Regina and District Bee Club



Events 2018

beginnersThe 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 experience. Instructors include the Saskatchewan Beekeepers’ Association, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture staff and experienced beekeepers from the Regina Bee & District Bee Club. Every one of all experience levels are welcome.  Click here for complete course description.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 January 2018 15:20
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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 not have the same depth as the Beginner Beekeeper Course in May. (This course is to help you decide IF you want to keep bees and to assist you with making some prelimary decisions.  The full 2 day weekend course in May is designed to teach you HOW to keep bees). 

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 February 2018 19:28
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agm_smThe Regina and District Bee Club will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Saturday March 10, 2018 at the Travellodge Hotel, 4177 Albert Street South, Regina, SK. [Google Map here]
Last Updated on Monday, 29 January 2018 12:56
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The University of Regina Lifelong Learning Centre is offering an intermediate level course on beekeeping.  Students will experience hands-on, in-the-field instruction (weather permitting) and invaluable information to move them from bee-having to bee-keeping.  Taught by 5th generation beekeeper, Andrew Hamilton, students are sure to benefit from Andrew's years of experience and insight. 

While this class will be taught at an intermediate level, even beginning beekeepers will benefit from the course content and experience (however, some experience with honeybees is expected).

  • honeybee biology
  • identifying diseases
  • integrated pest management
  • preventing swarms
  • re-queening
  • splitting
  • introduction to queen rearing
  • record keeping
  • legal matters
Dates: every Monday  Sep. 18 to Nov. 20, except: Oct. 9 and Nov. 13
Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm (classes at Hamilton Apiaries may have different times to match daylight hours)
Location: U of R Adult Learning location (off-campus) at 2161 Scarth Street and at Hamilton Apiaries
Cost: $125 register online at
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 August 2017 11:00
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This course taught by a Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region public health inspector is the requisite course to be able to process and sell food as a "Home Food Processor" under The Food Safety Regulations.  The course will causes of foodborne illness, food handler hygiene, microbes, food safety plans, food storage, food preparation, serving food, and sanitation. 

Attendees will receive the FoodSafe Level 1 Book and must pass a written exam at the end to get their certificate.  If you would like to attend, please print out the Registration Form and mail it with your payment to the address on the form, or register online.

Dates: Saturday June 10, 2017.
Lunch: Bring your own.
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: to be determined

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 16:20