February 17, 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
February 16, 2014
Happy Holidays! Daisy-Junior Girl Scouts are invited to come out to this very special program which will look at how science and technology can be found all around us, especially during the holiday season. Throughout this event, girls will investigate the flow of electricity through brightly-colored lights, learn more about the “why’s” behind the cold winter weather, and even explore the chemistry behind making their own peppermint wafers.
Who: Girl Scout Daisies-Juniors
THIS EVENT IS FULL
Fancy Nancy loves animals and so do Girl Scouts! Learn how being “fancy” is fun, and how you can help animals! Brownies will earn the Pet badge. Since we will be doing animal service projects, Daisies can count this event as a Take Action Project for the “Three Cheers for Animals”Journey. All girls will complete requirements for the “Happy Socks” service patch or pin (can be purchased after the event). “Fancy” Juniors and Cadettes are welcome as aides!
Register by February 2, 2014 to receive a patch.
Who: Girl Scout Daisies-Brownies and their adults
To Register: Contact Paula Thayer at firstname.lastname@example.org
February 14, 2014
Come out and celebrate Valentine’s Day with a 50’s sock hop. Girls and their special guy can come dressed with a 50’s inspired flare. Be ready to cut the rug, participate in a hula hoop contest and other fun activities. A picture of the couple and light refreshments will be provided.
Register by February 7, 2014.
Who: Girl Scout Daisies-Juniors and their favorite special guy. Cost: $18
To Register: Contact Katina Denikos at email@example.com
February 9, 2014
Girl Scout Daisy Level Training will also be held during the same time as this event so this is a great opportunity for an easy low stress field trip! Bring your girls for some fun while you learn the essentials of being a Girl Scout Daisy Leader! Girls will earn the Amazing Daisy Promise Center and Money Counts Leaf during this day of fun which will include: dancing, gardening, science, cooking and much, much more! Please note: Leaders need to register separately for the Daisy Level Training, which will run from 12:30-3:30pm.
Who: Girl Scout Daisies and their leaders
Click Here to register for Daisy Leader Training
February 8, 2014
You’ll have a howling good time at this camp skills game with a “Northern” flair. Learn about the cultures of the “First Nations”’ and Inuit with games and crafts from Canadian Girl Guides of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Practice being part of a pack as you learn skills like fire building, knot tying, trail laying, compass/map reading, knife/tool safety, signaling and other activities. Cook a campfire snack. Note: Girl Scout Juniors may elect to make this an overnight camp, stay and cook a “gold miner” dinner over a campfire, play night games and enjoy a “Northern Lights” campfire program with songs legends stories and skits. On Sunday enjoy breakfast and final activity with checkout at 10am. All girls receive “Call of the Wild” patch.
Register by January 30, 2014
Who: Girl Scout Brownie-Junior troops (plus adults per the Safety Activity Checkpoint guidelines)
Cost (Day Event): $20/girl, $10/adult
Cost (Day Event+Overnight): $35/girl, $25/adult
To Register: Contact Paula Thayer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Day Event Time: 9am–4pm
Day Event+Overnight Time: 9am Feb. 8 – 10am Feb 9
You will be welcomed into the Bell Manor mansion where you will learn all about proper tea etiquette as you enjoy tea and refreshments. Girls are encouraged to dress up and wear Victorian era clothing, hats, gloves and all! It is not a requirement to participate but certainly will be a ton of fun! A fun patch is included for girls.
Register by January 31, 2014
Who: All girls
Cost: $10/girl, $5/adult
Time: 11am-1pm or 2-4pm
February 7, 2014
The Cup Cake Decorating class is open to individual girls and troops. Our instructor is the Pastry Chef at Camden Yards. She will teach the girls how to bag icing, different decorating techniques and how to make chocolate candy cupcake toppers. Each girl will receive 6 cupcakes to decorate and take home at the end of the class as well as receive the Cake Decorating Patch. We will also be doing a Valentine’s Day Service Project for the Service Unit. All age groups are welcome, there is a 200 person limit on this event.
Contact Paula Densmore @ 410-812-0523 or email@example.com
Register by February 1, 2014
Girl scouts in grades 4-8
$55 per girl/ $25 adult
Come spend the night at Camp Conowingo and see if you have what it takes to become a real forensic scientist. Throughout the two days, girls will take fingerprints, investigate trace evidence, and even look into analyzing crime scene elements. Girl Scout Juniors will earn their detective badge from the get moving journey and Girl Scout Cadettes will earn their special agent badge from the breathe journey. The camp will end with a whodunit? Mystery that will take the girls on a camp- wide chase for the clues!