Spring 2022 March                    Courtyard Marriott of Salina, KS. (meeting & agenda - pending)

Fall 2021 November 5 &6       Courtyard Marriott of Salina, KS.  Meeting & Agenda

Spring 2021 March 6             Virtual On-line Meeting, KS​​  via Zoom.  Meeting & Agenda

Fall 2020 October 23             Virtual On-line Meeting, KS​​  via Zoom.  Meeting & Agenda

Spring 2020 March 6 & 7       Whiskey Creek Grill & Days Inn   Hays, KS  Meeting & Agenda

Fall 2019 October  18 & 19     Best Western Wichita North, Wichita, KS   Meeting Agenda

Spring 2019 March 8 & 9        Douglas County Fairgrounds, Lawrence, KS   Meeting Agenda

Fall 2018 October 26 & 27      Best Western Angus Inn, Great Bend, KS  Meeting & Agenda

Spring 2018 March 9 & 10      The Cedars,  McPherson, KS   Meeting & Agenda

Fall 2017  October  27 & 28    Best Western Hospitality House  Emporia, KS  Meeting & Agenda

Spring 2017 March 10 & 11     Ramada Inn,  Topeka, KS   Meeting & Agenda 

Fall 2016 October 28 & 29      Whiskey Creek Grill & Days Inn   Hays, KS  Meeting & Agenda

Spring 2016  March 4 & 5       Lamplighter Inn   Pittsburg, KS         Meeting & Agenda

Fall 2015  October 30 & 31     The Cedars   McPherson, KS     

Spring 2015   March 13 & 14   Holiday Inn at the Campus  Manhattan, KS Meeting & Agenda

Fall 2014   October 17 & 18     Clarion Inns & Suites   Wichita, KS   

Spring 2014  March 14 & 15    Whiskey Creek Grill & Days Inn   Hays, KS

Our bi-annual Spring (March) and Fall (October/November) meetings consist of timely topics and lectures. We offer workshops and special discussions. The meetings are followed by a brief update on current business and board topics. Hot coffee, tea, and water are available during breaks. For details, check the most current newsletters. Our meetings are open to all and provide a way to interact and get to know other beekeepers from all over the state.

​Fall 2013  October 18 & 19      Capitol Plaza   Topeka, KS

Spring 2013 March 1 & 2         Best Western   Wichita, KS

Fall 2012  October 19 & 20      GuestHouse Inn   Emporia, KS

Spring 2012  March 2 & 3        Best Western Holiday Manor   McPherson, KS

​Fall 2011  October 21 & 22      Best Western Angus Inn   Great Bend, KS

​Spring 2011  March 4 & 5        Holiday Inn Holidome   Topeka, KS

Fall 2010  October 15 & 16      Best Western Holiday Manor   McPherson, KS

​Spring 2010  March 5 & 6        Ramada Inn Hays Convention Center    Hays, KS

​Fall 2009  October 16 & 17      GuestHouse Inn   Emporia, KS

Spring 2009  March 6 & 7        Marriott Hotel (Joint meeting with MO State Beekeepers) Overland Park, KS

Fall 2008 October 17 & 18       Best Western Holiday Manor  McPherson, KS

Spring 2008 March 7 & 8         Highland Hotel & Convention Center  Great Bend, KS

Fall 2007 October 19 & 20       Holiday Inn   Lawrence, KS

Spring 2007 March 2 & 3         Hays Holiday Inn  Hays, KS

​Fall 2006 October 6 & 7           Holiday Inn  Topeka, KS

Spring 2006 March 3 & 4         Marriott Hotel (Joint meeting with Mo State Beekeepers) Overland Park, KS

Fall 2005 October 14 & 15       Best Western  McPherson, KS

Spring 2005 March 4 & 5         Ramada Inn  Emporia, KS

Fall 2004 October 16 & 17       Dodge House  Dodge City, KS

Spring 2004 March 5 & 6         Ramada Inn  Emporia KS 

Fall 2003  October 17 & 18      Best Western. McPherson, KS     100th Anniversary Celebration

Spring 2003 March 7 & 8.        Ramada Inn  Emporia, KS          100th Anniversary Celebration

Fall 2002 October 18 & 19       Red Coach Inn  Salina, KS 
Spring 2002 March 1 & 2         Best Western Holiday Manor  McPherson, KS

​The Gavel:  author, Tim Tucker, from 2002 December "Cappings", page 1  "organized Dec. 30, 1903. Presented to the Kansas State Bee Keepers Association By the President P.R. Hobble  Nov. 22 -1910."

WHAT:      Fall 2021 Meeting Details (here) current as-of 20 May 2021

Program Outline Details (here) as-of 13 October 2021.

2022 March 4&5 Meeting Selection(s)
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Location of our 2021 November 5&6 meeting in Salina, KS

​​​04 November 2021, Thursday night-Executive Board meeting via Zoom 8:00 pm.  
*Saturday, 05 November 2021 is the Conference in-person.                         

Thursday, November 4th, 2021, 8 pm Board meeting

Friday, November 5th, 2021
8:15-9 am       Registration- please pre-register-Silent Auction Set up
9-9:10            Introduction – President Becky Tipton
9:10-10          Varroa Destructor-Biology and Integrated Pest Management, Cameron Jack 
10-10:15        Break
10:15-11:05    Hive Health in an Agricultural Landscape and the potential rescue effect of prairie, Randall Cass 
11:10-12:05    Developing a Value-Added Product through K-State Food Lab, Sharon Rowan
12:05-1           Lunch
1-1:50             KDA Weights and Measures, “What Should be on Your Product Labels?” Loren Minnich presents 
1:55-2:45        Other Honey Bee Pests and Pathogens, Cameron Jack presents
2:45-3             Break- End of Silent auction at 3
3:00-3:55        The effect of Prairie Strips on Honey Bee Colony Health in Agricultural Landscapes, Randall Cass 
4:00-4:55        Value-Added Topic To be determined
6:00                Dinner and Program Lessons from working with beekeepers in rural El Salvador-Randall Cass 

Saturday, November 6th
8:30-8:50         Registration and Silent Auction Set up
8:50-9              Announcements President Becky Tipton
9-9:50              Cameron Jack-topic to be determined
9:50-10:40      Attitudes about Pollinator Conservation best practices: a Survey of Iowa Beekeepers, farmers and landowners, Randall Cass presents
10:40-11         Break
11-11:50         Cameron Jack-11:50-12:20     Meeting of area groups to choose area directors
12:20-1:00      Lunch
1-1:55            Making Spring nucs/splits -– Get your hive through the winter so that it is strong enough to split!           Nikki Bowman presents
1:55-2:50        To be determined
2:50-3             Break-End of Silent Auction at 3
3-3:55             Value Added?? To be determined
4-                   General Business Meeting and Election

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