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Art for Heart

Art for Heart LogoOn June 5, 4-H members from across the county will be showcasing their art work to benefit the Pueblo Child Advocacy Center. The opening reception is from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Broadway Cup-n-Cork. All art work will be for sale and on display during the month of June. We invite you to come and take a look, and perhaps make a purchase to support this worhty cause!

Adventure Day Camp

It's time for Adventure Day Camp! This year it will be August 4, 5, and 6, 2015, and is open to kids who are not in 4-H and who are aged 6 to 11 (must have completed kindergarten and be 6 years old by the time camp starts).

We have a lot of fun activities planned and this year the kids are going to investigate and experiment with various forms of matter – gases, liquids, solids, semi-solids.

You can see the flyer here or download the registration form here. The registration cost is $15.00 per child, cash or check. Registration forms and payment are due by July 17. We have room for 100 kids.


Who We Are, What We Do

CSU Extension is the front door to Colorado State University. Our mission, concisely put, is to help you put knowledge to work.

Our office brings the resources of Colorado State University directly to you.  Our staff is dedicated to providing ALL residents of Pueblo County with informal, non-credit education.  As part of a nation-wide system, we use the latest research to help you learn more about: youth development and involvement (Pueblo Youth Naturally "PYN" & 4-H), gardening & horticulture, healthy eating/nutrition, food safety, family relationships, personal finances, anger management, parenting, natural resources, agriculture, and much more.

Our office is located at:
701 Court Street, Suite C
719- 583-6566

Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed holidays

Directions and map to 701 Court St., Pueblo, CO


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