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Calendar of Events and Classes

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These are classes and events that might be of interest to Bay Area Makers

 

Bee Keeping Classes in the Bay Area. It's spring time and if you're intrested in getting into beekeeping, now is the time of year to start. All the associations and businesses below offer classes: 

San Francisco, CA

  • San Francisco Bee Keepers Association

http://www.sfbee.org/Welcome.html

  • Her Majesty's Secret Bee Keeper

http://www.hmsbeekeeper.com/HMSB/Welcome.html

  • Green Gulch Farm & Zen Center

http://www.sfzc.org

East Bay 

  • Alameda County Beekeepers Assn

http://alamedabees.org/

South Bay

 

  • Beekeepers Guild of San Mateo County

http://www.sanmateobee.org

  • Santa Cleara Bee Keepers Guild

http://www.beeguild.org/

North Bay

  • BeeKind, Sebastopol

http://www.beekind.com

 

Learn how to work your telescope - New Telescope Owner Clinics - Free

Star parties have long been a great place to socialize with more experienced amateur astronomers, and get some tips about the night sky. But twilight and dark are not the best times to tinker with and get familiar with a new telescope.

SFAA and the Sidewalk Astronomers are inviting new (and "new again") telescope owners to take advantage of their collective expertise on a one-on-one basis at the monthly City Star Party, held at Land's End and at the Randall Museum in San Francisco.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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