FOH Events

Pop-up Yoga Class

 

I was first inspired to become a beekeeper after a yoga class five years ago. The instructor of the class was complaining of allergies and had heard that eating local honey everyday would help. He was having a hard time finding local honey and I was looking for a hobby. That year, I attended a beginner beekeeping course and started my first hive! Over the past five years, we slowly expanded our number of hives. In 2016, I opened Frog Ocean Honey at The Barn as a place to sell our honey and other hive products.

We will be celebrating the one year anniversary of The Barn on August 27th with a special Sunday morning all-levels, outdoor yoga class. Bring a mat and a friend! Rebekah Mulford of Bee Inspired Yoga will be teaching the class. Bee Inspired Yoga is located in Woodstown, NJ and has been voted Best of Salem County in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016!

After class, join us for light refreshments, honey tasting, and shopping!

 

Cost $5

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Salem County Arts in Bloom

On May 20 and 21st from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Salem County is hosting a FREE self-guided driving tour of 60 artists at 27 locations. There will be a variety of fine art, pottery, sculptures, paintings, jewelry, and glass along the tour. This year’s theme is “Through Our Looking Glass”, a celebration of Salem County’s history as the birthplace of glass-making in the USA!

We are excited to be on the tour this year. Join us at The Barn (site #9) for honey tasting, live painting by local artist Mary Wolfe, and blacksmithing demonstrations by Blacksmith Ken Blades! While at The Barn, you can shop for all of your honey needs angrand-opening-1d one of a kind finds by: Educators for Change, Rag & Bone Farm, and naturalist Shawn Vazquez. We will have an observation hive on display (weather permitting) for you to see our bees at work through our looking glass.

If you would like more information about the tour, visit www.artsinbloomnj.com.

We hope to see you at The Barn!

 

 

FOH Events · Honey Harvest

Honey Stung by Seth Pangburn

 

What is Frog Ocean Honey? It’s a tangle of wildflowers in the sweeping meadows of salt marsh around our home. It’s the nectar of nature, and we are the curators. We are the wine of a flower.

Local and family-owned, all of our products encompass the quality of our region. All hives are cared for on our property, and our extracts are gentle and pure. Passion feeds passion—and our family has no shortage when it comes to keeping bees!

Our barn, located at 99 Frog Ocean Road in Lower Alloways Creek, is a trove of untold sweetness. You’ll find beeswax candles, pure bee pollen, flavored lip balms, handmade soaps, and more at our store!

Rich in antioxidants, honey is a natural humectant. For years, it’s been used as a key ingredient in lotions, salves, and balms. Properties in honey act as an antibacterial agent—leaving skin healthy and hydrated! So nourish yourself with the nectar of wildflower. Frog Ocean Honey is here!

Our red barn is open every Wednesday and Thursday, from 10am to 4:30pm.

We’ll also be open for Small Business Saturday on November 26th. Drop by, and say hi for a sticky-sweet time!

Can’t make our store hours? We’d ‘bee’ happy to set an appointment! Give us a buzz, and get stung by Frog Ocean Honey: 856.266.8567.

 

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A Day At the Farm

Looking for a fun day out with the family? Come experience “A Day at the Farm” on June 4th from 11am-3pm at the Church Landing Farm Museum in Pennsville! There will be plenty to see and do. Frog Ocean Honey will have an observation hive for you to see the bees at work and maybe even catch sight of the Queen! We will also be selling honey and other hive-related products, and would love to talk bees with you. We hope to see you there.

 

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