**Hive House talk at Finlandia University. For details see the following:
BEE COMMUNITY event to be hosted November 13
The Servant Leadership House’s BEE AWARE campaign is continuing on Friday, November 13 with BEE COMMUNITY, a bee extravaganza from 3 to 6 p.m. at Finnish American Heritage Center.
The event is free and open to the public with vendors, activities, speakers, refreshments and live music.
Below is a full schedule:
3 p.m. Bee Talks - Enlightening short talks by area bee keepers and bee enthusiasts
“Lessons from the Hive” - Melissa Hronkin, Algomah Acres beekeeper, talks about lessons from bee behavior that can inform the way we think about human community.
“Hive House” – Joel Lantz from Marquette will talk about the small house with bee hives built in that he constructed that is used for apitherapy, bee advocacy, and the practice of hobby beekeeping.
“Supporting the Bees” – Les McBean of White Birch Apiary will talk about hobby bee-keeping.
4 p.m. Vendors & Activities – Events for kids and adults
5 p.m. Live Music by Mud Creek Ramblers
This event is one of many the Servant Leadership House will be putting on this year. This year’s residents include Chelsea Blanck, Katie Cherney, Kathleen Cican, Miranda Conroy, Gina Geliche and Shelby Winter.
Contact Servant Leadership House Director René Johnson at(906) 487-7558 with any questions.