There was tons of fun to be had at Community Partner Night at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay.
On Wednesday, UW-Extension, the Brown County Dairy Promotions Board and the Brown County Fair Association set up fun activities like archery.
The goal is to get area youth involved in 4-H.
Organizers say most 4-H members don't live on a farm and there are more than 300 projects to choose from.
“4-H is about growing life skills in young people,” said Melinda Pollen, the Brown County 4-H Youth Development Educator. “We want to give them the opportunity to grow those skills with hands on projects.”
There was also a drawing for free tickets to the Brown County Fair, which runs through August 15th-19th.