January – ONLINE Beekeeping – Prepping Honeybee Colonies for Winter

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January 2021

January – ONLINE Beekeeping – Prepping Honeybee Colonies for Winter

January 24 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Bee Store, 2230 Tacketts Mill Dr., Suite D,
Lake Ridge, 22192 United States
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$20

This will be an online class via GoToWebinar. Login details will be sent via email the day of the event. About this Event Course summary - This class will help the beekeeper understand the steps needed to better prepare the honeybee colony for winter.  Topics include arranging colonies to overwinter, feeding, preparation of winter additions, making fondant, combinations, and late season mite treatments. What: Beekeeping - Prepping colonies for Winter at The Bee Store When: January 24, 2021  - 5:00PM to…

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February 2021

February – ONLINE Introduction to Beekeeping Class at The Bee Store

February 7 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Bee Store, 2230 Tacketts Mill Dr., Suite D,
Lake Ridge, 22192 United States
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Free

This will be an online class via GoToWebinar. Login details will be sent via email the day of the event. About this Event Wanna-be beekeeper? Not sure if beekeeping is for you? Want to know the basics about beekeeping before you dive in? Then have we got the class for you! Welcome to The Bee Store. By beekeepers for beekeepers (and honey lovers), The Bee Store is the number one location in Northern Virginia to learn everything about bees. Who…

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February – ONLINE Beekeeping Class – Anatomy and Colony Dynamics

February 21 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Bee Store, 2230 Tacketts Mill Dr., Suite D,
Lake Ridge, 22192 United States
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$20

This will be an online class via GoToWebinar. Login details will be sent via email the day of the event. About this Event Welcome to Beekeeping 101, the first class in the series! This class will cover honeybee anatomy, colony dynamics, honeybee roles in the hive, setting up your apiary, and a brief history of beekeeping.  Consider this class the foundation from which the series builds upon.   Attendees should bring note-taking materials. What: Beekeeping - Anatomy and colony dynamics at The Bee…

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February – ONLINE Beginning Beekeeping Class – Spring Management

February 28 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Bee Store, 2230 Tacketts Mill Dr., Suite D,
Lake Ridge, 22192 United States
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$25

This will be an online class via GoToWebinar. Login details will be sent via email the day of the event. About this Event Welcome to Beekeeping 105! This class will cover basic hive management for bees that have survived the winter and are ready to thrive in the spring. Key topics will include spring feeding, swarm management, making splits, and early inspections. Who should attend? New beekeepers and those who will become beekeepers. This is primarily focused on beekeepers who have successfully…

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March 2021

March – ONLINE Introduction to Beekeeping Class at The Bee Store

March 7 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Bee Store, 2230 Tacketts Mill Dr., Suite D,
Lake Ridge, 22192 United States
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Free

This will be an online class via GoToWebinar. Login details will be sent via email the day of the event. About this Event Wanna-be beekeeper? Not sure if beekeeping is for you? Want to know the basics about beekeeping before you dive in? Then have we got the class for you! Welcome to The Bee Store. By beekeepers for beekeepers (and honey lovers), The Bee Store is the number one location in Northern Virginia to learn everything about bees. Who…

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March – ONLINE Beginning Beekeeping Class – Spring Management

March 14 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Bee Store, 2230 Tacketts Mill Dr., Suite D,
Lake Ridge, 22192 United States
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$25

This will be an online class via GoToWebinar. Login details will be sent via email the day of the event. About this Event Welcome to Beekeeping 105! This class will cover basic hive management for bees that have survived the winter and are ready to thrive in the spring. Key topics will include spring feeding, swarm management, making splits, and early inspections. Who should attend? New beekeepers and those who will become beekeepers. This is primarily focused on beekeepers who have successfully…

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