Activities include beekeeping seminars and information, locally made honey for sale, foods made with honey, and a lasagna dinner from noon to 5:30 p.m. that also includes coleslaw, roll and dessert. Cost of the dinner is $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under.
Hotdogs, biscuits with honey, nacho chips with cheese, ice cream with honey, etc., will also be for sale during the show.
Other vendors will have items such as leather, goat milk soap, lotions, primitives, hand-painted items, woodwork items, wreaths, homemade Christmas items, and other crafts.
There will also be door prizes available, and raffle tickets for a 31 tote filled with gifts and cash and for a bee hive, with drawings to be held Oct. 27. For information, call Brenda Tatterson, 927-4634, or Nancy Truppi, 927-1151.