Happy belated Valentine’s Day!Chokecherry mead is back on the market, and wonderfully sweet/tart.
Our next sale will be at the Greenland Township Building on March 16th, and it is also a luncheon to benefit the County Fair!10-3 pm. Hope to see you there.
Two other bands from the Marquette area will be opening the show.The Door Cats are a trio led by Kerry Yost on vocals and guitar.They weave intricate harmonies and perform original songs written by Yost, as well as classic and contemporary folk/alternative music.Yost is accompanied by Rebecca Rucinski on cello, vocals, and guitar, and Marcella Krupski on vocals and auxiliary percussion.
Doors open at 6:30 PM, and general admission is 5$ per person. Come out and bring a fiend to support these creative artists bringing culture to our area!Hope you can come out and help us “wake up”the House on March 23rd!
As we usher in a new season, we are so grateful for you continued support and well wishes.By attending our events and telling your friends about our products, you are helping the bees. You can check out Melissa’s Etsy site to purchase some art recently listed, and of course visit our usual retail outlets.We’ve added a couple recently:The Marquette Regional History Center andRare Earth Goods, in Ishpeming.
Keep the Hive Alive!!Winter survival continues to be a challenge in our apiary.A considerable investment each year goes into keeping the number of hives up to provide everyone with honey!You can visit our blog and donate to “sponsor a hive”!
Contact us if you are interested in being involved!