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The University of Wisconsin-Extension is currently hiring a Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP) Nutrition Educator for Walworth County. Click to find out how you can join our team!

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Holiday Horticulture

Take some time out of your busy holiday schedule to participate in the Holiday Horticulture Workshop. This workshop will guide you through making your own holiday centerpiece while enjoying holiday music and warm, healthy snacks. Adorn your own home for the holidays with one of these beautiful centerpieces, or make one for a gift!


2015 Space Camp

Boldly go where other 4-H’ers fear to tread… Explore the fascinating world of aerospace, astronomy, and technology at 4-H Space Camp!

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Strong Women Exercise Classes

The Strong Women Program is a fun, hands-on way to make positive changes to help you move more, eat better, meet new people, and improve your general health and well-being. A weekly exercise program for men and women of all ages, classes will include progressive weight training, cardiovascular exercise, flexibility, balance activities, and nutrition education.

4-H Music Fest

4-H Music Fest 2015!

We listen to our favorite music on our phones or iPods. Some of us may be great shower singers or tap some mean rhythms while we sit in a meeting or in class. Bands, Choirs, Dance Studios, 4-H… WHAT?! 4-H?! Think about it… 4-H is a gathering of extremely talented youth. Livestock, cooking, art, and yes, MUSIC! 4-H offers the opportunity to showcase your talents with MUSIC FEST! Click here to read more about 4-H Music Fest 2015!


Walworth County Radon Poster Contest

Walworth County Division of Public Health is pleased to announce the first ever county wide Radon Poster Contest for children in 4th-8th grades. The goals of the contest are to raise awareness about the harmful effects of elevated levels of indoor radon gas and to increase the number of homes tested for radon. Any child in grades 4th-8th that lives or attends school in Walworth County is eligible to participate.