Monday, April 05, 2010

Spring has arrived, Let the festivities begin!

Spring is a season for new beginnings and we are awfully excited about this upcoming bee season. Our garlic is popping up, arugula sprouts are peeking at the sun and our baby chickies are arriving soon to meet their new flock. It is going to be filled with many new fun and educational events. This year we were asked to host our first honey tasting
and pairing workshop here in our apiary garden by Analiese Palik founder of Fairfield Green Food Guide and your invited! Join us for a Tasting Flight of Seven Artisanal honeys on May 18th. We have invited local producers of breads and cheeses to join us. Look for the listing on the CT Bites web site then follow the link to our web site to RSVP and pre-pay for your spot. This will be a wonderful gathering of community to celebrate artisanal producers and local agriculture.

How Sweet it is: Honey & Cheese

Tuesday, April 13, 2010 at 6:30 am - 8:00 pm
Murray's Cheese
254 Bleecker St.(between 6th & 7th Ave.)
New York, NY 10014 RSVP:212.243.3289
I will be teaming up with Louise Geller mail order manager at Murray's
to pair Red Bee single varietal American
honeys with the finest farmhouse cheeses.
HONEYBEE book signing to follow

A Taste of Westport

Thursday, May 6, 2010 at 6:00-9:00 pm
Come experience our signature honey tasting table
at The Westport Inn, benefiting CLASP Homes, Inc.
To order tickets please call 203.226.7895 ext. 144

This week I am off to sign copies of my book HONEYBEE Lessons from an Accidental Beekeeper for the Orange Blossom Beekeepers Association in Orlando, Florida. I look forward to meeting all the people who make sure our nations honeybees are pollinating our oranges, avocados and litchi nuts.

One last announcement, Nyack, NY will be putting on their 40th Earth Day
celebration. Kicking off this week of festivities is a brunch honoring five local woman of leadership and vision. I was invited to be the keynote speaker for this celebration. Needless to say, I was flattered even to be considered a speaker for an event of this caliber. Other activities include music, crafts, beekeeping education, (I will also present a beekeeping workshop) and even a beekeepers ball. This all begins on April 17th. More info can be found on the events pages of our web site.

Hoping your April is filled with good food and community to share it with.

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