Calendar of Events


From time to time, the Thunder Bay Beekeepers' Association participates in events of interest to Beekeepers.

Here is a list of upcoming events in the area:

Biosecurity Workshop

Saturday, March 24thLocation: TBA
On behalf of, and thanks to, Ontario Soil and Crop, and OMFRA, we are proud to announce a Biosecurity Workshop for beekeepers in Thunder Bay March 24th. All beekeepers are welcome to register by logging in and signing up for this workshop at

March 24-26th
Soil & Crop Association - Spring Farm Conference (static display)

Saturday, March 29th
Gillies Community Centre - Seed Swap & Social

Friday, April 10th
Spring Home and Garden Show in the Cardinal Room

Sunday, April 26th
Gillies Community Centre - Small Animal Husbandry
Theme of program: Is Beekeeping for me? (A beginner's perspective)

May 30th
Day of the Honeybee at the Market

September 3th - 4th:
Join us at the Hymers Fall Fair! Consider participating in the Triple Crown competition. See page 30 of the Prize List on the Hymers Fall Fair website.

Regular meetings in 2018:

An opportunity to get together with other beekeepers in our area! Find out what others are doing in their bee yards that might work for you. Got questions – come out and get answers!
Join us at 6:30 for social time in the main hall. Legion kitchen & bar are open!
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. with educational/chat component about 7:30

January 9th
Regular meeting.

March 13th
The Annual meeting and election of officers.

Tuesday, May 8th
Regular meeting.

July Workshop
Date: TBA

Tuesday, September 11th
Regular meeting.

Tuesday, November 13th
The meeting will include discussion about this year's experiences in the bee yard and anything of interest to you!

Educational discussion

Join Dr. Heather Mattila for a discussion on
why do well-mated queens produce the busiest bees?
Monday, December 17th Kakabeka Legion
7 – 8:30 p.m.

Map to the Kakabeka Legion

Map to the Kakabeka Legion

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