As a guest of The Hive Bee & Bee, we want to make your stay as enjoyable and convenient as possible.
Need some groceries or local organic meat to cook on the BBQ? We can stock it. Do you want a picnic lunch in the forest? We can prepare it. If you are with a group, we can schedule meditation, yoga or arrange to have massage therapists and other practitioners on-site. Need catering? We can help. Interested in a tour of the historical church... it's possible!
Let us know your needs and wishes and we will do our best to accommodate you. Contact us!
Woodland Wonders Forest Festivities
The Hive’s Woodland Wonder Forest Festivities are designed to get children outside to experience the magic, wonder and benefits of nature.
This is a birthday party like no other. Children will enjoy the opportunity to create, pretend, play, discover and celebrate in a natural, calming and peaceful environment. Learn more.
The Hive's Hundred Hearts Event
The Hive’s Hundred Hearts initiative is a virtual and open-house event. From now until March 8, you are invited to share a heart and spread love.
Community Night on March 24th!
Come out and celebrate the turning of the season at The Hive’s Spring Community Night on Friday, March 24th from 6-10pm.
Meet our Honoured Guest, Bear Standing Tall. Affectionately known as “Rocky”, Bear Standing Tall will perform an authentic indigenous drum song to honour the birth of spring and set good intentions for the coming season.
Attendees will have a couple of minutes to share a performance or information on a topic of interest, personal practice or business. Register for this free event.
Partnership with Bear Standing Tall & Associates
The Hive Centre has always supported awareness and understanding of Indigenous knowledge and practices.
As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, it is crucial to address the impact of colonialism and to advance the Calls to Action that were put forth by the Government's Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.
Bear Standing Tall & Associates (BSTA), 1COMMUNITY1 and The Hive have partnered to bring awareness to and deliver Indigenous Training and Education Programs in Ontario that fulfill accreditation standards and requirements in regards to cultural relevance, cultural competence and cultural safety.
Bear Standing Tall & Associates creates a bridge between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Nations.
BSTA Accredited Programs will be offered at various dates at The Hive and are accessible through Diversity and Personal Development Funds when available. Speak with your employer.
Indigenous Cultural Sensitivity Training - 4-Day Retreat
Join a growing number of people including Educators, Public Servants, Health and Social Workers who are learning how Indigenous Training can enhance their lives and the lives of others. Reserve now.
Hand Drum Making - 2-Day Retreat
During March, Bear Standing Tall will be leading an authentic Indigenous Hand Drum Making Retreat. The making of a drum is a sacred two-day event as it is the creation of a medicine for personal use.
Enjoy meals and accommodations and take home a 14" deerskin drum and drum stick! Take advantage of the low introductory price. Book now.
Partnership with 1COMMUNITY1
1COMMUNITY1 offers social networking solutions designed to strengthen on-line and real-world interaction at a local level. Together, The Hive and 1COMMUNITY1 collaborate to create meaningful community connections. Take a look at the 1COMMUNITY1 video.
Private and Group Guitar Sessions with Kevin
Our resident Musician and Producer, Kevin Craddock will be leading Group and Private Guitar Sessions this Spring. Take a look!
The Buzz Boutique carries local, artisan and all-natural products. Visit us!
Classes & Workshops
Interested in Retreats & Workshops at The Hive? Click here to view what's happening.
The Hive is nestled in 18 Acres of the Wilmot Creek Commemorative Forest. View photos.