Red House Honey’s raw, natural, kosher honey will be for sale in Fort Henry’s historic Garrison Store this summer. Thanks to Dana Webster for facilitating this.
Red House Honey is also thrilled to be part of an 8-week session aimed at children and parents aged 7-12 called Live to Learn at MERC Hall in Maitland during April and May.
I will be giving a talk (more of a bee-party, really) which is tentatively titled:
“The Bees Knees: Dancing with Pollinators (part 1)” — and —” Old MacDonald Had a Permaculture Farm (part 2)”
There will be only one class, held on May 23, 2017 at 10 a.m.
During this very active one hour we will be learning fun stuff about bees like how to do the bee dance (telling our fellow bees how to find a pollen stash with just our wings and, um, maybe our bums), finding out what pollinators such as bees really like and really don’t like (bees don’t like RED flowers, believe it or not!) and creating unique drawings of our own permaculture farms, all to the tune of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm!” So if you like to sing, dance, draw and can’t sit still, sign up for this class!
For kids ages 7 to 12. It is appreciated if younger children could be supervised by a parent/caregiver.
There are no additional materials cost; please bring your own markers, crayons or pencil crayons if you can.
Honey, soaps, our unique Bee-Friendly Garden in a Box, and other Red House Honey items will be available for sale. Please try our products! Hope to see you there!
Here is who to contact if you’d like to attend:
BHL Live to Learn
Cranking the Red House Honey extractor
Red House Honey, a natural, kosher-certified apiary on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, near Cardinal, ON. Red House Honey sells natural vegetables and fruits, non-GMO seeds, honey, soaps and tries hard to be free of pesticides and not to use (or to recycle) plastics. Check out what is going on down at the farm: www.redhousehoney.ca, www.facebook.com/artisanalhoney and @redhousehoney06 on Twitter.