Events and Activities
Sonoma County 4-H Events
Achievement Night (October)
First Saturday in October
Awards, recognition, and other achievement are recognized.
Presentation Day (February)
First Saturday in February
4-H youth members deliver their presentation and receive feedback from evaluators.
4-H/FFA Livestock Judging Contest (February)
Fourth Saturday in February
Livestock judging is a process where 4-H youth members evaluate, select, place, and learn the various livestock species–beef cattle, sheep, and swine.
Fashion Revue (April)
Saturday in March or April
Fashion Revue is an opportunity for 4-H youth members to show off their knowledge, skills, and creativity used to create clothing and textiles.
First Sunday in May
Chickenque is an open house to introduce the 4-H program to members of our community, as well as a fundraiser for the Sonoma County 4-H
Youth Scholarships (May)
Due in May
Sonoma County 4-H Council awards a total of 10, 10-$1,000 scholarships annually.
4-H Summer Camp (June & July)
Camp 1: Typically the last week in June; Camp 2 typically the first or second week in July.
4-H Camp empowers young people to share as partners in decision making, camp planning and implementation, and camp leadership on a day-to-day basis.
Other 4-H Events
Bay/Coast Area Youth Summit - January
State 4-H Events
- California Focus - Participate in legislative, political and judicial processes at state capital (ages 14-19). June
- State Leadership Conference - Advanced leadership training for high school 4-H youth from around the state (ages 13-19) July or August
- State 4-H Field Day - May or June
National 4-H Events