- $50 for one admission to a bee-box building experience with Bob Redmond
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
- Classes meet at Bradner Gardens Park
Each event is capped at 12 participants; each event requires a minimum of 8 participants in order to take place.
What You'll Do
Bees that buzz from flower to flower are actually crucial characters in the environmental chain, keeping the life cycle of plants, animals, and humans running as it should. Dive into the fascinating history of native bees and honeybees—learning everything from how to differentiate varieties to why these populations are in trouble—during a presentation led by an expert beekeeper and the founder of Urban Bee Company, Bob Redmond. After picking up bee basics, get step-by-step guidance for making your own bumblebee nesting box, which you’ll take home along with a starter pack of bee-friendly flower seeds to keep native pollinators thriving.
Create a Handmade Bumblebee Box
Beekeeping expert Bob Redmond leads you through the process of building a nesting box, good for novices and skilled handypersons alike
Discover the Story of the Bee
Discover the story of native bees and honeybees, from differentiating varieties to learning about their modern day plight
When Bob Redmond learned about the demise of pollinators over six years ago, he delved deep into researching bees and the environment. Since 2009, Bob has run the progressive beekeeping operation Urban Bee Company, in addition to founding the arts and agriculture project, The Common Acre. Bob’s created the Flight Path pollinator project at Sea–Tac Airport, has presented his work on bees at national conferences, and serves as the Board President of Certified Naturally Grown, an organization that promotes sustainable farming.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Very knowledgable, had a great time!”
“It was great! Very relaxing and I got a nice painting to put in my room. Alonsa is great, she is very patient and makes sure everyone is following. ”
Bradner Gardens Park
1730 Bradner Place South
Seattle, Washington 98144Get Directions