 Roberts Drive Dunwoody, GA 30338
  • SOLD OUTSaturday, September tenth at Blue Heron Nature protect, 4055 Roswell path, Atlanta GA 30342

Time: 10 am - 3 pm (approx.)

Price: $30 per child.

The youngsters (many years 6-13*) are thank you for visiting be involved in a live beehive inspection**, which includes "suiting up" with veil, bee suit, gloves, etc., a creative activity, viewing a slideshow presentation about honey bees, helping with honey removal, honey tasting, program and inform, etc.

The youngsters also obtain a certification of involvement and a tiny container of neighborhood honey, as well as other goodies, to take home.

We can cater our 1-day programs to fit your organization, class, or scout troop. If you have 10 or maybe more young ones wishing to engage, we can schedule an application time solely for them, if required. Kindly call us to learn more!

*Children underneath the age of 9 should have a mother or father or guardian present at all times. The services have a home and restroom facilities, but children should deliver their lunch, and lots to drink. (we shall have extra liquid.) All attendees must signal a standard Release/Waiver kind.

**All activities will likely be supervised by Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Association people, and protection clothing (bee suits, gloves and veils) will undoubtedly be provided.



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