Cadette Programs & Events

May

Naturalist Camp-In

Date: Fri-Sat, May 29-30, 2015
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 AM
Place: Springfield Museums, Springfield
Cost: $50 per girl; $40 per adult

Ever wonder what happens after the museum closes for the night? Want to have an opportunity to sleep next to a tyrannosaurus rex, Native American wigwam or coral reef? Explore the symbiotic relationship between flowers and bugs through pollination, conservation, ethnobotany and the food chain at this museum sleepover. You’ll participate in hands-on activities and workshops, view a planetarium show and explore the museum’s special exhibit, Animal Secrets, which runs January-May. A pizza party dinner and light breakfast are served during the program. Free and secure overnight parking is available. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
Contact Springfield Museums at camp-in@springfieldmuseums.org or 413-263-6800 ext. 481 by May 23.

Camp Green Eyrie Open House

Date: Sunday, May 31, 2015
Time: Noon - 2:00 PM
Place: Camp Green Eyrie, Harvard
Cost: Free to attend

Have questions or want to explore camp before the summer starts? Come to our open house where you can take a camp tour and have fun! You will get an opportunity to meet the camp director and staff who will answer any questions you have. Open houses take place rain or shine! Open to girls with an adult.
RSVP to camp@gscwm.org with the date you’d like to join us and the camp name in the subject line of your email by May 28.

Superhero makers at Camp Green Eyrie

Date: Sat-Sun, May 30-31, 2015
Time: 10:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Place: Camp Green Eyrie, Harvard
Cost: $55 per girl; $55 per adult

For girls and women only! Superheroes rely on their super technology! This weekend you’ll test out your inner innovator. During the day learn new skills to help create the tool that will help you save the day on your next adventure! After dinner you’ll have a chance to create your new items and share them at a Makers Fair on Sunday. There will still be time to enjoy a mix of adventurous activities like boating and archery, too! Come with your troop or bring your mom, aunt, grandmother or another female adult and join us for a super wild time at camp! Girls and adults may be able to stay in the same cabin or tent together or may be asked to have “girl only” and “adult only” cabins or tents in the same living area, dependent upon enrollment. Housing assignments will be finalized after registration has ended. You may request a building (with indoor bathrooms) for an additional fee of $3.00 per person; space is limited so register for this option early! Open to troops and girls with an adult.
Register through GSCWM by June 4.

White Water Rafting on the Deerfield

Date: Sat-Sun, May 30-31, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Place: Mohawk Trail State Forrest
Cost: $100-$120

Saturday evening we’ll celebrate our graduates with dinner and campfire.
Sunday we’ll head over to Zoar Outdoor for the adventurous Deerfield River and Zoar Gap!
For more details, click here.
To register, contact Pam Brunelle at 508-488-6090 or GSCWMHighAdventure@gmail.com.

June

Six Flags Camporee

Date: Sat-Sun, June 6-7, 2015
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Place: Six Flags New England,Agawam
Cost: TBD

Scouts throughout New England come together and celebrate at Six Flags New England’s 12th Annual Camporee! Food, fun, camping and a learning experience for all scouts. This event is open to both Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. Bring your camping gear and join us for this two-day event and night under the stars in our River’s Edge Picnic Grove. Your ticket includes: two full day tickets to the theme park and water park; two days of free standard parking; lunch, snack, dinner and a campfire snack on Saturday; hot breakfast and a lunch voucher on Sunday; a 2015 limited edition Six Flags Camporee patch; a souvenir kodak photo; camp activities, games and more! Camp sites are on a first-come basis day of arrival. See our website for full details. Cost posted on Six Flags New England’s website after January. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
Register online at sixflags.com or by calling 413-786-9300 x3524 by May 30.

Wild Women Weekend

Date: Saturday-Sunday, June 6-7, 2015
Time: 10:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Place: Camp Bonnie Brae, E. Otis
Cost: $55 per girl; $55 per adult

For girls and women only! Join us for this STEM weekend where you’ll explore the science of camp. You’ll be able to choose from bird or tree identifi cation, the science of baking, meteorology, wetlands exploration and more! But don’t worry, your favorite camp activities haven’t gone away; we’ll have boating, songs and games, arts and crafts, too! Come with your troop or bring your mom, aunt, grandmother or another adult female and join us for a wild time at camp! Girls and adults may be able to stay in the same cabin together or may be asked to have “girl only” and “adult only” cabins in the same living area, dependant upon enrollment. Housing assignments will be finalized after registration has ended. You may request a building (with indoor bathrooms) for an additional fee of $3.00 per person; space is limited so register for this option early!
Register through GSCWM by May 22.

 

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Ongoing Programs

Horses, Horses, Horses

Date: Schedule Your Own Date
Time: 9:00 AM - Noon
Place: Camp Marshall, Spencer
Cost: $20 per girl; adults free

Journey into the horse world as you learn all about horse safety, standard  etiquette, grooming and leading a horse. You’ll also explore the tack and learn about the equipment and how to care for it. Look into the future to see what jobs are available in the equine world. No need to worry about the weather, we’re gathering in an indoor arena! Wear long pants and heeled boots, if possible. Add an introductory 1/2 hour group riding lesson, where you will learn how to mount, dismount, walk, turn and stop your horse for an additional cost of $15.00 per girl. Book your program with 50% down; final balance due two weeks prior to event. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
To register, contact Jeanne or Kate at campmarshalldirector@gmail.com or call 508-885-4891.

Tree-to-Tree Adventure

Date: Schedule Your Own Date
Time: Schedule Your Own Time
Place: Ramblewild, Lanesborough
Cost: Special Girl Scout Discounts

In our forest setting, the trees are anchors for a series of trails that wind up, across, between and through the forest. Fun twists and challenging obstacles are everywhere! Whether you’re closer to the ground on a yellow beginner trail or high up on a double-black diamond, you’re one with nature and alive with a series of accomplishments! You can work on your Staying Fit, Trees or Adventurer badges while on an inspiring adventure that only nature can deliver! This is more than your average high ropes course adventure! Open to troops and
girls with an adult.
Register directly with Ramblewild by calling 413-499-9914 or emailing tim@ramblewild.com.

Bird Marionette Workshop

Date: group needs to call to schedule date
Time: group needs to call to schedule time
Place: Drawbridge Puppet Theater, Lunenburg
Cost: 15.00 per girl; adults free
Attend as: Troop

This fun and colorful workshop will take 2 hours and includes not only making the puppets, but also learning how to make them dance! This workshop can be customized to make specific birds if that is of interest to your group. The participants will be stringing beads, tying knots, and even making their own tools to complete their marionettes…not to mention all the feather fun too! So come be a puppeteer and leave with a feathered friend. You’ll be glad you did!
Contact Beth Robinson at Beth_a_robinson@yahoo.com, 978-621-6635.  

Sock Puppet Workshop

Date: group needs to call to schedule date
Time: group needs to call to schedule time
Place: Drawbridge Puppet Theater, Lunenburg
Cost: $14 per girl; adults free
Attend as: Troop

This 2 hour workshop can be customized to your group’s specific needs and interests. We can turn these delightfully fun and colorful sock puppets into whatever you want them to be. Worms, dogs, people…the sky’s the limit! Come use your creativity to make a one-of-a-kind friend, and then learn the endless ways you can use your puppet for fun, education and entertainment!
Contact Beth Robinson at Beth_a_robinson@yahoo.com, 978-621-6633.

Classic Pop-Up Workshop

Date: group needs to call to schedule date
Time: group needs to call to schedule time
Place: Drawbridge Puppet Theater, Lunenburg
Cost: $15 per girl; adults free
Attend as: Troop

This is a 2 hour workshop that allows your group to participate in a skill building process that results in a fun and festive puppet. Come prepared to use patterns, cut & sew fabric, and much more! This workshop is designed specifically to utilize recycled materials to get professional results…come find out how much fun it is to recycle!
Contact Beth Robinson at Beth_a_robinson@yahoo.com, 978-621-6634.

Camp Bonnie Brae Open House

Date: Sunday, June 7, 2015
Time: Noon - 2:00 PM
Place: Camp Bonnie Brae, E. Otis
Cost: Free to attend

Have questions or want to explore camp before the summer starts? Come to our open house where you can take a camp tour and have fun! You will get an opportunity to meet the camp director and staff who will answer any questions you have. Open houses take place rain or shine! Open to girls with an adult.
RSVP to camp@gscwm.org with the date you’d like to join us and the camp name in the subject line of your email by June 4.

Rifle Program

Date: Saturday, June 13, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM OR1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Place: Camp Marshall, Spencer
Cost: $40 per girl; adults free

Come to Camp Marshall to learn National Rifl e Association rules for safe gun handling, shooting fundamentals, range rules and opportunities for skill development. The program includes classroom and range time learning to shoot rifl es and is a prerequisite to join competitive rifl e shooting teams. Be prepared and dress for the outside. Closed-toed shoes required. Participants must be at least 12 years old at time of program. Book your program with 50% down; fi nal balance due two weeks prior to event. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
To register, contact Jeanne or Kate at campmarshalldirector@gmail.com or call 508-885-4891 by May 29.

Take Aim

Date: Saturday, June 13, 2015
Time: 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM OR 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Place: Camp Marion White
Cost: $5 per girl; adults free

Calling all Girl Scouts to the archery range! Sign up for a session learning range safety and the basics of shooting. Already know the basics? Just come on out to improve your skills. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
Register through GSCWM by June 4.

River Front Kayaking

Date: Saturday, June 13, 2015
Time: 10:00 AM - Noon
Place: Westfield Watersports and Wilderness Experience, Springfield
Cost: $35 per girl; $35* per adult

Let our experienced guides teach you the basics of this wonderful adventure activity. You will learn how to choose a boat that fi ts your needs as a paddler, appropriate safety gear and accessories to make your experience safe and enjoyable. Then, it’s on to the water! From boarding your boat safely to proper paddling techniques, we’ll play games and do fun activities to teach you all you need to know. We’ll explore the Connecticut River and learn some of its history. *No fee for adults who are only supervising, not participating. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
To register, contact Westfield Water Sports at staff@weu.com or 413-569-1287 by June 6.

Backpacking

Date: Sat-Sun, June 19-21, 2015
Time: TBA

Place: TBD
Cost: TBD

More details to come.
To register, contact Pam Brunelle at 508-488-6090 or GSCWMHighAdventure@gmail.com.

Strive for Silver

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Place: Berkshire Mall Community Room, Lanesborough
Cost: $5 per girl; $5 per adult

What’s the buzz on the Silver Award? Get the inside scoop at this hands-on workshop designed for girls or troops who have started or fi nished a Cadette Journey and would like information on how to plan their project. We will share ideas and techniques and give you all the information that you need to complete your Silver Award! Troop advisors are strongly encouraged to join girls at this workshop. This is the most benefi cial thing you can do before beginning work on the Girl Scout Silver Award. Open to troops, girls with an adult, individual girls and adults.
Register through GSCWM by June 18.

Girl Scout Day at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015
Time: TBA
Place: 358 George Carter Road, Becket, Massachusetts 01223
Cost: Free to attend (optional to purchase for ticketed events)
Open to: Daisy-Ambassador troops or Girl with Adult

Calling all dance lovers! Immerse yourself in a full day of dance at the longest-running international dance festival in the United States: Jacob’s Pillow, nestled in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts. Whether you are a first time visitor or past attendee, join us for our 3rd Annual Girl Scout Day.  Enjoy a personal guided historical tour, explore the dance Archives, watch videos of past performances, and view the photographs and artifacts on exhibition. Attend an optional ticketed performance of professional dancers from across the world in the historic Ted Shawn Theatre or intimate Doris Duke Theatre. To end the event-filled day, spread out your blanket, unpack your picnic dinner, and enjoy a free performance featuring students of The School at Jacob’s Pillow Ballet Program on the breathtaking outdoor stage. Earn Jacob’s Pillow Dance Fun Patch. Additional activities and programming to be determined.
Visit http://www.jacobspillow.org/your-visit/your-visit/girl-scouts.php for more information or call Patsy Garcia at 413.243.9919x141.

River Front Stand Up Paddleboarding

Date: Saturday, June 27, 2015
Time: Noon - 2:00 PM
Place: Westfield Watersports and Wilderness Experience,Springfield
Cost: $35 per girl; $35* per adult

Let our guides introduce you to the new craze in water sports. Stand Up Paddleboarding offers a great core workout and a new way to get out onto the water. Our experienced staff will teach you about the necessary gear for a wonderful fl oat on the CT River along with basic techniques. Experience what it’s like to stand on the water’s surface as you paddle to and fro. *No fee for adults who are only supervising, not participating. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
Contact Westfield Water Sports at staff@weu.com or 413-569-1287 by June 20.

July

Camp Lewis Perkins Open House

Date: Thursday, July 2, 2015
Time: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Place: Camp Lewis Perkins, S. Hadley
Cost: Free to attend

Have questions or want to explore camp before the summer starts? Come to our open house where you can take a camp tour and have fun! You will get an opportunity to meet the camp director and staff who will answer any questions you have. Open houses take place rain or shine! Open to girls with an adult.
RSVP to camp@gscwm.org with the date you’d like to join us and the camp name in the subject line of your email by June 30.

Camp Bonnie Brae Open House

Date: Thursday, July 2, 2015
Time: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Place: Camp Bonnie Brae, E. Otis
Cost: Free to attend

Have questions or want to explore camp before the summer starts? Come to our open house where you can take a camp tour and have fun! You will get an opportunity to meet the camp director and staff who will answer any questions you have. Open houses take place rain or shine! Open to girls with an adult.
RSVP to camp@gscwm.org with the date you’d like to join us and the camp name in the subject line of your email by June 30.

Camp Green Eyrie Open House

Date: Thursday, July 2, 2015
Time: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Place: Camp Green Eyrie, Harvard
Cost: Free to attend

Have questions or want to explore camp before the summer starts? Come to our open house where you can take a camp tour and have fun! You will get an opportunity to meet the camp director and staff who will answer any questions you have. Open houses take place rain or shine! Open to girls with an adult.
RSVP to camp@gscwm.org with the date you’d like to join us and the camp name in the subject line of your email by June 30.

Rifle Program

Date: Saturday, July 11, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM OR 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Place: Camp Marshall, Spencer
Cost: $40 per girl; adults free

Come to Camp Marshall to learn National Rifl e Association rules for safe gun handling, shooting fundamentals, range rules and opportunities for skill development. The program includes classroom and range time learning to shoot rifl es and is a prerequisite to join competitive rifl e shooting teams. Be prepared and dress for the outside. Closed-toed shoes required. Participants must be at least 12 years old at time of program. Book your program with 50% down; fi nal balance due two weeks prior to event. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
To register, contact Jeanne or Kate at campmarshalldirector@gmail.com or call 508-885-4891 by June 26.

August

Rifle Program

Date: Saturday, August 8, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM OR 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Place: Camp Marshall, Spencer
Cost: $40 per girl; adults free

Come to Camp Marshall to learn National Rifl e Association rules for safe gun handling, shooting fundamentals, range rules and opportunities for skill development. The program includes classroom and range time learning to shoot rifl es and is a prerequisite to join competitive rifl e shooting teams. Be prepared and dress for the outside. Closed-toed shoes required. Participants must be at least 12 years old at time of program. Book your program with 50% down; final balance due two weeks prior to event. Open to troops and girls with an adult.
To register, contact Jeanne or Kate at campmarshalldirector@gmail.com or call 508-885-4891 by July 24.

September

Monarch Butterfly Tagging

Date: Saturday, September 5, 2015
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Place: Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, Princeton
Cost: $7 per girl
Attend as: Girl w/Adult; Troop

Start off your troop year by getting outdoors, learning about nature, helping wildlife and having fun! The annual migration of eastern monarch butterflies to Mexico (and back) is one of the most remarkable and endangered events in nature. Help scientists learn more about monarch migration by participating in a continent-wide citizen science research project in our sanctuary meadows. We'll gently tag and release monarchs while learning about other fall butterflies and finding out how to help monarchs in our own backyards. Workshop space is limited.
To register, email wachusett@massaudubon.org or call 978-464-2712, by September 1.

Scouting Day 2015 at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University

Date: Sunday, September 20, 2015
Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Place: Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, North Grafton
Cost: $10 per girl
Attend as: Girl w/Adult; Troop; Individual Girl

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine is hosting its annual Scouting Day for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts who are interested in working on veterinary-related badges. Scouting Day is held in conjunction with Tufts' annual Open House and will include workshops and activities designed to fulfill badge requirements and to teach you about veterinary medicine. You must be at least 12 years of age. Availability for this great opportunity is limited and will fill fast. Registration opens in early August and is first-come, first-served. For additional information contact outreach@tufts.edu.
To register go online to http://sites/.tufts.edu/scoutingday by September 5.

Camp Cook-Off, Night Explorer

Date: Friday - Sunday, September 25 -  27, 2015
Time: 8:00 PM (Fri)  - 11:00 AM (Sun)
Place: Camp Laurel Wood, Spencer
Cost: $35 per girl
Attend as: Individual Girl

High Adventure by night. During this event we will have a cook-off to see which team can make the most interesting campfire meals.  We will also spend time during darkness to explore the night sky. We will do some night hiking to see what wildlife we can see.
Contact Pam Brunelle gscwm.highadventure@gmail.com, or call 508-488-6090, by September 10.

Forensics

Date: Saturday, September 26, 2015
Time: TBD
Place: Elms College Center for the Natural and Health Sciences, Chicopee
Cost: $30 per girl
Attend as: Girl Only*

Grab your friends and come join the investigation!  Team up with Elms College’s Finest Forensic Scientists and  learn  all about Fingerprinting, DNA Analysis, Blood Splatter Anaylysis, and even participate in a mock crime scene investigation! *A limited number of registered, CORI'd adults are needed to volunteer for the day. Contact Tiffany at THolmes@gscwm.org if you are interested.
Register through GSCWM beginning on June 1. (Registration closes on 9/18/2015.)

Riflery Program

Date: Saturday, September 26, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM OR 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Place: Camp Marshall - Worcester County 4-H Center, Inc., Spencer
Cost: $40 per girl; 50% to hold program date, final balance due 2 weeks prior to event
Attend as: Girl w/Adult, Troop

Come to Camp Marshall to learn National Rifle Association rules for safe gun handling, shooting fundamentals, range rules and opportunities for skill development. The program includes classroom and range time learning to shoot riffles   and is a prerequisite to join competitive riffles e shooting teams. Be prepared and dress for the outside. Closed-toed shoes required. Participants must be at least 12 years old at time of program.
To register email Camp Marshall at campmarshallprograms@gmail.com or call 508-885-4891 by September 10. Required long pants and heeled boots if possible.

Horses, Horses, Horses

Date: Saturday, September 26, 2015
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM OR 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Place: Camp Marshall - Worcester County 4-H Center, Inc., Spencer
Cost: $15.00 per girl; 50% to hold program date, final balance due 2 weeks prior to event
Attend as: Girl w/Adult, Troop

Journey into the horse would as you learn all about horse safety, standard etiquette, grooming, and leading a horse. Scouts will learn standard horse etiquette, grooming and leading a horse. You'll also explore the tack room and learn about the equipment and its care. Look in the future of what jobs are available in the Equine World, and a solid understanding of basic horsemanship skills. Scouts Advanced Horse Person/Rider Certificate.
To register email Camp Marshall at campmarshallprograms@gmail.com or call 508-885-4891 by September 10. Required long pants and heeled boots if possible.

October

Worcester's 21st Annual Columbus Day Parade

Date: Sunday, October 11, 2015
Time: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Place: Worcester
Cost: Free
Attend as: Girl w/Adult; Troop

Join Girl Scouts from around the council and show your Girl Scout pride as you march in this annual Worcester county tradition. "Family" is the keyword for this great event!
For information and to register, contact Brenda at bgermain876@gmail.com, by October 3.  

Keep Shooting-CGE

Date: Monday, October 12, 2015
Time: 9:00 PM - 12:00 PM OR 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Place: Camp Green Eyrie, Harvard
Cost: $15 per girl; adults free
Attend as: Girl w/Adult, Troop

Ever wanted to have skills like Katniss? Now you can, with an exciting afternoon at camp! You get to learn the finesse of shooting arrows, play some archery games, and have plenty of practice time too!
Register through GSCWM beginning on June 1. (Registration closes on 10/1/2015.)

Geek Is Glam STEM Expo

Date: Saturday, October 17, 2015
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Place: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester
Cost: $20 by Sept 11; $30 after Sept. 11
Attend as: Individual Girls Only*

It's 2015 and Geek IS Glam! Have you ever wondered, "How does that work?" or thought, "I could build that!" Explore, experience and experiment, not for a grade, but for fun! Meet talented men and women and experience exciting opportunities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Be empowered to change, create, collaborate and contribute and discover how you can make a real difference in the world. You won't want to miss the 3rd Annual STEM GIG! Hands-on exhibits, crazy inventions, interactive workshops and demonstrations in this fun-packed day! Snacks, an all-you-can-eat lunch in the college dining hall, t-shirt, backpack and door prizes are all included! Don't wait to register; this event WILL fill fast and so will the most popular workshops! So, what's YOUR gig? Open to individual girls only. *Adult volunteers are needed to help make this day a success. All adult volunteers must be registered and CORI'd and understand they will not be with their girls. Contact Tammy Breen directly at TBreen@gscwm.org for more information.
Register through GSCWM, beginning on June 1. (Registration closes on 9/24/2015.)

The EcoTarium's Great Pumpkin Fest

Date: Saturday, October 24, 2015
Time: 2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Place: The EcoTarium, Worcester
Cost: *18.00 per girl; *18.00 per adult;
Attend as: Girl w/Adult; Troop

Girl Scouts and families, come to the EcoTarium’s Great Pumpkin Fest!  See our incredible collection of over 1000 lit, carved pumpkins along the jack-o-lantern trail.  Don’t miss the free spooktacular science programs, shows, trick or treating, and full access to museum exhibits inside and out!   Wear your favorite friendly costume! For more information about this annual event, visit our Great Pumpkin Fest! webpage at ecotarium.org. *Tickets are sold in advance with special pricing and special hours, so please plan ahead.
Call 508-929-2703 for tickets; on sale in the fall. (Registration closes on 10/24/2015.)

Keep Shooting-CBB

Date: Saturday, October 24, 2015
Time: 9:00 PM - 12:00 PM OR 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Place: Camp Bonnie Brae, East Otis
Cost: $15 per girl; adults free
Attend as: Girl w/Adult, Troop

Ever wanted to have skills like Katniss? Now you can, with an exciting afternoon at camp! You get to learn the finesse of shooting arrows, play some archery games, and have plenty of practice time too!
Register through GSCWM beginning on June 1. (Registration closes on 10/15/2015.)

Scout Orienteering Weekend

Date: Saturday, October 24, 2015 - Sunday, October 25, 2015
Time: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Place: Nobscot Scout Reservation, Sudbury
Cost: $10 for 1 Day; $18 for 2 Days per girl; $10 for 1 Day; $18 for 2 Days per adult
Attend as: Girl w/Adult; Troop

Spend a day or the weekend enjoying outdoor adventures while learning and practicing map and compass skills! Saturday's program is skill development, training and practice. For first-time orienteers, an experienced instructor will work with your group to help you learn orienteering skills. Camping out? Try a variation of the traditional foot orienteering at night! Stay through Sunday to participate in the annual New England Scout Orienteering Championship. Fees only cover the maps, courses, program and event patch to the first 400 paid registrants. If your troop is camping on Saturday night, reservations must be made directly through the Knox Trail Council by calling Marcella Saunders at (508)872-6551 for an additional fee. Concession stand available on both days. For more information call Bud O'Leary at 978-886-1371. This event usually fills before the deadline so early registration is encouraged. Do not register for a camping site until you have received your orienteering confirmation letter.
Register at www.Scout-O.org, beginning on June 1. (Registration closes on 10/5/2015.)

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