(Photo by Ross Brown)
From my friend Tim at Borough Bees:
” Back to my regularly scheduled programming, I will be hosting a FREE Public Hive Inspection at the Added Value Community Farm in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Hint: It’s across the street from IKEA. Getchu some meatballs in your face and getchu some bees in your hands. It’s what we call a win-win situation in my business.
This week’s inspection is going to be particularly exciting. If you read Part One of Queenright in Red Hook and would like to skip ahead and see the (hopefully) awesome conclusion of the saga, COME OUT TO RED HOOK on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th. I won’t know the ending either, so I’m SUPER EXCITED to find out!
I’ll be there bright and early, rip-roarin’ to go, and I’ll start the talk and demo at 11AM or SOON THEREAFTER. Be on time! Get there early! Get your hands dirty on the farm! The demo will take place during open volunteer hours, so stick around afterwards! YES!
P.S. DID I MENTION THAT IT’S FREE!?
It’s all going down at the Added Value Red Hook Community Farm, located at 3-49 Halleck St, Brooklyn, 11231, and I’ll be starting the inspection at 11AM.
To get there by Subway:
A/C/F train to Jay Street/Borough Hall. Exit the station and walk west to Boerum Place and Joralemon Street. Take the B61 bus going towards Red Hook. Exit the bus at the IKEA store, and the farm is across the street.
R to 4th Ave/9th St. Take the B61 bus going towards Red Hook/IKEA on 9th st. Exit the bus at the IKEA store, and the farm is across the street.”
Get up close and personal with some stingy bugs before the end of the season! You’ll love it or my name isn’t Meg Paska…