Information on 4-H projects offered in Marion County, including exhibit requirements for fair. This page includes information on individual and club projects and a link to exhibit tags to use for Cloverbuds, at township fairs, and as place holders on posters along with many other helpful links.
Animal Fever is a chance for any 4-H member to show their creativity. You will start out with the ceramic bank pictured to the left and give it some personality through your decoration of him. You can also make him at home in a 9 in X 9 in X 9 in environment. Banks are a available at the office for $5.00 each. This would make a great club activity. Hurry up and get yours today, we have a limited number of banks. Animal Fever exhibits will be entered at county fair project check-in.
Cloverbuds is an early childhood developmental program for K-2nd grades. Help your child master early learning skills in the Cloverbud program.
How to Create Project Posters for the Fair
Links for Marion County 4-H events calendar and social media pages.
Related files include Marion County 4-H general terms and conditions, poster and notebook guidelines, ribbon placement information and Exhibit Tags.
Joining the Marion County Horse and Pony project and Indy Riders 4-H Club
As of the 2017-2018 4-H year Indiana 4-H will no longer offer materials for the microwave foods project. It was decided that Marion County 4-H would continue to offer microwave foods at the county level. Project manuals are still available at the county office. The 4-H advisory board will have a committee to come up with local materials as our supply of project manuals is used up. Please contact the office if you are interested in being part of this committee.
Let's show our unity to the world-add your voice saying the 4-H pledge to our county video!
The Changemakers, facilitated by Marion County 4-H, is a new experience for teens to focus their passions toward actions through community service to improve lives in our community.