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Massachusetts 4-H Upcoming Events

To request an event submission to the Mass 4-H webpage, please reach out to your local Educator or contact the State office administrative assistant.  Only sanctioned 4-H events are posted to the Mass 4-H website.

E.g., Jun 19 2021
July
02
Friday, July 2, 2021 (All day)
Online
Join this new summer series, the Summer of Science with 4-H and learn about Space! This event is open to all. There are two choices for participating. One, choose the free option and gather your own materials and supplies, or two, choose to purchase a kit which includes all materials and supplies. Either way, you have to sign up to participate! The projects are designed for ages 8 and older. Registered Massachusetts 4-H members can enter some completed items in the state virtual fair and potentially other fairs if they occur.
July
07
Wednesday, July 7, 2021 - 7:00pm
Online
4-H Alumn, Sara Schilling, will give a talk on the career she has made in the world of dance. Her career spans two decades with experience in World Championships and international events as well as being a University coach in Ballroom dance, and a judge for collegiate competitions. She also owns a highly successful studio in Enfiled, Ct., EdanSe Company and Ballroom. The career Zoom sessions are open to 4-H members, volunteers, family members and friends!
July
21
Wednesday, July 21, 2021 - 7:00pm
Online
Learn about the art and skill of millwrighting in the lastest installment of our highly successful career exploration series. Come learn about the process of milling from, Kerry Henry, the Head Miller at Ardent Mill in Ayer, MA. The career Zoom sessions are open to 4-H members, volunteers, family and friends!
July
24
Saturday, July 24, 2021 - 10:00am
In-person
Eastern States Exposition Grounds, 1305 Memorial Ave., West Springfield, MA 01089
10 AM - 5 PM This one-day event showcases 4-H members’ and youths' accomplishments with animal projects, arts and crafts, growing vegetables, creating food items, home crafts, computer skills, robotics, and more. All registered 4-H members ages 5 through 18 residing in Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, Berkshire or Worcester County are welcome to participate in the fair. The event is free to the public. A variety of food is available; children's games and contests take place throughout the day.