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Oneida County & Forest County 4-H Poultry Club is for 4-Hers that want to learn more about poultry! Youth will have the opportunity to engage in fun, hands-on learning experiences that develop life skills and how to properly care for birds.
Joining 4HOnline is FREE!
Come to our recycling event at Argonne Town Hall on Friday, August 18th from 1-5 pm. For big & small appliances or tech.
Join Forest County’s Digital Navigator as he explores a brief history of the gaming industry and how you can get started learning to mod, design, and manage making your own video game!We’ll also be looking at where to find supportive communities and how to turn game design into a career.
Want to test your Lego Building Skills? Join us each Monday beginning July 10th in Downtown Wabeno! Registration is REQUIRED to make sure we have enough Legos 🙂
Exciting news for Forest County 4-H! This year’s Youth Expo will be held the morning of Argonne Days at the Argonne Town Hall! Forest County Youth interested in participating in the Youth Expo with an animal and/or poster exhibit are invited to attend Spark Club meetings held the 2nd Thursday of each month at the […]
Cloverbud gardening project at Crandon School Garden Youth ages five to seven are invited to participate in “All About Gardens” a six-week gardening project with 4-H leaders Melanie Wagoner and Master Gardener Jill Krueger. The six-week series will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6-7 p.m. at the Crandon School garden. The first session will […]
Register here for the 2023 Summer History Detective Project
Join Forest County 4-H for our 2nd Annual Sunflower Growing Competition! This contest is free and open to all youth in Forest County ages 5-19. Forest County 4-H will mail a packet of five sunflower seeds and growing instructions for each registered youth beginning by May 25th. Seeds should be planted between June 1st and […]
Community Youth Development
Intentionally connecting young people with community-based organizations, including schools, colleges, universities, local government and nonprofits.
Growing the digital skills of the community covers everything from one-on-one training on basic computer use to providing classes for the whole community.