Events and Activities
Sonoma County 4-H Annual 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 (January)
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 Poultry Showdown (May)
Second to last Saturday in May
This is an annual poultry competition open to youth from Sonoma, Marin, and Napa Counties.
Youth Scholarships (due May 8th)
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