Hamilton County 4-H
is here and the fun begins. Sign up for our Summer Classes.
See Schedule Below.
Canoeing the River II
Hamilton County will come together with Union County to take a day
trip down the river in canoes. Bring Lunch. Must be able
to swim. Ages 8+ Cost: $5.00
Time: 8am-until we return (5ish)
July 7th and 8th
We'll be doing lots of different arts and crafts this day!
Something for everyone! Come join us! Bring Lunch.
Ages 8+ Cost: $10.00
Time: 9AM - 1PM
Seafood Day Camp
July 14th - 17th
The Seafood Day Camp is a multi-county event where youth will travel
to experience seining, fishing, and learn about exactly what that
fishy stuff is that we eat! Ages 8+
Cost: $30.00 Time: TBA
Do you ever look up receipes online? See all of those things your
parents and other family members share and think yum...I want to try
that? Lets do it! Ages 8+ Cost: $15.00
Time: 9AM - 3PM
College and Career Exploration
July 21st - 23rd
We will be touring some places and learning what it will take for
your future. Meet at UF/IFAS Extension Hamilton County Office
and traveling. Meals not provided. Please bring
meals/snacks and/or money with you. Ages 13+
Time: 11:30 AM - until
Sleepless Slumber Party
July 27th & 28th
Come sew yourself sleepless! Bring your pillow and sleeping
bag but don't plan on sleeping! Bring lunch. Ages 8+
Time: 9AM - 1PM
Florida 4-H University
July 27th - 31st
Week long experience on campus at the University of Florida
exploring college and career opportunities as well as performing
community service and expereience leadership programs. Ages
14+ Cost: $250.00
Sign up can be done over the phone at 386-792-1276 and by mailing
class fees to our office. You can also come by our office to
For more information call or email Heather Janney at
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Did You Know?
Hamilton County does not physically touch Florida. It is surrounded by the Suwannee River on its East and South side and is surrounded by the Withlacoochee River on its west side. The county borders Georgia on the North side.