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4-H open house Oct. 23

GREENFIELD – Learn about joining 4-H in an open house event 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23 at the Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds, 620 Apple St.

The 4-H program is for youth in third grade through 12th grade; Mini 4-H is for youth in kindergarten through second grade. Participants gain knowledge and experiences in project areas of their choosing, gaining youth leadership, citizenship and cooperative skills, according to an event flier from Hancock County Purdue Extension. For questions, email [email protected] or call 317-462-1113.

Owl program set at nature camp

GREENFIELD – Learn about the world of owls in a family-friendly nature program Nov. 19 at Nameless Creek Camp.

“Take Flight – Wildlife Education” is geared for elementary-aged children but all are welcome. Families will hear a story, create a nature craft and see a live owl up close. The event is 1-3 p.m. Nov. 19. Cost is $15 for one registrant; $25 for two; $35 for three; and $50 for four or more.

Deadline to register is Nov. 14. Visit namelesscreekyouthcamp.com and click the registration link from the home page.

Trunk or Treat participants sought

MCCORDSVILLE – The Town of McCordsville is seeking participants for a Trunk or Treat event, scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25 in the Outlook Christian Church parking lot, 6531 N. 600W., McCordsville.

Individuals or businesses are asked to arrive at 2 p.m. and park and decorate their trunk for a decorating contest. Vehicles must be decorated and ready to hand out candy by 3 p.m., and remain parked at the event until 5 p.m. Registration forms may be picked up at town hall, 6280 W. 800N., McCordsville; at mccordsville.org; or through email, [email protected]

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