Catch the Buzz on Beekeeping with Bee Haven at Urban Artifact as Part of Science on Tap Series

Dive into the hive mind and learn about the importance of these pollinators, all while sipping a brew

click to enlarge A beehive frame. - HAILEY BOLLINGER
Hailey Bollinger
A beehive frame.

Catch the buzz on beekeeping at Urban Artifact, as hosted by Science on Tap, a monthly event spearheaded by March for Science Cincinnati that brings working scientists to pubs across the city.

This month, local business Bee Haven Honey will discuss the pollinators’ importance and their various hives — some of which are tucked in the countryside of Clermont County, while others call neighborhoods within the Queen City home. Learn about the inner workings of these fascinating creatures — and the people who keep them — while sipping on a brew.

6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15. Free. Urban Artifact, 1660 Blue Rock St., Northside, marchforsciencecincinnati.com

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