August 4, 2020 4:00 a.m.
The Oregon State University Extension Service of Douglas County 4-H Positive Youth Development program is offering a five-week series of expressive art workshops for youth ages 9-19 throughout this month.
The Make 2 Show 4-H Summer Series focuses on a different static exhibit project each session. Participants will have the opportunity to work on two projects during the session. One completed project will be left with 4-H to be displayed at the OSU Extension Office and then entered into the 2021 Douglas County Fair. Following the fair, the projects may be taken home. Each participant will have the opportunity to take one project home at the end of the session.
Classes range from leathercraft to beginning blacksmithing, floral design, jewelry making and more. Each class has a limited enrollment. Youth do not need to be an enrolled member of 4-H to participate. The first class will be Wednesday afternoon at the OSU Extension Service Annex Auditorium on Southeast Douglas in Roseburg.
Each session is $10 per person and registration is required. Go to https://extension.oregonstate.edu/program/4h/douglas/events for registration details.