Sweeten up the weekend at Honey Harvest

Looking for something sweet to do this weekend? Visit the good old-fashioned Honey Harvest — an annual tradition hosted by the “Backyard Beekeepers” in the Old Red Barn at Audubon Greenwich, to be held July 27 and 28.

This fun, informal open-house event is hosted by the Backyard Beekeepers Association and freshly harvested honey will be for sale, while supplies last.

Double the fun by planning a self-guided morning or afternoon hike and stop by the Old Red Barn to see the harvesting on the way. For walking directions to the Old Red Barn, Audubon Greenwich trail maps and restrooms, stop inside the Kimberlin Nature Education Center’s Nature Store.

The center is also home to an Oppenheimer Gallery exhibit featuring watercolors painted by John James Audubon as he traveled throughout New England.

Trail fees apply to Honey Harvest guests. Stop in the Nature Store to pay. The cost is only $1.50 for youth and seniors and $3 for adults to enjoy the honey harvest and trails. Current Audubon members will be able to go for free.

The Honey Harvest will take place Saturday and Sunday, July 27 and 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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