4-H Clubs in Strafford County

4-h kids sewing

Strafford County 4-H has a wide variety of club project areas available to youth and families. From shooting sports to arts and expression to STEM, there is something for everyone. Below is a list of the clubs that are active during the 2019-2020 program year. If your child sees a club that is interesting please contact your county 4-H office at CE.Strafford@unh.edu.  

4-H Projectiles

Shooting Sports Club. Ages 9-18. Meets the 1st and 4th Saturday of the month 8:00-12:00 in Barrington at Major Waldron's. 

Club enrollment is an annual event which takes place on the 1st and 4th Saturday of September .

4-H Sewing Club

Sewing and Textiles. Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month in Durham from 4:00 to 6:00 pm.  This club is perfect for any skill level, starting with youth who have never sewn, to those looking to advance their skills.  Recommended ages 8 - 18.

Clever Clovers

Healthy Living and Service Learning focus, project focus changes per club year: Ages 8-18. Meets at the Milton Free Library.  Also has a specialized horse project.

Making Strides

General Interest Homeschool Club. Ages 5-18.  Meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month in Durham.

Random Chickens

STEM, Youth Development through Archery, and poultry projects. Ages 5-18.  Meets once a month in Strafford.  Random Chickens will not be accepting new member applications until further notice.

Strafford County Club

The club will meet once per month offering a different activity at each meeting. New 4-Hers, independent members and other club members are welcomed to join. The club meets one Wednesday per month.

Strafford County Horse Club

Meets Sunday afternoons in Rochester. Ages 5-18.

Tween & Teen Club

Strafford and Carroll County 4-H have teamed together to create this new Tween & Teen Club.  Youth ages 11 - 18 are welcomed to join.  

Woolmark Shepherds

Livestock club focusing on sheep management including raising and showing sheep.  Ages 8-18.  Meets once per month in Durham. Club members must own their own sheep or lease a sheep in order to participate.