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CANCELLED  2020 Regina and District Bee Club Annual General Meeting and Conference.

Out of an abundance of caution and after consulting with the Saskatchewan Health Authority,  the board has chosen to cancel the Regina and District Bee Club AGM and Conference that was scheduled for Saturday March 14, 2020.  The board will monitor the recommendations of public health and endeavor to reschedule the AGM when deemed prudent.  We recognize the disruption this may cause some of our membership but defer to the recommendation of the public health authority during this unprecedented and unforeseen circumstance.

  • Nuc Program 2020 Nuc packages are once again being coordinated by the Regina and District Bee Club for its member ship. What’s a “nuc”?  Formally know as a nucleus colony,   it’s a starter package of bees.  These are great for new beekeepers. You get about 3......

  • The 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held on March 9, 2019. Head on over to the updated Events Page for more information, to register, and to find other upcoming club events!...

  • Need a little help interpreting the bewildering activities in your new hives? Look no further than the brand new Hive Inspection Guide, a handy guide on what to look for in the hive during your regular inspections. Visit the Knowledge page, or click here to......

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  • Join us on June 9, 2018 for our annual Field Day. This year’s theme will be Mead making, with demonstration at two stages (mixing and racking) followed by lunch Location: Yens’ Yard Free on-street parking Limit 40 people total $17.50 per person – maximum one guest......

  • This course is intended for those who have previously kept honeybees. Lessons will primarily occur in the classroom, but weather permitting, a few lessons will take place at a local apiary. Topics include: honeybee biology, identifying diseases, integrated pest management, preventing swarms, re-queening, splitting, introduction......

  • The Regina Bee Club, along with the Saskatchewan Beekeepers’ Development Commission and Ministry of Agriculture are pleased to offer the 7th Annual – 2 day Beginning Beekeepers Course near Regina. Come and enjoy this two day course which enables participants to experience both theory and practical field......

  • BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS! This course will cover all matters to inform a person who is trying to decide whether to get into keeping honeybees. It will also provide some basic information for a person who is starting with bees this year, although it will......

  • Learn how to properly wrap your hives for winter in this ReginaBeeTV video from Louise Yates!...

  • Candles at the Queen City: Candle Making Seminar When: Sunday, February 4 from 10 AM to 4 PM Where: Iron Worker Hall, 1138 Dewdney Avenue, Regina Presenter: Dr. F. Barry Brown, Owner/Operator Bar2Bee Honey Ranch LTD. Roberta Wells, Bar2Bee, will assist in demonstration and troubleshooting.......