Firestorm Honey Guild

About Us

The guild meets monthly to learn both traditional and modern beekeeping methods, with hands-on hive inspections, hive building, honey harvesting, bee rescues, and public educational demonstrations. We are located in central Oklahoma.

The purpose of the guild is threefold:

  1. To provide a network of support among Oklahoma beekeepers interested in medieval practices;

  2. To facilitate interaction between beekeepers and related tradesmen (brewers, chandlers, etc.);

  3. To provide educational resources for newcomers (guild members and general public) to historical beekeeping practices.

Next Meeting:

Sunday, June 6, 2021, 1:00 pm - Scissortail Park apiary, 300 SW 7th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 (Near Union Train Station)

Free parking available on weekends in the parking lot on the East side of Robinson. From there, cross Robinson, and the skating rink will be immediately on your left, and the apiary is just ahead, down in the lower area with a round trellis. Between the skating rink and Union Station, just off the North end of the Skydance Bridge over I-40. Please plan to arrive early so we can start promptly at 1:00 PM.

Please observe recommended public health precautions.

Oklahoma City Union Depot Station - Google Maps (Click on link for map)


Anyone who wants to know more about bees and beekeeping is welcome to come to a guild meeting to check us out.

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