County Events

clover 4-H Camp

  • Junior Camp
  • June 1st - June 4th, 2021
  • Camp Rotary

clover Livestock Judging

  • Sunday April 18th, 2021
  • 1:00 PM
  • Stevenson Angus Ranch
  • Hobson, MT

clover 4-H Council Meeting

  • March 3rd, 2021
  • 6:30 PM
  • Extension Office

clover Demonstration Day

  • March 21st, 2021
  • Location depending on registrations
  • If you have already turned in your registration form this fall, let us know if you are still doing the same thing for Demonstration Day this Spring!
  • Demonstration Day Registration Form (PDF)

clover Swine Weigh and Tag Deadline

  • April 15th, 2021

clover Sheep and Goat Weigh and Tag Deadline

  • May 15th, 2021

Mutli-County Events

cloverSpring Fling Jr. Show, Deer Lodge, MT

clover Central Montana Fair

  • Wednesday July 28th - Saturday July 31st, 2021
  • Lewistown, MT
  • Central Montana RAM Pro Rodeo

    • Wednesday July 28th and Thursday 29th, 2021
  • Central Montana Fair Nightshow

    • Friday July 30th, 2021
  • Central Montana Fair Motor Madness

    • Saturday July 31st, 2021

clover Montana Fair

  • August 13th - 21st, 2021
  • Billings, MT

clover Montana State Fair

  • July 30th - August 7th, 2021
  • Great Falls, MT

State and National Events

clover Virtual National 4-H Conference

  • April 10th - 15th, 2021
  • Theme: Shaping the Future
  • National Conference Youth Registration (PDF)
  • National Conference Adult Registration (PDF)
  • Times: Virtual hours set in time blocks (recognzing that not all time in block must be spent in session)
    • **Delegates may be expected virtually, via ZOOM, during the weeks leading up to the conference to work on agency briefings, with their collegiate facilitators. Block actvities may include ice breakers, briefing work, teambuilding, official welcomes, formal presentations, etc.
    • Saturday, Sunday April 10th and 11th Blocks: 11 AM - 9 PM EST
      • Agency briefing blocks, and conference opening events
    • Monday April 12th Block: 4 PM - 9 PM EST
      • Briefing Practice
    • Tuesday 13th Agency Briefings Block: 1 PM - 4 PM EST
      • With briefings to take place approximately 1:30 PM until 3:15 PM EST and debriefings to follow
    • Wednesday 14th - Daytimes hours are open for delegations to meet with state representation (state staff will work on their own to facilitate these)
      • Conference Block between 6 - 8 PM EST
        • Conference closing activites
  • Cost: $325 for youth participants
    • Adult chaperones are free but need to register to attend
    • Maximum 350 Participants
  • Registration Timeline:
    • February 4th, 2021
    • March 4th, 2021
      • Late Registration begins $50 upcharge per delegate
    • March 11th, 2021
      • 5:00 PM EST
      • All Registrations close
  • Value Statement:
    • Understanding that we can never fully re-create an in-person experience in a virtual space, we are putting plans in place to give participants the opportunity to take part in a postitive and engaging 2021 National 4-H Conference. Federal agency briefings, keynote and cap note speakers, interactive workshops, fun activities allowing youth to connect with one another, a Capital Hill experience and the new Secretary of Agriculture's welcome will be presented on this state-of-the-art virtual technology platform designed especially for youth. In addition, a special 4-H Shoutout program conceived of and designed by our Conference Youth Leadership Team will be a feature this year in which delegates will have an opportunity to shoot a video telling their 4-H stories which will be shared with attendees. After the conference states may use these videos in their 4-H programs and promotions. Participants will additionally recieve an exclusive conference box, including curriculum, tips and tools they can use in their local 4-H work, a conference T-shirt and 4-H items to help bring a little bit of the excitement of the conference into the home settings. The registration cost covers teh conference materials box, speaker fees, online facilitation costs, registration services, IT, etc. It is the hope that the lower registration cost and no transportation costs will allow for greater numbers of youth to participate. While virtual learning conferences do not include room and board several additional programming costs are incurred to make the experience top notch and highly engaging. The fee has been reduced from the usual in-person youth price of $975 to $325, a savings of 66%! Adult chaperones who normally pay $1100 to participate will be part of this years' experience at no charge. We will be able to accommodate up to 350 youth for the Conference this year and we hope that every one of those slots are filled! Recognizing that internet connection may be an issue for some youth delegates, we ask that local Extension units work with delegates on strategies for participation. Please contact us for more details.

**For all events - please make sure you visit the Forms Page under 4-H and Fill out the necessary release forms and send them in with your registrations for any events you plan on participating in.** 

**Forms are also available online at**


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