4-H Polar Mystery SPIN Club

Learn about Earth’s frozen landscape by solving a data mystery and become a polar scientist yourself in this exciting new 4-H Special Interest (SPIN) Club offered for the first time in person! (Note: this was previously held via Zoom). Hosted by Franklin County 4-H and presented by experts at Byrd Polar Climate and Research Center, youth will discover the Arctic and Antarctica through engaging activities. Special considerations apply. The program is offered jointly by OSU Extension, Franklin County; the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, and collaborators at Rutgers University.

This opportunity is designed for youth in grades 6th-8th. To register, visit https://go.osu.edu/polar21.

Virtual SPIN Club – Get Crafty!

If you like to craft then this virtual SPIN club is for you! This virtual SPIN Club is for youth Grades 3-12, who want to learn and create a variety of art projects. During this 6 week SPIN club, participants will receive information and then actively create projects during the 1-hour meeting time. An Art Gallery will spotlight the club participants’ projects on April 29.

The club will meet via Zoom on Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m. starting on March 25th and ending on April 29th.

Interested? Register at go.osu.edu/crafty.