April 19, 2014
Come to camp and learn about ARCHERY! This two-hour program activity will concentrate on safety, shooting techniques and target practice. Volunteer instructors will lead each session. It doesn’t matter whether you hit the target or not—you can have a blast!
Who: Girl Scout Juniors-Ambassadors
When/Where: April 19, 2014; 10am-Noon or 2-4pm at Camp Ilchester
Register for Session 1
Register for Session 2
Also…May 17, 2014; 10am-Noon or 2-4pm at Camp Ilchester Also…November 9, 2013; 10am-Noon or 2-4pm at Camp Conowingo Also…March 22, 2014; 10am-Noon or 2-4pm at Camp Conowingo Also… May 11, 2014; 10am-Noon or 2-4pm at Camp Conowingo
The best view of camp is at the top of the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland rockwall. Challenge yourself to make it to the top of the 25 foot tower. Learn safety tips for future climbing and earn a participation patch.
Who: Girl Scout Juniors-Ambassadors
When/Where: April 19, 2014; 10am-Noon or 2-4pm at Camp Illchester
Registration – Session 1
Registration – Session 2
April 12, 2014
Earn the Bell Manor Victorian Heritage Patch while learning about the Victorian era. What were the fashions like? What kind of stories, games and songs did the children play in nineteenth century America and England? Imagine what life would have been like. Make a holiday item or toy that would have been made during those times. Have fun working on this patch in Girl Scouts of Central Maryland’s own historical home, Bell Manor. Enjoy a picnic lunch, which is provided, along with earning this patch. This patch program is open to Brownies, Juniors, troops and/or individual girls with adult coverage per Activity Checkpoints. Registration is required, no walk-ins.
Register by April 7, 2014
Who: Girl Scout Brownies-Juniors
Cost: $8/girl, $3/adult
Girls will have an opportunity to engage in hands-on activities and interact with experts in a variety of fields! Girls will need to bring a lunch, but drinks will be provided. Chaperones are needed for troops, no tagalongs please.
Cost: $30.00 and includes two badges. No charge for adult chaperones.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 410-437-2882
April 11, 2014
Girl scouts in grades 4-5
$35 per girl/ $15 adult
During this adventure-filled weekend girls will have a blast making friends, canoeing or kayaking in the magothy river, challenging themselves on the rock wall and working together to navigate challenge courses they created. The girl fee includes overnight camping, activities and three meals.
Are you a fan of “Survivor”? Want to test your wits to outlast and outplay other teams on a course of Girl Scout challenges? Then this event is for you! Come to Camp Woodlands to receive your buffs and let the games begin! Want to know what you’re playing for? Got to register to find out! This is a day event for Girl Scout Brownies-Ambassadors, with an optional overnight program for Girl Scout Juniors- Ambassadors. For those wishing to stay for the overnight, after 4pm, you will continue the game with a campfire dinner, night challenges and a Survivor bonfire and campfire program. Then enjoy a Sunday “jungle breakfast” and final activity before 10am checkout.
Register by April 2, 2014
Who: Girl Scout Brownie-Ambassadors and their adults. (For Brownies this is a day event only. For Juniors-Ambassadors the overnight is optional.)
Cost (Day Event):$20/girl,$10/ adult (includes“GSSurvivor”patch)
Cost (Day Event + Overnight):$35/girl,$25/adult
To Register: Contact Paula Thayer at firstname.lastname@example.org
April 6, 2014
This event is for Girl Scout Gold Award recipients and guests by invitation only. RSVP required.
April 5, 2014
Come hang out all night long with your Girl Scout and other female friends (ages 9-17) at Supreme Sports in Columbia! Enjoy the gigantic pool, rock-climbing, group dance exercise activities, racquetball, and more!
Who: Girl Scout Juniors-Ambassadors and their friends (age 9-17)
Cost: $30/girl, $15/ adults + one volunteer hour
To Register: Download Registration form here - Mail registrations to: Marjorie Anderson, 6774 Halfcrown Court, Columbia, MD 21044
Questions? Email: email@example.com or call 443.745.6132
In this exciting, new program, girls of all ages can learn more about how cooking and baking are based on some of the most basic ideas of science. Girls will determine the differences in chemical and physical reactions as they change sugar to delicious caramel candy, bake cupcakes, or even make a soda explosion! Older girls will experiment with chromatography and find out about the make-up of some of their favorite candy, while younger girls will learn about density as they create their own liquid totem. Each girl will leave this event with a book full of fun chemistry experiments to do both in the kitchen and all around the house with friends or family members.
Who: Girl Scout Daisies-Ambassadors
Learn how to build a car out of a block of wood and then race your specially designed car in the Diamond Derby! Each car will be judged and awards will be issued in ten different categories. Will your car be fast enough to win a trophy? Join us and find out! Fee includes car kit, patch, participation certificate, and a food voucher. Car kit and instructions provided upon registration.
Register by March 22, 2014
Who: All levels
To Register: Contact Pat Hinrichs at 410.258.2157 or firstname.lastname@example.org