TO BEE AT CAMBRIDGE RIVER FESTIVAL JUNE 2
Saturday, June 2nd
IMAGINE: Family and Children’s Stage, Memorial Drive between JFK Street and Plympton Street (Harvard University Side). 4 – 4:50 pm
To Bee or Not to Bee is Piti Theatre Company’s new play blending puppetry, dance, and live music to tell the comic, tragic and ultimately hopeful tale of a farmer and his bees. This free performance is part of the 33rd Annual Cambridge River Festival, attracting over 200,000 festival-goers annually.
And don’t miss show sponsor Follow the Honey (along with Best Bees and Boston Beekeepers) with their store’s observation hive near the stage.
Follow the Honey & Boston Beekeepers
Location: between Community Tables and Family and Children’s Stage
Interested in urban beekeeping? Concerned about colony collapse disorder? Want to help honeybees? Fascinated by honeybees’ social instinct? Follow the Honey (a Harvard Square boutique), Best Bees, and members of the Boston Beekeepers answer questions about all things honeybee. Come taste honey from around the world, and take a look at an observational hive to see these amazing insects up close!