Forty-six (46) Bibb County youth participated in our 3rd Annual 4-H Bibb County Summer Day Camp held July 10-13, 2017. There were two separate two-day sessions—Session 1 on July 10-11 and Session 2 on July 12-13. Program activities were based at Bibb County High School (BCHS) and field trips were taken to several locations in Bibb County. Youth participants painted art on canvas, harvested vegetables from the BCHS garden, learned about the Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge, the Cahaba River and its aquatic life, received information about healthy water and refreshments, saw and made pottery at Miller Pottery, volunteered at Helping Horses Alabama, and enjoyed a hike and swim at Brierfield Ironworks Historical State Park.
We at the Bibb County Extension Office would like to thank the 4-H youth participants, their parents and families, Bibb County 4-H Volunteers Courtney Lambert, Tessa Mayfield and Roger Brothers, Bibb County Master Gardener Volunteers Michelle Giddens and Sharon Hope, Bibb County High School staff, and the Cahaba River Society for making the 2017 Bibb County 4-H Summer Day Camp so fantastic!
Thursday, December 7 – 9:00am
Chamber Coffee Hosted by Rockco’s Funeral Home, Centreville
*Tour of Woodstock Tree Lighting – Friday, December 8 6:00pm-8:00pm
*West Blocton Christmas Parade, December 9 @ 5:00 PM
*Tour of West Blocton Tinsel Trails @ Coke Oven Park – No Admission Fee
Starts November 19 – Park is open 7am-5pm daily PLUS Thurs-Sun 6pm-9pm until December 27
Bibb Medical Center in December
Santa Claus is coming to town!! December 14
Call Bibb Medical Center at 205-926-3292 for more information
Kids and Kin is a FREE statewide program to provide support and assistance for grands, aunts, uncles, and other siblings who provide child care for their relative’s children. KIDS AND KIN BIBB COUNTY meets on Thursdays 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM at the Brent-Centreville Public Library.
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FREE COMPUTER & FINANCE CLASSES – Fall 2017
Brent-Centreville Public Library
See FLYER for DATES & TIMES and additional information
LIVE WELL ALABAMA Video
Extension Launches New Nutrition Website
The Body Quest Warriors challenge elementary youth to develop healthy behaviors
through Apple iPad apps.
Bibb County 4-H Programs for our youth
Click here for a list of programs
Private Pesticide Applicator
Call for more information 205-926-4310
4-H Animal Science Programs for Bibb County youth!!!
Come learn about the Skillathon & Livestock Quiz Bowl Programs.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2015 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
Bibb County Board of Education Auditorium
721 Walnut Street, Centreville, AL
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Bibb County is blessed with an abundance of natural resources, including public and private forests, rolling pastures and the Cahaba River watershed. Most county residents depend on these resources for their livelihoods as well as recreation. The importance of using these resources wisely and conserving them is critical.
Regional Agent Andrew Baril works with Bibb County Extension staff to address individual client requests concerning ponds, wildlife plots, forests and other issues.
Programs include invasive plant and animal species education, wildlife and forestry education through school-based programs such as Bibb County Earth Day/Forestry Awareness Week Now (FAWN), and a workshop series developed with the Bibb County Natural Resources Planning Committee.