Waterloo 4-H Info
New Club Alert!
Waterloo Sheep 4-H Club
1st meeting rescheduled for Monday, May 27 7:30pm
James & Susan Martin, Floradale
For more info, contact Susan and James Martin / 519-669-8066 / email@example.com
Or Dennis and Laurie Weber, 519-664-2327 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Rabbit / Hop 4-H Club
1st meeting: Thursday, May 30 7pm
Snyder Heritage Farm, Bloomingdale
Tentative dates:May 30, June 6/13/20, July, Aug
*if you have a rabbit, you can bring it to the first meeting in a carrier with water. You must have a harness.
For more info, contact: Anne Snyder, 519-741-1447, email@example.com
Lynn Strenzke, 519-648-2436, firstname.lastname@example.org
Region 4 4-H Lifeskills Expo
Saturday June 1, 2013 Erin Agricultural Building, 190 Main Street, Erin, ON 8:45 am to 4 pm.
The Lifeskills Expo allows 4-H members and friends to explore new interests and develop their life skills. Members will spend the morning in two workshops that will be hands-on experiences! The afternoon will be full of mini workshops that will explore some of the many 4-H activities and projects available in Ontario. Click here for more info and registration form.
Waterloo 4-H Go for the Gold, Saturday, June 8
1 - 4pm ,
Helen and Dennis Martin's, Winterbourne
Bring your friends, form a team, and have a great time!
To register, contact
Lynn Strenzke, email@example.com
or Helen Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 Winning Team: Senior Dairy
Waterloo Paintball 4-H Club, Next meeting: Saturday, May 25 9:30am-3:30pm
Details to come. Click here for list of tentative meeting dates: Paintball Meeting Schedule
Bring a friend! Everyone welcome! 2013 Membership fee: $70 (which lets you join as many 2013 clubs as you like)
Contact: John Drummond / 519-648-3453 /email@example.com
Catch the Bus to Discovery Day!
Discovery Day - Saturday, June 15
Hagersville Arena, Hagersville
For youth ages 9–12
Application Deadline: May 31, 2012
Download Registration Form
Cost: $10/person. Maximum 60 participants per event. This is a day long event (arrive at 9:00am and head home at 3:00pm)What do a hot chocolate river, checkers, burping cows and relays have in common? Discovery Days of course!
These day long events are all about introducing you to the 4-H program. Visit different stations, try out different activities, and meet new friends your age. You’ll get to make crafts, learn about livestock, and try your hand at trivia and judging. Check out all dates and locations below and choose which one is best for you! Discovery Days are for everyone! All youth ages 9-12 are invited to attend.
Waterloo 4-H will once again be sending a bus to Discovery Day. Book your seat with John Drummond
Interested in doing a youth leader project?
See the new Youth Leader Manual here!
Wilmot Wellesley Junior Dairy Club. For more info, contact: Stephanie Szusz, firstname.lastname@example.org , Ken and Marie Hartley McNabb, email@example.com, Teresa Osborne firstname.lastname@example.org
Paintball 4-H Club, Next meeting: Saturday, May 25, 9:30am-3:30pm
For more info, contact: John Drummond 519-648-3453 / email@example.com
Cambridge Dairy 4-H Club, For more info, contact Alannah Eby, firstname.lastname@example.org or Don Eby, 519-632-7917Newllkdskjfalodskjfkla New Clu New
Waterloo Beef 4-H Club, For more info, contact Kelly Williams 519-656-9507 / email@example.com or Dennis Weber, 519-664-2327 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Children's Farm Safety Day
Saturday June 1st, 2013 9:30am-1:30pm
Registration begins at 9:00am
~for kids aged 4-12~
MarklStilMarke youMariMarmarFor more info on Waterloo 4-H, contact Kim:
1-877-661-6667 / email@example.com
The 4-H Program is open to all youth in Ontario who are at least 9 years old and no more than 21 before January 1st of this calendar year (born in the years 1991-2003 inclusive.)
Waterloo is the home of Ontario's 1st 4-H Club