Showcase is County 4-H Roundup for community club and project club general projects, contests and social activities.
Clinician Jayme Myers, a WPRA Barrel Racing champion, will focus on the fundamentals of barrel racing as well as horsemanship and patterns. All current 4-H horse members (age 8-18) in 4-H Horse District 6 (Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York Counties) are welcome to attend.
Times to know: Check in ... ... ... ... 5:30p.m. Judging starts ... 6:00p.m. Registration and visual exhibits (Poster Art, Photography and essays) due in the 4-H office on ... Friday, May 16, 2016. What is Presentation Night? This is an opportunity to ALL 4-Hers to share with the community their creativity and passion for their projects, sports and other activities. This also is a great chance to work on public posture and speaking in front of groups. Don't let that scare you! The residents are happy to have you share anything and everything with them!
4-H Equine & Livestock Science Camp is a hands-on, science-focused residential camp for 4-H members who are enrolled in an animal science project and who were between the ages of 13 and 18 as of January 1, 2016. Screened 4-H volunteers or Extension staff are welcome to register as chaperones for this event, as workshop content will be of interest to adults as well as youth.
4-H Horse Camp is designed to give the beginner and the experienced equestrian a chance to learn by doing. Participants will have two small-group-instruction riding sessions per day. There will be horse science clinics/demonstrations, horse games, plus work on horsemanship skills.
June 14-16, open from 10 am to 7 pm each day. An educational, first-hand experience at a working farm. Featuring: free tractor & wagon rides from store to the farm; free tour of the barn and milking facility; free samples of Oregon Dairy's famous chocolate & white milk and chocolate or vanilla ice cream; explore the many Ag Technology Exhibits. Go to: http:// www.oregondairy.com/family-farm-days/ for more details about these days. We are looking for 4-H teens and volunteers to help with the scavenger hunt and petting zoo area. Please contact the 4-H office to sign-up. Time shifts include 9:45 a.m. -- 1:00 p.m.; 1:00 -- 4:00 p.m..; 4:00 -- 7:15 p.m.
Lancaster County 4-H Horse Club Members are eligible to participate in the show. Everyone is invited to come watch! Refreshments will be available for purchase. Please contact the office for a class list, rules and entry form.
4-H members enrolled in textile science projects are invited to participate in the Capital Region 4-H Fashion & Textile Revue. Guests are invited to attend free of charge. A short program will be offered for guests to attend while participants complete the afternoon workshops. Note that the Textile Revue is new in 2016!
Come support our 4-Her's and watch a great show. Being held at the Centre Co. Grange Fairgrounds - Centre Hall, PA
4-H State Achievement Days is an educational three-day program for 4-H members (ages 13-18), sponsored each year by Penn State Extension. This annual event is held to demonstrate achievement of 4-H members and provide recognition of their accomplishments in competitive as well as non-competitive events.
The Lancaster County 4-H Woolies Club will hold their county Round Up on July 28th starting at 10 am. Members will show their breeding sheep as well as their market lambs. A Champion Showman will also be selected.
The Lancaster County Swine Club will hold their county show starting at 9 a.m. Champion and Reserve Market Hogs and Showman will be selected.
The Lancaster County 4-H Goat Club will hold their county breeding and market goat show on July 29th starting at 4 pm. Champion Market goats will be selected as well as Champion Doe.
The Red Rose Beef Club members will complete at their county show on July 30th. The heifer show will begin at 10 am followed by market steers and showmanship.
The Lancaster County 4-H Dairy Beef Club has scheduled their county show for July 30th. The show will begin at noon with type followed by showmanship classes.
Held during Ag Progress Days, teams of four will compete in a series of head-to-head elimination matches. Teams will be asked questions and awarded for correct answers. There are two age divisions - junior (ages 8-12) and senior (13-18). Any youth with equine interest can participate.
Save the date for the 2016 District 6 4-H Horse Show.
Celebrate the impact 4-H youth are making in their lives and their communities during National 4-H Week. 4-H is the nation's largest youth organization; we empower more than six million young people across the U.S. National 4-H Week is October 2 - 8, 2016.
Come support our 4-Her's and watch a great show. State qualifiers received show information at the District Show. The State Model Horse Show will be held Saturday, October 29.