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Back-to-4-H Night

Have you thought about joining the 4-H program, but felt you didn’t know enough about it? Walworth County 4-H is offering “Back-to-4-H Night” on October 6 from 6-8 p.m. at the Walworth County Fairgrounds Activity Center, Elkhorn. This fun, open house style event will offer parents and youth the opportunity to sample 4-H through a variety of hands-on activities!


Nutrient Management Planning Offered

The University of Wisconsin-Extension and Walworth County will be offering a Nutrient Management Farmer Education Program in early December, providing assistance to farmers through classroom guidance using soil tests, maps, and farm-specific information to develop plans using Snap-Plus


Raising a Thinking Child

If you are a parent of a 4-7 year-old and your child has experienced temper tantrums, difficulty making or keeping friends, impatience or interrupting, or not listening, Raising a Thinking Child workshop may be just right for you! This evidence-based workshop series will help you guide your child to solve common, everyday problems by communicating with your child.

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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.


Emerald Ash Borer

Emerald Ash Borer, a serious pest of ash trees has been confirmed Walworth County and several other counties of Southeast Wisconsin. Homeowners can take steps to provide their trees with a measure of security but it must be done proactively.


Gypsy Moth

Have you seen these moths around? They may be more harmful to your trees than you think! Find out more at the Gypsy Moth in Wisconsin website.