Pike County Events
March: All month is 4-H promotion & recruitment month!!!
March 10: 4-H Council Meeting, 6:30 pm @ 4-H Building
March 17: Color Me Green 4-H Fun Run & Registration Night beginning at 5 pm at the Pike County 4-H Fairgrounds. The Extension Office will also be on hand to answer questions and accept 4-H enrollments. Click here to view the flyer.
March 22: Pike County Ag Day Breakfast beginning at 7 am at the Otwell Community Center
March 22: 4-H Cattle Tagging Day from 2 to 4 pm @ 4-H Fairgrounds
March 24-28: Spring Break for Pike County School Corporation
April 1: Future 4-H & 4-H Enrollments are due by 4 pm.
April 7: 4-H Livestock Committee Meeting at 6 pm in the Extension Office
April 16: Mandatory 4-H Livestock Members Meeting at 6 pm in the 4-H Building.
May 1: Science Workshop Applications are due in the Extension Office by 4 pm. Click here for more information and the application form.
May 2-3: Visit the Pike County 4-H Livestock Food Booth during the Azalea Blossom Festival
May 12: 4-H Sheep & Swine Tagging Day. Details TBA
May 15: Future 4-H Livestock Forms, Animal Lease Agreements, and Enrollments for Beef (Registered Heifers), Goats, Horse & Pony, Llama, Sheep & Swine are due by 4 pm.
May 17: 4-H Goat Tagging Day from 9 am to 11 am at the 4-H Fairgrounds.
June 1: Enrollments for Rabbit & Poultry are due by 4 pm.
June 1: 4-H Project Drop & Add Deadline. Remember, any project may be dropped, but only non-livestock projects may be added after April 1st until June 1st.
June 1: Freestyle Project Proposals are due in the Extension Office by 4 pm.
July 20-25: Pike County 4-H Fair Week
March 13 – Indiana Livestock, Forage, and Grain Symposium @ Indianapolis
March 19: Explore Rural Resources with Congressman Larry Bucshon, M.D. , 9:30 am to Noon @ VUJC. This is a free event to learn about federal programs and services available to rural Hoosiers.
June 16 & 17 – Purdue Farm Management Tour @ Dubois/Spencer Counties
Please see our County Calendar for more events.
Note: Our office is closed on all Pike County holidays. Purdue Extension staff are out of the office on Purdue Holidays. Click here for a list of all scheduled 2013 closings. We do have voicemail, so if you need to contact us, please leave a message with your name and phone number and we will return your call on the next business day.
What Time Is It In Indiana?
One of our frequent questions about our programs is "Is that my time or your time?". We hope this helps.
Pike County observes Eastern Daylight Time in summer and Eastern Standard Time in winter.
The only Indiana counties that are on Central Time are those those near Chicago (Jasper, Lake, La Porte, Newton, Porter & Starke) and Evansville (Gibson, Perry, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh & Warrick).
(Source: Indiana Time Zones, from the Indiana Government Web Site and also viewable here.)
All meetings, activities and events for Pike County will list the local time. If you live in one of the 12 counties observing Central Time, please adjust your schedule accordingly. (Examples - If an event starts at 6 pm Eastern Time, the event is at 5 pm Central. If an event is at 6 pm Central Time, the event is at 7 pm Eastern.)
For out-of-county meetings that do not specify the time zone, please call to confirm times.
Still not sure? Feel free to call our office at (812) 354-6838.