The El Dorado County 4-H Youth Development Program will celebrate its centennial year in California by hosting Home Arts Day, demonstrating non-livestock 4-H projects. Expect to see 4-H entries from photography and robotics to fiber art, cake decorating and art. There will be project demonstrations from Disc Golf, Woodworking & Sewing. 4-Hers will put on a fashion review, reptile petting zoo and “Passport to 4-H” activities where youth get their own passports, including photo and tour the “world of 4-H” to earn stamps.
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The event, open to the public, will be on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Marshall Building at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. The event is expected to draw scores of 4-H members — both past and present — who will gather to celebrate the rich history of 4-H in California. There will be coﬀee, breakfast, donuts and snacks, and lunch will be available for purchase.
For more information contact the 4-H desk at 530-621-5503 or visit ucanr.edu/sites/EDC_4-H_Program/files/139607.pdf.