Need something to do between the holidays this year? Are you are interested in 4-H but have some questions? Do you want to enroll in 4-H but don’t know how? Would you like to pick up your project manuals?  Then come to the Open House  9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 28, at the Purdue Extension Hamilton County office on the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant St., Noblesville.

Jan. 15 is the final day for Hamilton County youth to enroll online in the 4-H Program for 2018. 

4-H is an informal educational program where youth “Learn By Doing.”  Youth in grades 3-12 can learn life skills such as cooperation, leadership, decision-making, responsibility and more through hands-on projects in over 60 different subject areas.  Youth in grades Kindergarten-2 may enroll in Mini 4-H. The 4-H program is a great opportunity to develop a hobby, experience camp, and make new friends while promoting family togetherness. 

For more information, contact Purdue Extension Hamilton County at 317-776-0854 or visit our website at: Don’t be left out in the cold. Nearly 2,000 young people in Hamilton County are enroll in 4-H.