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This site will be updated regularly with 4-H workshops, camps, community service opportunities and leadership development events. Dates may be subject to change.

Find 4-H Club information here. It is not listed below.

Questions about events may be directed to Sarah Kocher at sarah_kocher@ncsu.edu or 828-757-1258.

Why send a child to 4-H camp? Far from the digital screens at home, 4-H campers are fully immersed in the natural world. Time spent in nature helps young people manage stress, improve concentration, and increases self-esteem.

IMPORTANT: Please review our in-person guidelines, as they are updated frequently.

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October

November

  • November 1: 2022 residential camping dates for Caldwell County will be announced
  • November 26-30 (tentative): National 4-H Congress
Practicing and tackling a task often associated with feelings of nervousness or anxiety, like public speaking, helps youth learn how to control their emotions and feel rewarded when they have accepted risk.

Practicing and tackling a task often associated with feelings of nervousness or anxiety, like public speaking, helps youth learn how to control their emotions and feel rewarded when they have accepted risk.

December

  • December 11: Holiday Crafts
  • TBD: Club paperwork

January 2022

  • January 10: Enrollment/re-enrollment starts for 2022 in 4-H Online
  • January 14: Project records and portfolios due to county center
  • TBD: Reflection & Relaxation – Join us for some R&R!
  • TBD: County-wide 4-H achievement celebration

February 2022

  • February 1: NC 4-H scholarship application due
  • February 4-5: NC Volunteer Leaders’ Conference in Durham
  • February 12: West District Horse Bowl (location TBD)
  • February 19: Snow date for West District Horse Bowl
girl coloring cards

4-H participant Ava Tugman, age 6, colors Valentine’s Day cards for senior citizens in early 2021. Handmade cards – whether to celebrate a holiday, to say thank you, or just because – are an at-home community service project youth of all ages can complete.

March 2022

  • March 12 (tentative): State Horse Bowl and Hippology

April 2022

  • April 8-9: Caldwell Ag Expo (tentative)

May 2022

  • TBD: West District Horse Show
Shekinah Schwartz smiles between classes at the 2021 West District Horse Show near Asheville. The West District is comprised of 21 counties and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

Shekinah Schwartz smiles between classes at the 2021 West District Horse Show near Asheville. The West District is comprised of 21 counties and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

June 2022

  • June 19-22: West District Horsemanship Clinic

July 2022

  • July 16-19: NC 4-H Congress