The Somervell County Citizens Center is opening May 3rd, 2021. This means the Glen Rose Dino-Bee Beekeeping Club can resume regular pre-Covid, in-person meetings. Our regular May meeting will be held at The Center on May 11 (second Tuesday) at 6:30pm. The address is 209 W. Barnard Street in Glen Rose – just off the square. As always anyone interested in honey bees and beekeeping is welcome to attend. No need to be an “official” club member. There will be some new requirements for all get-togethers at The Center.   So, we can expect some changes in the way we hold our club meetings.  We will let everyone know these new requirements via our email list and Facebook page. To get on the Dino-Bee email list, send us a message using the ‘Contact’ page on this Website.

Glen Rose, Texas sits atop limestone formations famous for dinosaur footprints. Our club celebrates that dinosaur connection in it’s name: The Dino-Bee Club.  

The mission of the Dino-Bee Club is to broaden the knowledge of beekeeping among its membership and the public. All monthly meetings are free and open to the public. If you’re interested in honey bees and beekeeping, the best beekeeping experts in our area are at our monthly meetings to answer your questions. Several members are available to do presentations for schools and service organizations.

2020 Club Officers
Chip Hough – President
Kirk Kirksey – Vice President
Vanessa Lyons – Secretary
David Lyons – Treasurer