Aug
5
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Aug 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Aug
17
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Aug 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Aug
20
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Aug 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Sep
2
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Sep 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Sep
17
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Sep 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Sep
21
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Sep 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Oct
7
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Oct 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Oct
15
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Oct 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Oct
19
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Nov
4
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Nov 4 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Nov
16
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Nov 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Nov
19
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Dec
2
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Dec 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Dec
17
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Dec 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Dec
21
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Dec 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jan
6
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Jan 6 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Jan
18
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Jan 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jan
21
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Jan 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Feb
3
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Feb 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Feb
15
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Feb 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Feb
18
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Feb 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Mar
2
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Mar 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Mar
17
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Mar 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Mar
21
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Mar 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Apr
6
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Apr 6 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Apr
18
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Apr 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Apr
21
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Apr 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

May
4
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
May 4 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

May
16
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
May 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

May
19
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
May 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Jun
1
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Jun 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Jun
16
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Jun 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Jun
20
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Jun 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jul
6
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Jul 6 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Jul
18
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Jul 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jul
21
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Jul 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Aug
3
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Aug 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Aug
15
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Aug 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Aug
18
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Aug 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Sep
7
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Sep 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Sep
15
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Sep
19
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Sep 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Oct
5
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Oct 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Oct
17
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Oct
20
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Oct 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Nov
2
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Nov 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Nov
17
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Nov 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Nov
21
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Nov 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Dec
7
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Dec 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Dec
15
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Dec 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Dec
19
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Dec 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jan
4
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Jan 4 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Jan
16
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Jan 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jan
19
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Jan 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Feb
1
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Feb 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Feb
16
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Feb 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Feb
20
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Feb 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Mar
1
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Mar 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Mar
16
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Mar 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Mar
20
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Mar 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Apr
5
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Apr 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Apr
17
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Apr 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Apr
20
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Apr 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

May
3
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
May 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

May
15
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
May 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

May
18
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
May 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Jun
7
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Jun 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Jun
15
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Jun 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Jun
19
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Jun 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jul
5
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Jul 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Jul
17
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Jul 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877

Jul
20
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Jul 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Aug
2
Wed
SouthEast Beekeepers Club Monthly Meeting @ North Pinery Firehouse
Aug 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The SouthEast Beekeepers Club is a fairly unstructured group of beekeeping people who get together once a month to share information, ask questions, get news, etc. Other than having a pot luck prior to and during the meeting, we don’t have an agenda. When we do have speakers or special interest discussions, we send out notices to our group.

We have no dues. Everyone is welcome, all you need is an interest in bees.

Aug
17
Thu
High Land Beekeeping Club Meeting @ Roxborough Community Center
Aug 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This Thursday, March 19, 2015, is our monthly bee club meeting!

The meeting is from 6-8 p.m. at the Roxborough Community Center, directions below.

https://gallery.mailchimp.com/faab5d795f2a24e9abc494c09/files/Directions_to_Rox_Comm_Cntr.pdf

Angela Kantola will be our guest speaker telling us what she has learned about the “Flow Hive” that everyone is ga-ga over. Then Laura Phillips will give us our Epi-Pen Training for the year. This training is recommended for all club members.

We will also discuss the new swarm phone system being implemented by the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and the fact that they have 501c3 status available to use if we choose to use it.

All and all, it should be a very informative meeting. Bring a treat if you like and we’ll all share.

Aug
21
Mon
4 Corners Beekeeping Club Monthly Meeting @ Florida Baptist Church near Elmore's store.
Aug 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

[We meet every 3rd Monday except for November and December]

This is your last minute reminder about the club meeting this Monday evening, May 18th, at the Florida Baptist Church at 6 PM. Our new member, Valerie West is going to share how she learned to make a nuc for the purpose of growing new queens for yourself. This is a skill we all need, and there is more to it than just putting a couple of frames in a box. As we are just learning, queen age is a major factor in bees swarming, and if we can learn to grow new, good quality queens for ourselves, we can greatly reduce the swarming impulse in our bees. We’ll also talk a bit about how to know if your stock is of good genetic quality. Plus, we’ll have a good visit with our fellow beeks, and get the answer to that vexing conundrum in your bee yard. Obviously, we’ll need to talk about some new board members, too. Come and find out what is going on! We are growing! Think about what you can do to help. Looking forward to seeing you all there.


Paula N. Nelson
President
4 Corners Beekeepers Association
970-903-1877