Carbon County 4-H
Summer Adventures 2021

4-H and Event Registration Instructions

Registration Opens Monday, May 3 | 9 a.m.
Sign up on 4H.zsuite.org

  • Get a jump on Summer Adventures registration by completing 4-H membership, new enrollment or reactivation before Summer Adventures registration opens on May 3rd
  • Refer to the back of the pamphlet for step by step instructions on how to enroll or re-activate your 4-H membership.
  • Parents, please sign up as a volunteer. When we all work together, our kids can have a great program!

Summer Events

Summer Camp with Emery County

Date: June 16 Time: 9:00-3:00 Cost: $15.00
Ages: 8-18   Location: Castle Dale Swell Retreat North of Castle Dale.

Supplies to bring: swimming suit under clothes

Kayaking, zipline, swimming, crafts, hike. Looks for signs to get there.

Junior Youth Conference

At Snow College June 7-9 * 5-6 graders -

I 4-H At USUE

June 21-23 * 7-8 graders

Teen Summit Conference

July 12-14 * 9-12 graders

Family Fishing Night June 21-Carbon Fair Ground Pond

6pm to 7:30pm workshops - open fish until dark (8:30/9:00)

Spinning tackle and rigging, youth spin casting, intro to fly fishing/setups, advanced fly casting. If there is enough help, we can have an advanced parent track. *free fishing day June 12.

Class: Food Preservation I - Food Dehydration

Instructor: Intern Abby Robertson/Christina Pay

Date: July 30 Time: 10-12 Cost: $10
Ages: 11-18 Class Limit: 8 4-H Classroom

Description of class: In this club we will learn how to safely dry foods to maintain quality and how to use dried foods in healthy recipes.

Class: Food Preservation II - Food Dehydration

Instructor: Intern Abby Robertson/Christina Pay

Date: July 30 Time: 10-12 Cost: $10
Ages: 11-18 Class Limit: 8 4-H Classroom

Supplies to bring: Provided.

Description of class: In this club we will learn how to safely freeze foods to maintain quality and how to use frozen foods in healthy recipes.

Class: Chopped

Instructor: Heather Salee-Cloward

Date: Aug 12 Time: 4:00 Cost: Free
Ages:12-18 Class Limit: 10 4-H Classroom

Description of class: Come and show your skills at completing a 4-H version of “CHOPPED”

Crocheting with Kerry Hatch I

Date: July 19-21 Time: 10-12 Cost: Free
Ages: 10-18 Class Limit: 10 Location: 4H classroom

Supplies to bring: 2 Peaches and cream scans and a crochet hook (G,H, or J). We will be making a dish cloth.

Class: Beginning Cake Decorating

Instructor: Natasha Gwynn

Date: June 7-10 Time: 1:00-2:30 Cost: $15
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 10 Location: 4-H Classroom

Supplies to bring: Apron

Description of class: Decorating your own cake is so fun! In this class you will learn great skills to decorate cakes, cupcakes and cookies. Class cost will include a decorating kit to take home. June 10th class will last for 2 hours.

Class: Photography

Instructor: Theresa Manley

Date: TBA Time: TBA
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 10

Description of class: Learn the basics of taking photos.

Class: Tennis or Pickleball

Instructor: Pete Riggs

Date: TBA Time: TBA Cost: Free
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 10 City Tennis Courts by Wave Pool

Supplies to bring: Water, sunscreen, good shoes, racket.

Mt. Biking Club

Boyd Bradford Youth Leader

Date: TBA Time: TBA Cost: TBA
Ages: Class Limit: 10 Location:

Frisbee Golf Club

Leader: DeLayna Barr and/or 4-H Aide

Date: June 1-3 Time: 9:00 am Cost: Free
Ages: 12-18 Class Limit: 10 Location: Washington Park

Description of class: Learn the basics of playing Frisbee Golf! We have frisbees for you to use, you are welcome to bring your own frisbee and a drink.

Class: Sewing Pillowcase, 9 patch pillow and a hot pad

Instructor: Kathie Thayn and Ellen Serfustini

Date: June 21 -22 Time: 1:00-4:00 Cost: $12
Who: 8-18 Class Limit: 8 Location: 4-H Classroom

Supplies to bring: Pin cushion, pins, seam ripper, seam gauge, thread scissors, supplies need to be in a container and all items marked with name. Fabric kits and sewing machines are furnished.

Class: Beginning Sewing with Josie Hatch

Instructor: Josie Hatch

Date: June 21-23 Time: 9-12 Cost: $2.00
Ages: 8-12 Class Limit: 8 Location: 4-H Classroom

Supplies to bring: Carry bag-3 fat quarters of fabric. Apron-11/2 yard of fabric and 1 fat quarter. Also bring Pins and pin cushion, seam ripper small scissors, and tape measure. Have all items individually marked and in a small carrying bag.Sewing machines will be furnished.

Description of class: We will learn the basics of sewing, like how to thread a machine, wind a bobbin and sew

Class: Beginner Quilting

Instructor: Jennifer Jenson

Date: June 23-25 Time: 1:00-3:00 Cost:
Who: 12-18 Class Limit: 8 Location:

Supplies to bring: (Cotton) 1 piece 2/3yard. 2 pieces 1/4 yard. 3 total pieces of fabric coordinating colors or patterns. One spool of coordinating thread. Also bring Pins and pin cushion, seam ripper small scissors, and tape measure. Have all items individually marked and in a small carrying bag. Sewing machines will be furnished.

STEM Adventures

Instructor: TRY Team-Youth Leaders with Jennifer Jenson

Date: Aug 2-5 Time: 10-12 Cost: Free
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 10 Location: 4-H Classroom

Description of class: Drones, robots, and more! Come learn how to fly drones and build a robot!

Jr Master Gardeners Club-To be Announced

Weekly meetings mid-May through end of September

Class: Healthy Habits

Instructor: Youth Leaders - TRY Team with DeLayna Barr

Date: July 26-29 Time: 10:00-12:00 Cost: Free
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 10 4-H Classroom

Description of class: Learning healthy foods, outdoor activities, and more to keep healthy habits.

Class: Cooking - Level I

Instructor: Intern Abby Robertson/Christina Pay

Date: June 4,11 Time: 10-12 Cost: $10
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 8 4-H Classroom

Description of class: We will learn the basics of cooking: i.e.: My Plate; cleanliness & safety; measuring; & will prepare 2 recipes each week. Cost includes a cooking kit to take home.

Class: Cooking - Level II

Instructor: Intern Abby Robertson/Christina Pay

Date: June 18,25 Time: 10-12 Cost: $10
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 8 4-H Classroom

Description of class: We will learn about food safety, understanding nutrition,meal preparation & will prepare 2 recipes each week. Cost includes a cooking kit to take home.

Class: Cooking - Level III

Instructor: Intern Abby Robertson/Christina Pay

Date: July 9,16 Time: 10-12 Cost: $10
Ages: 8-18 Class Limit: 8 4-H Classroom

Description of class: We will learn about outdoor cooking, party planning, slow cookers, yeast breads & will prepare 2 recipes each week. Cost includes a cooking kit to take home.

Class: Kitchen Science

Instructor: Intern Abby Robertson/Christina Pay

Date: July 30 Time: 10-12 Cost: $ 10
Ages: 11-18 Class Limit: 8 4-H Classroom

Description of class: In this club we will explore basic chemistry, physics, and biology using common items from the kitchen.

Class: Kids Create Better Health

Instructor: Heather Salee-Cloward

Date: June 10, 24,July 8, 22 Time: 10:00-11:00 Cost: Free
Ages: 8-12 Class Limit: 10 Washington Park

Surveys will need to be filled out by parents at the end of class.

All classes will be held at Washington Park except the 22, it will be in the 4-H classroom.

4-H Enrollment or Reactivation guidelines

4-H is open to all youth in Carbon County

Every youth who desires to participate in Utah 4-H must enroll as a 4-H member.

  • New member: Create a family and membership profile account at 4h.zsuite.org. Parents, please sign up to be a volunteer. Call our office if you need help 435-636-3233
  • Reactivation: Each August 31st every 4-H membership is deactivated. This requires parents to review and update information regarding their youth. To reactive your family profile log into 4h.zsuite.org.
  • The annual fee for Utah 4-H enrollment is $10.00.
  • Approval for enrollment takes one business day if you pay online with a credit or debit card.

Register for an event

  • Once enrollment is approved, re-enter your 4h.zsuite.org account to register for a Summer Adventure Event. On the left side menu, select Event. You may scroll through the events to select an Event, or at the top of the event page, you may search for an Event.
  • Approval for the Event takes one business day if you pay online with a credit or debit card.

If an event is full or shows closed. Please call the office to see if there is a waiting list. If a class shows TBA, go ahead and signup on 4h.zsuite.org, and we will let you when there is more info.

If you choose to make enrollment and registration payments in the office, there is a 3 day grace period. After 3 days, the enrollment and the events will not be approved.

We try to make our summer camp opportunities available to everyone by keeping our prices affordable. Partial financial assistance is available for families with financial hardship. Financial Assistance Applications are available at the Extension office.

In an effort to provide a safe and healthy 4-H experience for the youth of Carbon County, the Utah State University Extension office will:

  • Follow all guidelines given through the Center for Disease Control, Utah State University and the state of Utah in regards to COVID19.
  • Limit club and camp participation size.
  • Masks are recommended.