Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Save the Date!: All Soul's Day (November 2) at Moberly with A Beekeeper and a Beespeaker
Photo by Madame Beespeaker: Gaillardia blossoms in a water dish for bees with shells, stones, moss and twigs for the insects to alight upon.
All Soul's Day with a Beekeeper and a Beespeaker
at Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre
Sunday Nov. 2 @ 2:30 pm to 4 pm.
Where: Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre
7646 Prince Albert Street, (one block east of 60th and Fraser)
Join us at the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre Community for a special afternoon with Master Beekeeper Brian Campbell who is customizing new seed mixes of local wildflowers for bees. Brian will talk about his latest work and give us his special tips on how to germinate wildflower seeds.
Lori Weidenhammer aka Madame Beespeaker will talk about Telling the Bees, reviving a tradition of making messages for the bees and informing them of important events such as a death in the community. Participants will be provided with materials to make their own messages for the bees to take home or install in the meditation garden at Moberly.
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Thursday, October 9, 2014
A New Bee Garden in North Vancouver
Here's a beautiful video to watch over the winter months for those of us who take pleasure in seeing the bees work the flowers. This is a new bee garden in North Vancouver near Edgemont Village created by the Bee Friendly folks and their partners.
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