In case of inclement weather or events beyond our control this meeting could be cancelled and rescheduled for a later date.
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Orange County Historical Society meetings are usually held on the last Monday of the month (No meetings are held in February or December; the annual meeting is held on the 3rd Sunday in January and the "May" meeting is held the first Monday in June to avoid Memorial Day. Winter, Spring, and Fall meetings are usually held at our Research Center and are open to the general public. Summer picnic meetings are usually held at various historic sites around the county and are usually only open to members and their guests.
"Like Honey to a Bee; a history of beekeeping in Orange County"
MR. SULLIVAN CARTER
will present his program on
MONDAY, MARCH THE 27TH AT 7:00 PM
Through out much of our history, the honey produced by bees was our most important (and often our only) sweetener and valued skill. Please join us on March 27th as Oranges's own Sully Carter presents an overview of honeybees and beekeepers, especially interesting local anecdotes will be included.
Stay Tuned for further information on the other informative programs scheduled for the coming year. And don't forget it isn't that long until we will be back having our summer picnics again!!!