The club focuses on teaching the elements and principles of design and encourages developing artistic skills for a lifetime. Leaders strive to make art fun, using hands-on, out of the box, challenging activities – helping make lasting brain connections that will be very useful in the future of a child in many fields of life. Activities include drawing, painting, stamping, 3D models and projects that encourage creativity.
Love horses but can’t keep one in your bedroom? The club explores all the things you love about horses. They are considered a “horseless” club, which means that members do not have to own a horse to participate.
This is a 4-H horsemanship program that has levels for beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners. Each level has activities to help 4-H members learn about horses while developing life skills.
Calling all fashionistas—make your own knitted fashion accessories, gifts and more. No experience needed.
The leader will provide club members a chance to learn about air rifles and will promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, and ethical behavior. They will learn responsible use of firearms, including handling and storage in the home.
When a child joins the Columns Museum 4-H Club they will investigate anything and everything The Columns Museum has to offer.
Cooking, martial arts, sewing, drama are all projects to be explored through this club. Meetings are on Wednesdays, 4-6 pm at the Lackawaxen Firehouse. Leaders are Dorean Davies and Rhonda Beeler.
Horse ownership is not required.