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This Sunday 25 September you can catch Flow™ Hive co-inventor Stuart Anderson at the Gold Coast Amateur Beekeepers Society Open Day. Taking place at Mudgeeraba Showground it’s jam-packed with beekeeping and honey activities and it’s looking to be a sweet day.
Stuart’s presentation runs from 1.30-2.15pm and will be followed by a question and answer session. The Gold Coast Amateur Beekeepers Society (GCABS) will be displaying their new club Flow™ Hive, so pop over for look and meet the club.
There is a lucky door prize and auction with great prizes including a mini Flow™ Kit with beekeeping veil, goatskin gloves and hive tool.
Date: Sunday 25 September
Location: Mudgeeraba Showground, Corner Mudgeeraba Road & Worongary Rd, Worongary (Gold Coast M1 exit 75 southbound, exit 77 northbound map) Gold coin admission
8.45am Welcome from the GCABS president
9am & 10.15am Des Cannon - Editor of the Australasian Beekeeper, Australia’s national beekeeping journal.
11.15am Hamish Lamb - Biosecurity
12.10pm Trevor Weatherhead - Australian Honey Bee Industry Council
1.30pm Stuart Anderson - Co-inventor Flow™ Hive
Trade displays, beekeeping merchandise and other goodies. Talks and demonstrations for newbees, beginners, experienced and commercial beekeepers.
This is an ideal time to join a great local beekeeping group if you have not already. Membership with the The Gold Coast Amateur Beekeepers Society helps you to get the most enjoyment out of beekeeping through education and support. They will be taking new members on the day, so check out their registration table for membership forms.
For more information visit:
Gold Coast Amateur Beekeepers Society website
and facebook event
or contact the GBABS direct on: firstname.lastname@example.org.