Welcome to the Stephenson County 4-H Show Entry Registration Site.
We are preparing for the possibility of returning to in-person events, based on local conditions at that time and in conjunction with current IDPH guidelines.
The following COVID-19 social distancing and safety practices reflect requirements of the Illinois Department of Public Health and University of Illinois event guidelines. These mitigation protocols also may be modified to reflect any requirements of the local public health department based on local conditions at the time of the event.
1.Face coverings are required for all youth, spectators, volunteers, and staff when within the defined 4-H event space (inside or outside)
2.Everyone in attendance will practice social distancing during the event, including maintaining six feet of separation (both indoors and outdoors) from those who are not in their households. To allow for social distancing, building and spectator capacity may be limited based on current public health department guidelines.
3.Handwashing and sanitizing stations will be provided throughout the venue.
4.Anyone who has experienced COVID-19 symptoms within the previous seven days is asked to stay home. COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough, loss of taste or smell, or shortness of breath.
If any of these guidelines presents a challenge for you, please contact us directly at the office. We are happy to discuss what accommodations are possible so that we can look for ways that all youth can safely participate in this event.
Please see the 2021 Program Book for 4-H Show dates and requirements. The deadline for ALL 4-H fair entries is June 16, 2021. Site closes at midnight on June 16.
Please note: If you were not enrolled in 4-H Online by April 1, 2021, you are not eligible to show in this year's Fair.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please call the Extension Office at 815-235-4125. I look forward to a wonderful exhibition season again this year. Thank you and good luck,
Brenda Heimann, 4-H Youth & Development Coordinator