Person County 4-H

Summer Fun

2023 Summer Programs


Spend the summer with 4-H, where youth "learn by doing!"

Click on a program below to register:

*Please note that registration for these camps is determined on a first-come, first-served basis. Completion of the Google Form DOES NOT guarantee a youth's registration. Instead, you will receive a confirmation email from Lexi Swick ( Waitlists will be created as needed.

June 20 – June 23 | 8 AM – 5 PMRising 6th – 9th grade$50
Person County 4-H is joining Orange County for this fun day camp! Participants will complete the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals certification course, explore local farms to see agriculture in action, visit the Museum of Life + Science in Durham, NC, and more!
June 27 – 29 | 9 AM – 4:30 PMRising 6th – 9th grade$45
4-H is pairing with Person County GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and the Person County Museum of History to offer this day camp in which youth will explore Historic Person County using maps and other navigational skills. Youth will learn basic orienteering and how to read a map, all while connecting this county's geography and infrastructure with its history.
July 6 – 7 | 9 AM – 1 PMRising 3rd – 8th grade$15
Join 4-H for a tie-dye and textiles camp! This camp will begin with traditional tie-dye and transition into Japanese Shibori dyeing. Participants will learn about textiles and different dyeing techniques.
This exciting camp is sponsored and taught by Person County Emergency Services. Over the course of 5 days, teens will learn vital emergency preparedness skills, and gain insight into careers in EMS, fire safety, law enforcement, 911, and emergency management.
August 1 – August 2 | 9 AM – 12 PMCloverbuds (ages 5 7 as of Jan 1)$10
This fun camp is all about the Cloverbuds! Youth will participate in a wide variety of fun and exciting activities which include science experiments, crafts, games, and much more!
August 9 – August 10 | 9 AM –  12 PMAge 13+ by first day of camp$15
Youth will wire a plant soil monitor kit for testing soil moisture levels. On the first day, participants will use a soldering iron to assemble their plant soil monitor kit. On the second day, youth will test their device and learn troubleshooting as well as the importance of soil moisture for plant growth.

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In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, N.C. Cooperative Extension will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Please direct accommodation requests to: Lexi Swick ( at least 2 weeks before the event.