Learn how to ‘Bee the Change’ on Jan. 25
Hawaii Preparatory Academy in Waimea — in partnership with Bee Love Apiaries, The Kohala Center, Kohala Mountain Farm and Slow Food Hawaii — will host a bee education program at the Gates Performing Arts Center from 6-9:30 p.m. on Jan. 25.
The event will include tastings of locally farmed honey, a panel discussion and screening of the award-winning film “Queen of the Sun – What are the Bees Telling Us?”
The public is encouraged to attend “Bee the Change” and learn more about the honeybee. Admission is free, though RSVP is appreciated. Honey and bee products will be available for purchase, in addition to pupus provided by Slow Food Hawaii as a fundraiser. Please email Koh Ming Wei at email@example.com or call 443-9231 to RSVP.
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