2018 Beginner beekeeping course

There is an endless list of references for beginner and advanced beekeepers. So the saying goes, ask 5 beekeepers a question and you'll get 7 answers. Here's a place to get you started.

- Marla Spivak  -

Every backyard beekeeper needs a place to start and a place to keep going. View our list of resources including books, supplies, videos, and more.

"I am fascinated by the interactions between bees.

I am fascinated by the interactions between beekeepers."

Online registration has expired. Please send an email to info@bucksbeekeepers.com and bring your $100 registration (cash or check) to the next meeting.
Beginner Beekeeping Course Next Meeting: Tuesday, May 22nd at 6pm in Forest Grove

News

Our 2018 Beginner Beekeeping Course was a great success!!

Thank you so much to our wonderful speakers: Jim Bobb, Vince Aloyo, and Scott Guiser.

Also thank you to the BCBA Executive Board for all their efforts in making the course so great.

We look forward to seeing all the attendees at the BCBA General Meetings as they start their beekeeping adventure!

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THIS SUNDAY

OPEN HIVE DEMO

Weather Pending

Join us at the Teaching Hives atJackson Pond

Sunday, June 10 at noon

Check back here for updates to be sure we will be there (weather related cancellations may occur)!

Upcoming Meetings

GENERAL MEETING:  ANNUAL PICNIC!

Tuesday, June 12  |   6:30pm  |  Doylestown Central Park


Please RSVP by clicking here.

Who: anyone from BCBA and their friends and family

—please RSVP or send us an email letting us know how many will be attending!

RSVP: BCBA provides burgers, hot dogs, and drinks. We ask members to RSVP so we know how much to get. Let us know by clicking here or via email how many people including yourself will be attending.
Something to Share: Bring some food to share! You're welcome to bring anything but we ask that members with last name A-M should bring a Side Dish and members with last name N-Z bring a Dessert.
Donate for the Auction: one of our fun traditions is an auction with items donated from members. This is a great way to share something bee-themed (or not) related items and earn some money for the club! In years past members have donated (and we have subsequently auctioned) bottles of wine, plants, framed bee photos and memorabilia, beeswax candles, beekeeping supplies, and much more! Think ahead for what you might donate and don't forget to bring some money in case there is something you would like to bid on!









Upcoming Events


June 12--Annual Picnic




For a healthy alternative, try cooking and baking with honey! There are many recipes and substitutions available to test out in your kitchen.