2016 Schedule

Here’s an overview of the Honey Festival by  location.  Each venue has a detailed schedule listed via the links to the right!

Friday, September 9th
Glen Foerd on the Delaware, Grant Avenue and Milnor Street, Philadelphia PA  19114
HONEY HAPPY HOUR!  6-9 pm; suggested donation $10 adult, $5 under 21.
Kick-off the 2016 Honey Fest at this beautiful historic venue.  Inside the mansion, children will be engaged in crafts and activities, while lawn games and beekeeping demonstrations occur along the riverside.  Inside the event structure, honey-based appetizers and beer are sure to please your palate.  A bee-beard tops off the evening.

Venue coordinator:  Erica Freeman  info@glenfoerd.org 215-632-5330

Saturday, September 10th
Wyck Historic House, Garden, Farm, 6026 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144
10am – 4pm: The festivities continue at Wyck on Saturday, with the featured “Mead Event” on site in the Rose Garden.  Home brewers are treated to a professional critique of their honey based beverages free of charge, courtesy of The Colony meadery of Allentown.  As always, a variety of activities celebrate our important agricultural partner, the honey bee!  This always-popular event includes honey tastings, extractions, presentations, bee-themed children’s activities, and the grand finale:  bee-bearding!! Venue Coordinator:  honeyfest@wyck.org   215-848-1690

Venue Coordinator:  honeyfest@wyck.org   215-848-1690

Sunday, September 11th
Bartram’s Garden, 5400 Lindbergh Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19143
10am – 4pm: Honey Fest wraps up at Bartram’s Garden, where visitors are welcome throughout the day for beekeeping demonstrations, honey extractions, Children’s Bee Carnival and Parade, our third annual Honey Cooking Contest, as well as Native Plant Sale, Marketplace, and History and Garden tours.Venue Coordinator:  Leslie Gale  lgale@bartramsgarden.org   215-729-5281

Venue Coordinator:  Leslie Gale  lgale@bartramsgarden.org   215-729-5281

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