4-H Open House in Morongo Valley

Come be a 4-Her for a day and see what green is all about!

The Hi-Desert Dust Devils are sharing 4-H with the public. There will be booths representing all the projects we offer and an activity to go with each booth. Our cooking project members will be making lunch, supplying drinks and snacks for a nominal fee. *all proceeds go to our club* Several vendors are setting up to help us promote the awesome stuff 4-H brings to our local community.

Thank you, Big Morongo Feed & Tack, Mojave A.R.C., Virginia Neal (Face Painting) and Lon at Tractor Supply for choosing to participate thus far.

We will do some fun stuff, you should come check it out, you won’t regret it.

The Hi-Desert Dust Devils 4-H Club is a local San Bernardino County 4-H Club based out of Yucca Valley and surrounding cities such as; 29 Palms, Landers, Johnson Valley, Joshua Tree, and Morongo Valley.

If you would like more information on the 4-H Youth Development Program you can visit; http://4h.ucanr.edu/ or you can visit our clubs Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1492101744368736/

Saturday, September 3rd, 9AM -2PM
111654 Vale Drive
Morongo Valley, CA 92256-9603

For questions, email Cadi at cadithayer@gmail.com

Grubstake Days! – Yucca Valley

Events like this make living here such a joy! Grubstake Days had become a thing of the past the last few years but a small group of residents decided that just wasn’t right and have revived the weekend festivities celebrating our area’s heritage and bringing back a sense of community. Come watch the parade, participate in horseshoes, cheer on the rodeo, and play at the carnival! There’s so much more too!

Is this homeschool related? Of course, it is! Things like this are what make family memories and that is what home education is really about, building family and community on the small scale and giving our country the strong base to build on and change the world. Where better to learn a bit about our local history than a Heritage Day celebration? Where better to meet the community and know our neighbors than a town parade and pancake breakfast? The best part about this particular festival is that it really is a “local” and “grassroots” thing. The community wanted it. A citizen took charge. And through the glories of human ingenuity and social media, Grubstakes Days has been reborn!

Take the family out this weekend, buy some cotton candy, and show your support. The more people that attend, the bigger it will be next year!