Throughout the year, the 4-H program offers activities and special events outside of the local club environment. Some occur annually, while others are one-time special opportunities.
Basketball Tournament, youth team event held in March
Performing Arts Day:
Held in February
Curtain Call / Drama, group event - sign up through a 4-H Club
Curtain Call Evaluation Form
Demo Day - 4-H Demonstrations, individual event
Demo Day Critique Form
4-H offers a variety of camps, from day camps to over night camps, to one-day camps. Membership in 4-H is not required for camp participation.
As camps are added to the calendar, information about those camps will be found here:
S.T.E.M. Camp is a 3 day camp for youth ages 5-8 with hands on activities and experiments focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
4-H Summer Camp is an overnight camp that takes place each year in August at Camp Anokijig on Little Elkhart Lake in Plymouth, WI.
Youth ages 9-16 enjoy three nights at camp. Their days are spent doing a variety of activities including swimming, boating, canoeing, archery, horseback riding, low-ropes, team building, and educational crafts. Each evening they enjoy campfires, songs, skits and special themed programs.
4-H Summer Camp provides leadership training and opportunites for the older youth who, along with 4-H adult volunteers, plan and organize camp activities.
If you are interested in attending Camp Anokijig in August with the Waukesha County 4-H Program please complete the attached Google form by July 31, 2018.
We hope you can join us on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 from 5:30 - 8:00 PM for the 4-H Open House at the Waukesha County Expo Center.
Blue Ribbon Gala - 4-H Fundraiser held in March
If you would like to donate to the Gala you can find the letter and form here.
For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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