Chatham 4-H Fall Fun STEM Day – Friday, Oct. 14, 2022

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Come join us on Friday, Oct. 14th for our annual 4-H Fall Fun STEM Day!

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Who:  Youth ages 5-12

What: With no school that day, why not come and join 4-H for some fun? We’ll explore agritourism ventures by visiting Huckleberry Trail Farms in Siler City for pumpkin and corn maze fun, then we’ll take part in some fall-themed STEM activities on the farm. All crafting and STEM experiment materials will be provided. Please wear comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and closed-toe shoes.

When & Where: Friday, Oct. 14th from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Youth will report to the 4-H/Cooperative Extension office at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center (1192 US Hwy 64W Business, Pittsboro, NC 27312) to depart for the farm at 8:30 a.m. Youth will need to be picked up at the same location at 3:00 p.m. that afternoon. Transportation to/from the farm will be provided by Chatham County 4-H.

Cost: FREE (Due to the generous support of the local United Way of Chatham County.)  Youth will need to bring a bagged lunch with them that day. Water and snacks will be provided by 4-H.

How to Register for 4-H Fall Fun STEM Day 2022:

  1. You must be enrolled in 4-HOnline 2.0 to register for this event. If you have not yet enrolled for 2022, please visit our 4-HOnline 2.0 information page on how to successfully do this. (As an added bonus, enrolled members get instant notifications to register for county events  – like summer camps, fun days, etc. – and much more!)  4-H membership is FREE and is now required to participate in county 4-H programs. If you are not interested in joining a 4-H club, that is no problem. Just make sure to select “Chatham Members At Large” as your club selection in 4-HOnline.
  2. After completing 4-HOnline enrollment, 4-H staff will approve your initial enrollment which will allow you to see the available event offerings that you can pick from (i.e., 4-H Fall Fun Day).
  3. Log back into your 4-HOnline account and scroll to the bottom to see the event listings. After choosing your event, 4-H staff will be able to approve your registration(s) based on space availability.
  4. There is no payment required for this event, so please be sure to remember to (1) bring a bagged lunch, (2) wear comfortable clothes/shoes, and (3) be ready to have a good time :)
  5. We look forward to seeing you at 4-H Fall Fun Day!

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