Posted Thursday, March 5th, 2020
Open to All Students in Morris County; Space is Limited
Calling all young Morris County scientists – or kids who just want to have some science fun!
Explore new ideas, put your designs to the test, and discover a new love for science at Morris County’s 12th annual “4-H Science-sational Day,” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 28 at County College of Morris in Randolph. Participants do not have to be 4-H members.
Kids can explore all sorts of fun and exciting science at the event, which is for specifically designed for Morris County youths in grades K-6.
Interested parents should enroll their children as soon as possible. The official registration deadline is March 15. However, available slots for participants are likely to be gone very quickly.
“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 science and technology.”
4-H Science-sational Day offers 6 choices of lively, hands-on workshops, split into various grade levels, on a variety of science topics including biology, entomology, engineering, physics, and more.
The day will kick-off with a large group activity presented by Mad Science.
More than 6 million boys and girls participate in 4-H programs nationwide. More than 500 youths are members of 4-H in Morris County, including children from all backgrounds and interests.
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.