Paws, Claws & Awes: Cloverbud Animal Adventures

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Class will be held August 3 – 6 from 9 – 10 a.m. and 3 – 4 p.m. Each day will focus on a different group of animals:  Farm/Pets, Aquatic, Wildlife, Zoo  Morning will be informative with fun activities. Will have activities for youth to complete at own pace during the long lunch break. Afternoon sessions will allow youth to showcase what they created during the break and share experiences revolving around that day’s animal group


Registration is required in When registering for this and other 4-H events, select the member from the family home page in the bottom event registration box to see what events each member is eligible to attend.

Suggested Materials List

Youth will need access to Zoom. Please download the app prior to first day of camp. Various craft supplies will be needed, but items in house will be appropriate. Suggested material list will be posted closer to camp.

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