4-H Football Day at Auburn University is September 29, 2018. Game time to be announced later, but since it is HOMECOMING, it should not be a night game.
What’s the cost?
- For 4-H’ers and 4-H Volunteers and resource volunteers) who are active in 4HOnline, it’s just $10 which covers the game ticket and a tee-shirt.
- For all other guests (meaning kids or adults who aren’t 4-H’ers or volunteers), it’s just $40 which covers a $10 registration fee plus $30 for the game ticket. If you have any questions about your status as a 4-H’er or volunteer, contact your county’s 4-H office listed below.
How do you register?
- Registration is now open in 4HOnline and limited to the first 500 paid participants, state-wide. Registration closes Tuesday, September 18 at 4:45 p.m. (Go to www.alabama4h.com and click on Join to register or to enroll if needed).
How do you get to the game? What about parking?
- If we have at least 25 folks from our area who register and want to ride to Auburn as a county, we will get a school bus and charge about $15 to ride. Otherwise, you will need to drive to Auburn and park yourself.
- If you drive yourself, plan on going up early to find a parking spot on campus or park off-campus and ride the free public transit buses onto campus. Shuttle buses run 4 hours prior to kick-off until 2 hours after the game ends. Shuttle buses drop off and pick up on War Eagle Way by the stadium. Off-Campus Shuttle Stops: Duck Samford Park, City of Auburn Softball Complex, Auburn Mall and Tigertown.
- The Auburn Football Gameday Parking Website explains parking.
- Check-in will take place on campus, on the front lawn of Duncan Hall, which is State 4-H headquarters. This is where you will get your tickets and tee-shirts.
- Contact your 4-H office for more information.
Houston County (334-794-4108); Henry County (334-585-6416)
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2018 Henry County Pod Blast Schedule- WREC, Headland AL
September 4 (Tuesday) 8-10 AM October 2 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon
September 7 (Friday) 8-12 Noon October 5 (Friday) 8-12 Noon
September 11 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon October 9 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon
September 14 (Friday) 8-12 Noon October 12 (Friday) 8-12 Noon
September 18 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon October 16 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon
September 21 (Friday) 8-12 Noon October 18 (Thursday) 8-12 Noon
September 25 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon October 23 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon
September 28 (Friday) 8-12 Noon October 26 (Friday) 8-12 Noon
October 30 (Tuesday) 8-12 Noon
All other times are by appointment only by calling the Henry County Extension Office at 334-58