A few of our bee yards in December.
Sunday, December 6, 2015
Kudos to Kerri Deuel and all those responsible for putting together one heck of a nice
Holiday Bazaar at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton this weekend! I don't know
how the event could have been any better.
From the superb organization, a terrific selection of vendors offering quality merchandise, low level
background music, and enthusiastic community support the bazaar is one not
to be missed! Add a December day full of sunshine and temperatures in the 50's
and it was the formula for perfection.
Our table offering our beeswax candles, propolis tincture, our soap and lip balms, honey straws,
homemade wooden candle holders, and our full line of Local Long Island Honey including wildflower, creamed wildflower, cinnamon creamed wildflower and
a varietal Local Long Island Locust Honey.
Holly Browder from Browder's Birds in Mattituck offering their Heritage
Coltswold Wool Collection along with their signature Organic chicken eggs,
duck eggs, to die for quiches, a large selection of in-house created chicken and meat rubs,
and, well...their whole line of quality products.
Sharp Hamptons Sharpening with the best wood cutting block conditioner
on earth! ( Our beeswax is one of the ingredients!)
Fellow beekeepers from Red Truck Apiary in Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor
offering their great tasting honey and bee related items.
You get the jist, I'm sure. Something for everyone. Should be on
a "Best of Long Island" list for fairs!
Posted by Tom's Honey Bees at 7:42 AM