Have questions? Join us for a camp preview, where we will discuss camp and share helpful hints to make campers’ experiences more enjoyable. This is the time for you to ask questions and get special sneak peeks. Attend an info session and qualify for a drawing for a discount coupon for one week of camp. Staff will be on hand to answer your questions and help you pick the perfect camp session(s).
March 13, 2016
March 15, 2016
Association Forum (Delegate Meeting) originally scheduled for March 8 has been moved.
Delegates will receive the agenda, via email, prior to the meeting and asked to rsvp to Marty King at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance.
March 16, 2016
The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. Learn all about what it takes to plan a successful Gold Award project. Questions about the award and its requirements will be answered here. This workshop is strongly suggested, but not required, for girls. Both girls and adults attending this workshop need to register for the event.
Who: Girl Scout Seniors – Ambassadors
March 18, 2016
Camp-In is for Girl Scout *third-grade* Brownies and Girl Scout Juniors. This overnight adventure includes informal STEM education, IMAX and Planetarium shows, hands-on science workshops with take-home activities, museum exploration and store time, and – of course! – the chance to spend a night at the museum. Activitiy includes a participation patch and take-home activities. Evening snack and morning breakfast wil be provided.
Who: Girl Scout Brownies – Juniors and adults
2016 Dates: January 29-30, January 30 – 31, February 12 -13, February 12-14, February 26-27, February 27 – 28, March 5-6, March 18-19, April 1-2, April 2-3, April 8-9, April 9-10, April 22-23, April 29-30, May 6-7, May 7-8
To Register: Registration accepted primarily by postal mail with check for payment in full, but electronic registration can be accepted with a phone call to get credit card information. No specific deadlines. Registrations will be accepted until a date fills.
Questions? Contact Diane Bellomo, Camp-In Programs Supervisor via 410-545-5955 or email email@example.com.
Enjoy a pizza dinner, followed zip-lining and swinging through the trees at night. Then, “stargazing-n-S’mores”, games, and overnight inside our comfortable rooms at Savage Mill. We provide breakfast in morning.
Contact/Booking: Terrapin Adventures, or call 301-725-1313
March 19, 2016
Clip in and take off on a high flying adventure. Try all 32 of our extreme elements. Balance high above the ground on our High Ropes Challenge Course. Glide through the forest on our 330 ft. Zip Line screaming all the way. Try the challenging routes of the Terrapin Tower including head first down! Defy gravity as you experience 2 G Is of force on our Giant Swing! Learn about different climbing gear, how to tie knots, and how to reduce your carbon footprint and live impact free! Includes healthy snacks and drinks. There is a 70 guest limit, per session. Participants must be at least 8 years old and 48 inches tall, 70-275lbs.
Who: Juniors – Seniors
Times: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm & 1:30 – 4:30 pm
Spend the day with our camp rangers and other camp friends. Everyone is welcome and all help is appreciated. Snacks, lunch, and drinks will be provided. Clean up days are very important for preparing camps for the change in season and an excellent opportunity for EVERYONE to experience the great outdoors. Here are some things you can help with: Taking down or putting up tents and cots, trail clean-up, campsite, fire circle and building clean-up.
To Register: Register before March 1, 2016; Pre-registration is required.
This unique program is a partnership between the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. Join us for a day that features activities to help learn about peer pressure, nutrition, and exercise for Girl Scout Juniors and Cadettes! Troop leaders will also attend separate, similar sessions geared toward health, wellness, and social issues girls may face. This event is for Girl Scout Juniors and Cadettes and their leaders. Girls will receive patches, all participants will receive lunch.
Who: Girl Scout Juniors – Cadettes and adults
To register: Register before March 1, 2016; Pre-registration is required.
Get your hands on a GPS and learn how it works. Use it to go on a high-tech treasure hunt to locate hidden boxes in the out-of-doors. Girl Scout Juniors will complete at least two badge requirements towards the Geocaching Badge.
Session 1: Girl Scout Bronwies 10:00am – 11:30am
To Register: Register before March 4, 2016; Pre-registration is required.
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
To Register: Register at least two weeks before the program; Pre-registration is required.