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4-H Community Clubs

North Brevard | Central Brevard | South Brevard

Our clubs are open to everyone in the County! You do not need to live in the same area as a club to attend.

North Brevard

  • 4-H Life

    Jennifer Hill -

    This is a general 4-H club, meaning that the members learn a variety of different skills while exploring various 4-H project areas. Youth in this club will learn about poultry, horses, gardening, cooking, leadership, and much more! The club meets on the 2nd and 3rd Thursday in the Titusville area. 

  • Sharp Eye Shooters Archery

    Jennifer Hill -

    This is primarily an archery club, but we also teach other shooting sports including traditional black powder rifles, small bore rifle and introductory shotgun sports. We meet twice a month on the 1st and 3rd Fridays at the Titusville Rifle and Pistol Club in Mims.  Contact Ms. Jennifer before coming because exact times can change due to school schedules and weather conditions.

Central Brevard

  • 4-H Outdoor Skills Club

    Fenny Csaszar -

    Brevard County Extension Office, Cocoa

    Beginning in January 2023 - The Outdoor Skills Club focuses on archery and shooting sports along with primitive skills such as knot tying, fire building, outdoor cooking, and more. Meetings are held the 1st Saturday of each month from 8:30 AM - 10 AM and on a Thursday evening (varies) from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM.

    In addition, families who are new to archery and shooting sports can set up a one-on-one learning opportunity with Mr. Gus to learn fundamental steps to archery, range safety, and air rifle, and to give children a taste of 4-H and 4-H shooting sports. It helps to build confidence, and families pick which 4-H shooting sports club to join. We meet weekly in the afternoons at the 4-H Archery Range and Outdoor Classroom by appointment only. The archery range is next door to the Extension Office at 3695 Lake Drive, Cocoa, FL 32926. All equipment is provided, age restrictions may apply. There is no fee, but after the first lesson, children must enroll in 4-H.

  • Bug Club

    Gayle Whitworth-New -

    UF/IFAS Extension Office, Cocoa

    This club provides youth with opportunities to learn the world of insects, including insect identification, anatomy and physiology, and more. Members will also have the opportunity to create their own insect collection and compete at the Florida 4-H Insectathon competition in January. 

  • Island Dogs

    Angelia Hartman -

    Manatee Cove 4-H Equestrian Arena, Merritt Island

    The Island Dogs are a youth-led club that focuses on learning about dog breeds, dog training, and responsible dog ownership. The club plans and participates in community events. The club holds monthly meetings and weekly dog training on Sundays at 3 PM. Dog ownership is not required to participate. 

  • Tabletop Gaming Club

    Kristi and Jessica -

    UF/IFAS Extension Office, Cocoa

    The Tabletop Gaming Club will immerse youth in the world of tabletop games. The club will learn several different types of tabletop games throughout the year, such as D&D, Warhammer, and many more. Youth will learn character and world building, as well as strategy, team, and leadership skills. There is no prior experience needed and no age restrictions, but for optimal participation, youth should be able to read and grasp basic math skills. If you are interested in joining the club or would like more information, please contact Kristi and Jessica at

    This club meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month, 5:30 pm - 7 pm, at the UF/IFAS Extension office in Cocoa.

South Brevard

  • Primitive Opossums Shooting & Outdoor Skills Club 

    Kristi Dailey/Jessica Busby - 

    This club covers shooting sports disciplines such as archery, small bore rifle, shotgun, and muzzleloaders as well as primitive and outdoor skills, wildlife ID, orienteering, hunting, and camping skills. We also teach Hunter Safety skills and Youth Hunter Education Challenge Skills (YHEC). The club meets at the Port Malabar Rifle and Pistol Club and at Triple N Range. Contact Ms. Kristi before coming because exact times can change due to school schedules and weather conditions.

  • Fantastic Farm

    Tara Dorn -  

    Wickham Park, Melbourne

    The Fantastic Farm is a farm and garden club located in Melbourne at Wickham Park. This is a family participation club that runs a cooperative farm with chickens, ducks, and turkeys, as well as a vegetable garden. They meet year-round on the second Sunday of every month at 9 AM.

  • Little Growers

    Camille Hadley - 

    Little Growers is a gardening club that meets in Melbourne. Youth plan, plant, and harvest a garden and learn valuable life skills throughout the process! 

  • Pony Tails

    Kelsey Christman -

    The Pony Tails club is for those interested in learning about the care, responsibilities, and science of horses. You do not need to own a horse to join. We welcome all those who love horses and want to learn more about them. We will be meeting at Robertson Ranch every other Saturday in the morning! The exact time and Saturday may change, so contact Ms. Kelsey if you are interested in joining and coming out to our meetings!

  • 4-H Horse & Farm LIFE

    Kelly Moutsatsos - 

    Meeting Location: Varies by month - check out their Facebook page for all the details 

    This county club welcomes 4-H members interested in all projects, from art and music to animals and gardening. They specialize in horses, chickens, and rabbits. This is a no animals needed club - children can participare in 4-H competitions without owning livestock. Check out their Facebook page, 4H Horse & Farm LIFE Club, text/call 321-604-5299, or email for all of the latest information! 

Quick Links


Gayle Whitworth-New
4-H Youth Development Agent
(321) 633-1702 ext. 52324

Gus Koerner
4-H Program Assistant
(321) 633-1702 ext. 52320

Sara Webb
4-H Program Assistant
(321) 633-1702 ext. 52317