Wasatch County 4-H & Youth
Registration information for 4-H Summer Camps and Classes.
Register to become a 4-H member at 4honline.com
Register for classes at the 4-H office. Payment for classes is required at time of
registration. Cash or check accepted.
Wasatch County Fair
Enter up to 15 of your 4-H projects into the 4-H exhibits at the fair. Drop off your projects at the 4-H exhibit (not the Open Class Exhibits), on July 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Make some money on quality projects that could possibly be sent to the Utah State Fair. Pick up your exhibits on August 6th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.!!
YOU MUST BE REGISTERED ON 4-H ONLINE BY JUNE 30TH TO ENTER.
See Fair Exhibit Book here.
Are you in grades 6-12? Do you want to hang out with the coolest people in Wasatch County at awesome activities? Do you enjoy serving your community? How about having the opportunity to represent your county 4-H program at fairs, state 4-H contests, and national 4-H conferences? If any of those things sound appealing you should join one of our Teen Councils! Teen Council is held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the 4-H office. Contact Wasatch 4-H for more information.
4-H Horse Program
Horse 4-H is a great experience for youth! Youth learn riding skills, responsibility, team work, and leadership, and have lots of fun! It will increase confidence, responsibility, exercise and activity. click here for more information
4-H is A youth development organization for all kids from 3rd to 12th grades. It is a "learn by doing" organization where youth meet as clubs to do hands-on projects. Projects are chosen from over 100 project areas, or you can create your own project.
4-H clubs are organized by adult volunteer leaders. These leaders bring youth together who have common interests. Clubs meet together to explore 4-H activities, attend events, go on trips and have FUN!
4-H events happen year round. Some highlights in Wasatch County include science projects, state contests for high school 4-Hers, the county fair, sewing and babysitting camps, junior Master Gardener, junior livestock, horse shows, and teen council.
There are three types of 4-H clubs: family clubs, community clubs, and project clubs. In a family club, parents act as 4-H leaders and family members meet with a few friends to form a club and participate in 4-H projects and activities. In a community club, volunteers act as 4-H leaders to involve any youth interested. Clubs usually meet at set times and work on one or many projects together. Project clubs involve youth of similar ages working together on the same project area.
Discover 4H Club Curriculum is available on-line (free of charge) for instant download. This curriculum covers many areas of interest and gives step-by-step instructions for the project area of your choice. This is a great resource for leaders.