Remake Learning Days Across America Designed to Inspire Community Engagement

Ron Wilshire

Ron Wilshire

Published May 1, 2022 4:25 am

CLARION, Pa. (EYT) – Kelsi Boyles, an education program specialist at RIU6, recently informed Clarion Rotary Club members about the family-friendly festival of learning: Remake Learning Days Across America.

(PICTURED ABOVE: Rotarian Crystal Jewell and Kelsi Boyles, Riverview Intermediate Unit #6.)

Remake Learning Days Across America is a celebration of innovative learning.

As kids and families look for ways to reconnect with their communities and tap into meaningful in-person activities, Remake Learning Days Across America returns to the area and 16 other regions across the country with events designed to inspire active learning.

“During Remake Learning Days, we get to highlight innovation and become a connected community, helping spark new interests which could potentially develop into a lifelong passion and a possible career path for our youth,” Boyles explained.

“With over 60 events across Northwestern PA and many virtual events across the nation, families with kids of all ages can easily find hands-on learning activities. Plus, kids can also earn a career-ready PA badge from the PA Department of Education at select events. Take time to explore, wonder, and learn together.”

Now through May 23, regions around the country are hosting the nation’s biggest family-friendly festival of learning. With more than 1,000 events, Remake Learning Days has something for everyone to explore, including Art, Science, Technology, Outdoor Learning, Youth Voice, and Professional Development for Educators.

For more information and a complete schedule of Remake Learning Days, visit

Tina M. Horner, Director of Communications/Clarion University, contributed to this article.

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