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Introduction to Stingless Bees

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Introduction to Stingless Bees

Time: January 24, 2015 from 7:30am to 11:30am
Location: van Veen Organics - Permaculture Plant Nursery
Street: Bigmor Drive
City/Town: Elimbah
Website or Map: http://vanveenorganics.com/ev…
Phone: 07 5408 6470
Event Type: educational, presentation
Organized By: van Veen Organics - Josh
Latest Activity: Jan 13, 2015

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Event Description

This is an Introduction presentation on native stingless bees. How to attract them, how to manage hives and lots more. Presentation will be presented by local native bee expert Aaron O'keefe who provides bee rescue and pollination services throughout south east queensland.

Bookings required as places are limited and the presentation needs a min. of 9 people booked to run. Prepayment is required to confirm booking and save your place. Cost is $40 and if you want your own native bee book, plants or hive let us know so we can have them for you on the day.

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Comment by Lissa on December 16, 2014 at 17:59

No worries Josh :) Hope you get a good turnout at both events.

Comment by van Veen Organics on December 16, 2014 at 14:27

Ok great, I have change the event details. Thanks for your help Lissa :)

Comment by Lissa on December 16, 2014 at 4:58

Good to hear Josh :)

Not everyone reads the fine detail. There have been at least two occasions that I am aware of where people have ticked the RSVP box on this website and turned up at the event without going through the correct booking channels. Removing the RSVP here forces them to look for the correct method. Simply done by going to Edit and ticking the box.

Seeing as the address is already displayed in the listing there is more of a possibility of people just turning up on the day also. But, ultimately up to you.

I'll remove the other listings I made.

Comment by van Veen Organics on December 15, 2014 at 8:42

Hello Lissa, I had to change the time for the bee presentation and didnt want you to have to edit the event for me everytime. I do put my events on my website, facebook and BLF in that order. Only people that have prepaid and get a confirmation from me are booked in. Thanks Josh

Comment by Lissa on December 15, 2014 at 4:47

Hi Josh - already had this advertised for you, plus the other one you are running same day.

You might want to get rid of the RSVP (under Edit) or people sometimes think they have booked in here on the site.

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