Fortson 4-H Center:
Science Night Kits:
You are able to rent our GEN Science Night Kits for $50.00. Each kit includes 20-25 different lessons/activities. The GEN Science Night Kits are geared toward a science night at a school or other organizations science focused event.
For more information about Garden Earth Naturalist Science Night Kits visit the GEN Website.
Saturdays at Fortson
Bring your family to Fortson 4-H Center the 2nd Saturday of the month. Every month we will offer a different activity for you and your family to enjoy. Click here for a list of the programs we will offer. Programs are 2 hours long and start at 9:30am. Admission is $5/person. Pre-registration required and closes the 1st Friday of each month. Contact Allen Nasworthy for more information.
April 1-5th, 2013
Camp EcoAdventure dates are set for the Spring! Register now for the early bird discount! Campers will learn about our animals in our barn, see our snakes and turtles, shoot a bow and arrow, and be able to climb our wall and zip down the zip line! Parents will drop their camper off in the morning and pick them up in the evening.
July 7-11 and July 14-18, 2013
Fortson is a great place for kids to meet new friends! You will drop off your children on Sunday, and pick them up on Thursday evening. You can choose to send your child for one week or for both weeks. Fill out your application now. Applications can be found here: Applications 2013-Community Camp
November 11-12, 2013
Project Wet, Wild, and Learning Tree will be offered at Fortson 4-H Center. This training is for individuals interested in conducting lessons for their school or organization. Participants will receive educational materials and resources to help make their workshop a success. Professional Learning Units or continuing education credits are available. Don't miss out on this chance to network with other natural resource professionals and learn about other educational resources! The application for the training can be found at this link: PLT, WET, WILD Training NOV 2013. Contact Allen Nasworthy for more information.