b'DIY CHOCOLATE PRESENTATION ISCome learn the history of chocolate, andEVERYTHING AT THE FAIRhow its made, and make your own barWant to show your flowers in the El-to take home! lis County Fair but you are not in 4-H? Entry Deadline:April 10 Yes! Then this workshop is for you! Learn some Entry Fee:$15.00 tips, tricks and entry requirements from Certi-Held onWednesday, April 17 fied Master Gardeners to help make your flowers Times:6:30 - 8:00pm look their best for presentation. There will be a Ages:16 & older few changes in the Open Class Flower categories Location:Leisure Center for 2019. Those changes will be discussed in this Limitations:Min. 3 Max. 15 class. You will also be creating a small arrange-Instructor:Jessica Moffitt ment to take home with you. Sign up right away! Certified Health Education Specialist Entry Deadline:April 17Entry Fee:$10.00PREPARE FOR YOUR SPRINGHeld on:Tuesday, April 30GARDEN Times:7:009:00pmThings to do-scanning and planning be- Ages:15 & olderfore you actually go out to plant seeds! Limitations:Min. 8 Max. 20Entry Deadline:April 17 Location:Ellis County Extension OfficeEntry Fee:$15.00 Instructor:K-State Extension Master GardenersHeld On:Saturday, April 20Times:2:00pm HOW TO CREATE A T-SHIRT Ages: 18 & older QUILTLocation:Leisure Center T-shirt quilts are a great gift idea and Limitations:Min. 2 Max. 10 remedy for the box of shirts we love but Instructor:Nan Sundgren (Prairie Nana) dont wear anymore. In this How To course, you will learn how to cut, stabilize, design, piece, and KANSAS HUNTER EDUCATION CLASS finish a quilt in a traditional finished look. Sew-Kansas Hunter Education teaches new hunters toing experience is required but for this course you be ethical, safe and knowledgeable. The coursewill not need to bring your sewing machine. I will consists of subjects covering hunter responsibili- provide handouts to help take the information ty, ethics, fair chase, history of firearms, firearmshome and a Teflon sheet for stabilizing. A supply basics, ammunition, basic gun safety, field safety,list will be given to you when you register! If you bow hunting, conservation and wildlife manage- are looking to start sewing take the Beginners ment, wildlife of Kansas, outdoor emergencies,Sewing class and get in some experience so you Kansas hunting regulations and boating safety forcan join us for this class as well.hunters.The traditional hunter education courseEntry Deadline:Session 1: April 24is organized and conducted by volunteer instruc- Session 2: May 29tors. Students MUST turn 11 by the last day ofSession 3: July 3class in order to receive their Hunter EducationSession 4: July 31Card.All parents are welcome to attend theEntry Fee:$25.00 per sessionclasses with their child.Students are REQUIREDHeld on:Session 1: Wednesday, May 8to attend both days.Session: 2 Wednesday, June 5Entry Deadline:Session 1: April 17 Session 3: Wednesday, July 10Session 2: August 14 Session 4: Wednesday, August 7Entry Fee:$5.00 per person Time:6:30 - 8:30pmHeld on:Session 1: Friday & Sat. - April 19 & 20 Ages:18 & olderSession 2: Thurs. & Sat. - August 15 &17 Location:Leisure CenterTimes:Session 1: Friday1:006:00pm Limitations:Min. 3 Max. 12Saturday: 8:00am12:00pmSession 2: Thursday6:00 - 9:30pmSaturday - 8:00am - 5:00pmAges:11 & older as of the last day of classLocation: Recreation CenterLimitations:Min. 10 Max. 3514 Hays Recreation Commission - 1105 Canterbury Drive - Hays, KS 67601'