2014 Previews & Epilogue

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Honey Festival Previews are promotional in nature.   Previews involve a) a honey tasting b) live bees in an observation hive and c) shameless promotions of the coming Honey Festival

We like to partner with pubs whose patrons would not necessarily be attuned to the importance of the honey bee but would otherwise be completely accepting of the animal in their lives.   In these cases we encourage the pubs to offer a honey based beer or cocktail, in the spirit of the event.

We also appear at our donors’ and sponsors’ sites and will entertain other serious inquiries to hold previews in order to reach audiences that may not already be part of our targeted marketing.

2014 Previews:

15 Aug 2014 from 7 – 8 pm Phillly Home Brew Club at Philly Homebrew Outlet (American Street)

26 Aug 2014 from 5 – 8 pm Earth Bread + Brewery (Germantown Ave.) “Bees at the Bar”

26 Aug 2014 from 8 – 10 pm McMenamin’s (Germantown Ave.) features Dogfish Head’s Theobroma — brewed with cocoa, honey, chilies, and annatto

28 Aug 2014 from 5 – 7 pm Whole Foods Market, Callowhill St.

28 Aug 2014 from 7 – 9 pm at the Ukie Club (23rd and Brown) “Bees at the Bar”

31 Aug 2014 from 7 pm – ? at Tatooed Mom (South St.) “Bees at the Bar” features Honey Amor, an original cocktail

04 Sep 2014 from 5 – 7 pm Whole Foods Market, South St.

2014 Epilogue:

More Than Honey an excellent documentary on the practice of migratory beekeeping (pollination services).  To be shown Sunday September 7, 2014, 2-4:30 pm at Congregation Kol Ami,  8201 High School Road Elkins Park, PA 19027.  For questions and reservations call Jane at 215-901-8730.

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