March 2020
News from NC Cooperative Extension, Currituck
Don't Forget! Open House

There is still time to register and attend the Currituck Cooperative Extension Open House. We have a variety of fun activities and program samples planned for you and your family.

Join your local Cooperative Extension staff for an Open House on Monday, March 16 from 6-8 p.m. Come experience all that Extension has to offer. You’ll be able to experience various youth-related projects through 4-H booths including hydroponics, camp experiences, horse skills, electric project and more. See what our Family and Consumer Sciences department has to offer through their interactive demonstrations on healthy foods, food preservation, Medicare education and more. Our agriculture program will dazzle you with information on planting, pruning, local crops, and other related displays. You’ll also get a preview of upcoming events for 2020 and may just walk away with a free registration for some upcoming classes!

While there is no fee to attend this floating event, please help us plan for your visit by registering at https://currituckopenhouse.eventbrite.com . We can’t wait to let you in on “the best-kept secret!”

Agriculture
Bee Series...
Starting this April, N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center, in partnership with the Beekeepers of the Albemarle, will bee conducting an un-bee-lievable new series: Bees! Bee-ginning on April 9, 2020, with “Basics,” we’ll cover how to get started raising bees, where to buy them, laws and regulation, tools and more!
Family & Consumer Sciences
Gardening & Cooking: Salad Greens...
Are you finding it hard to keep up with your resolution to eat healthy a few months into the New Year? If you’re looking for delicious recipes from vegetables you’ve grown, we’ve got the class for you! Join N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck County on April 23, 2020, from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. to learn how to create beautiful and edible container gardens filled with numerous salad greens.
4-H
BBQ Boot Camp...
Calling all Master Chefs ages 8-18! Is your child interested in cooking on the grill? Then we have the class for you! Sign your child up for BBQ Bootcamp at North Carolina Cooperative Extension of Currituck County.
Upcoming Events
Check out  go.ncsu.edu/currituckeventbrite  for a complete listing of classes.
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