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  1. The Holidays are around the corner - learn how to make Pepper Jelly

    October 17, 2018, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Jefferson County Extension Office

    Pepper jelly is a perfect combination of sweet, sour and spicy flavors. When you make it yourself, you can select the spice level by using mild bell peppers or turn up the heat with a few Jalapenos or Habaneros. Most pepper jellys consist of a semi-translucent jelly with colorful suspended pepper pieces. Participants will watch a pepper jelly demonstration, taste test a variety of pepper jellies and take home recipes and directions to recreate them in your home kitchen. Note: The pepper jellies demonstrated in this workshop are not elegible to be sold as a Colorado Cottage Food product.

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  2. 4-H Information Night - What Can You Do in 4-H?

    October 18, 2018, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Arapahoe County Lima Plaza

    -H Information Night is the perfect opportunity for youth and parents to learn about how 4-H builds leaders. The program stretches far beyond what it is most commonly known for – agriculture activities and projects. It offers leadership, citizenship and life skills in areas of photography, food preservation, civics, clothing construction and more. Local youth and their parents are encouraged to learn and experience Arapahoe County’s 4-H program on Information Night. Some of the County’s most popular projects are shooting sports, cake decorating, clothing construction, rabbits and dogs. Small animals can be raised in most cities and give 4-H youth who live in urban settings the opportunity to learn about raising animals. Cats are another new animal project and the cat project caps off with a Cat Show at the County Fair. 4-H also offers numerous STEM projects, such as rocketry.

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