Summer Thrive With McDowell 4-H

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young person beside a treeSummer Thrive is a program that provides fun, outdoor activities for families at the Marion Community Park or other places in downtown Marion each Saturday from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. Summer Thrive started on June 11 and will continue through August 20.

McDowell 4-H will be hosting Summer Thrive with McDowell 4-H on Saturday, July 16 from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the Marion Community Park. McDowell 4-H has fun activities planned that will be focused around the 4 H’s–Head, Heart, Hands, & Health.

Head–Tree Scavenger Hunt. Use your knowledge with a few hints to identify a few select trees in the Community Park. You may actually learn something.

Heart-Jumpstart Your Heart. Fun and exhilarating jump rope activities to get your heart pumping!

Hands-Pinecone Bird Feeders. Use your hands a make a pinecone bird feeder. Your neighborhood birds will love you for it.pinecone bird feeder

Health-Blind Veggie Taste Testing. Nothing gross or nasty, but fresh, healthy veggies. See if you know your veggies without seeing what you are putting in your mouth.

We will also have some seeds to giveaway, and experts will be there to answer your plant questions. Bring the whole family. It’s always FUN with McDowell 4-H!

Summer Thrive is hosted by the McDowell County Health Coalition with partner organizations like McDowell 4-H.