Events & Opportunities

Upcoming Events

4-H Summer Camp (Overnight & Day)

4-H Summer Camp (Overnight & Day) is held in July at Kamp Kenwood.  Overnight camp is open to youth completing 3-8 grade.  Day Camp is open to youth in grades K-3.  4-H Camp offers an excellent opportunity for youth to make new friends, learn new camping skills, and enjoy the outdoors.  Registration is now available for the 2018 camp season for all interested campers.  Youth do not need to be a 4-H member to attend.

  • Overnight Camp Counselor Application Packet (application process is closed at this time)
  • Day Camp Counselor Application (application process is closed at this time)
  • Overnight/Day Camp Registration

 Area Animal Science Days

Area Animal Science Days, formally known as the District Dairy and Livestock Days, were started with the intention of giving as many young people as possible an opportunity to learn more about livestock and dairy evaluation.  This event evolved into Area Animal Science Days to broaden the scope of members enrolled in the 4-H Animal Science Projects.  These days are focused on the learning experience rather than the contests.  This year’s area host will be Clark County on Friday, June 22, 2018.  Information on the event can be found here.

Tractor Safety

The Chippewa County Farm/Tractor and Machinery Safety Program will be held June 2018 at participating area schools.  The purpose of the program is to teach youth about tractor, machinery and farm safety.  Upon successful completion the student will receive certification in both the State and Federal Tractor and Machinery Programs.  The safety program is directed toward youth who are 12-16 years of age.  This training is available to all youth, you do not need to be a member of 4-H or FFA.  Registration and information regarding the training is available here.


Stem Camp was held Saturday, October 21, 2017 at UW Eau Claire Centennial Hall.  4-H partnered with UW-Eau Claire to bring you this one-day camp to explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).   Thank you to the youth that joined us for this fun filled day!  We hope to see you all next year!

Conservation Speaking Contest

The annual Conservation Speaking Contest has been canceled for the 2017 year.  The 2016 event was co-sponsored by the Chippewa County Land Conservation Committee, Chippewa County UW-Extension and the Chippewa Falls Lions Club.  Youth in grades 5-12 presented their original timed piece to a panel of judges promoting conservation of natural resources and the protection or enhancement of environmental quality.  Youth participating in this event received a t-shirt and certificate of recognition.  Top speakers also received a t-shirt and certificate of recognition in addition to a cash prize.  Congratulations to our winners and all the youth who participated!

Houseplant Workshop

The annual Houseplant Workshop was held on November 2, 2017 at Chippewa County Courthouse in Chippewa Falls.  This event was for any 4-H member interested in learning more about houseplants and planting their own plants to nurture.  The cost of this workshop included a 10″ plastic pot, vermiculite, potting soil and 14 plant cuttings.  A representative from Christensen Floral lead our workshop and provided helpful tips on planting and maintaining your houseplants.  Pre-registration was required.  Parents and leaders were also welcome to participate in the workshop with paid registration.


 Kickball Tournament

Chippewa County youth in grades K-5th grade had the opportunity to participate in the Spring Kickball Tournament on Sunday, March 18th at the Cadott High School.  The tournament was open to 4-H members only in grades K-5.

Photo from Spring 2018 Volleyball/Kickball Tournament

Clover College

Clover College is a 3-hour event held each January at the Chippewa Falls Middle School.  This event is open to 4-H and non 4-H youth in grades K-6.  Clover College provides a variety of sessions for youth to choose from to learn and experiment.  The 2018 event was held on Saturday, January 6, 2018.  Youth pre-registered for three sessions which included various 4-H project related learning’s.  Thank you to everyone who joined us and we hope you enjoyed your learning experience!

Safety Poster/Essay/Video Contest

This year’s contest was held in conjunction with the Clover College event.  Safety in our homes and at work sites is very important in preventing accidents and injuries.  Members were encouraged to take time and put thought and pride into their poster/essay/video entries.  This is a great opportunity for the youth to express their thoughts on a safety issue.  Contest results are then displayed through the month of February at our event co-sponsor Eagle Point Mutual Insurance in downtown Chippewa Falls.  Thank you to all who entered!

Tri-County Speaking, Demonstration and Music Festival

Tri-County Speaking, Demonstration and Music Festival was hosted by Chippewa County on January 13, 2018 at the Cadott Middle School.  This festival was open to all 4-H members from Chippewa, Dunn and Eau Claire County.


4-H Foods Revue

The 2018 Foods Revue event was held on March 3, 2018 at the Lake Hallie Village Hall.  Participants provided their best dish for judges and fellow competitors to taste.  Results of the event are highlighted in the March 2018 Newsletter.  A recipe book of all the entries will be available in the 4-H Youth Building at the Northern Wisconsin State Fair and on this website following the fair.

Teen Volleyball Tournament

Teen Volleyball Tournament was be held on Sunday, March 18, 2018 at the Cadott High School.  Participating clubs played each other in one of two brackets (fun or competitive).  Competitive bracket winners were the Duncan Creek 4-H Club taking 1st place and the Woodmohr 4-H Club taking 2nd place.  Fun bracket winners were the combined team of the Borderline Rebels 4-H Club and the HayCreek Ramblers 4-H Club taking 1st place and Edson Hilltop 4-H Club taking 2nd place.

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