Etymology meets entomology at this Friday’s LaB 5555: The Bee’s Knees.
Many etymologists speculate that the expression “the bee’s knees” originated as an abbreviation of the British expression “the be-all and end-all.” This was shortened to “The B’s and E’s” and ultimately slurred together into the unlikely expression “the bee’s knees.” Nifty, huh?
However the phrase originated, we know Friday’s LaB 5555 will live up to it. With live music by The Suffers, noms on the patio from It’s a Wrap, Firehouse Tacos, Zeapod Cakery and Oh My Gogi! AND samples of Independence Brewing Co.‘s honey Braggot for the first 250 people, it’s bound to be sweet.
So whether you’re bringing your honey or aim to find one on the dance floor, join us this Friday from 8 to 11 p.m. and dive in to the art of beekeeping with the Houston Beekeepers Association.
You must be 21 to attend, or feel the STING of rejection. For tickets, click here.