A sweet time at the Lithopolis Honeyfest

Messenger photos by Linda Dillman
Driver and volunteer Brandon Richards took kids on a ride around the Lithopolis Honeyfest aboard the Bee Train. The Honeyfest was held Sept. 9-10 and featured bee beards, beekeepers, art, live music, honey bake-off, Ohio Honety Show, honey extracting, hive inspections, junior beekeeping, the American Honey Queen, honey, honey tasting, and more.
Honeyfest volunteer Kinley Curran (left) a Bloom-Carrroll fifth grader, and her mother, Amanda Curran (right) help a young visitor pick out supplies at a craft tent.
Central Ohio Beekeepers Association member Mike Hatter helps brothers Michael Quint, 4, (left)and Matthew Quint, 7, (right) learn about the habits of bees by getting up close with a living bee display.
Becky Mitchell, a Groveport artisan, helps her suncatchers grab a little sunshine and sparkle during the Lithopolis Honeyfest.
Cassandra Hoagland (left) drove from Mansfield to visit the Honeyfest and sampled locally-produced honey from vendors like Shelby Keller (right) with SaraBee Honey, which is based in Circleville.
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