In these changing times we are expanding our programming to offer virtual learning. Most of the virtual programming we are offering at this time will come in the form of short term programs. 6-10 week offerings of a specific interest area. We call it SPIN Clubs (SPecial INterest Club).
This does not replace our traditional face to face club work in the long term. Once we are able to meet face to face again the club meetings will resume. We will also continue to offer virtual learning.
We are working hard to give you continued access to Plymouth County 4-H programming.
The purpose of 4-H SPIN Clubs is to expand opportunities for youth and adults through 4-H. In 4-H SPIN Clubs, individuals will learn about a subject of interest to them, have positive interactions with their peers, and develop life skills. 4-H SPIN clubs are held over a minimum of 6 hour program( some are longer).
Are you and your dog at home with nothing to do? Have you thought of training your dog, but didn't know where to start? Join our Plymouth County 4-H Virtual Dog Club to get started training your dog at home! You only need a few minutes each day to build a relationship with your dog and improve their behavior.
Plymouth County 4-H Babysitting program runs for 6 hours over several days. Topics covered include:
The Camp in a box program offers 6 weeks of an activity delivered to your home. Each activity will have a zoom session that is designed to assist the participant and answer questions. Each weeks box is purchased separately, First order deadline is June 22 for week June 29 activity.
Registration is now closed
4-H Lets get Cooking Program teaches youth basic cooking skills.
Included in course:
Recommended ages 10-14
Registration Deadline October 1, 2020
4-H Teen Tuesdays
Sessions will be held every Tuesday at 3 p.m. for approximately one hour using Zoom.