Michigan Honey Festival
The Michigan Honey Festival is a fun, inexpensive, & informative day for everyone, young and old, non-beekeepers, “Newbee’s” & seasoned beekeepers alike. All our attendees, sponsors, vendors, and volunteers will walk away with something.
As we confirm classes, speakers, and demonstrations, we will start listing them. Please check back for updates! If there is something that you would like to see, please share your ideas!
The Pollinators: Who They Are and How to Help Them
Vince Ste. Marie of Windy Rock Farms
The Bees Knees
The Right to Farm Act
Mike Hanson, State Inspector
Apitherapy (Bee Venom Therapy)
Keith & Jessica Steller, Steller Apiaries
Getting Started with Beekeeping
Ana Heck, MSU Extension
For more details about the classes click here.
Live Hive - Heroes to Hives
Extracting and Cut Comb - SEMBA
Building Woodenware - SEMBA
Bee Beard - CAP Hobby Honey
Made with Honey Bake Sale - While supplies last
Prepare for a Honey Show (For beekeepers)
Shopping - All Day
Children's Crafts - All Day
Balloon Artist - All Day
Honey Tasting Contest - 10am-4pm
Visitors vote for your favorite honey!
**By being on the premises, you agree to the possibility that your picture will be taken and used on the website, social media, advertising, etc.**
Our Vendors make the event enjoyable for all our attendees, and for that reason, we thank you for your time and interest in our event. If you would like to be a vendor at the 2020 Michigan Honey Festival, please follow the link above or click here for more information.
Last, but most certainly not least, our volunteers keep the Michigan Honey Festival running. Thank you to all of our tireless volunteers for helping us in every aspect of the event! If you would like to be a volunteer at the 2020 Michigan Honey Festival, please follow the link to the left or click here for more information.