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TAKO Honey Program

FAYETTE TAKO HOSTING “A HONEY OF A MORNING”, SATURDAY, JULY 20TH


Ever wonder how they get the honey from the hive and into the jar? Here’s your chance to watch it in action. On Saturday, July 20, Fayette Take A Kid Outdoors (TAKO) is hosting another of its educational nature programs to teach youth (and their families) how our outdoor world is such an interesting place. This month, the program is entitled, “A Honey of a Morning” and will held from 9:3am-11:am at the Fassbinder Honey Farm. Located at 1003 200th St. near Elgin, you can watch them use their equipment to spin separate the honey from the boxes and learn more about the benefits of honey and our vital honeybees.

The program is free and parents/guardians are reminded they need to remain with their children. Fayette County TAKO since 2006 has dedicated their focus on bringing children and their families, nature oriented events throughout the area to better understand appreciate the natural world around us and our role in its appreciation and support. For further information on this and other TAKO events, contact TAKO President Leif White at 319-939-1567.


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