NYC Honey Festival returns to the seashore for the third year
At one table, homemade bee-inspired prints were made on T-shirts and tote bags.
Two festival organizers wear bee colors at the table as they sell raffles to raise money for local charities helping in the recovery from Hurricane Sandy.
A small girl is transformed into a bumble bee at the face-painting table.
Children joined in a hive-making workshop where they were able to make their own beehives out of flowers and bicycle wheels.
Young festival goers get a look at a live beehive.
Why do bees make honey? An explanation for children on how the sweet substance is produced.
Revelers were able to taste honey from all over New York City.
Douglaston resident Ruth Harrigan talks about her honey and honey-made beauty products.
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