Redwood 4-H Club

End of Year Party!! June 8th 6pm-8pm

Bring your family for our end of the year party with games, food and fun. The club will provide hamburgers and hot dogs, condiments and cake. Each family is asked to bring an appetizer or side dish to share for 12 people. Please no chips or desserts.


Please bring your own chairs.  If you want any non-alcoholic drinks, you may bring those. 


Your youth officers are planning the activities and will send a separate post about that as we get closer.  We hope to see everyone there!

We're looking for more Project Leaders and Co-Leaders to offer new Projects

Being a Project Leader is a great way to spend time with your kid(s) and have a meaningful impact on your community. Do you have any talents, hobbies, or things you want to learn that you could share and teach to youth? Does your kid have any interests for a Project that you could lead with them? Would you like to work with another Co-Leader to start a new project? From Geocaching and Tabletop Games to Bread Making and Rabbits, there are projects that fit any level of expertise. Some projects have guides to help you get started or you can create a brand new Project. See more details on our Volunteer page.

Summer Break: No monthly club meetings July and August. 

Most projects will take a break over the summer months except for Sheep and Archery Projects. Join us in September for our next Monthly Club meetings. All Projects will start back up in October.

Open House &
Next Community Club Meeting

Thurs, Sept 14th @ 7pm 

You're invited to attend our next Club Meeting to learn all about Redwood 4-H and how to get involved in. 

Thursday, Sep 14, 2023 @ 7-8pm 

Hill and Valley Club, 1808 B Street in Hayward

(please enter through the backdoor that faces the parking lot)

What to Expect

Our monthly Community Club Meetings are where announcements are made, presentations are given, various information is discussed, service projects are worked on, games are played and snacks are eaten. 

Elected youth officers run the meetings, learning valuable parliamentary procedures, organization and leadership skills. The meetings have a theme and consist of Business, Program, Project Reports, Service Project, Recreation and Refreshment sections that the youth officers plan for each club meeting at their Officer Meetings. 

Projects are smaller groups of 4-Hers that typically meet once a month to learn, get hands-on experience, and acquire skills around the project's topic. Redwood 4-H offers several different Projects, catering to youth with all kinds of skills and interests.