4-H Horse Meeting – April 18 Register Now

The Buffalo/Pepin County 4-H Horse project meeting is kick of the 2021 4-H Horse program and discuss summer programing expectations and guidelines. April 18 at 1:00pm via Zoom Register in advance for this meeting: https://uwmadison.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIoc-6vqjIsE9axtKwat-cQsByttcxgdDjS After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Buffalo/Pepin Teen Court Program Honors Graduating Seniors

Buffalo/Pepin County Teen Court program is happy to recognize the dedication of its graduating seniors! These panelists have supported their peers in restorative justice for two, three or four years and have weathered the changes that came with a pandemic. We’re so proud of your accomplishments! Congratulations on your 2021 graduation! Buffalo/Pepin County Teen Court […]

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Interviews for Incoming Teen Court Panelists Conducted

  Buffalo/Pepin County Teen Court offers eligible youth an alternative to appearing in juvenile court. Youth offenders have an opportunity to receive a meaningful consequence from a jury of their peers while gaining an opportunity to take responsibility for their actions. Buffalo/Pepin County Teen Court serves to modify behavior of first-time offenders by combining positive […]

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Family Meal Series

This Family Meal series is open for registration. This is recommended for parents/caregivers.  Each session is limited to 15 participants and is about 30 minutes long via Zoom. Register in your 4-H Online Account If you need help registering here are the instructions. How to register for an event in 4-H Online  

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Teen Eats Virtual Cooking Class

Interested in a cooking class that goes beyond the basics? Super-size your cooking skills with a focus on fresh taste and international flair. This 6 lesson course will have you loving foods and flavors you’ve never experienced. We will send welcome notes via email to participants as they register. They will have access to our […]

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LGBTQ+ Book Discussion Circle Registration Opens April 1

We want teens and adults to join us for the Virtual Learning Community book group where we will be discussing “I Wish You All the Best” by Mason Deaver! Topics covered in this YA (Young Adult) novel include: the importance of friendships, the way key adults can support youth in times of crisis, gender non-conformity/fluidity, […]

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Swine Ear Tags Registration

  The 2021 County Fair Swine RFID ear tags are ready for request. All Market Swine must be tagged using the RFID ear tags provided by the  County Fair Association to be eligible for show at the 2021  County Fair. All market swine must be tagged by May 1, 2021. In an effort to comply […]

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4-H Project Deadline

  If you plan to participate in the junior division of the County Fair as a 4-H member in 2021, you need to be enrolled in your 4-H projects by April 1st. Projects ( i.e. Photography, Beef, Foods, NOT Fair Entries( i.e. Best Color Photo, Market Steer, Quick Bread). Please double check that you are […]

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Fair Sheep and Goat Weigh In

  READ ALL INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FIRST! Under current April 2021 COVID-19 guidelines, we need to limit the number of people onsite at one time to 20 or less and the total numbers served on one day to less than 150 people outdoors only. Therefore, registration for the  Fair Sheep/Goat Weigh-in is required. Please complete […]

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