Honey Beekeeping Seminar Presented by Steve Lechner

March 11, 2014 admin
When:
April 12, 2014 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
2014-04-12T10:00:00-06:00
2014-04-12T14:00:00-06:00
Where:
CALF’s Lowell Ranch ~ Ag Barn
Cost:
$65 per person
Contact:
Steve Lechner, Busy Bee Farm
303-657-5360

Honey Beekeeping Seminar Presented by Steve Lechner, Owner of Busy Bee Farm Saturday, April 12th, 2014 10 am to 2 pm CALF’s Lowell Ranch ~ Ag Barn Lunch Provided ~ $65 per person ($15 per person of this standard fee will be donated to CALF) Do you want to keep honey bees, but aren’t sure how to get started? Then this is the class for you! Steve will cover everything you need to know from day one through the first full year of your bee keeping adventure. Seminar will cover housing, handling, harvesting, equipment, common problems, benefits, and all the other questions you have about your hive. Sign up now, class space is limited. What you will need to do: • Sign up for the class by calling Steve at 303-657-5360. • Bring a copy of “Bee Keeping for Dummies” with you. • Bring a note pad and pencil to keep notes. • Come hungry; lunch is provided. A minimum of 6 people signed up is needed by 5 pm on Wednesday, April 2nd for the class to be conducted. If this quota is not met, the class will be postponed and we will email you. Cancellations must be made no later than 5 pm, Wednesday April 2nd. Walk-ins are allowed, but spaces are limited to 25 people. Directions to CALF: From the North – I-25 south to Exit 182 (Wilcox and Wolfensberger Exit). Turn left at the light (east) and proceed under the I-25 bridge. Merge right onto Wilcox Street. Travel through downtown Castle Rock and proceed south. From Plum Creek Parkway continue approximately 3 miles on the East Frontage Road. You will pass Medved Autoplex, Crystal Valley Parkway, and Creekside Bible Church. Watch for the left turn lane into Creekside Bible Church but don’t turn yet. Shortly after you pass the church, on your left there will be a round sign with a 4-H clover in the middle that says “The Lowell Ranch at Plum Creek”. From the South – I-25 north to Tomah Road. Exit Tomah Road, turn right (east) and then immediately left (north) onto the East Frontage Road. Travel north approximately 4.3 miles past Columbine Open Space and Bell Mountain Parkway. The driveway is on the right-hand side approximately nine-tenths of a mile after Bell Mountain Parkway. You will see a round sign with a 4-H clover in the middle that says “The Lowell Ranch at Plum Creek”. Turn right onto the gravel drive

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