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Encaustic (Beeswax) Art Exhibit Tour & Wild Bees of BC Talk

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September 24, 2019

Location: Okanagan Wine & Orchard Museum
Address: 1304 Ellis Street
Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
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2019-09-24 16:00:00 2019-09-24 17:00:00 America/Vancouver Encaustic (Beeswax) Art Exhibit Tour & Wild Bees of BC Talk Did you know that BC is Canada’s hotspot for wild bee diversity, with more than 50% of all the native bees found in Canada? Join Encaustic Bee Artist Kelly Maier on a tour of her show featuring “Bumble Bee Colony in Springtime” and larger-than-life encaustic portraits of wild bees. Join the discussion as we learn how to identify wild bees, what factors are affecting the species, and what you can do to be a part of the growing community of people working to make a difference. Leave with resources to help you identify wild bees, recognize wild bee-loving plants, have a visual guide to bumble bees and a new checklist of the 25 bumble bees found in the Okanagan. This tour and talk is free, so invite all your bee-loving friends. For more information, please contact: Jen at 250.868.4836 education@kelownamuseums.ca Okanagan Wine & Orchard Museum 1304 Ellis Street events@kelownanow.com
Did you know that BC is Canada’s hotspot for wild bee diversity, with more than 50% of all the native bees found in Canada? Join Encaustic Bee Artist Kelly Maier on a tour of her show featuring “Bumble Bee Colony in Springtime” and larger-than-life encaustic portraits of wild bees.
Join the discussion as we learn how to identify wild bees, what factors are affecting the species, and what you can do to be a part of the growing community of people working to make a difference.
Leave with resources to help you identify wild bees, recognize wild bee-loving plants, have a visual guide to bumble bees and a new checklist of the 25 bumble bees found in the Okanagan.

This tour and talk is free, so invite all your bee-loving friends.

For more information, please contact:
Jen at 250.868.4836
education@kelownamuseums.ca



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