There are so many events going on during the summer months with 4-H that hopefully we haven't left any out! Save this calendar of events so you don't miss out on anything.
State Archery Contest, Caldwell Gun Club. This is also a qualifying event for the national contest!
June Kids Camp, 3 days in Donnelly by the lake, camping with friends in cabins!
Begin registering for the County Oral Presentations. Call 287-5900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your appointment. Blue ribbon presentations will be qualified to compete at the district contest during the Western Idaho Fair.
District II Horse Camp, Donnelly. Bring your horse to a great camp. Trail rides, workshops, this is an opportunity to spend time camping with your horse.
Idaho Youth Pig Camp at the Expo Idaho. Learn more about the Idaho swine industry, showmanship, fair preparation and more. The cost is $15. Register by June 13 to guarantee a shirt! Idaho Pig Camp registration.
Western Heritage Clinic. Revisit our heritage with roping, working cattle and rodeo events. The cost is $20 per rider. Join us at McBride Stables in Kuna at 8:30 am.
Idaho Teen Conference. Spend a few days on the University of Idaho campus while attending workshops and meeting new friends. This conference is open to all youth in grades 8 to 12. You missed this year, but look for information next year around March.
Early Bird deadline for Teen Camp. Teen Camp is held in Donnelly on Cascade Lake. The camp is open to all youth in 6 to 8 grades at a cost of $230. Spend 5 days enjoying the lake with fishing, swimming, and more! There will be games and workshops, a dance, and a trip to the hot springs! Check out the website for more information.
4-H clubs are invited to collect food for the Idaho Humane Society. Bring your donations by July 1st to the Ada County Extension Office.
The club that collects the most food will receive a tour of the Idaho Humane Society. We're asking everyone to help collect food. You can also call the Idaho Humane Society and find where they have the most need.
Now that school's out and summer feels like it's here we're thinking about the fair! There are some changes to the FCS fair entry forms. Here's what you need to know:
Turn all FCS (non-animal) fair entry forms and horse fair entry forms in to the Extension Office.
Turn all animal forms (small and large animals) in to the Premium Office.
Horse fair entry forms are due on Friday, July 22.
All other forms are due on Monday, August 1.
Interview Evaluations for everyone (except the horse project) are being scheduled a different way this year. Please see the instructions for how to schedule your appointments.
Interviews will be held on August 15 and 16 at Expo Idaho.