Posted Sunday, March 31st, 2019
High View Farms in Budd Lake to Host the Egg Hunt, Petting Zoo
Morris County 4-H invites the community to their Spring Time Fun event on Sunday, April 7, from 1-3 p.m.
The day will include live 4-H animal petting zoo, hands on activities, bounce house and an egg hunt. Please bring your own basket. High View Farms, at 416 Sand Shore Road in Budd Lake is the host. For best navigation, use Hackettstown 07840.
Register by April 5 for discounted admission of $7 per child. Admission price at the gate is $8 per child. All proceeds support Morris County 4-H Clubs. To register, visit morris.njaes.rutgers.edu/4h/
4-H also runs a summer camp. Limited weeks are available.
4-H is a youth development program with a focus on fun, where youngsters learn about projects that interest them, work with mentors, and participate in community service activities.
Club members work together on community service activities and usually concentrate on one or more projects or interests such as: Dogs, small animals, food and nutrition, go carts, space science and astronomy, model rocketry, twirling, sewing and crafts, livestock and animal science, nature and outdoor education, and science.
Members build leadership by electing officers and conducting their own business meetings under the guidance of one or more adult volunteer leaders. Clubs can be any size–from a small group of kids from one neighborhood to a larger club consisting of youth from all over the county.
All youth in grades K-13 (one year out of high school) are welcome to join 4-H wherever they live — on farms, in suburbs or cities. The clubs serve youth from all backgrounds and interests and offers membership without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or handicap. There is no membership fee.
Youth in grades K-3 are 4-H Cloverbud members, which is a noncompetitive learning experience. Teens have the opportunity to participate in special county, state, and national events.
For more information about different 4-H Clubs, or 4-H events, visit the Morris County 4-H website, contact the office via phone at 973-285-8301 or email [email protected] Find a list of local clubs here.