Focus on Fathers
Focus on Fathers- Workshops to help fathers explore parenting tips and learn ways to strengthen their relationships with their child.
Raising WI Children Conference
Two days of Free virtual conferences available Jan 13 & 15, 2022. Attend one, a few, or all sessions.
Extension Bayfield County Highlights – 2019 Annual Report
This report showcases some of the accomplishments of our office in 2019. The partnerships between Bayfield County and the University of Wisconsin Division of Extension allows resources and information to be delivered to our residents and have an impact on our communities. If you know of an informational or educational need in your community, organization, business or family, please let us be a resource to help address it by contacting our office. We look forward to serving you in the future.
2020 4-H Summer Camp
July 21st and July 22nd. Morning or afternoon session. Biking and canoeing! Long Lake and Prentice Park. Outdoor Fun! Registration is required. No Fee.
Strengthening Families & Systems: Building Positive Relationships with Children who have Experienced Trauma
An 8-session program to help parents, caregivers, child-serving professionals and community members understand trauma and its impact on children so they can build positive relationships that help children thrive.
Parents Connect – Online Parenting Classes
Parent’s Connect is a free online educational series designed to support local parents of 3 to 12 year-olds. Sessions will be on Friday’s in May from 1-2 pm via video conference. Online registration required.
4-H Cultural Arts Festival 2020 – Rules & Registration Forms
New! Bayfield County 4-H VIRTUAL Cultural Arts Festival. Open to ALL Bayfield County Youth. Submissions accepted from May 7th to May 17th.
Photography, paintings, drawings, arts & crafts, singing, plays, puppet shows, masterpiece re-creations, creative writing, Legos, sculptures, ceramics. . .
Oganawenimaan: Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Series
An online learning & support group for relative caregivers, Are you a grandparent, aunt, uncle, or other relative providing care for children? Learn about resources to help you. Share ideas, and support with other relative caregivers. Starting Thursday, May 7 at 1:00 p.m.
Live via Zoom—Join from smartphone, tablet or computer. Registration is required.
Be a part of the Village Movement!
Join us for a presentation and discussion with Ann Albert, Executive Director of SAIL, a Madison-based non-profit “virtual village”. Part club, part HOA, and part concierge service, “virtual villages” are popping up
everywhere to support older adults wishing to live active lives in their home communities, care for homes and address needs related to aging in place. Let’s get familiar with the village concept, and consider how it might be applied here!