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  1. #1
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    Feb 2001
    Location
    Enfield,Ct.
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    Default Schedule and speaker bios now posted


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    I'll be doing the Level 1 Fall management class. Looking forward to it...

    I was just booking my flight tonight - it appears I can fly from Portland to Charlotte Round trip for just under $250.
    Erin Forbes, EAS Master Beekeeper
    overlandhoney.com

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    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Location
    Fredericksburg, Va
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    Default Re: Schedule and speaker bios now posted

    Other than cost of joining EAS, what is the cost of signup for the various workshops?

    I am giving serious consideration in attending. Even thought it will be my second trip to Bonne within a 30 day period. I always go to Grandfather Mountain Scottish Festival.
    Bee all you can Bee!
    http://www.hamiltonapiary.net

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    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    Location
    Enfield,Ct.
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    Default Re: Schedule and speaker bios now posted

    The registration with prices will be in the Spring EAS Journal which comes out sometime in May.There will also be registration via the web site.

    For an idea of previous years costs go here:
    http://www.easternapiculture.org/programs/confarchive/
    Click on year.
    Click on registration.
    Click on Downloadable form or some such language.
    The costs are there but you may have to dig

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    I'll see all you folks when you get here. I work on campus. It will be exciting to be Immersed around so many diverse beeks.
    Just because something doesn't do what you planned it to do doesn't mean it's useless.
    Thomas A. Edison

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
    Location
    Enfield,Ct.
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    Default Re: Schedule and speaker bios now posted

    N-bee,

    Always great to meet a local.
    I'm spending an extra few days to see the area.
    Maybe you could give us all some local recomendations.
    Good restaurant...not a chain
    Local fruit and veggie stand. Peaches?
    Good hikes
    Local swimmin' hole
    Rainy day attractions
    Friendly beer joint with music that doesn't mind a few yankees.

    Thanks,Jack

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