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Bees in the City-- 20th Anniversary

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Christ Church Deer Park (Anglican)

1570 Yonge Street

Toronto, ON M4T 1Z8

Canada

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Learn all about urban beekeeping from experienced experts For info re bursaries and for students and 60+ contact nbardecki@hotmail.com

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Registrations begin at 9:00 am and sessions begin at 9:30.

The day includes plenary sessions as well as several smaller concurrent workshops. These sessions will be led by professional bee experts and experienced Collective members. Topics include the bee life cycle, apiary management and apitherapy. You will hear about the nutritional value of honey, enjoy tasting a variety of honeys and learn about using honey in your cooking.

Vendors will be on site selling a large variety of bee themed merchandise and products from the hive.

Morning and afternoon snacks as well as a delicious lunch with a variety of food options are included in your ticket.

There is a special rate of $40 for students and those 60+. Bursaries are also available for people who are interested in beekeeping but cannot afford a ticket. To inquire about bursaries or to order a 60+/ student tickets, contact Nancy at nbardecki@hotmail.com

At the end of the day, there will be a draw for many bee themed items. You will receive one draw ticket with your registration and additional tickets can be purchased--$2 per ticket or 3 tickets for $5. Draw ticket holders have to be present to win, but you can have a friend hold your tickets if you need to get away early.

IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIAL NEEDS, PLEASE LET US KNOW AT nbardecki@hotmail.com and we will do our best to make accommodations

Bees in the City: Better Urban Beekeeping

Agenda for March 7, 2020

9:00 Registration and networking

9:30 Introduction

9:45 Keynote:

Rewilding Toronto for Pollinators: Professor Clement Kent, PhD, York University Department of Biology

10:30 Bio break

10:45 Panel:

Saving the bees from the inside out: bee physiology, the bee gut biome, and being better beekeepers: Clement Kent, Dan Douma and Stephen Humphrey

11:30 Split session:

A: Bee life cycle and roles in the hive: Allan

B: The hive as super-intelligence and queen rearing: Luc

12:15 Bee Trivia: What you don’t know about bees! Nicki

12:25 Meet our vendors! Sophie

12:30 Lunch and networking

1:30 Split session:

A: Remedies FROM the hive: Oliver and Maria

B: Remedies FOR the hive: Luc

2:00 Split session:

A: Workshop — infusions, lip balm to take home! Nancy and Oliver

B: Bee catching: Robin and Kerry

2:45 Bio break

3:00 Joint session:

Bee communication: Dan

3:45 Raffle!! And closing remarks

Raffle: Sophie Closing Remarks: Co-chairs

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Christ Church Deer Park (Anglican)

1570 Yonge Street

Toronto, ON M4T 1Z8

Canada

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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