Snakes, spiders, and lizards, Oh My! We are opening our doors the evening of October 27th for a special Halloween event for the young creature lovers! The creatures you will see and learn about are: live honey bees, corn snakes, Mexican black king snake, Western hognose snake, ball pythons, Columbian red tail boa, crested gecko, leopard gecko, black widow, Texas brown tarantula, tailless whip scorpion, and hissing cockroaches! Along with seeing the creepy creatures (and touching some!), we will have pumpkin painting and body art by Matilda the Clown. Pizza Picnic (2 slices included per ticket, supreme/veggie are +$2) lemonade, and service will be included. Each child will be invited to experience our Haunted Honey Hall (located on our store porch) and round out the evening with s'mores at our bee fire pit. Each child is encouraged to come in costume... those who do will get a special honey candy gift the end of the evening. To order extra pizza slices for your child or yourself please CLICK HERE.
Join BeeWeaver for a Halloween Party like you've never seen before!
Date: Friday, October 27, 2017
Time: 3:00 – 8:00 PM
Ages: 4 – 12 year olds
Location: 16481 CR 319, Navasota, TX 77868
Limited Space Available, Book Now to Reserve your Spot!
3:00 – 3:30 Hive Tour - See bees up close and learn how a beekeeper goes into a hive of bees. Our observation deck helps children see down into the hive area.
3:30 - 5:00 Creepy Creatures Event Rotation
- Pumpkin Painting
- Amy’s Critters (Learn about snakes, spiders, lizards, and more!)
- Matilda Creature Body Art
5:00 – 6:00 Pizza Picnic and Honey Tasting (2 slices are included per ticket)
6:15 – 7:15 Haunted Porch & Bug Collection Inspection
7:15 – 8:00 S'mores around the bee fire!
Please send any questions to email@example.com or call 512-535-2219. Tickets only need to be purchased for participating children. Adults, babies, and others not participating do not require a ticket. For extra pizza slices please order HERE.
Limited Space Available - maximum of 30 participants and the adults they bring with them.