Past Events

  1. Jul. 05, 2020 (All day) to Jul. 10, 2020 (All day)

    ExploreAg introduces students to the various careers in science, engineering and technology in agricultural industries. ExploreAg is open to students from varied backgrounds, with diverse skills and interests, and provides them with an opportunity to explore and understand available career paths in the agriculture and food industries. The camps are FREE. ExploreAg will offer four camp sessions in 2020!

  2. Jul. 02, 2020 3:30pm to 4:30pm

    Have fun in this virtual 4-H Special Interest SPIN Club learning how to make small gardens from easy-to-find items. Activities include seed starting, seed bombs, repurposing containers for the garden, herb and pizza gardens, terrariums, succulents, garden art, imagination gardens and more! WHEN: Every Thursday at 3:30PM from May 28 - July 9 COST: FREE DETAILS: Designed for grades 3-12; adults welcome. Space is limited to the first 25 to enroll. 

  3. Jul. 01, 2020 2:00pm to 3:00pm

    In 4-H, we believe in the power of young people. Through self-chosen projects, kids are paired with mentors and given opportunities to lead. These projects and experiences bring out their potential, their passions, and their drive to help others as we empower them to become true leaders. So what better way to help close the gender gap in science, technology, engineering and mathematics than to join the movement to change the image of what a programmer or scientist looks like and does. Inspired by girls who CODE. 

  4. Jul. 01, 2020 11:00am to 12:00pm

    Virtual 4-H Club for outdoor enthusiasts! You don't have to be involved with 4-H to join. The club will last 9 weeks, and each week is a different lesson. We hope to challenge each participant to learn more about those skills as a family. We hope to see you each week, but it is okay if you cannot attend all weeks. Space is limited and geared towards novice level or beginners. WHEN: Wednesdays, 11AM - 12PM, June 3 - July 29 COST: FREE WHERE: Virtual

  5. Jun. 30, 2020 4:00pm to 5:00pm

    Are you planning to can your own food this year? Curious about home food preservation methods and interested in learning more? Although we continue to work from home as canning season begins, OSU Extension professionals are available to answer your home food preservation questions and provide credible resources to help you can safely and successfully. You may also be interested in our second series - Food Preservation 101. Please click here for more information. Both series are free and open to all.

  6. Jun. 26, 2020 10:00am to 10:45am

    Are you planning to can your own food this year? Curious about home food preservation methods and interested in learning more? Although we continue to work from home as canning season begins, OSU Extension professionals are available to answer your home food preservation questions and provide credible resources to help you can safely and successfully. You may also be interested in our second series - Food Preservation Office Hours. Please click here for more information.

  7. Jun. 25, 2020 3:30pm to 4:30pm

    Have fun in this virtual 4-H Special Interest SPIN Club learning how to make small gardens from easy-to-find items. Activities include seed starting, seed bombs, repurposing containers for the garden, herb and pizza gardens, terrariums, succulents, garden art, imagination gardens and more! WHEN: Every Thursday at 3:30PM from May 28 - July 9 COST: FREE DETAILS: Designed for grades 3-12; adults welcome. Space is limited to the first 25 to enroll. 

  8. Jun. 24, 2020 11:00am to 12:00pm

    Virtual 4-H Club for outdoor enthusiasts! You don't have to be involved with 4-H to join. The club will last 9 weeks, and each week is a different lesson. We hope to challenge each participant to learn more about those skills as a family. We hope to see you each week, but it is okay if you cannot attend all weeks. Space is limited and geared towards novice level or beginners. WHEN: Wednesdays, 11AM - 12PM, June 3 - July 29 COST: FREE WHERE: Virtual

  9. Jun. 24, 2020 (All day)

    Attention home canners: Family and Consumer Sciences Educator Jenny Lobb would like to remind you that if you are a home canner using a dial gauge presser canner, you should have the dial on your canner tested annually for accuracy. To help you can safely and successfully, Jenny will be available for no-contact dial gauge canner testing at the Franklin County Extension office by appointment on June 23 & 24. 

  10. Jun. 23, 2020 (All day)

    Attention home canners: Family and Consumer Sciences Educator Jenny Lobb would like to remind you that if you are a home canner using a dial gauge presser canner, you should have the dial on your canner tested annually for accuracy. To help you can safely and successfully, Jenny will be available for no-contact dial gauge canner testing at the Franklin County Extension office by appointment on June 23 & 24. 

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