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Apr
10
Wed
Brighton Beekeepers Monthly Meeting @ Brighton Agfinity Store
Apr 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Featuring Miles McGaughey, Boulder County Beekeepers Association president on making splits and nucs.

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May
18
Sat
Brighton Beekeepers Hive Inspection @ Apiary
May 18 @ 8:00 am – 10:30 am

This Saturday, May 18, we’ll meet at the apiary at 8:00 a.m., inspect the hives, then sally over to Azadores (in the figure 8) for discussion and refreshment.  The apiary is located 15841 Riverdale Road.  Take Hwy 7 west out of Brighton; before climbing the first big hill (about 1/2 mile), turn left onto Riverdale Road; proceed about 1/4 mile.  The single-story white house with black shutters will be to the right.

The hives are accessible by crossing a horse pen, so please bring appropriate footwear.

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Jun
9
Sun
4 Corners Beekeepers Spring Pot Luck @ Bryson and Robin's house
Jun 9 @ 4:00 pm – Jun 9 @ 8:00 pm

Here’s your reminder about the spring pot luck! Just in time for
summer. Come out and have some fun talking bees, (and chickens, and
pigs, and…) We’ll be at Bryson’s house this time, on Sunday the 9th
of June at 4 PM, and he’s thinking of bringing a pony keg from SKA, so
that will be nice, too. The club will provide plates, cups, etc.
Please bring a dish to share. Also, I know many people have plants
and bushes to share, so bring them as well, and we can all go home
with something new! Here are the directions to Bryson and Robin’s
house..
The address is 214 Whistling Horse Trail. 81301 google maps works
well. I will have balloons put out as well.

The best way I can describe it is that its about half way between
Bread and Edgemont. If you head out of town on Florida rd. a couple
miles once you have passed bread, the road is the first available
right that is a road and not a driveway after Ute Pass sub division on
your right.

I know that’s not super clear but between the balloons and google maps
it won’t be too hard to find it. 749-6122 is my number in case people
can’t figure it out and need to call.

Thanks and looking forward to it.

Lastly, Jim Bell has two sheep. He says anyone can have the wool
if they bring the equipment and sheer them. How cool is that?!

jimbell@centurytel.net
See you all on Sunday! T

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Jun
12
Wed
Brighton Beekeepers Monthly Meeting @ Brighton Agfinity Store
Jun 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Our next meeting is Aug 14th  at 6:30 PM in the ACE meeting room.
Our speaker, David, a local Greeley beekeeper.  He will share his care and
management practices, as well as pest management and feeding.  Plus honey super management.
He will show us how to make the winter covers he has been using on his hives.

 

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Brighton Beekeepers Monthly Meeting @ Brighton Agfinity Store
Jun 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Featuring Don Studinski, owner of Honeybee Keep and an Advisor to the Colorado State Beekeepers Association.

Don Studinski, beekeeper and entrepreneur, will discuss the sometimes controversial issue of smoking the bees with slides of splits using no smoke and using smoke. Two split techniques are covered: find the queen and don’t find the queen. Thetiming and motivation for splits is also covered in the context of living with varroa mites. Audience participation with questions is encouraged while time permits. We wrap up with topics including current local conditions, feeding and what’s happening in the beekeeping world today.
An enthusiastic promoter of permaculture techniques applied to the world of beekeeping, Don comes from the high-tech world of cubicles and computing.  After a BS in Computer Science from LSU, he immediately started a career with IBM.  A decade later, he completed a MS in Computer Information Systems and contributed to Avalon Imaging, StorageTek and McKesson where, as Director of Quality Assurance and Senior Project Manager, he decided to end his time in high-tech.
Don’s current focus is on honeybees that live.  They must live among all the challenges of our time and in our local climate. Don has written about beekeeping for Bee Culture magazine, Living Systems Institute and Pesticide Action Network. He offers a year-round beekeeping mentor program which involves on-line and in-person educational opportunities. Students participate locally and from around the USA.  You can find details about Don’s products, services, teaching programs and reference articles at his website, HoneybeeKeep.com.
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Jan
11
Sat
4 Corners Beekeepers Association Beginning Beekeeping Course @ La Plata County Fairgrounds
Jan 11 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

All classes will be held at the Exhibition Hall at the La Plata County Fairgrounds.

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Jan
18
Sat
4 Corners Beekeepers Association Beginning Beekeeping Course @ La Plata County Fairgrounds
Jan 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

All classes will be held at the Exhibition Hall at the La Plata County Fairgrounds.

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Jan
25
Sat
4 Corners Beekeepers Association Beginning Beekeeping Course @ La Plata County Fairgrounds
Jan 25 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

All classes will be held at the Exhibition Hall at the La Plata County Fairgrounds.

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Feb
22
Sat
Brighton Beeginning Beekeeping Class @ Brighton Agfinity Store
Feb 22 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Mr. Izaguirre will offer a beginning beekeeping class on Saturday, February 22, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Agfinity’s upstairs room.  The fee is $20.00 per student, and a Subway lunch will be provided.  Even those of us who are old hands at beekeeping could probably use a refresher and pick up a couple new ideas.
Click here for a printable flyer.
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