Oneida County 4-H leaders are coordinating a Legos project group. Designed to foster critical thinking, creativity and problem-solving skills; youth will have the chance to receive guidance from leaders and ideas from other youth.
Lego building is educational while fun, and possibilities exist for the project group to participate in “challenges” as well as advance to more engineering skill-based Lego construction packages. All youth in grades three and up are invited to an introductory session Wednesday, Jan. 22 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the community room in the basement of the Rhinelander District Library.
Youth are asked to bring their own Legos, but there will be some extra Legos available for use that day for those who need them.
There is no charge to attend, and all youth are welcome whether or not they are currently enrolled in the 4-H program.
For more information, contact Lynn at the UW-Extension office: 715-365-2750.