Keynote speakers, over 25 workshops to attend and three days of everything that has to do with bees will happen at Laramie County Community College, according to Tri-State Livestock News.

It will kick off on Friday, March 22nd with some pre-conference workshops.  Then Saturday will continue with Hilary Kearney, author of 'Queen Spotting,' Beekeeping like-A-girl blog and creator of Girl Next Door Honey, she will talk about how you can add 30,000 bees to your yard and how to help the neighbors feel at ease.  Saturday will also consist of five different sessions, then at night, there will be a keynote speaker.

Sunday will eight sessions to choose from, you can learn about hive inspections, honey extraction, beekeeping in schools and more. There will be people from all over the world teaching and learning about bees.

The conference is from March 22nd-24th.  Cost for the pre=conference workshops is $125, $85 for the bee college, or $195 for both.  Lunch, snacks, beverages, and Saturday dinner are all provided in the cost.  If you would like the full list of workshops and speakers, head on over to the website.