Our objective is to promote the art and skills of beekeeping in Indiana and throughout the world.  By doing so, we preserve and improve the general environment in which we live, assist in providing better crop yield,  provide high quality honey, and we do our part to preserve bees.

Announcements

Meetings may be cancelled based on current COVID conditions. Updates will be posted here. Mask requirements could change.

National Weather Service Link to check the Weather Advisory Status:

https://forecast.weather.gov

Next Meeting:

March 17th, 2022 (Thursday)

  • Dr. Irene Newton, Indiana University

7:00 - Classic Cafe, 4832 Hillegas Rd. Fort Wayne

6:30pm - Parking Lot Trunk Sale

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Intermediate Beekeeping School            

Saturday March 12, 2022, 8 AM to 4 PM

Classic Café

4832 Hillegas Road

Fort Wayne IN 46818

 COST  $50.00

  

Registration deadline is March 8 .  

For more information or registration contact:

                 Mike Miller    (260)467-0640                                 

            E-mail:  Beeman41747@G-mail.com

 

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March 17th, 2022  (Thursday)

  • Dr. Irene Newton, Indiana University

7:00 - Classic Cafe, 4832 Hillegas Rd. Fort Wayne

6:30pm - Parking Lot Trunk Sale

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Beginner’s Beekeeping School

Saturday March 19, 2022, 8 AM to 4 PM

 Classic Café

4832 Hillegas Road

Fort Wayne IN 46818

Call 260-728-2613 to register.  

Payment is due by March 12.   Class size is limited. 

COST $145.00

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April 21st, 2022 (Thursday)

7:00 - Classic Cafe, 4832 Hillegas Rd. Fort Wayne

6:30pm - Parking Lot Trunk Sale

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May 21st - Additional Info Coming.

May Field Day, at Wheeler's Bees

7224 E 900 N, Ossian, IN 46777

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Save the date!  June 28 - July 1st

 

 

Heartland Apicultural Society’s Annual Conference.

 The HAS2022 conference  will be held in the heart of the heartland in Evansville, IN at the University of Southern Indiana Conference Center. In the heart of the heartland! The conference dates are June 28 through July 1.

Featured speakers include Dr. Michael Smith – Auburn UniversityDr. Brock Harpur – Purdue University, and Randy Oliver! Over a dozen other presenters are also listed on the conference webpage.

 

https://www.heartlandbees.org/

To get updated conference details, such as the complete list of speakers, program agenda, registration information, hotel arrangements, vendors – and more – as new information becomes available. We’re looking forward a fantastic event!

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June 16th, 2022 (Thursday)

7:00 - Classic Cafe, 4832 Hillegas Rd. Fort Wayne

6:30pm - Parking Lot Trunk Sale

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September 15th, 2022 (Thursday)

7:00 - Classic Cafe, 4832 Hillegas Rd. Fort Wayne

6:30pm - Parking Lot Trunk Sale

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October 20th, 2022 (Thursday)

7:00 - Classic Cafe, 4832 Hillegas Rd. Fort Wayne

6:30pm - Parking Lot Trunk Sale

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November 17th, 2022 (Thursday)

Harvest Banquet

6:00pm - Classic Cafe, 4832 Hillegas Rd.

      

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Guidelines for all Meetings
1.)  If you have been in contact with anyone who has been exposed to COVID-19, please do not attend.
2.)  If you are feeling ill or have a fever, please do not attend.
3.)  Comply with local, state, and federal guidelines.
4.) It should be noted that this schedule can change along with speakers & subjects.

All meetings, except Field Day in May, will be held at the Classic Café 

Next Meeting
News

Home and Garden Show

March 3-7, 2022  

Allen County Coliseum

  • Set up on Wednesday the 2nd 

  • Parking $8

Need Volunteers - Contact  

  • Terri Fuller O'Brien

NEIBA Services

Swarm Removal
Bee Mentoring
Suppliers

We provide volunteer beekeepers to remove swarms of honeybees in our community. Call Rick Stephens (260) 610-1040 if you need assistance.

For the new beekeeper, or just an extra set of hands and eyes for troubleshooting, we have a list of seasoned apiarists ready to answer any questions.

We have lists of local and national suppliers for all of your beekeeping needs.  Be sure to check out other additional resources to find out more about honeybees.