This event is for Girl Scout Gold Award recipients and guests by invitation only. RSVP required.
April 6, 2014
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.
April 12, 2014
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
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
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
April 21, 2014
Do you like to make things? Be creative? Or think outside the box? Then the Lady EINSTEMs is the group for you! Lady EINSTEMS is a group of girls who are interested in any or all aspects of science, technology, engineering, or math. We welcome any girl who wants to be creative and change the world around her. This group believes that whatever a girl’s passion is, it can be supported through the exploration of science and technology, so, the girls work through various STEM activities and then take on a community based project of their choice. Join Lady EINSTEMS and decide how you will change the world.
Who: Girl Scout Juniors–Ambassadors
When/Where: Every 3rd Monday from September to May (unless otherwise noted); 6:30- 8pm at the GSCM Urban Program & STEM Center Questions? E-mail STEM@gscm.org for more information
April 24, 2014
The evening honors five women in our community who lead amazing lives guided by the values of Girl Scouting and showcases an elite mentoring opportunity for five selected high school Girl Scouts.
April 26, 2014
At this event, girls will be able to complete most of the work for the pre-requisites of their Girl Scout Bronze Award by working on the aMUSE Journey requirements. Book, patch, lunch, and two snacks are included. This is not a drop-off event.
Register by March 1, 2014
Who: Girl Scout Juniors
Cost: $45/girl, $15/adult
To Register: Contact email@example.com or 301.596.074
A Volunteer-in-Training (V.I.T.) is a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador who wants to develop leadership skills and mentor a younger Girl Scout group outside of the camp experience. Girls must have completed 9th grade in order to participate in the V.I.T. Training.
Who: Girl Scout Seniors-Ambassadors