Clover Kids Super Saturday's!

New Opportunities for Clover Kids!!!

Clover Kids Super Saturday

March 15, 9am-12pm, Clinton County Fairgrounds, DeWitt, Iowa

What is Clover Kids?
Clover Kids is a FUN 4-H program for children in kindergarten through third grade. Children participate in hands-on activities designed to build life skills, strengthen motor skills, and explore topics related to art, science and so much more.
How can my child become a Clover Kid?
Clinton County Extension and Outreach is sponsoring Clover Kids Super Saturday at the auditorium on the Clinton County fairgrounds in DeWitt, Iowa on March 15, 2014 from 9a.m.—12p.m. This event is open to the public, giving parents, volunteers, and kids a chance to see what Clover Kids is all about! County Youth Coordinator, Brianne Johnson and Youth and Families Educator, Kelli Jahn will give families helpful information regarding how to join a club and what kids will do at club meetings, as well as an overview of what is required to start your own Clover Kids Club. The Clinton County 4-H project committees will give demonstrations and information regarding various animal species that Clover Kids may exhibit at the Clinton County Club Show. This event is FREE of charge.
For more information, contact Brianne Johnson or Kelli Jahn at the Clinton County Extension Office at (563) 659-5125.
 

Saturday Adventure Camps

The objective of these day camps is to offer opportunity for Clover Kids to participate in hand on activities that will help them build life skills, strengthen motor skills, and explore topics related to art, science, fitness, and much more. Watch for Clover Kids Days Camp Dates and topic to be posted in the monthly newsletter, e-mails, and on the Clinton County 4-H Facebook page. We will try to have at least one day camp a month.

Who can sign up? Any youth in grades K-3
 

Practical Pottery with Mr. Mooney at Rainbow Arts Studio Saturday, March 29th from 12:00-2:00 pm

Rainbow Pottery is located in the River Arts Center in Clinton, IA. This studio has so much for to offer than just simply painting a clay or ceramic piece. During this camp Mr. Mooneywill teach the kids how to pour/cast a clay critter. While this project dries, the kid will paint a bisque project and then trim an already cast item to learn what it is like to handle dry clay. If all works out well the kids will get their critter out of the mold in once piece. They will take home the damp clay project (if it survives) and bring it back to be fired if they want to paint it at a later date. This will be a messy fun time!!!!!!!! Cost for this will be $7.00.
Please click HERE to download the registration form. Registration forms can also be picked up at the Extension Office or requested via e-mail at kmjahn@iastate.edu

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