Upcoming EventsFeb7Sat8:00 am County Presentation Day @ College of San MateoCounty Presentation Day @ College of San MateoFeb 7 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pmPublic speaking is an invaluable skill that all 4-Hers learn during their participation in the program. Presentation Day is an opportunity for 4-H members to showcase their knowledge in a[...]Feb10Tue7:00 pm Belmont 4-H General Meeting @ Fox Elementary SchoolBelmont 4-H General Meeting @ Fox Elementary SchoolFeb 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pmThis month’s community service will be eyeglass donations. Please bring any eyeglasses you would like to donate to the meeting.Feb13FriMar13Fri
4-H Million Trees
Organize tree planting events, and inspire other 4-Hers to plant trees to help the project reach its goal of planting 1 million trees to help slow global climate change.
Art / Artists
There will be 7 sessions (each 90 minutes). The first 20 minutes will be instruction followed by 60 minutes of guided work and 10 minutes of clean up.
Learn proper use of equipment, range safety protocol and have fun while learning a very old skill.
Beef, Sheep & Pigs
In this project you will learn everything from a cow’s diet to its body structure. Learn how to care for and raise a steer.
An overview of 4-H for new members ages 5-8, must be taken by all new primary club members. We’ll visit many of the other project meetings throughout the year like animals, cooking, and more.
Learn how to care for and raise a rabbit. You’ll learn about what different kinds of rabbits there are, what they eat, their anatomy, we’ll visit a rabbit expert, and a rabbit breeder’s competition
Bike Maintenance and Riding Skills
Project Leader: Rusty Hopewell Jr. Leader: Ettan Patel The bike project will meet once per month to work on bikes, improve riding skills, and to go for bike rides. Project […]
Project Leader: Linnaea Knisely Junior Leader: Julien Levy Meeting Time: 1st Sunday: Oct.5, Nov.2, Dec.7, Jan 11, Feb 1, March 1, May 3, 8:00-10:-am Roll out of bed and into […]
Explore the importance of the written language and creative expression. You will get a chance to work on special projects to stimulate your creativity.
Want to learn how to fish? We will provide basic instructions and guidance to help you learn how to fish.
Focus on maintaining the 4H garden plot and learning about planting, weeding, watering, building the soil, and harvesting.
Learn a new handwork skill — beading, embroidery, rug making, braiding, macramé, making hand-sewn toys, and much more – the sky is the limit!
Travel around the world and expand your palette with new culinary experiences as we explore various international cuisines: Thai, Greek, Polish, Italian, Mexican, French, Chinese, and much more.
Come and make some jam! We’re thinking plum, peach, strawberry, maybe a wine jelly, maybe some apricot or apple.
Set goals for what you want to achieve as a Junior or Teen Leader in 4H projects, and get the tools to be a good leader.
Pound out your energy on a piece of rawhide. Members will be making age/skill appropriate projects from leather.
Learn the many aspects of photography including equipment basics, composition, exposure, depth of field, editing software and more.
Public Speaking / Presentation
Prepare for presentation day, or just practice public speaking skills.It is great for shy people or for random citizens, because everybody can always improve in presentation skills.
Learn the basics of creating patterns and advance to creating your own quilt and how to use a machine to sew your pattern together.
Participate in a number of hands on activities designed to give an appreciation for what it takes to get a rocket into the air and learn about the planets in our solar system.
Learn and practice basic sewing skills while making garments and other items before Fashion Revue in late April.
Show Chickens / Poultry
Learn how to raise and show chickens of all kinds!