Interested in joining 4-H? We have MANY clubs available. Find out how you can join in the fun by checking out our Morris County 4-H Club List. When you're ready, contact the 4-H office and we will connect you with the club leaders for more information.
Do you have an idea for a 4-H club? Do you want to start a club? Tell us! We are happy to help you develop a new 4-H club centered around your interests. Take a look at a list of 4-H Projects for options.
Check out these 4-H clubs!
We are excited to announce that we starting two horse clubs in Morris County. If you love being around horses and are interested in learning all about horse care and equine science - contact the office or the club directly.
We Stirrup Trouble
This club meets every First and Third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Shamrock Farm & Stables in Gillette, NJ
This is for middle and high schoolers who LOVE playing any kind of games with like minded gamers. Bring your strategies, cards, boards, boxes, etc. and join the club.
Biweekly meetings will be held in Mountain Lakes. Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
If you like STEM and rockets in particular - you have come to the right place. This club is newly forming and actively looking for members. It is open to Middle and High School Students. A team will be selected from the members to compete in The American Rocket Challenge (TARC) and the NASA Student Launch.
You can contact them directly at email@example.com or ask at the 4-H office (firstname.lastname@example.org, 973-285-8301) to learn more.
Do you like the Harry Potter stories and want to discuss the books, movies, and characters with others, recreate scenes and props?
Contact the office to get on this new club's email list. The club will meet on the 3rd Monday of the month.
This is one of Morris County 4-H's Seeing Eye Puppy Raising club.
Raising and training these cute puppies to be successful working dogs is a project that involves the whole family. Parents apply with the Seeing Eye to be official puppy raisers, after successfully finishing that the family can join the 4-H club.
The club meets Saturdays at 9:30 AM in Madison,
Summer Meetings are held on Mondays at 7PM.
If your family is interested in this highly rewarding endeavor, please contact the club leader at
Be the Change 4-H Club
We are a community service club, that meets in Florham Park. The club meets twice a month on Wednesdays @ 4:30 for community service activities. Be the Change is open to all members (grades 4-13).
If you are interested email us at: email@example.com
This is a small animal club for members in Kindergarten to grade 13 (one year out of high school) who are interested in learning more about the care of their pet rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, etc.
If you don't own any of the small animals yet, the club encourages members to join and find out about these pets first.
We meet one Friday a month at 7pm.
If you are interested email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Busy Bees & Seedlings
Come Learn About the Wonderful Natural World Around Us! We explore beekeeping and gardening techniques and the impact both have on our world. No experience necessary, just bring your curiosity! Open to Grades K-13 (One Year out of High School).
Second Thursday of each month, 6:30pm at High View Farms, Budd Lake
Contact the leaders Barbara Demetris and Rosanne Oblen at 908.303.0010
Dogs R Us
Do you love dogs? Are you interested in learning more about better ways to communicate with your 4-legged friend, different dog training methods, breeds, tricks to do together? In the Dogs R Us club you can get together with other dog club members and explore these and other dog related topics through hands-on activities and discussions. The club meets on Tuesdays at 6:30pm.
Contact the 4-H office if you are interested.
Are chickens your thing - or maybe duck, geese, guinea, pigeons, or turkeys?
Then this club is for you. You can learn all about different breeds and how to take care of your feathered friends in this poultry club.
They meet every 3rd Monday at 6:30pm at Highview Farm, 416 Sandshore Rd in Budd Lake.
Contact Rosanne Oblen at 908-303-0010
Come and learn all about the care and keeping of pocket pets!
(that's rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and other small animals)
We meet the first Tuesday of the month at High View Farm in Budd Lake from 6:30-7:30.
Contact Rosanne Oblen at 908-303-0010
Just Kid 'N' Around - goat club
Our 4-H goat club "Just Kid 'N' Around" teaches the different breeds and care of goats. Members, who own one or more goats, get together monthly for their meetings and other goat related events as well as general 4-H activities.
Check out their goat videos.
This is one of our county's most active club. The members (grades 4 - 13, occasionally younger) and adult 4-H leaders meet safely in their Minecraft world(s) to get creative building replicas of areas they are interested in, invent new things, and come up with video ideas. The club also has a YouTube channel where they stream and showcase their creations.
Our shooting sports club is for members in grades 6-13 (one year out of high school). Practice and competition opportunities are available in archery, air rifle, shotgun, and 22 long rifle.
The club is lead by a team of trained adult volunteers.
Check out their website: www.morrismarksmen.org
or contact them at Morrismarksmen@morrismarksmen.org to find out more.
We raise, train, and socialize our foster puppies to one day become guide dogs for the Seeing Eye.
We meet on Tuesdays 6:30–7:30pm at the Grace Church (Bethlehem Campus) in Randolph, NJ
For information about becoming a Seeing Eye puppy raiser visit www.seeingeye.org
Kristin and Linda Kabis, Co-Leaders
Radical RC Racers
Open to youth in grades K-13 (one year out of high school)
Teaches basics of RC cars including designs, repairs, and tricks to impress your friends.
One meeting each month at Highview Farms, Budd Lake
Contact the 4-H office to join!
Our Photography club is open to grades 4-13.
They meet twice a month whenever possible, once for a photo walk and another time to share their best pictures.
No fancy equipment necessary, phone or simple point-and-shoot camera are fine too.
Club meetings are one Thursday a month at 3 PM at the 4-H office.
To contact the club, send an email to: email@example.com
And yes, they do admire National Geographic photographers :-)
Interested to build, craft, plant, photograph, and more - all related to the STEAM topics (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math)?
Then the STEAM Punks will be for you!
Youth in grades K-8 are invited to join the fun STEAM themed activities, experiments, and games.
Meetings are the 4th Thursday of each month at 3:30 pm over Zoom or Google Meet.
This is a Florham Park based club and open to all Morris County families.
Materials can be supplied by the member family or picked up in Florham Park. Florham Park 4-H club members can have materials delivered by the club leader.
Check out their website: https://www.steampunks4h.org/
or contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tech-No Bots Cloverbud 4-H Club
Mad STEM Scientists 4-H Club
Mad STEM Scientists 4-H Club
If you are interested in science, robotics, and programming - you have to check out these clubs.
They are split in two different age groups:
Tech-No Bots is for K-3rd graders, and
Mad STEM Scientists for grades 4th-13th (one year out of high school).
Contact them at: TechNoBotsMadSTEM4H@gmail.com
Members of this club act as teen representatives of the Morris County 4-H program. Teens work together to address issues concerning other 4-H clubs, assist the 4-H office staff in organizing and running every major county level event, and serve as country representatives at state and national 4-H events. At club meetings, members serve as teen ambassadors from the other Morris County 4-H clubs.
Open to current Morris County 4-H teens in grades 8-13 (one year out of high school). Members must also be excited to make new friends and ready to get involved in some fun leadership opportunities.
Meets once a month.
Contact the Morris County 4-H office at email@example.com or 973-285-8301 to learn more.
We focus on developing global citizens who are aware of the world around them. We discuss world events, uniqueness and similarities with different cultures, and challenge our perceptions of the world. The club also provides guidance and support to any kids interested in hosting an international delegate for a weekend or a month or travelling abroad for a month-long home-stay with an international family.
Meets the 4th Monday of the Month, 6:30-7:30 PM at Mine Hill Civic Center, NJ
For more information please call or email the club at
World of Theatre
Are you interested in Theatre? Curious to find out more?
The World of Theatre 4-H Club will focus on all aspects of theatre, which will include performing, skit writing, costuming and set design. They will develop and enhance your love of theatre by studying the history of theatre and it’s impact around the world.
They meet one Thursday a month @ 7pm (on Google Meets for now)
Check out their website: https://worldoftheatre4hclub.shutterfly.com/
or contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To see all clubs - go to the club list at the top of the page.