Posted Thursday, March 1st, 2018
KIDS FROM ALL MORRIS TOWNS INVITED TO MARCH 24 EVENT — Fills Up Quick So Register ASAP
Morris County kids in grades K-6 are invited to explore new ideas, put their designs to the test, and have some science fun at the Morris County 4-H’s 10th annual “Science-sational Day’’ on Saturday, March 24.
Mad Science will kick off the day with an exciting show, “Fire and Ice,’’ to be followed by fun and educational science exploration workshops specifically designed for Morris County youths in grades K-6.
Get more information and register at http://morris.njaes.rutgers.edu/4h/CurrentEvents.html
MOST IMPORTANT: Interested parents should enroll their children as soon as possible. The official registration deadline is coming up soon on March 9. However, all of the maximum 150 available slots for participants are likely to be gone very quickly, so sign up soon. Participants do not have to be 4-H members.
“This is a fun-filled event that encourages young people to get excited about science,” said Kelly Dziak, Morris County 4-H Program Associate.
“It supports the 4-H program’s involvement in hands-on science education. We want people to know that 4-H is for all kids with a passion for discovering new interests including like science and technology.”
A complete schedule of 4-H Science-sational Day activities and online registration can be found on the Morris County 4-H website by visiting http://morris.njaes.rutgers.edu/4h/ and scrolling down to Scienc-sational Day.
4-H is a youth development program that is open to grades K-13. In Morris County, which has more than 500 members of 4-H in Morris County, who are involved in more than 20 4-H clubs, after-school activities, school enrichment and camping programs.
The 4-H Youth Development Program is part of Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Morris County, the educational outreach program of Rutgers University in partnership with federal and county governments and private sector support.
For more information about 4-H Science-sational Day, or the 4-H program in general, contact the county 4-H Office at 973-285-8301.