Interested in learning how to prepare healthy snacks and learning how to cook? If so, register now for this fun 6-week 4-H SPIN Club, starting September 17! Let’s Start Cooking!
This begins Thursday, September 17. You can pick either 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. OR 4:30-5:30 p.m. This is perfect if you are doing distance learning or in person learning this fall! We have a time for both of you.
Join me in helping to lead this session!
Don’t forget! This starts next week (and Rebecca is helping to lead it!)
Please join me.
|Are you interested in learning about the connection between the environment and science, politics, human rights, and social justice?
Join Hamilton, Butler and Greene County 4-H for a six week Special Interest (SPIN) club on Tuesdays at 1:00 PM. From July 14, 2020 to August 18, 2020 you will meet virtually to dig into these topics and learn how you can use your hands, heart, head, and health to improve your community, county, and your world.
Registration closes on July 7!
This club is designed for youth age 13 and up. Some material covered in this club may not be age appropriate for younger youth.
You can register here: https://go.osu.edu/environmentalleadership
Join Hamilton County 4-H Volunteer Dean Rettig for the “Investigating Electricity” Virtual Special Interest (SPIN) Club!
Dates: Tuesday & Thursdays June 2, 2020- June 18, 2020
Times: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
- Going back and forth (galvanometer – AC vs DC)
- The Electric Detective’s Most Important Tool (Intro to Multi-Meter / volt-ohm meter
- To Flow or Not To Flow (conductors vs insulators
- Ohm’s Law (water bottle / garden hose demo)
- Decoding Circuit diagrams (Into to Circuit diagrams)
- Case of the Series Circuit – measuring voltages across items in series circuit
- Case of the Parallel Circuit
- Circuit Sense – more complicated circuits diagrams
- Short Circuits
Amazon Wish List:
- Volt/Ohm meter aka Multi-meter
- AA or D batteries
- battery holder
- paper clips
- 22 or 24 gauge wire
- flashlight bulb
- bulb holder
REGISTER HERE: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_beLF8Kl32cA7AEt
Here is another SPIN club opportunity.
Let’s explore the outdoors together! In this virtual 4-H Club, we will be exploring many outdoor related topics and then challenging you and your family to learn more on your own. For more information, visit our blog at: u.osu.edu/outdoorexplorer/.
Have fun in this virtual 4-H Special Interest SPIN Club learning how to make small gardens from easy to find items. Activities include seed starting, seed bombs, repurposing containers for the garden, herb and pizza gardens, terrariums, succulents, garden art, imagination gardens, and more!
Every Tuesday at 3:30-4:30 pm from May 28 to July 9
Location: ONLINE! Register at go.osu.edu/gardenspinclub
Details: Open to ANY youth grades 3-12. Limited to the first 25 to enroll
Contact information: Sue Hogan, Franklin County, Hogan.email@example.com
Discover how to turn trash into treasure.
See flyer for registration information. It will take place every Tuesday and Thursday, May 5-29 at 3:30 p.m. Free and open to everyone.
Pre-registration is required. Email Robin Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Extension colleagues, Jami Dellifield and Amanda Raines, are hosting a virtual SPIN club. See flyer for details.
Please register at http://go.osu.edu/thoughtsSPIN.
The SPIN club will be open to youth ages 13+ and will be held via ZOOM on Tuesdays from May 5 – June 9.