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4-H clover 4-H Cloverbud Power: Save the earth!

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Date

Add to Calendar 2021-04-18 15:30:36 2021-04-18 16:30:36 4-H Cloverbud Power: Save the earth! Cloverbud Power! is a fun, hands-on program for youth in grades K-2. During a live, virtual hour of activities, youth will explore a variety of topics through projects, movement, art and time with other 4-H Cloverbuds. Each session will be led by 4-H adult volunteers and youth leaders. Families are encouraged to participate alongside your Cloverbud. Earth Day is April 22. But what is Earth Day? The 2021 worldwide theme is “Restore Our Earth.” 4-H'ers will learn about the important role of science in making a HUGE difference towards saving the planet. We will use movement, art, projects and FUN to learn about Earth Day! A workshop kit with surprises and supplies will be mailed to you ahead of the session. You will need an adult size t-shirt that can be cut up for a project during the workshop! Learn more about 4-H Cloverbuds. America/Chicago public

Time

Location

Online

Contact

Heidi Wyatt, wyat003@umn.edu

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Cloverbud Power! is a fun, hands-on program for youth in grades K-2. During a live, virtual hour of activities, youth will explore a variety of topics through projects, movement, art and time with other 4-H Cloverbuds. Each session will be led by 4-H adult volunteers and youth leaders. Families are encouraged to participate alongside your Cloverbud.

Earth Day is April 22. But what is Earth Day? The 2021 worldwide theme is “Restore Our Earth.” 4-H'ers will learn about the important role of science in making a HUGE difference towards saving the planet. We will use movement, art, projects and FUN to learn about Earth Day! A workshop kit with surprises and supplies will be mailed to you ahead of the session. You will need an adult size t-shirt that can be cut up for a project during the workshop!

Learn more about 4-H Cloverbuds.

Audience

This event is open to youth in grades K-2 and their families in the 15 county central region (Anoka, Benton, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, McLeod, Meeker, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne, Stearns, Washington, Wright).

Cost

Free

Registration

Registration deadline is April 12. Youth must enroll in 4-H prior to registering for the event.

For assistance with registration, use this guide or contact Heidi Wyatt at wyat0003@umn.edu.

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