Rural Youth Fair is the culmination of the 4-H year, and represents a celebration of members' achievements. Rural Youth Fair illustrates and emphasizes the success of the 4-H motto, “Learn to do by Doing”, providing an opportunity for 4-H members to display their talents and to enter into the spirit of friendly competition.
The judging competition, traditionally run at Old Home Week, actually found members visiting three different farms in the Cornwall area on a beautiful summer day!
Lots of fun awaits you this weekend in both Crapaud and Alberton, as two of the Island's best exhibitions kick off. Don't miss out!
Check out these glowing survey results from over 750 4-H members and alumni.
In order for PEI 4-H to be able to offer 4-H classes at Old Home Week and to organize the PEI 4-H Rural Youth Fair it is necessary for volunteers to fill many roles at both these events.
4-H is 4 U!
4-H is your chance to learn more about your community and agriculture, foster leadership abilities and build new skills.
4-H has been part of PEI communities for more than 90 years providing incredible opportunities for youth and adult leaders. 4-H is for anyone at any time of your life.