Events Calendar / August 02, 2019
Kelly Cashman is passionate about saving the bees. She became interested in bees after visiting a friend's rooftop hive in Brooklyn. Beekeeping is a hobby that requires concentration, passion, education, and a hearty supply of calamine lotion. Kelly will explain the societal makeup of the hive and the problems honeybees are currently facing. Learn what to do if you find a honeybee swarm and some natural sting remedies. She will also teach you the quick and dirty way to harvest honey. Join us for a fun, informative talk! You will have the opportunity to sample honey from her 2018 harvest.
About Kelly Cashman:
Kelly started Stay Golden Honey and Hive in Worcester, MA the spring of 2015. She began keeping bees to manage stress and help the declining honeybee population. She believes in using education to de-stigmatize our stinging friends. Kelly only harvests honey if there is an excess, assuring the bees have enough honey to make it through our tough New England winters.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 1:00-2:00pm (Note: On Friday, August 16, lunch will be held in the Costin Room; please enter the Costin Room door, on the Lexington St. side.)
Framingham Public Library will be offering free lunch three days a week this summer to children between the ages of 5 and 18. Drop by, eat, and pick up some summer reading while you’re here.
Lunch available for individuals 5-18 years old