“Bee” A Beekeeper For A Day! – Beekeeping Workshop


This one of a kind farm tour experience that gives you the chance to be part of our apiary. Step into the role of a beekeeper for the day.



“Bee” A Beekeeper For A Day! – Beekeeping Workshop

We are excited to be offering this one of a kind farm tour experience that gives you the chance to be part of our apiary. This experience allows you to step into the role of a beekeeper for the day.

Spend time with us at Humber Honey where you’ll learn all about honey bees, be able to crack open a hive with our very own beekeeper, and more. The workshops will be broken up into two parts:

Beekeeping 101:

We’ll discuss honeybee history, the structure of the hive, and how bees collect honey. This will be a way for you to get your bee basics down pat. When you peek into the hives, you’ll be a pro.

Hands-On Hive:

You’ll head into the apiary with Brian Burgener. Brian is the owner of Humber Honey and our Head Beekeeper – he can talk for hours about bees so get ready! He’ll take you on a unique tour giving you hands-on experience in the hive.

Each visit to the hive will be specific to the season and that day.

All are welcome to join us! You’ll come away with some amazing bee knowledge and a one of a kind experience!

The honey we will will taste directly from the hive is unheated, unpasteurized and unprocessed.

Notable Items:

• Wear closed-toe shoes, long pants, and long sleeves, light coloured clothing

• In order to keep this beekeeping workshop as informational and personal as possible, we are limiting the number of people in each group to 6

• We recommend bringing a water bottle, as it can get very hot out in the sun.

• Avoid wearing colognes, perfumes, or sunscreen and hair is best tied back!

Because this beekeeping workshop will be a hands-on experience we do not recommend this for children 13 and younger.

Please keep in mind this is an active apiary and you will be expected to dress and behave accordingly. Each guest will also be required to sign a waiver.

Beekeeping workshops will typically be held on Saturday or Sundays but can be arranged during the week between 16:00 and 20:00 (Depending on daylight and weather) by appointment only. The Bee Season runs between Mid May – End of August.

Additional information


Providence Hill Farm – Nobleton


Sunday June 23, 2024 at 11:00


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