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Taste Some Wine, Eat Some Nibbles and Support Us!

In This Issue
  •  Wine Tasting at Feast 
  •  Donations Update

  •  Winter Bee Classes

  •  Holiday Product Contest!


Winter Bee Classes

February class registration is open. These  are one day beginning beekeeping classes and cover the basics of starting in beekeeping, including tools and equipment, hive management, seasonal maintenance, and honeybee biology and health. Classes are held at Jane Addams Hull House Museum in Chicago from 10 AM to 3 PM. Lunch is shared potluck. 
Registration fee is $70.00

to register and pay visit our "Classes" page.


Most Popular Holiday Product?
The first correct answer posted to our Facebook page gets a rare 1 lb jar of Chicago Honey Co-op Honey. Which product do you think people bought the most of?

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to see the contenders.


 Retail Locations

Those of you looking for our beeswax candles can find them at  Haymaker Shop. Our Honey Mustard can be found at Southport Grocery, and Chicago's Downtown Farmstand. GreenGrocer has  Honey and Mustard gift sets and candles  Honey is currently available in our online store

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Join Chicago Honey Co-op at Feast  Bucktown, 1616 N Damen Ave. in Chicago on January 25th for wine tasting and a special cocktail , the "InCider" featuring Chicago Honey Co-op Honey.

Only $20.00 per person

All proceeds will go toward our apiary relocation fund.

Save the Date and come on out!

Donations Update

We are very thankful for the outpouring of support from people from near and far who have shared our story, tweeted, posted to Facebook and suggested locations or connections.

Many thanks to those who answered the call and made a donation towards our apiary relocation. We are happy to say that so far $5,125.00 has been raised. We are trying for $20,000.00 by the end of February so we still need a lot of help.

We are hoping to have enough money on hand when the move comes to 
cover not only the cost of moving but also the likelihood that we will have to fence at least one or two locations which will cost several thousand dollars. 

If you made a donation and Chicago Honey Co-op was not mentioned in your thank you letter from Crossroads Fund, the funds were not directed to us. Send us an email and let us know so your donation goes where you meant it to.

Contact Us 

You can still

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or send a check to Crossroads Fund, 3411 W. Diversey, #20, Chicago, IL 60647. Just make sure to indicate that your gift supports the Honey Co-Op in the notes section of the webpage or on your check.




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