Bee Week: Bee Aware Dana Dinner!

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April 11, 2011 5:00pm - 7:30pm

The Bee Aware Dana Dinner is aimed at connected bring awareness to the millions of honey-bees that pollinte our food. Throughout the dining hall there will be information indicating foods that are partially or entirely pollinated by honeybees.  Honey bees are the main pollinators of flowering plants that humans cultivate...without the bees, we would have a very limited menu!

Check out other Beek Week events in the attached schedule.

 

Bee Week
April 11th-15th

Monday 4/11:
“Bee Aware” Dana Dinner
Tuesday 4/12:
Keynote speaker Ross Conrad on Colony Collapse Disorder
Winston Room, 7pm
Wednesday 4/13:
A hive demonstration by local beekeeper Greg Kalicin
Greenhouse Lawn (70 Park St.), 3:30pm
Thursday 4/14:
Documentary Night in Griffiths 123
Silence of the Bees 7-9pm
Tales from the Hive 9:15-10:15pm
Friday 4/15:
Bee Ball
Come dressed in your finest Bee Attire for some music and food!
Location TBA (check SLUWire), 9pm

Check SLUWire for more information

Sponsored by The Greenhouse and a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

 





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Dana Dining Hall
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