4-H PEAK: Fun and Interactive Virtual 4-H Programs

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The NC State 4-H Council proudly presents a series of FREE, fun, and interactive virtual programs called 4-H PEAK.

4-H PEAK programs were designed by – and – will be lead by this year’s State 4-H Council members.  PEAK programs start on February 15 and run through July 9, 2021.  Sessions include Showing Animals, The 4-H Pet Parade, It’s A Tea Party, 4-H Goes Red: Get Your Blood Pumping, Dr. Seuss Day, Mustache March – A Flying Ace, Theatre Magic Kahoot! Challenge, Hip Hop 4-H Style: Line Dancing, Keeping it Green – Earth Day, Many Voice, Many Stories – The Cherokee, Parliamentary Procedure, Teamwork Games with A Purpose, 4-H Yoga, The 4-H Olympics, and The Scoop: A 4-H Dessert Social.

Registration for 4-H PEAK is OPEN now in 4-H Online 2.0. Any “approved” member can see the Event now on their “Member Page” (this is the page families land on when they log in). Registration is open to all members (cloverbuds, youth members, and volunteers) -AND- it is open to youth who are NOT members of 4-H if they would like to create a *New Family “Participant” profile in 4-H Online 2.0.

  • * These families simply create a New Member Profile using the “Don’t have an Account” link on the 4HOnline login page and create a “Participant” profile (and they will see the event registration on their “Member Page” too). Note: Enrolling as a “Participant” is a short process (only the basic demographics information is collected) –BUT– when you are registering for this event you have to complete all of the required consent forms (General Liability waiver, photo/media, and Code of Conduct).