Go to the 4-H Camp Riversite Page for the Exploring Your Environment Events!
For All Camp Info…See the NEW 4-H Summer Camp Web Page!
4-H Base Camp – Upham Woods, Wisconsin Dells, WI
CANCELLED – July 12th – 16th, 2020
4-H Outpost Camp – Wyalusing State Park, WI
CANCELLED – July 23rd – 26th, 2020
CLOVERBUD DAY CAMP – At Extension – Sheboygan County
Come back in 2021 for the Anything Goes Competition which is always a great time to celebrate the end of the Fair with club members and other 4-Hers. Please watch for more information regarding this event and the possibility of it taking place. Talk to your club members, form a team, and get ready to get wild, sticky, wet and dirty in the annual Anything Goes Competition!!
Each club may enter one or more teams. If a club has more than 5 people, they can form a second team. Two clubs may combine to make up a team, as needed for ages and alternates.
All team members must be registered 4-H members and/or Cloverbuds. Each team must have one member age 11 or younger, and one member age 13 or older. 4-H Alumni Teams are welcome to join in the fun!
The games will be scored on accuracy and/or time.
- All team members should be prepared to get wet and/or dirty! All participants should bring a towel and an extra change of clothes!
To register, contact the Extension with your team roster!
Awards and Recognition Ceremony
Monday, November 25th, 2019 6:00 p.m.
Acuity, Sheboygan, WI
This ceremony celebrates achievements of 4-H members through community service and participation in 4-H events throughout the year. Members earn progressive awards, finishing with the highest award; the Emerald Achievement Award.
Project Awards are given to 4-H members who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in a project they are involved in throughout the year (i.e. Overall Achievement, Natural Sciences and Communications). The Friend of 4-H Award is given out to different stakeholders in 4-H who have provided help with the program throughout the year.
2021 East Metro Region Winter Leadership Camp
Attention youth leaders in grades 6-8 and adult 4-H volunteers! Don’t miss your chance to participate in Winter Leadership Camp 2021! It is always a great weekend full of leadership development and fun! From team building, group facilitating, and goal setting to sledding, night hikes, and campfires, there will be something for everyone! Mark your calendars now for a terrific time…this year’s Winter Leadership Camp will be held February TBD, 2021, at Camp TaPaWingo near Mishicot, WI. Older youth from throughout Northeast Wisconsin will come together at 4-H Winter Leadership camp to work on improving their leadership skills through hands-on, interactive leadership sessions. Youth will gain a better understanding of what it means to be a leader and how to apply being a youth leader in their club, county, and school. Along with leadership learning, youth will have opportunities to participate in a variety of recreational activities that may include sledding/tubing, snowshoeing, crazy games, and other outdoor activities. Adult leader volunteers are needed as chaperones to support youth in learning leadership skills and experiencing the great outdoors. Watch for registration details.
Movie and Pizza Night
TBD February, 2021
You won’t want to miss this great event sponsored by the Sheboygan County Youth Association. There will be pizza, popcorn, games and a couple of great movies! Contact Nancy at the Extension to reserve your spot. The cost is just $5 per person or $10 per family!
- 5:30 pm Pizza
- 5:45 pm Get to know each other activities
- Movies to follow
Project Day is an exciting, fun-filled day with a variety of workshops for 4-H members to learn new skills and make items they can enter in the fair, or make just for fun!
THE 4-H FINE ARTS FESTIVAL, COMMUNICATION, MUSIC & DRAMA
Saturday TBD, 2021
The 4-H Fine Arts Festival will be held at Sheboygan Falls High School. This new event will combine the Communication Arts Festival and the Music & Drama Festival into one day of creativity and fun.
The results of our recent survey showed that respondents found both festivals to be beneficial to the participating youth and wanted them to continue.
The 4-H Fine Arts Festival will conclude with a joint ceremony to recognize excellence in art and the 4-H youth that participated.
The Music & Drama portion will continue to have club musicals and skits, solos & duets and the 4-H Concert Band. Judges will meet with the performers and offer their feedback following each performance.
The Communication Arts portion will have face to face judging similar to the Sheboygan County Fair. 4-Hers will bring their art the day of and we will utilize judging assistants to help things run smoothly. Categories of Communication Arts include creative writing, photography, speeches & demonstrations, painting, drawing, computer graphics, song composition and 3-D art. Creative writing entries will still need to be submitted a few weeks prior to the event to be judged.
In addition to the April 4 Festival, there will be workshops offered in January, February & March 2020 to help clubs and individuals prepare their art. Initial plans include a workshop on how to write a script for a club performance and on how to create costumes or sets on a shoestring budget. The third will be focused on the visual arts.
Your assistance in planning and executing the details of this new exciting event are needed! You can put your talents to work in the following areas:
1. Fine Arts Festival committee – help us finalize the plans for the big event and the workshops; help create an incentive program to encourage participation; obtain judges; make the schedule for the day;
2. Publicity – help spread the word about the Fine Arts Festival in the Crier, in person and on social media; or
3. Day of Event – be a greeter, a judging assistant, a door monitor or a stagehand.
For more information on the 4-H Fine Arts Festival or to join the committee, please contact…….. at the Extension
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Fine Arts Registration
Club and Group Registration
Vocal and Instrumental Registration Solo, duet, trio, quartet
Monday Nights – Please watch for more information on this for the 2021 softball season.
4-H Youth Leadership Council
Third Tuesday of Each Month 6:30-8:00 p.m.
This organization is for any 4-H member 7th grade and up. The group plans social and educational events for its members, and occasionally for younger members. This is a county-wide group and allows youth to make friends and work with youth from throughout the county. The meetings of the group are in addition to participation in a local club.
Contact 4-H Youth Development for more information.
Phone: (920) 459-5903