Toronto District
Beekeepers' Association
Beekeepers Helping Beekeepers
Since 1911
About

Who we are...

According to an historical invitation found for the "Eleventh Annual Field Day", held at Pettit Apiaries, Georgetown on May 24th, 1922,  shows some tangible evidence that The Toronto Beekeepers’ Association (TBKA), has been around in existence since at least 1911.

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What we do...

We are a group of individuals that have an interest or passion for all things Bees. “Your Local Beekeepers”
are individuals that are simply interested in, or would like to know more about bees. Our members may have none, to one or more hives; or are full time, Commercial Beekeepers, with many hives. We meet monthly from April to November, and for the most part, meetings are held on the first Monday of the month.
For holiday Mondays, the meeting moves to the following Monday.  
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, all face to face meetings have been replaced with online meetings, gatherings
and presentations using ZOOM, until further notice.
Please check out our Calendar for the next Online Event.
All are welcome to connect and participate via ZOOM...

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location

Where are we...

All of our monthly meetings are held at the:
Kortright Centre for Conservation,
9550 Pine Valley Drive,
Woodbridge, Ontario,
L4L 1A6.

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videos

Visual tools...

An assortment of videos from the University of Guelph's Honey Bee Research Centre's collection. These videos provide visual tools and valuable information for beginner, intermediate and experienced beekeepers alike, as well as for individuals looking to expand their knowledge and become better
Honey Bee Stewards.

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Learn, Grow, Believe and Share
All meetings are open to the general public with an interest in bees. Embracing the buzz with all of its possibilities, while may-bee even joining or supporting our dream,
"The World of Bees in Beekeeping".