The package pickup date has moved to Friday, May 15. We will be in touch with all those who ordered packages through the club with specific instructions on when and where you'll be able to pick up your packages.
If you haven't installed a package before, here are some guides for you to start with. You will find plenty of additional information and videos by searching the internet for "installing bee packages" As you look over information, first look at the SOURCE of the information. For now, you probably want to rely on beekeeping supply companies, or well-known bee organizations for guidance.
You will find that in the myriad videos, many beekeepers wear minimal protection. The FLBC recommends that you wear as much (or as little) personal bee protection as you feel comfortable wearing. I'm not ashamed to say that I started out with full overalls, boots, and sheepskin gloves. It allowed me to focus on the bees in the hive, not the bees on my skin!
For a written, step-by-step guide on installing your packages, start with this guide from North Carolina State University's Extension department: http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/entomology/apiculture/pdfs/2.17%20copy.pdf or Mira Spivak at the Universty of Minnesota http://www.beelab.umn.edu/prod/groups/cfans/@pub/@cfans/@bees/documents/asset/cfans_asset_317471.pdf
For an approach that doesn't involve as much shaking -- or as many bees in the air -- watch what the Hudson Valley Bee Supply recommends for the packages they create: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTK3vD-ufYs
Spend time watching videos and learning about package installation. It's not hard, but it can be a daunting task when you've never handled bees before. And please feel free to connect with your mentor, or the club list, to field questions.