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The mission of the
is to provide opportunities for personal growth
and to encourage the positive development
of youth, their families, and their communities.


Camp Bird Registration is now open!!
June 14 - 17, 2017

Registration form here:

Program Guide

Sponsored by the Brown County 4-H Youth Development Program and

STEM Saturday
Grades 4 -7

Next STEM class registration opens February 20th!!

March 18: Design Your Ultimate Ride
Fun with Theme Parks. Roller coasters - water slides - go carts!

Registration Capacity - 12 youth participants
Registration Opens February 26, 2017.
Registration Fee: $5 per youth
Registration is ONLY CONFIRMED when payment is received.

April 22: So Much Trash!!
Come for some messy fun! Pollution - garbage....what's the big deal?

Registration Capacity - 12 youth participants
Registration Opens March 28, 2017.
Registration Fee: $5 per youth
Registration is ONLY CONFIRMED when payment is received.

You may register online (SEE SIDE BAR OF THIS PAGE) or call
Martha at 920-391-4654 or email

4-H Robotics Programming
Grades 3-6

This class has reached capacity!
The next series will open for registration March 1st.

April Session: AMAZING ART
All of those pictures and art sculptures you see at museums were made by people. Or were they? Could they have been made by a robot
Dates: April 6, 13, 20, and 26 from 6-8pm (26th is Wednesday)
Registration Capacity: 12 participants
Registration Opens: February 20, 2017
Registration Fee: $20

To register and reserve your spot SEE SIDE BAR OF 4-H UW EXTENSION PAGE or call Martha at 920-391-4654 or email

4H Green Guarantee

Youth involved in the 4-H program will tell you it's fun. Their parents will tell you that through participation in club, project, and other educational activities, their children not only have fun in 4-H, but learn practical, technical, and life skills. With more than 6.5 million youth involved, 4-H is the largest informal educational program for children in the world.

Developing leadership, character, and good citizenship in America's youth through a learning by doing approach is what makes 4-H so successful and so much fun for the children that are involved. Boys and girls in grades kindergarten through one year after high school graduation can be a 4-H member. Whether you live in the city, a suburb, in the country, or on a farm, 4-H offers a wide range of educational projects and activities. In fact, the possibilities are MORE THAN YOU IMAGINED!

To learn more about the Brown County 4-H Youth Development program, we invite you to explore our web site or contact any of us for more information.

An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX and American with Disabilities (ADA) requirements.

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UW-Extension Brown County 4-H Youth Development Staff

Melinda Pollen
4-H Youth Development Educator

Martha Halasi
4-H Support Staff

Contact:  4-H Staff
Phone: 920-391-4654
Fax: 920-391-4617
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