This is the home page for the Fairfax City 4-H Community Club, a member of the Fairfax County 4-H Program!
Our club offers many exciting activities for our youth ages 9 – 19. We meet every second Tuesday of the month, although individual activities may meet more frequently.
We garden, cook, write, cycle, do pottery, help in the community, and much more. Contact us to find out how you can join.
This is a club member-run website.
Our club will have a booth at the Fairfax City Fall Festival, where we will be selling baked goods to raise money for the local Lamb Center, which provides services to the homeless and underprivileged in our area. If you’ve been wanting to find out more about our club, now is the perfect time to see us in action! The festival will be October 13th from 10:00AM to 5:00PM.
At our meeting today, we elected new officers for this year’s club! We give a warm welcome to all new club officers and members. We sincerely hope that they have a wonderful, fun year leading our club. From left to right, we have our new president, treasurer, secretary, and vice president.
Welcome to the new school year and the start of a new 4-H year! The club will be continuing under new direction. Our first meeting for this 4-H year will be Tuesday, October 9th. See you there!
Our club had a great time at this weeks fair! Our club members won prizes and had great fun on the carnival rides. If youwere there, we hope you had a great time, and if you weren’t, we wish to see you next year!
Hello, all! The 2018 4-H Fair will be the weekend of August 4th and 5th. Our club members have entered into various elements of the fair, and it will be a fun weekend full of farm activities, fair food, and good people. We hope that you can make it!
We’ve teamed up with some other clubs in the area to celebrate Independence Day.
Our club will be in the Fairfax City Fourth ofJuly Parade tomorrow! We’ve had a ton of fun planning out and working on our float, and we hope that you come to the parade and enjoy it!
This year, to celebrate our country, the Fairfax City Community Club will be in the Fairfax City Fourth of July Parade! We started planning out our float, and it looks amazing. We hope that you’ll come to the parade and support us!
Although it may not feel like it, summer is almost here, and it’s time for us to prepare for our summer planting. At this work day, we mulched, weeded, and generally prepared for planting.
Brr! This garden workday was a chilly one! Over the winter, the fencing that surrounds our garden fell down due to heavy winds. Before we can start our spring garden, we need to replace it! We spent a chilly morning putting up new fencing and maintaining our garden space. Soon, it’ll be time to plant spring vegetables!