Spring 4-H Programs

To register go to http://bit.ly/Tillamook4-H. Preregistration is required

Fiber Arts Afterschool Workshop—Knitting:

Novice knitters will create a knitted hat using a circular loom. Loom, hook, needle, tape measure and yarn will be provided for each student and will be theirs to keep. Time permitting, the hats will be embellished with pompoms, tassels or yarn flowers.

Beginning/Intermediate knitters will create a soap bag, a pair of slippers and/or a scarf using knitting needles and a variety of wool.  Projects are suitable for entry in the County Fair.

  • When: Thursdays, March 15 to May 31, 3:30-5 pm
  • Where: Latimer Quilt & Textile Center, 2105 Wilson River Loop, Tillamook
  • Ages: 4th grade and up
  • Cost: $45 for new participants $35 for returning participants (includes supplies)

Spring Break Cooking Day Camp: 

Come learn to make simple pasta meals. In this class we'll learn to make homemade Mac and Cheese, From-Scratch Hamburger Helper and Spaghetti with Meat Sauce.

  • When: March 26-28, 10 am—12 pm
  • Where: OSU Extension Meeting Room #105  
  • Ages: 4th—6th grades
  • Cost: $30 (includes supplies)

Spring Break Fairy Garden Day Camp:

Join us for a fun-packed creative miniature experience. Learn different ways to build miniature gardens and build your own. Learn creative ways to have fun making items for your garden.

  • When: March 26-28,  1—3 pm
  • Where: 4-H/FFA Livestock Barn, Tillamook County Fairgrounds  
  • Ages: 2nd—5th grades
  • Cost: $30 (includes supplies)

Forces of Nature Afterschool Program:

Learn about the forces of nature in this afterschool program. Find out about the power of water, what causes earthquakes, why volcanos erupt, make your own tornados and more.

  • When: Thursdays, April 12—May 17, 3:30—5 pm
  • Where: OSU Extension Meeting Room #105 
  • Ages: 4th-6th grades
  • Cost: $45 (includes supplies)

Cloverbud Art Exploration: 

These art sessions are to allow young artists to explore and express themselves creatively as they build confidence in their skills and ability to make their own artistic decisions.  Students will use a variety of mediums.     

  • When: Tuesdays, April 10—May 15, 3:30—5 pm
  • Where: Art Accelerated Gallery, 1906 Third Street, Tillamook
  • Ages: K—3rd grades                                      
  • Cost: $45 (includes supplies)

Art Expression: 

This mixed media workshop is an opportunity for young artists to explore traditional and new techniques and materials as they improve their art skills.  Building confidence in themselves and their skills, they will be able to make unique artistic  decisions as they build a portfolio.

  • When: Mondays, April 9—May 14, 3:30—5 pm
  • Where: OSU Extension Meeting Room #105   
  • Ages: 4th grade and up
  • Cost: $30 (includes supplies)

Art & Journaling:

This class, taught by Thea DeFeyter, a member artist of Art Accelerated, will explore basic drawing and journaling concepts.  This will be a time to look, with interspection, into everyday life and create meaningful artistic awareness, present a challenge and go work to see an accomplished outcome.  Students will work in a spiral drawing journal as they explore different topics each week.

  • When: Fridays, April 6—May 11, 3:30-5 pm
  • Where: OSU Extension Meeting Room #105   
  • Ages: 6th—8th grades
  • Cost: $30 (includes supplies)

Downtown Mural Project for Middle & High School Students:

This project, taught by Thea DeFeyter, professional artist, working with Art Accelerated, will start with design of a mural, moving through the County permit process, to review and exaction and finally, installation.   Each participant will do a small test panel and participate in painting large mural panels.

  • When: Saturdays, April 7—May 12, 10:30 am—12:30 pm 
  • Where: OSU Extension Meeting Room #105   
  • Ages: 6th—12th grades
  • Cost: $30 (includes supplies)


  • Sign up early, space is limited (low enrollment will result in the class being cancelled—deadline is 1 week prior to the date class starts).
  • Fees include equipment, supplies, field-trips and activities.
  • Current 4-H Members pay the fee listed below.  [NOTE: youth not currently enrolled in 4-H pay a one-time enrollment fee in addition to the program fees below, payable at the time of registration for the first day camp. ($25 for 4-12 grade; $2 for K-3 grade)]
  • Financial need scholarships are available.  Forms are available on our website or at our office.
  • 4-H Activities Refund Information:  100% of the registration fee paid will be refunded if cancellation is requested 7 days or more before the start of the program or within less than 7 days of the program if there are sufficient campers registered to cover camp costs (determined on a case-by-case basis).  No refunds for cancellations occurring on the start day of the Day Camp or if the participant fails to show up for the activity.


Oregon State University Extension Service prohibits discrimination in all its programs, services, activities, and materials on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, familial/parental status, income derived from a public assistance program, political beliefs, genetic information, veteran’s status, reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made 14 days prior to the activity or event. All determinations regarding the specific accommodation request will be made by the OSU Extension Service Tillamook County 4-H Faculty in cooperation with the OSU Office of Disability Access Services.  The 4-H Accommodation Request Form is on our website at: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/tillamook/sites/default/files/4-h_accommodation_request_form.pdf

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