Interested in exploring new topics for projects but not sure where to start? Check out our newest event, Project Spark! An opportunity to not only explore new topic areas but dive a little deeper! Let us help guide you through a few activities as we support you in building your own project!
We will be offering project skill building opportunities in both Woodworking and Sewing, along with additional learning activities at each of these events in February and March!
Both evening events will have skill building workshops to help 4-Her's prepare for a choice of two items to build at Exhibit Creation in April. You'll learn skills such as how to select the right type of wood, cutting, sanding, drilling, detail work, and finishing.
An introductory sewing activity, making a pillow, was offered at our Exhibit Creation event in January! And both evening events will include skill building workshops to help prepare 4-Her's to make pajama pants! Youth must attend the first session in February which will focus on types of fabric, pattern making, and cutting your pattern to prepare for the March session where you will learn various types of stitches and sew your project!
February 6th Details
*Sewing - Two part series, Part 2 will be March 6th 6-8 pm. Plan to attend both events. Prerequisite: must have made a pillow with Ann Supa or have basic sewing knowledge to sign up. Limit of 8 kids.
*Woodworking - skill building opportunity to improve woodworking knowledge. A 2nd skill building event will be offered on March 6th, 6-8 pm. Both skill building events are prerequisites for finishing the project in April at Exhibit Creation. Plan to attend all 3 events. Limit of 8 kids.
*Recycling Mania: When Trash Comes Back and How to Make Recycled Beads
*CLOVERBUDS - Cooking and Public Presentation Basics
TO REGISTER CLICK HERE: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/4-HProjectSpark2-6-19_203
March 6th Details
*Sewing - Two part series. Prerequisite: must have attended sewing at February Project Spark to sign up. Limit of 8 kids
*Woodworking - Skill building opportunity to improve woodworking knowledge. Both this and February's Project Spark are prerequisites for finishing the project in April at Exhibit Creation. Only open to kids that attended February Project Spark. Limit of 8 kids
*Outdoor Survival Skills - Create your own up-cycled outdoor cooking stove.
*Vet Tech - You will learn basic information about how to tell if an animal is healthy or sick and how to provide proper care from a local veterinarian.
*CLOVERBUDS - Recycling and Recycled Art
TO REGISTER CLICK HERE: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/4-HProjectSpark3-6-19-2_203
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