NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — The annual Somerset County 4-H open house is returning this year on September 23, 2021 to welcome the local community with a free evening of hands-on learning and discovery with some of their over 65 clubs.
“This is a perfect opportunity for families to learn about 4-H directly from our members and volunteers whose lives have been positively impacted through our many county, state, national and international events, college scholarships, and volunteer opportunities,” stated Lisa Rothenburger, Somerset County 4-H agent.
From STEM to Arts and Culture, Animal Science to PREP aged kids between kindergarten and third grade, Somerset County 4-H clubs are completely free to join and are perfect for making friends, fostering leadership, teamwork, and boosting public speaking skills.
The open house, which will be hosted at The Ted Blum 4-H Center, will run from 6:30pm to 8:30pm and will aim to be a fun, educational, and engaging evening out for all families. No registration is required, but masks will be mandatory while on the premises.
“Many of our youth members and leaders are excited to finally be welcoming families back to the center, the open house is always an event they look forward to participating in,” stated Carol Ward, Somerset County 4-H agent.
To learn more about Somerset County 4-H, as well as how you can get involved in your community, visit their website at 4histops.org.