Cortland County 4-H is the youth development program of Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Cortland County. 4-H is an opportunity for boys and girls to learn and develop life skills that may assist them in becoming responsible adults. We operate clubs, community events, after-school programs, and a summer camp. Our focus includes developing life skills, encouraging leadership development, science education, agricultural and livestock skills, and healthy living. Want to join or volunteer?
Contact us! 607-391-2660 or 607-428-1300.
We are very excited about continuing our local businesses fundraiser this year! This fundraiser creates a win-win situation that helps our local economy and funds 4-H programs and activities as well. Every year these local businesses are excited about participating in our fundraiser. Profits the 4-H clubs receive help fund their in -club activities and trips, and the profit the 4-H Office receives helps us provide our county programming. Every order, whether through a club or from an individual, benefits the 4-H program.
Orders can be placed either through a 4-H club, or directly to the 4-H Office. Payment must be collected at the time the order is placed (check or cash only). Orders are due to the 4-H Office by November 2nd. Orders then are picked up at the 4-H Office on December 7th after 12 p.m.
4-H Camp Owahta offers six, week long Residential sessions and a Day Camp. Register online.
We offer 5 weeks of Day Camp at 4-H Camp Owahta, each week with a different theme. Sign your child up for one or more today!
We have planned a series of bread baking workshops, one each month, to teach a wide range of bread products. You can sign up for one, or you can sign up for them all! Class is limited to ages 8 and up. 6PM - Cortlandville Masonic Lodge - Rt 13
Our annual plant sale is happening for 2018. Place your orders on or before March 5th / and all orders will be available on May 22nd for pick up at the fairgrounds. Beautiful annuals and perennials, vegetables and herbs to choose.
Last updated December 5, 2018