Bee Weeks

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Joyful Bee Song

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An interview about To Bee or Not to Bee on All Things Considered (WBUR)

To Bee or Not to Bee North American Tour

“To Bee or Not to Bee” Performance

“To Bee or Not to Bee” Album

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About Bee Weeks

In 2014, Piti Theatre launched a new initiative based on the successful touring of our To Bee or Not to Bee performance. Bee Weeks use the arts to leverage community and school based activities that move towns toward sustainability and create new partnerships between environmental stewards. Bee Weeks also set the stage for communities to become Bee Friendly Towns which are are a set of benchmarks that measure how hospitable any given community is (and can become) towards its’ smallest, and busiest, employees.

Click here for a list of resources from the Xerces Society

For Massachusetts resources, check out

2014 Springfield Republican Feature

Read About Amherst, MA Efforts to Become the First Bee Friendly Town in the U.S.!

Support Bee Weeks by buying 3 mp3′s from “To Bee” for $3 – $5


MA Collaborators

Amherst: All Things Local, Amherst Sustainability Festival, Amherst Books, Grow Food Amherst, Hitchcock Center for the Environment, Jones Library, UMASS. Northampton: Grow Food Northampton, Tuesday Market, Forbes Library Hilltowns: Sanderson Academy, Greater Shelburne Falls Area Business Association, The Benson Place. Greenfield: Greening Greenfield, Greenfield Public Library, 2nd Congregational Church, Just Roots. Springfield: Springfield Museums, Springfield Libraries, Gardening the Community. General: Tom Sullivan (Pollinators Welcome)

Thank You Massachusetts Bee Weeks Sponsors!




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Better World Auto Club

Hampshire Colon Hydrotherapy

There’s a new organic landscaper & stoneworker in town!
Bob Grignaffini of Grignaffini Earthscape is offering 50 dollars off design and consulting work for Pioneer Valley residents between now and September 1st. Grignaffini Earthscape will also donate 10% of any new Pioneer Valley customer’s payment to Piti Theatre Co.. Just mention “Bee Week” when you call . . .

Generous “seed” funding has been received from:

New England Grassroots Environment Fund

The Garden Hill Fund

The Puffin Foundation

Mass Cultural Council STARS program

Amherst Cultural Council*

Learn more and bring a bee week to your town!


*This program is supported in part by a grant from the Amherst Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.