2020 4-H Summer Fun at Home

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COVID-19 has changed how we do programs currently. NC State University has required that we not have face-to-face youth programs until at least August. If you consider how many individual kids and their families come into our office for 4-H programs during the summer, it would be very hard to maintain social distancing and disinfection protocols after every group to ensure the safety of our community while in the EBCI Cooperative Extension Office.

So, this summer we will be offering 4-H programming that will be a series of at-home weekly challenges. There are a lot of benefits to this! One, the challenges are designed to get your kids outside or active in your home. Two, you don’t have to worry about being busy and not making a scheduled program. These challenges can be done from your home on your own time!

Summer Fun at Home Schedule

For more information about each individual challenge, please check out the registration links on Eventbrite! Registration for June challenges opens on May 20 and registration for July challenges opens on July 22.

Photography Challenge – Register online

Adulting Challenge Register online

Cherokee Culture Video Challenge, registration available July 22!

Summer Cooking Challenge, registration available July 22!

Additionally, this summer we will continue to have our Family Culture Circle every Tuesday at 1 p.m. on Zoom. Each week, a 4-H volunteer leads a time with Cherokee storytelling and a basic Cherokee language lesson! Go to go.ncsu.edu/familyculturalcircle to register

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