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Bee Keeper


In this project, youth will learn about bees, hives, and harvest honey.


Youth will learn sewing skills and participate in the county Fashion Revue.


​In this project, youth get comfortable learning how to use kitchen tools, make recipes from scratch as well as being introduced to new foods!  They learn how to measure and read a recipe.  Plus -- the youth participate in the annual Food Fiesta where they get to share their cooking prowess with the judges!



Members learn how to read maps, use a compass, and explore hiking trails around the Bay Area.


The youth in the camping project will be able to plan a camping trip with the club.  They'll be in charge of planning activities, meals and the location of the trip.


For our 2023-2024 year we are offering a variety of projects:
Table Top Games



LEGO & Robotics

Roleplay Gaming

Rock Climbing

Marine Biology


Arts & Crafts

Community Service



Plus -- County Projects like archery, camp and camp leadership are available.

In addition to club projects, we have community service projects as well as county events where we join fellow 4-H'ers from Contra Costa County.


4-H members participate in projects where they are asked to accomplish a task, i.e., make something, develop a skill, raise and/or train an animal, etc. There are numerous projects available to 4-H members, including; foods, clothing, public speaking, rocketry, beekeeping, small animals, robotics, and even baseball.  4-H members begin by exploring their interests. They may select one or more projects, and receive a project manual which guides them through the activities. 4-H projects are age appropriate. The 16 year old 4-H member will be expected to do a more advanced project within their area of interest, whereas the 10 year old might be working with an introductory activity. 

4-H'ers can complete a record that demonstrates their project achievements and enter competition on a county, district and state level. One of the most important aspects of 4-H project work is that the 4-H member decides what they want to learn and do as they explore their project. This allows the project to be self-paced, and gives children important skills in setting and working toward their goals.

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