Mad Science Workshop

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two kids doing science experiments

Doing simple science experiments is one of the easiest ways for kids to learn to be problem solvers and critical thinkers and help them develop a curiosity about the world around them. These skills empower kids to be confident in their ability to handle life’s challenges which is a life skill that cannot be overrated! Plus they are a ton of fun to do and a great way to make memories with your family. Join the Currituck County 4-H staff for a fun-filled evening of “mad science” on Jan 22, 2021, at 6 p.m. Participants will conduct two fun-filled experiments and learn the chemical science behind lava lamps and carbon dioxide eruptions.

This FREE virtual workshop is for youth ages 8-12 years old. The workshop will be conducted via a Zoom meeting. Youth will be registering through Eventbrite and will be sent a Zoom link the morning prior to the workshop. All supplies will be provided and handed out during a scheduled drive through pick up from 4 to 6 p.m. on January 18 or 19. After you complete your registration please call Stephanie Minton at 252-232-2262 and schedule your supply pick-up time. Youth that register will also have to be registered in 4-H Online. Parents will receive information to do that portion of the registration process after January 11.

To register for this class please visit The deadline to register for this workshop is January 15, 2021. 

If you have any questions and for more information or accommodations for persons with disabilities please contact or Stephanie Minton via email at, or Sherry Fischlschweiger, no later than five business days before the event.