4-H Science Saturdays

4-H to hold Science Saturdays at Newark locations

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11:43 a.m., March 19, 2014--The University of Delaware Cooperative Extension 4-H program will hold a series of six Science Saturdays on the first Saturday of May, September, October, November and December at different locations around Newark, including the UD campus and the New Castle County Cooperative Extension Office.

These workshops are for youths ages 8-12. 

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The workshops are co-sponsored by Dow Chemical and 4-H, and are designed to give participants hands-on experiences in animal science, entomology, habitat conservation, geocaching, math, plant and soil sciences, biotechnology, forensics, food science and chemistry.

The first Science Saturday will be held on Saturday, April 5, from 9 a.m.-noon at UD’s Fischer Greenhouse. During this workshop, participants will receive a tour of the UD dairy farm and will get to perform experiments with dairy products. 

Registration for the first workshop is due by Friday, March 28. 

Click here to download the registration form

For any additional questions, contact the New Castle County 4-H office at 302-831-8965. 

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