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General inquiries:

Susan Spruill, president



Website submissions/questions:

Debbie Griffith, secretary



We're All About Bees!
Whether you're a veteran beekeeper or just starting out in the world of bees, join our friendly club and meet new friends, hear engaging speakers and learn more about the fascinating world of honey bees.

Feb. 25, 2020 - First Meeting of the Year

We know you've been missing the friendly buzz of your bees this winter, as well as the chance to talk with other beekeepers about their experiences.


The first meeting of 2020 of the Toe Cane Beekeepers will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. at United Community Bank in Burnsville.

No formal speaker is planned for this month, but we'll announce some really exciting speakers for future gatherings and hear from fellow beekeepers about their overwintering successes (or woes).

Also, a number of our members will be attempting to sell locally bred queens and possibly a few nucleus hives. Michelle Mejia at Moral Bees ( will have some of her locally adapted queens available this spring.  Check out her new website and come to the meeting to hear more.

As usual, the meeting is free and open to the public. It will begin with a pot-luck dinner, so bring a dish to share.


TCBA is a non-profit organization that promotes the art and science of beekeeping, encourages cooperation among local beekeepers, contributes to the advancement of education about beekeeping and its related activities, and offers related support to our members and neighboring communities. β€‹



Monthly meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday February through July. Guest speakers appear at each regular meeting, which begin at 6 p.m. with a Pot Luck Dinner. Most meetings are held at the United Community Bank in Burnsville. All meetings are open to the public. You don't have to be a member to attend.

Club business

Members of Toe Cane Beekeepers can find our bylaws, meeting minutes and other information on club activities, leadership information and more by clicking on the "More" link below  All minutes of meetings are posted a few days after the meetings are held.



Need help with a swarm? Want to check out a book, video or other materials from our club library? Maybe you'd like to borrow the club extracting equipment. Or you might want take a look at some helpful links to vendors of bee equipment, local attractions, state beekeeping resources.  Click "More" to access our resources. 

Swarm Spotted?  Here's our list of folks who might help

Bee on dandelion

Honey bee collecting pollen