Monroe County 4-H
Wednesday Weekly
February 10, 2021
Produced in New York Training and Event
Do you enjoy cooking or baking? Do you want to put your skills to the test? We are offering you the opportunity to do that in the Produced in New York Event! You will choose a product that has been produced in New York and you will incorporate that in a recipe of your choice. You will then make that recipe in front of an evaluator. You will receive feedback on your culinary skills, finished product, and completed menu planning sheet. If you are interested, learn more at our Training Workshop during February break. The Produced in New York event will hold virtual and in-person opportunities in March if there is enough interest.

Join 4-H staff and volunteers on Wednesday, February 17 at 10 AM to learn more about the 4-H Produced in New York event.

Registration is requested by Friday, February 12th.

Agricultural Literacy Week

Ag Literacy Week is so fun and such an important program that we will be offering it all month long in 2021!

How can you help to support? Consider sponsoring a book for $12!

If you would like to sponsor a book, you can access the donor form here.

4-H Mighty Monday in Collaboration with Seneca County 4-H

Join us for a fiber arts experience with special guest, Robin Houseworth, CCE Seneca County 4-H Educator and Alpaca Farmer with Cabin View Alpacas!

In this Mighty Monday, we will learn about alpacas and what is involved in the daily life of an Alpaca Farmer! We will begin to create two types of weaving projects together and you will finish them on your own. For this workshop, fiber art kits will be available for pick up at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County Office (2449 St, Paul Blvd, Rochester NY 14617) during the week prior to the event. Kits will also be available at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Office of Seneca County (308 Main Street Shop Centre, Waterloo, NY 13165). Kits picked up at the Seneca County Office are funded by the Sharon Nelson Fund. These kits will contain materials needed for the weaving creations. In addition to a fiber arts kit, participants will need tape and scissors on hand.

Register here to participate.

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