Lower Mainland Bee Clubs

Find all the info you need on becoming part of a bee club.
Most clubs have a small fee to join, about $20 a year.  The perks include; monthly meetings, amazing speakers, a community of beekeepers to talk with, some clubs even have free extractor rentals, not bad for $20 a year!
You can also join the Urban Bee Supplies Beekeeping Community on Facebook by following the below link:

Burnaby Bee Club
Meeting Dates: 2nd Monday of each month
Meeting Location: 5234 Rumble Street,
Contact: jbobic@telus.net

Chilliwack Bee Club
Meeting Dates:Once a month meetups in a variety of settings (coffee shops, lecture nights, field days)
Meeting Location: Email contact for monthly meeting updates and details.
Contact: Laura Cameron

Langley Bee Club
Meeting dates: 1st Tuesday of each month (excluding June-August)
Meeting Location:
St. Andrews Church Hall
20955 Old Yale Road
Langley BC
Website: http://www.langleybeeclub.org/

Pemberton Bee Club
Contact: Delores Frans Los
Email: dfflos@hotmail.com

Point Roberts Bee Club
Meeting dates: The 4th Monday of the month
Meeting Location: Point Roberts Community Center at 1487 Gulf Road.
Contact: sfalkjd@gmail.com or thelittlegoldenharp@gmail.com

Richmond Beekeepers Association
Meeting dates: Second Tuesday or every month (excluding June-August)
Meeting Location:
Kinsmen Nature Pavilion from 7:30-9pm
11851 Westminster Hwy, Richmond
Website: https://richmondbeekeepersca.wordpress.com/

Surrey Beekeepers Association
Meeting dates: 3rd Wednesday of the Month
Meeting Location: The Honeybee Centre starts at 7pm.  7480 176 St, Surrey.
Contact: bees@surreybeeclub.ca

North Fraser Bee Club
Meeting dates: 4th Monday of the Month
Meeting Location: Grow & Gather Garden Center; 7:30pm-9:00pm.  24565 Dewdney Trunk Road, Maple Ridge.
Website: https://www.northfraserhoneybeeclub.com/
Contact: northfraserbeeclub@hotmail.com

2 Responses

  • I am filled with envy after coming across this website!! I am in Calgary so cannot join but, boy this is something I’d love. My urban garden is not big enough to keep a beehive but it has been designed for birds and pollinators.
    All the best!

    • Hello Donna,

      Thank you for your comment. One of the biggest helps not just for honeybees but all of the many bees out there is definitely the providing of forage and habitat. Beekeepers love their urban gardeners – thank you for your gift to the bees!

      – Jonathan, Urban Bee Supplies

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