2019 Day Camps

K-State and Research and Extension Brown County and 4-H is starting the summer off right! We have a number of fun Day Camps to offer the public and to 4-Hers getting ready for the fair.

The first one begins on June 4 and continues on every Tuesday of June and July at the Horton Library during their Summer Reading Program. We will offer Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) crafts to test the growing minds of 10- to 14-year-olds. We will offer this same camp every Thursday of June at the Hiawatha Morrill Public Library beginning on June 6.

Next we will have a few 4-H project meetings, one on June 6 at the Klinefelter Barn called Foods and Nutrition, one called Arts and Crafts on June 11 held at the Brown County Extension office, another called String Art on June 13 again at the Klinefelter Barn and the next to last on June 20 called the Photography project also at the barn.

The last we are offering is for 4-H Cloverbuds and first year 4-Hers, and is a day camp to help them get started learning how to make projects for the fair. It will be held on June 19 at the Klinefelter Barn. Some of these day camps do require an RSVP so be sure to call in to sign up!

To see the flyers and learn more details on each, please go to our Facebook page called K-State Research and Extension Brown County and scroll down to see each one. Each flyer will also be on our website at www.brown.ksu.edu, or you can call our office at 785-742-7871 to get more information and sign up to start your child’s summer off having a fun time learning how to string art, make healthy snacks, take good photos, and stretch your mind with the sciences.

Matt Young29 Posts

Matt Young is the Brown County Extension District director, as well as an agent in the area of agriculture and natural resources.


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