4-H Day at the Capitol
We hope to see you in Tallahassee on February 3, 2016!
More than 400 youth and adults participated in the 2015 4-H Day at the Capitol.
Please join us this year as we fill Tallahassee with a sea of green in 2016.
Your guide to the 2016 4-H Day at the Capitol event is now available. This informational packet explains how to schedule a meeting with your representative or senator, recommends event attire, and lists a schedule of the day.
4-H Day at the Capitol is an educational event that provides youth an opportunity to tour different parts of Tallahassee and the Capitol. Youth will visit with their legislators and watch them in action on the floor of the Senate and House of Representatives. This year, participants will have the option of building their own tours, as tour guides depart to locations around the capitol each hour. Tour information for the 2016 year is available below.
4-H youth will also have the chance to come together and share the positive impacts of the Florida 4-H Program.
Appointments with your legislators should be made prior to coming to 4-H Day at the Capitol.
Who: All 4-H Members, Friends, Family, and Alumni
When: February 3, 2016
Where: Tallahassee, Florida
Cost: Non-Tour Registration is $15. This price includes lunch and a Day at the Capitol T-shirt.
Tours range in cost from $22 to $28. These prices include lunch and a Day at the Capitol T-shirt.
For more information about the 2016 tours and pricing, check out our Tour Information Guide
- Registration will be open from December 1, 2015 to January 27, 2016. In order to guarantee your preferred lunch and t-shirt size, please register by January 20, 2016.
- Registration will be through 4HOnline
- Need help registering? Refer to this document.
- Save the Date Banner (jpg)
- Save the Date Banner (pdf)
- Tour Information Guide
- Guide to 4-H Day at the Capitol
Other Helpful Tools:
- Historic Capitol Resource Tools
- Museum of History Resource Tools
- New Capitol Building
- Capitol Map
- Parking Map
- Capitol Coloring Book
Listen to Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam’s interview with Southeast AgNet about how participation in 4-H helped him develop the citizenship, speaking, organizational and leadership skills that he draws on to this day. Listen Here