4-H Activities and Events

4-H activities are events that happen throughout the year and are offered to suit a variety of ages and interests. Some county-wide 4-H activities include camps, workshops, trips, judging contests, and county fair activities. See the following 4-H Activity Listing for more details on these events!

4-H Winter Camp

Winter Leadership Camp 2021 Flyer  Registration: http://bit.ly/4HWinterCamp

Attention youth leaders in grades 7-12 and adult 4‐H volunteers!  Don’t miss your chance to participate in the 2021 Winter Leadership Camp.  It is always a great weekend full of leadership development and fun, and this year we are making it happen in a virtual format! Youth from throughout Wisconsin will come together at Virtual 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 virtual recreational activities. Adult leader volunteers are also needed to support youth in learning leadership skills. Cost for youth is $20, which includes supplies that will be shipped to you. Registration can be found here: http://bit.ly/4HWinterCamp – After you submit the form, you will receive a link for payment of a $20 registration fee that can be paid with a debit or credit card.  Please contact Kevin Palmer, Manitowoc County 4-H Educator, kevin.palmer@wisc.edu or (920)242-5448 with any questions.

 2020 Drive-thru Awards Program – 4-H Member Achievements and 4-H Leader Recognition

 

4-H Fridays

University of Wisconsin-Madison – Wisconsin Youth Livestock – Division of Extension

  • Livestock Lessons – Round 2Youth sought to showcase their ‘Livestock Lessons’.  Great news!  We are releasing the next round of Livestock Lessons ending on March 5, 2021.  The potential topics for your lessons are endless!  We would love for you to submit your 4-H demonstrations, FFA public speaking entries, any videos, and written work that aligns with the work your already doing.  This time period will allow us to see you talk about acquiring your animal project or caring for newborn animals.  No matter what topic you choose, remember that the most impactful presentations are both accurate and engaging. Be creative, be funny, be serious, just be you! Think about something you have learned in your animal science project or something that you enjoy doing and prepare to share it.  For more information click here!

Projects in a Box

Information –  4-H FAQs Related to COVID-19 / Wisconsin 4-H Webpage

4-H FAQs Related to COVID-19 Updated: August 7, 2020

1. What types of 4-H programs and activities are currently available for youth participation? 

Virtual & Distance Programs are preferred.

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If anybody would like help setting up a first virtual meeting I would be happy to help, just email me at penny.tank@wisc.edu.  If there is literature or handouts we could help distribute through mail from the Extension Office we are also happy to help make that happen.
I will continue to share information with you as it becomes available. Thank you for your patience.
Thank you,
Penny
Penny Tank, 4-H Program Coordinator
UW-Madison, Division of Extension Waupaca County
Waupaca County Courthouse
811 Harding Street
Waupaca, WI 54981
Phone: 715-258-6230, ext. 3
Fax: 715-258-6232
Please note new email – penny.tank@wisc.edu

Arts & Communications Activities:

4-H offers a variety of projects and activities for members to pursue their individual interests and express their talents. Each spring Waupaca County hosts the 4-H Performing Arts Spectacular and Speaking Contest, which are opportunities that all members can take part in performing and showcasing their arts and communication interests. A statewide study revealed the impact of 4-H arts and communications programs which allow youth to gain communication and teamwork skills. Surveyed 4-H members shared that 4-H helped them improve their individual performance and creativity skills as well as gaining confidence in public speaking. 4-H alumni and older youth members will often reflect on their growth through public speaking experiences, demonstrations, holding officer positions, counselor opportunities, and emceeing events. These opportunities provide to be memorable occasions for members, while also possibly impacting their future career prospects. The Wisconsin State 4-H Website provides further information on statewide opportunities in the arts and communication project area.

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