Honey & Pollination Center: Upcoming Events & Early Bird Deadline Coming Up!
The Feast: A Celebration of Mead and Honey
Saturday, February 6, 2016

Fee: $125 per person
$1250 table sponsorship
(Table of 8)
(Table sponsors will be recognized in our menu booklet)

All new menu created Ann Evans, author of the Davis Farmers Market Cookbook and Kathi Riley, caterer and past chef of Zuni Cafe, San Francisco.

Early Bee Event: Join Amina Harris, Director of the Honey and Pollination Center for an educational honey tasting event prior to the Dinner. This complimentary honey tasting is limited to thirty participants with dinner reservation. Reserve your spot HERE.
Register here
Mead Course: Early Bird Deadline is Thurs, January 7th!
This three-course series is designed for the intermediate to professional level mead-maker who wants to take their art to the next level by learning more in-depth into the business and science of mead. Tour one of the country's longest standing meaderies, Rabbit's Foot Meadery, with Mike Faul, proprietor.

Monday, Feb 8 - Tuesday, Feb 9, 2016: Continuing Mead Making
Fee: $600 ($675 after January 7th)
Wed, Feb 10, 2016: Business of Mead Making

Fee: $300 ($375 after January 7th)
Thur, Feb 11, 2016: Tour of Rabbit's Foot Meadery
Fee: $100
Register here
Already attending the mead courses? Think about joining us at The Feast the Saturday evening before (February 6, 2016).
Premiering in three weeks!
Date: Wed, Jan 27, 2016 from 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Fee: $30 (General), $25 (UCD Affiliates), $12.50 (Students)

Tasting: California

Join us for a unique honey tasting of 4-6 honeys from California led by Amina Harris, Director of the Honey & Pollination Center, complemented by a short lecture about related beekeeping practices and issues by Elina Nino, Apiculture Extension and Research, Department of Entomology & Nematology.

Register here
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