2019 Summer Fun

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Pamlico County 4-H Summer Fun 2019: This banner depicts three graphic flowers in pots, with a graphic sun overhead. The 4-H Clover, and NC Cooperative Extension Logo are on the bottom right.4-H Summer Fun Programs are a great way for children to learn and grow during the Summer months. Each of our programs is designed to give kids a wide variety of activities to keep them engaged, learning, and moving. Enrollment forms and fees will be due one week before camp begins. For registration information contact: kait_neeland@ncsu.edu ~ 252-745-4121.

Learn about current and upcoming 4-H Programs.


Presentation Competition: Learn about Pamlico County 4-H Presentation Club. District Activity Day (June 21) is our annual district 4-H Presentation and 4-H Entertains Competition. 4-Hers will work present the presentations and demonstrations, and winners will go on to compete at the State competition on July 21st and have the possibility of going to national competitions, and trips!


Book Explorers: Take an adventure right in Pamlico County! We will read five books over the summer, taste food from other cultures, make music, and perform dances from around the world.

  • Locomotive: Julian Tuwim
  • Where the Mountain Meets the Moon: Grace Lin
  • Chicken in the Kitchen: Nnedi Okorafor
  • Katy In London: James Mathew
  • Painted Skies: Carolin Mallory

Ages: 5–9
When: June 17, July 1, 15, 29, & Aug. 5
Where: Pamlico County Library


OhSoFun Day Camps

Each of our Four OhSoFun Day camps will offer an educational theme with a wide variety of activities, projects, and experiences to keep youth engaged! The fun includes gardening, cooking, making music, engineering, and outdoor games!

Enroll in 4-H and Register for Programs

Outbreak Alert: A virus is spreading across America; hospitals are overrun; the Center for Disease Control needs your help! Can you solve the mystery and engineer a cure in time? Join us for four days of hands-on activities where youth will learn the engineering design process, and participate in biomedical engineering challenges as they respond to and develop a cure before it turns into a Global health crisis!

July 8–11
Cost: $25
Ages: 10–14
From 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Garden to Gourmet: If you love to eat, you’ll love this program! In a series of workshops, we will be learning how food goes from seed, to plant, to our tables. You will learn about gardening, kitchen safety, and, on the last day, have a cook-off!

July 23–25
Ages: 8–14
Cost: $25
From: 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Out of this World: (Aeronautical Engineering, Planets, Stars, Space, and Time) The International Space Station needs your help! The rovers they need are too heavy to make it to the Space Station. Can you help them engineer a rocket and a rover to complete their mission and make it home safely? Join us for four days of galactic planetary discovery, aerospace engineering, and adventures! Youth will participate in engineering challenges, learn about our galaxy, and work together to create solutions for astronauts working on the International Space Station!

August 6–8
Ages: 8–14
Cost: $25
From: 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m.