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The Southeast Beekeeping Club (SEBC) hosts a monthly meeting on the first Wednesday of each month, at South Metro Fire Station 43, 8165 North Pinery Parkway, Parker, Colorado 80134. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m., however you are encouraged to join us for the pot luck that starts at 6:00 p.m.

Members of SEBC have spoken at farmer's markets, elementary and middle schools, garden clubs, and other community groups along the Colorado Front Range. If you are interested in having a beekeeper speak for your group, feel free to contact us:

Parker Honey Festival
The annual Town of Parker Honey Festival is buzzing its way back for another BEE-utiful event in 2019. This year will be the 12th Anniversary of the festival. Southeast Beekeeping Club will have at least one booth at the festival. Each year we meet many new and wanna-bee beekeepers at this event.

Town of Parker Honey Festival
Sunday, August TBA, 2019
O'Brien Park - 10795 Victorian Drive

We will talk about this event as it grows closer on the calendar. Volunteering at the festival is always a great time. ###

The Southeast Beekeeping Club (SEBC) hosts a monthly meeting on the first Wednesday of each month:

South Metro Fire Station 43
8165 North Pinery Parkway
Parker, Colorado 80134

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The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m., however you are encouraged to join us for the pot luck that starts at 6:00 p.m.
        Next SEBC Meeting: February 6 2019

By now the Holidays are behind us, winter is in full swing and our bees are snuggled into cluster to keep warm against all the recent snow and cold we have had.

Out next meeting is Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at Firehouse #43 on North Pinery Parkway in the Pinery in Parker.

As always, pot luck starts at 6pm, we will start the meeting at 6:30 p.m. with about 15 minutes on introductions and club business, a 15 minute report on recent bee activities including the American Beekeepers Federation meeting, the National Stock Show Beekeeping booth and the Elizabeth, Colorado Big R beekeeping class.

Around 7:00 p.m. we will have a 20 minute presentation on winter bee care. Then we will have a 20 minute break for eating and social time. We will reconvene and have 20 - 30 minutes of your Q&A.

Hope everyone can attend!

See you Wednesday, February 6, 2018.

September was an important meeting; we held a club election. We have a new club president, along with a few changes to the board of directors. Make sure you congratulate the voluteers who make all the magic happen.

We always enjoy having David Baker speak at our meetings. David spoke on mite control in August. His time and knowledge are deeply appreciated.

A big thank you to Luan Akin, Garden Ambassador of Tagawa Garden Center. Luan brought examples of hardy, bee friendly, beeeautiful perennials to our June meeting. As usual, this was a very popular presentation.

We appreciate Average Joe's many talents! Our guest speaker was Average Joe Komperda, at the April meeting. Joe's topic was Early Bees. If you missed it, you missed hanging out with the cool kids.

Thank you very much Laura and Steve Benson for sharing the details of a new hive setup at the Wednesday, February 7, 2018 meeting, shared fun details about a new hive setup. The Bensons are well known for their honey production and are a wealth of knowledge on beekeeping.

We want to thank our guest speaker Don Studinski, at Southeast Beekeeping Club's December 6th meeting. Don is the author of Beekeeping Mentor In A Book. His topic of choice was Where Honey Bees Come From.

Don was a very fun knowledgeable speaker. We enjoyed his presentation. A special thank you to those who put a little extra in the bee-can to cover Don's speaking fee.

It was delightful once again to have the Ross Family perform at the SEBC December meeting. The are a great talent.

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