Join us for some summer fun!
4-H staff in Vermont are offering programs on a variety of topics where youth can meet new friends and try new activities.
Cloverbuds Connect Challenge
Cloverbud Connects Challenges are issued each Friday and are geared toward youth in grades K-2 (Flyer, PDF). Cloverbuds watch a video that demonstrates an activity and then we challenge you to do the same! Try that activity and record yourself in action and share it back! We're using a password protected system called Flipgrid, only open to those who want in! So don't delay! The first challenges are out and more are lined up and ready to go! Check out this video to learn more! If you're interested in participating, email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and get your access code!
4-H Volunteer Workshops
Join other volunteers from around the state in this series of monthly workshops led by Allison Smith, 4-H Youth Learning Experiences Coordinator. Topics range from creating fun and welcoming virtual spaces for youth to club financial management to robotics! Check out the flyer for details on topics offered. These workshops will be opportunities to stay connected with other volunteers, get your questions answered, and get some tricks to help you navigate 4-H more easily. You can register for the workshops that you wish to attend here.
Join us for 4 interactive and enjoyable animal topic sessions. Activities include trivia, videos and recipes. Join us to share what you know and learn something new. Appropriate for ages 8-18. Check out this flyer to learn more! To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Wendy Sorrell by June 24, 2020, so we may assist you. Pre-registration is required. Just click on the following link by the Tuesday before each session and the link to join the Zoom meeting will be emailed to you.
Gardening: Eating What We Grow
July 7 & 21, August 4 & 18, from 10-11:00 a.m.
Join these fun interactive sessions to explore what plants eat; how to grow and harvest them; soil science, sunshine, recipes, and more! Appropriate for ages 8-18. To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Liz Kenton so we may assist you. Register here.