Our Club Meets Monthly September -June
The Second Thursday
Location> CASEE Center
11104 NE 149th Street
Brush Prairie WA. 98606
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The CCBA is dedicated to the preservation and propagation of apiculture. CCBA meets to promote information and education primarily
to hobby beekeepers and to the general public. It will provide information and support to members interested in developing and maintaining
honey bee colonies, both linking experienced members as mentors to beginers and by offering educational programs, workshops, beekeeping
classes at monthly meetings.
$ 20 per family per year
info needed for new members are your name ,Mailing Address, phone # , email to recieve information and Club happenings.
You can send your dues to the Club
PO Box 144
Brush Prairie WA 98606
The Club will have Classes on Subjects of Beekeeping and The General meetings will discuss
Beekeeping and Have Special Speakers through out the year . The club also hosts field Days
in Bee yards around Clark County Washington , a yearly Swap meet , and Club members
Set up and Run the Educational Bee Barn at the Clark County Fair to get the word out about the
importance of the Honey Bee .
January 8, 2015
6pm > Class > Bees , Nuc, Packages , cost , installing , feeding and building up the colony
Instructor > Howard Scott
7pm > General Meeting > true wood product order, Mann Lake orders , getting your equipment built and bee
yard sites for the upcoming season.
January 31 , 2015 Special Event This Event Is Now Full
Michael Bush " The Practical Beekeeper" Treatment-free Beekeeping . Great Class for Experienced
Beekeepers . This Will be an All Day Event 10 am- 4pm with a break for lunch( Bring lunch)
Location : Casee Center , 11104 NE 149th Street , Brush Prairie WA. 98606
$ 20 to non members .
Space is limited Please RSVP to CCBA and follow instructions via email.
February 12, 2015
6pm > Class >more on Building up the new Colony and Hive management, Swarming
7pm> General Meeting > Equipment Orders and upcoming Club Swap meet
March 2 2015 Special Event
6pm - 9pm An Evening Talk By Sue Cobey
RSVP Event $ 5 for Non Members .
March 12, 2015
6pm> Class > Beekeeping Overview Q & A evening
7pm > General Meeting
April 9, 2015
6pm > Class> More on Spring Hive management & what is going on in the hive
7pm > General Meeting > Guest Speaker Dewey Caron
April > Starting the First weekend in April we will have Deans Field days . Going out into a commercial beeyard and getting alot of hands on.
May 14, 2015
6pm > Class> Getting your hive ready for the honey flow , supers , queen excluders etc.
7pm> General Meeting
May > More Deans field Days a must for any beekeeper wanting to get more hands on experience.
June 11, 2015
6pm > Class> Basics on pulling honey and Fall management
7pm > General Meeting
Month of June > Tour De Bee > Visit all different types of bee yards of Club members and see what they are doing.
July NO Classes or Meeting> Club will be getting the Bee Barn ready at the Clark County Fairgrounds to get the word out to the public
about the importance of honey bees and pollenators . It is recomended that all new members try to do a 4 hour shift at the bee barn not only is
it very educational for the new beekeeper but you get to visit with other beekeepers also.
Sunday before the Fair starts is the Bee Barn Picnic
August NO Classes or Meeting > Clark County Fair and Pulling honey , checking hives and extracting time