When you’re a Girl Scout exciting happenings take place 365 days a year. Whether you’re a Girl Scout, volunteer, parent, supporter-or just looking for something fun -here are just some events that we just can’t wait to share with you!
Sunday, Oct. 11 from 9am-6:30pm @ Camp Small Valley
Join our Adventure Team and swing into adventures with our Ropes Course Training! Learn how to conquer our Giant Swing, Climbing Tower and Leap of Faith to teach your Girl Scouts to do the same!
Girl vs. Wild
For Girl Scouts
The great outdoors don’t stand a chance against our Girl Scouts! These action-packed adventures will help gear Girl Scouts up for the BIG Girl vs. Wild Troop Competition!
· Girl vs. Wild: In Training (Juniors) Sat. Oct. 17, 9am-5pm @ Camp Furnace Hills
· Girl vs. Wild: Get Ready (Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors) Friday, Nov. 6 (7 p.m.)-Saturday, Nov. 7 (5 p.m.), @ Camp Echo Trail
Outdoor Pursuits TAC
Friday, Nov. 6 (5pm),-Sunday, Nov. 8 (11am) @ Camp Golden Pond
For Junior Girl Scouts
Grab your Girl Scout Troop to hike trails, shoot arrows, and learn how to always find your way with a compass!
Need more outdoor adventures? Check out our events calendar.
Change It Up! Year 2
Smarts for Students with Keia Brown
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1pm-4pm @ Dunmore Borough Community Center
For Girls, Volunteers and/or Parents
On top of rocking a tiara and wearing the honor of Miss District of Columbia International, Keia Brown has more than 10 years of experience in higher education and financial aid. Juniors to Ambassadors Girl Scouts, parents and volunteers can get all her tips for making the most of financial aid opportunities, keeping college costs low and more!
Ongoing (Nov.-Dec. @ participating GIANT Foods)
For Girl Scouts of All Ages
We are partnering with GIANT Foods for another chance to explore their aisles for the best buys to make the best meals! Girl Scouts can crunch the numbers to become Super Shoppers!
Looking for more of our one-of-a-kind signature programs? Discover everything we have to offer at our events calendar.
Shout Out, Girl Scout!
“Although I knew that it would be hard to create a Gold Award Project so far away from home with unfamiliar people speaking an unfamiliar language, I knew that nothing was impossible if I believed that what I was doing was beneficial and important to people,” said Gold Award earner, Shreya Thakur, 17, from Hummelstown.
Shreya traveled to rural Bihar, India to teach over 1,000 middle and high school students essential, life-saving CPR skills over a 3 week span. In Bihar, hospitals are far away and emergency transportation is very limited. In prepare for this epic journey, Shreya taught herself Hindi to better communicate with the students.
Congrats Shreya! You are an inspiration! Find out more about Shreya on our News page.
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