North Carolina 4-H Virtual Craft Fair

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NC 4-H Virtual Craft FairWe are excited to announce the North Carolina 4-H Virtual Craft Fair. Each year our 4-H’ers have the opportunity to showcase the crafts they have made all year at their local fairs and or the NC State Fair. Since many of the fairs are canceled as well as the NC State Fair, due to the pandemic, we are excited to offer this opportunity to our 4-H’ers.

Registration will be open until November 2nd at Noon. This will allow our 4-H’ers plenty of time to get those craft items ready to enter. We will share the winners sometime during the first week of December along with the winners from the 4-H Hay Bale Fun contest. More details will be sent for a specific date and online location.
Contact your county 4-H Agent for your county deadline!
For more information about this article please contact:
Extension 4-H Associate, Youth Development Specialist
(919)515-8486