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4-H Events

4-H Events happen throughout the year! Here is a calendar of when events typically happen. This list is by no means all inclusive. 

State & County Due Dates 

June 1: State Photograph, Graphic Design, and Senior Portfolio entries are due.

August 1st to the 4-H Office: Club Scrapbooks, 4-H Record Book (not fair) & Cloverpoint Forms

Fall (September—November)

4-H Year begins (September 1)

4-H Kickoff  (during September)

Baker County Fair (late September early October)

National 4-H Week (October)

National Youth Science Day (October)

Southern Region Teen Leadership Conference (September/October)

Winter (December–February)

Prepare for State Fair

National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia (late November)

Holiday Bake-Off & Holiday Party (November-December)

County BBQ Competition

Florida State Fair; Judging Contests and State Fair Fashion Show (February)

Spring (March-May)

Florida 4-H Adult Leader Forum (April)

Livestock Animal Orientation Meeting (April-May)

District 4-H Events

Area 4-H Horse Shows    

Livestock Project enrollment in 4-H online due (May 31st by 5pm)

Summer (June-August)

Summer Camping Programs

State Photo & Graphic Design entries, and Senior Portfolios are due to the State 4-H Office (Due June 1st)

Initial Livestock Animal Weigh-In (sometimes in July)

State 4-H Legislature (late June/early July)

Florida 4-H University (Late July)

Scrapbooks and Cloverpoint Forms due (August 1st)

Awards Program (August)

Get ready to start all over again!                


Baker County 4-H Blog

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County Events Series: Graphic Design Contest

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