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4-H clover Ramsey County Animal Discovery Series: Horse - Session 3

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 You are invited to join Ramsey County 4-H in person for “Ramsey County Animal Discovery Series: Horse”, an exploratory, five-session learning series all about horses! Youth can expect fun, interactive lessons, guest speakers and group reflection supported by caring 4-H volunteers. Sessions will kick-off on Monday, January 23 and will continue every month on Mondays from 6:00-7:30 pm through May 22 at the Ramsey County Extension Office, 2020 White Bear Ave., Maplewood, MN  55109. Your registration includes participation in all five sessions. 

At the closure of the series, youth will be paired up with a county mentor who can provide support during the fair season should youth choose to enter an Animal Science project at their local county and/or the State Fair! 

This series is open to all youth, but specifically designed for youth who are excited about horses and new to the Animal Science project area and/or interested in Animal Science. 

Session Dates and Times: 6:00-7:30 PM

  • Monday, January 23
  • Monday, February 27
  • Monday, March 27
  • Monday, April 24
  • Monday, May 22

    Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

    Registration is open until January 16.


    All 4-H youth in grades K-13

    Registration open until January 16

    Registration is free and can be completed by following the steps outlined below. You will only need to register once and this includes participation in all five sessions. For registration assistance, contact Jan Logelin (logel001@umn.edu).

    1. Enroll in 4-H online for the 2022-2023 year.  If you are new to 4-H, please select the "In Person 4-H Camp or Event - Ramsey County" as your club.

    2. Register for "Ramsey County Animal Discovery Series: Horse" in the “Events” section of 4HOnline. This 4-H Online event registration guide may be helpful. You will need to register each youth individually.

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