Canada’s largest 4-H event will take place at the Calgary Stampede this weekend from Friday, May 30th to Sunday, June 1st at Stampede Park.
More than 600 4-H members will participate in this year’s event, representing more than 40 clubs from Calgary and the surrounding area. 4-H members will display their best livestock, life skills projects and compete in judging skills.
The day will kick-off with a Stampede breakfast and will continue with a series of demonstrations including archery, sheep trimming, steer team grooming, canine first aid and a kids program.
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