Summer will be here soon and we have some great day camps for this summer! You can do everything from fight zombies to creating your own robot to exploring the great outdoors. It's all waiting for you here!
4-H Day Camps are open to everyone! You don't need to be in 4-H to attend the camps. All camps are held at the Ada County Extension Office unless otherwise noted.
Here's a list of day camps: Farm Animals Come to Town - June 12th and 13thCrafty Clovers - June 20thZombie Fighting - June 21st and 22ndOutdoor Explorer - June 23rdFarm to Table and Back Again - June 26th and 27thCake Decorating/Candy Making - June 28th and 29thBeginner Robotics - July 24th and 25thSumo Bots - July 27th and 28th
It's that time of year again! There are many deadlines and important dates coming up, be sure to check your fairbook so you don't miss any of them. Here's a few to watch for:
July 26th: Horse Fair Entry forms are due to the Extension Office by 5 pm. These forms can be faxed (287-5909), mailed, or emailed (firstname.lastname@example.org) August 1st: All other fair entry forms are due to the Extension Office by 5 pm. These forms can also be faxed, emailed, mailed, or entered online at http://idahofair.com/August 10th: Interview Evaluations for the Horse Project only. Interviews are held at the Double Nickel Ranch. Your 4-H club leader will notify you of your interview times.August 13th and 14th: Interview Evaluations for all other projects. The interview is mandatory, call 287-5900 to schedule an interview time. August 15th: Bring your animals to the fair. Refer to the fairbook for times to bring each species. August 16th: First day of the Western Idaho Fair! Parents need to buy their par…