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4-H daycamps planned for summer

Douglas County 4-H will offer four daycamps throughout the summer, giving youth who have completed grades K-4 the opportunity to play games, make crafts, meet new friends and more. (Contributed photo)

With its summer daycamps, Douglas County 4-H offers youth the opportunity to meet new friends, learn new games and have summer adventures. This year, there are four daycamps for youth who have completed grades K-4:

Wednesday, June 26: Power Up at Alexandria City Park. Learn how electricity, wind, water and the sun light up the world.

Wednesday, July 17: Art Outdoors at Lake Osagi Park, Osakis. Explore the world of art. Enjoy a day of crafts and fine arts with hands-on activities and colorful projects to take home.

Wednesday, July 24: Out of this World at Evansville Elementary School. Learn about space, rockets, planets, the solar system and more. Enjoy games and have lots of fun.

Friday, August 16: County Fair at Douglas County Fairgrounds, Alexandria. Spend the day at the county fair. Go on barn tours, enjoy a treat at the food stands and play games.

Daycamps begin at 9 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. Youth are asked to bring their own sack lunch.

Registration is $7 per person for each day camp or $25 for all four camps. Register one week prior to camp. To register or for more information, call (320) 762-3890, e-mail, or visit the Douglas County Extension Office at 720 Fillmore Street, Suite B090, Alexandria.