4-H Maker Program

illustration of a turkey, jack o latern and snowflakeOne afternoon each month October – December, 4-H Community Education Assistant Sara Conant will offer a themed-activity for youth ages 5-18. 5-8-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult to participate. Current 4-H enrollment is not necessary for participation in the Maker Monday program. You can choose to join us for one project or all three. Registration ends one week prior to each class or when full (open to a maximum of ten youth).

  • Dates: Tuesday, October 15; Tuesday, November 19; Monday, December 16
  • Time: 5:00 – 6:00 PM
  • Location: Varies by Month (please see each program below for specifics)
  • Cost: FREE

To register for Maker Programs, please fill out the form: Cumberland County 4-H Fall 2019 Maker Program (Google Doc)


Tuesday, October 15, 2019: Spooky Mystery

Windham Public Library
217 Windham Center Road
Windham, Maine

Participants will learn how to use a cryptograph to solve this Halloween Mystery of who stole all the chocolate!


Tuesday, November 19, 2019: Thanksgiving Canning Workshop

UMaine Extension Cumberland County Office
75 Clearwater Dr. Ste 104
Falmouth, Maine
Presented by Food Preservation Professional Kate McCarty

Participants will learn how to preserve some holiday treats like Cranberry sauce during this workshop.


Monday, December 16, 2019: Snowflake Crafts

Raymond Village Library
3 Meadow Road
Raymond, Maine

Participants will learn how to make a variety of snowflake crafts including coffee filter snowflakes and watercolor salt paintings.