Saturday, February 8, 2014
6:30 - 9:30pm
Sensory Building, Robert Mondavi Institute, UC Davis
Contact: Tracy Diesslin , (530) 752-5233
It is early February. Pink and white buds are peeking out on the burnished branches of the
almond trees all over central California. Bees come out to bask in the warmth of the afternoon
sun following the dark, cool days of winter. They gather pollen and nectar to begin building
their strength and their colony for the coming year.
Each evening they return to the warmth of their hives.
Our night will begin with sparkling mead cocktails and end with a mead flight, guided by Darrell Corti.
Music, a silent auction, and great food will fill the evening.