4-H offers free summer “4-H Creativity Lab” program

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[June 01, 2016]  Logan County 4-H has plans for a “4-H Creativity Lab” program this summer at various sites around the Logan County Area. This “Lab” will focus on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) topics and activities. Due to the generosity of grant funding from the Illinois 4-H Foundation, the following sessions of “4-H Creativity Lab” will be offered free of charge and children ages eight and older are welcome to register to attend!

DESCRIPTION: The makerspace education movement blends the physical world with technology, engaging students in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) through hands-on creation with various low and high-tech materials and tools. Youth are invited to join us to make, build, and create their own fun at 4-H Creativity Lab! (Minimum 6/Maximum 25 participants per site)


  • June 7, 1—3 pm—Emden Community House (Hartem Clovers 4-H host)
  • June 16—1—2:30 pm—Lincoln Public Library (Pegram Room)
  • June 29 – 1 – 3 pm – Beason Methodist Church, Beason
  • July 13 – 1 – 3 pm – Elkhart Public Library
  • July 22—10 — 11:30 am – Atlanta Public Library

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To register youth for a session of the lab, please visit web.extension.illinois.edu/logan4h/and look under the “Register Online” options to assure a spot! You may also contact the Logan County Extension Office at 217-732-8289 or stop in at 980 N. Postville Dr., Lincoln, IL (NW corner of Logan County Fairgrounds) to register if interested.

For questions, or if you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please contact the Extension Office at 732-8289.

[Patty Huffer, Extension Program Coordinator]

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