Limited 4-H In-person Activities To Resume – April 21, 2021

The Manitoba Government has confirmed that 4-H meetings and events can take place but need to adhere to the current public gathering restrictions, in addition to the 4-H specific requirements listed here.

At this time, a maximum of 5 people may attend a gathering in an indoor public place or the common areas of a multi-unit residence, and 10 people may attend an outdoor gathering.

In the case of an outdoor gathering on the property on which a private residence is located, the household members are included in the 10 person limit.

Please note that the current COVID-19 Prevention Orders will expire at 12:01 a.m. on May 12, 2021.  For more information about any changes that may take effect once the current Orders expire, please visit

4-H Head Leaders:  If you plan to resume in-person activities, please complete the activity planning form at and ensure that Covid 19 waiver forms have been returned to the office.

Please contact your Club Support Coordinator with any questions.

COVID-19 Update – April 20, 2021

New health restrictions are in effect as of Tuesday, April 20, 2021 and the province remains in the Red (Critical) level on the pandemic emergency response system.

4-H Manitoba clubs are reminded to follow provincial health guidelines.  All 4-H in-person activities are suspended until further notice.

The new restrictions will remain in effect until 12:01 a.m. on May 12, 2021.  As a result, the 4-H Manitoba Highway Clean-up Campaign will not take place in May, but may occur at a later date this year.  Watch for more information in the eZine and on the website.

Free Wills Month – May 2021

If you are aged 55 or over and have not made a Will or need to update your existing Will, we can help.  4-H Manitoba is participating in Free Wills Month to provide an opportunity for you to have your Will written, or updated, free of charge through a local lawyer or notary.  Having an up-to-date Will gives you peace of mind.  It’s also a fantastic opportunity to include a bequest to 4-H Manitoba — though there is no obligation to do so.  A gift would help to ensure that 4-H is available to future generations of young Manitobans.  If you would like to participate, please watch for the launch on May 3 or contact the office to receive a direct email.

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