Cape May County 4-H Postpones Fall Open House and Halloween Haunted Horse Show

CAPE MAY – Due to inclement weather, Cape May County 4-H will postpone this year’s Fall Open House and Halloween Haunted House Show until Sunday, October 11th.
Festivities will last from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will include face painting, hay rides, a petting zoo, a bouncy castle, and food for all guests. In addition to activities, all guests are welcome to learn about the twenty-two 4-H clubs available which include teen leadership, herpetology, equestrian, fishing, gardening, sewing, culinary arts, archery, livestock, and special Cloverbud clubs for children Kindergarten through 3rd grade.
Participants in 12th grade or below, who own their own horse, are welcome to compete in the Halloween Haunted Horse Show. The show includes several competitions including a costume contest, the "Headless Horseman's Hideout," the "Team Witches' Brew Relay Race" and the "Hairy Scary."
The 4-H Open House will take place at Coover Livestock Pavilion located at the rear of the 4-H fairgrounds on 355 Court House, South Dennis Road in the Cape May Court House. The Horse Show costs $1 to enter and both events are open to the public.
To learn more about the Cape May County 4-H Youth Development Program, visit the 4-H Foundation website at or call 609.465.5115 and dial extension 605.

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