4-H Brings Summer Day Camps to YOU-th!

Black Hawk County 4-H’s Summer Day Camp dates have been coordinated for 2017. Day Camps are open to all area and community youth.

Kindergarten, First, Second Grade Youth:

Kindergarten through Second Graders can join the 4-H STEM Intern and Volunteers for an Island Adventure on June 12 (Waterloo), June 19 (Elk Run Heights), June 20 (Cedar Valley Arboretum), or June 27 (Cedar Valley Arboretum).

Youth in attendance will explore and learn about ocean and coastal life: this includes everything from otters to whales! They will use maps to study the island and learn all about island survival. The best part? They get to be pirates for the day while learning and making friends!

Third, Fourth, Fifth Grade Youth:

Third, Fourth, and Fifth Graders can participate in the camp based off the book series, “A Series of Unfortunate Events” on June 13 (Waterloo), June 21 (Elk Run Heights), June 22 (Cedar Valley Arboretum), or June 29 (Cedar Valley Arboretum)!

The “Series of Unfortunate Events” day camp involves hands-on activities that teach basic science principles and critical thinking. Together, participants will explore reptiles, the science behind inventions, and more!

Register your child today!

Day Camp activites may be inside or outside depending on activity and location—all activities are led in a safe and clean environment. Youth participants should bring a sack lunch. Beverages and snacks are provided to participants throughout the day!

All day camps are from 9AM-3PM; cost for attendance is $15.00. To register, mail the correct form and payment to the BHC Extension Office or call the office today! Each camp has a limit of 20 youth participants.

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