Cloverbuds is a yearlong program for youth ages 6-8 (by Jan 1,2024) to introduce them to all of the fun that 4-H Ontario has to offer. It uses the same hands-on learning style of traditional 4-H but adapts it in a way that is fun and engaging for younger kids.
The best part of Cloverbuds is making friends and learning new skills together. Cloverbuds will meet approximately once a month and participate in a wide range of activities to build confidence, skills, and knowledge.
The tentative schedule for meetings is from 9:30-11:30 on these dates.
Jan. 27 – Snacks and Intro to 4-H – Mimosa Church
Feb. 24 – Chocolate- Mimosa Church
April 27 – Safe at home – Fire Station & OPP detachments Rockwood
May 25 – Dairy -Dolson’s farm
June 22 – Alternative Sports – Something Different
Sept. 28 – Nature Fun – Kerrs home
Oct. 26 – Fall Festival Harvest of Fun – TBD
Nov. 30 – Holiday Fun location TBD
The Cloverbud Program is an amazing opportunity for youth ages 6-8 to learn about all facets of 4-H Projects!View Project Manual
Wellington 4-H Association
4-H is a non-profit positive youth development organization that spans 70 countries across the world and 10 provinces across the country. Wellington 4-H offers a diverse range of clubs each year to help build youth as leaders for our community and assets to the world. Come see what 4-H is all about in Wellington County!View Association