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Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana presents the

40th Annual

November 10, 2012 Come and enjoy the largest Girl Scout Arts Festival in the World! A program for Girl Scout Daisies through Ambassadors!


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Table of Contents

How to Get Started

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Events

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Performances, Exhibits, and Tours (PETS)

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Daisy & Brownie Workshops

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Junior Workshops

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Registration Instructions

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Registration Form

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Refund Policy, Volunteers Needed

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Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Workshops

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Festival Committee

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T-Shirt Information

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Additions to Troop Registration Form

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Maps

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2013 Festival of the Arts Patch Contest

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40th Festival of the Arts The Festival of the Arts provides a unique arts experience of observation and participation for Girl Scout Daisies through Ambassadors. Nearly every genre of arts is included — music, dance, drama, visual, classical, and folk. Workshops provide a hands-on experience for creative discovery. The possibilities are wonderful.

How Do I Start?

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Read the catalog thoroughly and learn what is available for your troop’s grade level. (One suggestion is to highlight your troop’s grade level programs as you go through the catalog.) Each program identifies grade levels that are allowed for attendance. Discuss with your troop what all of you would like to attend. In choosing, be flexible and select alternative choices. All programs included in the Festival are excellent, so there are no bad choices, just preferences. Try something new and plan for variety. One purpose of the Festival is to introduce new art forms to girls. Make a deal with your girls to include something they like as well as something of your choice.

What Can I Expect?

In order to fairly distribute the programs for Festival, categories have been established. There are three (3) categories from which to choose. Your troop may attend no more than one (1) program in the Events category and no more than one (1) program in the Workshops category. You may attend a total of three (3) programs. All three (3) may be in the Performances, Exhibits and Tours category if that is your troop’s wish.

Programs are generally scheduled at the following times: 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. (Please note in the “Times” column that there are some programs scheduled outside the three main times.) The time periods are planned to allow driving time from one location to the next.

You do not have to fill all three time periods. For Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies, we recommend attending only two programs during the Festival, as girls that young get tired very quickly and have short attention spans. Please be sure to note how many programs you want to attend.

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Approximately one hour and fifteen minutes has been allowed for lunch; however, the exact amount of time will depend upon the ending time of your program before lunch and/or the starting time of your program after lunch. Programs are scheduled to last approximately 1 to 1¼ hours unless noted otherwise in the “Times” column.

How Do I Register?

Follow the registration instructions carefully (see page 17). Use the pullout form in the center of this catalog for registering your troop. Please fill the form out completely. Send the registration form and full payment to the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Office.

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Events A troop may attend one program from this category. All events are approximately 1 to 1¼ hours in length unless otherwise note . C S A

Assumption High School presents “West Side Story” Location: Assumption High School Theater Time(s): 7:00 p.m. # of people per event 100

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This musical Romeo and Juliette story is set in the tenements of New York city and tells of two rival street gangs: the Jets, second-generation American teens, and the Sharks, Puerto Rican immigrants. When the war between the Jets and Sharks reaches a fever pitch, Jets leader Riff decides to challenge the Sharks to one last “winner takes all” rumble. He decides to meet Sharks leader Bernardo for a war council at a gymnasium dance. Riff wants his old pal Tony, the cofounder of the Jets, to come along but Tony has set his sights on vistas beyond the neighborhood and has fallen in love with Bernardo’s sister, Maria, just, as in Romeo and Juliet, this will eventually end in tragedy. Fabulous music from Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim will have you singing your way home. **Note the show is 2 hours in length. D B

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Floyd Central High School presents “The Music Man ” Location Floyd Central High School: Time(s):7:30 p.m. # of people per event 200 Fast-talking con man Harold Hill goes from town to town selling citizens on starting a “boy’s band,” then skips town with the money they spend to order instruments and uniforms. Looking for new suckers in Iowa, Hill arrives in River City, where he declares that the only way to save the youth of River City from the lure of the poolroom is to organize a boy’s band with himself as teacher and director. He sets his sights on winning over local music teacher Marian Paroo who rightly considers Hill a fraud! With memorable tunes like “76 Trombones” “Gary, Indiana”, “Ya Got Trouble”, “Till There Was You” and many more, you’ll see why this play has remained a hit for audiences of all ages. **Note the show is 2 hours in length.

Derby Dinner Playhouse presents “Captain Louie” Location: Derby Dinner Playhouse NEW Time(s): 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 300

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‘’Gems: The World’s Wisdom Stories’’ with Doug Berky Location: Brown School Auditorium NEW Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. # of people per event: 700

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Doug Berky will introduce our audience to sagacious stories told around home fires on every continent. Utilizing elaborate masks, his considerable skills of mime, inventive costume design and puppetry, Doug tells stories from many world cultures. You’ll experience stories that may include “The Lion and the Mouse” or “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” (Aesop), “The Drip Nose Boy” (Native American), “The Lame Man and the Blind Man” (Middle East), “Jataka Tales” (Indonesia) and “The Tiger’s Whisker” (Korea). Enjoy! www.dougberky.com

Young Louie takes an imaginary journey full of tricks and treats on Halloween night. This new musical, by WICKED composer Stephen Schwartz, is all about the ability to make new friends and the importance of old ones. Based on the book THE TRIP by Ezra Jack Keats. This is a performance only and does NOT include a meal. www.derbydinner.com

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IMAX Theater at the Louisville Science Center Location: Louisville Science Center IMAX Theater C Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. S # of people per event 230

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A An extraordinary journey to the top of the world, “TO THE ARCTIC” tells the ultimate tale of survival. Narrated by Oscar® winner Meryl Streep, the film takes audiences on a never-before-experienced journey into the lives of a mother polar bear and her twin sevenmonth-old cubs as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home. Captivating, adventurous and intimate footage brings movie-goers up close and personal with this family’s struggle to survive in a frigid environment of melting ice, immense glaciers, spectacular waterfalls, and majestic snow-bound peaks. Admission to IMAX does NOT include admission to the Louisville Science Center. www.louisvillescience.org

Jeffersonville High School presents “Charlotte’s Web” J Location: Jeffersonville High School C Time(s): 1:30 p.m. S # of people per event 500 B

A Charlotte, the extraordinary spider, is determined to save Wilbur the pig from the butcher. So begins her campaign with the miracle of her web in which she writes “Some pig.” Victorious at last, the now-safe Wilbur does what is most important of all for Charlotte. This is a beautiful, knowing play about friendship that will give the audience an afternoon of enchantment. ** Note show is 90 minutes in length.

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When You Wish Upon a Fish presented by Madcap Puppets Location: Manual High School Auditorium Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 800 Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm star in this hilarious, slapstick adventure that includes three versions of The Fisherman and His Wife. The brothers are trying to choose which version to include in their famous book but it is proving to be tougher than they thought! You, the audience, will be asked to lend a hand as the Grimm Brothers work together to bring each fishy fairy tale to life! www.madcappuppets.com

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Appalatin Location: Ursuline Art Center Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 500

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Appalatin was formed through the band members’ mutual love of the folk music sounds of Latin America and the Caribbean. Appalatin’s original music is a fusion of Latin and Appalachian folk music from the band members’ homelands in Central America, the Andes and Appalachia. Instrumentation features the guitar, charango, mandolin, Andean flutes, bongos, congas, and cajón. Their songs reflect messages of freedom, community, empowerment, human rights, spirituality, and environmental stewardship. www.appalatin.com

Carnegie Center for Art and History Location: Carnegie Center Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 40 This Southern Indiana gem provides insights into our local past, and has very creative exhibits of modern arts and artists. The fascinating Yenawine Dioramas bring to life childhood memories from the early 1900s. “Clay, Glass, and Metal” opens in October. And you can take a self-guided tour of a unique exhibit that reveals how ordinary people from Southern Indiana helped overthrow the institution of slavery. Share the lives of real people who helped fugitive slaves find hope and freedom as told in an interactive multi-media presentation. www.carnegiecenter.org

Art at the Muhammad Ali Center Location: Muhammad Ali Center Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 100

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Creativity abounds throughout the Ali Center with a variety of art and media. A guided tour of the Ali Center will include some of Ali’s poetry, his sketches, and video of some classic examples of Ali’s humor. Admire the global collection of children’s artwork beautifully displayed in the 55-foot-long Hope and Dream wall. Find striking and thought-provoking pieces of art and photography in the two changing exhibit galleries—the Howard L. Bingham Gallery and LeRoy Neiman Gallery. www.alicenter.org

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Cave Hill: Quest for Arts Location: Cave Hill Cemetery Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 100 Take a self-guided tour of historic Cave Hill Cemetery on a quest for the arts. Clues to the scavenger hunt will be listed on a map to be picked up at the Louisville Program and Learning Center on Lexington Road. Pick up maps at the Louisville Program and Learning Center.

“Brave Martha and the Dragon” Location: Frazier History Museum Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 50

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Talk about Girl Power! A fair damsel from the Frazier’s Historic Interpretations Department tells the traditional French legend of a Martha, a young visitor who rescues the villagers of Tarascon from the horrible, fire-breathing dragon that has been terrorizing them. After the story, embark on a princess-themed scavenger hunt through the museum’s galleries. www.fraziermuseum.org

Corsets, Crinolines, and Crimping Irons: Fashion through Time Location: Frazier History Museum Time(s): 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30 We’ll explore the evolution of fashion trends through time and across cultures. Using historically accurate costumes from our Historic Interpretations Department, museum staff will offer a hands-on look at the clothing and customs that women have adopted -and endured -- in the quest for being beautiful. www.fraziermuseum.org

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Culbertson Mansion Location: Culbertson Mansion Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 50

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Step into the Victorian lifestyle at the 19th century mansion of the William Stewart Culbertson family. Frescoed ceilings and walls are a feature of the ongoing restoration of the mansion. Tours will start promptly at times specified so troops should arrive on time to avoid missing the start of the tour.

Flame Run Glass Studio Location: Flame Run Glass Studio Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 75 Watch molten glass transform into breathtaking works of art at Kentucky’s largest glass-blowing facility. You will tour the art gallery and see a resident glass artist create an original piece in the “hot shop.” Come find out if this popular art form is in your creative future. www.flamerun.com

Falls of the Ohio State Park Location: Falls of the Ohio B Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 75 J Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 1:30p.m. C # of people per event 45 D

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Visit and learn about the ancient secrets revealed at the Falls of the Ohio State Park. This fascinating outdoor classroom offers a naturally exposed 220-acre Devonian fossil bed—one of the .largest in the world. A 14-minute film “400 Million Years at the Falls” runs on the hour and half-hour. It provides an introduction to the fossil beds and the displays of the many people whose lives intersected with this natural treasure. The museum and fossil beds can be explored on your own. Ask about a scavenger hunt. (Age-appropriate activity sheets are available.) Consider visiting the George Rogers Clark Cabin nearby. www.fallsoftheohio.org

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Harold and the Purple Crayon Location: Youth Performing Arts School/Manual High School Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. NEW # of people per event 150

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Join the fun filled and exciting world of Harold and the Purple Crayon in an interactive performance. The YPAS Dancers will perform a narrated dance of the beloved children’s book Harold and the Purple Crayon. Think - Animals, Animals, Animals; Dance, Dance, Dance; Music, Music, Music. All seating will be on the floor so girls can watch the performance, color with purple crayons and sing along with the YPAS performers. Troop leaders and students can come dressed as their favorite animals! At the end of the show, the girls will have the opportunity to dance with Harold and have their pictures taken. These pictures will be emailed to troop leaders, or if you would like to have the pictures immediately, bring your own SD cards.

Farmington Historic Plantation Location: Farmington J Time(s): 9:00 a.m. C # of people per event 45 B

S One of Louisville’s finest historic homes was once the A center of a hemp plantation. Built in the Federal architectural style, the house is based on plans by Thomas Jefferson. Included is a tour of the home, museum, and grounds with an emphasis on the lifestyle of the Speed family and enslaved African-Americans at Farmington. Tours begin at the Visitor’s Center.

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Howard Steamboat Museum Location: Howard Steamboat Museum Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 50 This guided “splash from the past” tour gives an insight into shipbuilding and riverboat history. Visit the three-story, 22-room Richardson Romanesque mansion where the first floor features original furnishings and gives a glimpse of life in the 1800s. The house has a nautical air that allows visitors to imagine being a riverboat passenger on what used to be considered elaborate floating palaces. The second floor is devoted to steamboat history with models and artifacts of famous riverboats.


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KentuckyShow! Location: Kentucky Center Theater for The Arts Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 100

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Kentucky Show! is a breathtaking, 30-minute, multimedia adventure across time and place featuring the people, sights and sounds of this amazing state. It’s guaranteed to excite your senses and steal your heart. The show is narrated by Ashley Judd. A Kentucky-themed activity booklet is supplied to each troop leader for the I Love the Bluegrass Badge. Please arrive 15 minutes early. Shows begin promptly with no late admission.

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Land Down Under Location: Cochran Elementary Gym Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 300

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Have you ever seen a wallaby, a dingo, or a sugar glider? Or listened to the rhythm of the didgeridoo? Kentucky Down Under will introduce you to many Australian animals, reptiles, birds, and artifacts along with stories of Australian aborigines to give you a taste of the Great Outback of Australia. In order to keep the animals healthy, you will NOT be allowed to touch the animals.

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Locust Grove Location: Locust Grove Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 50

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Tour the historic home, museum, and grounds to discover the lifestyle of a 19th century farm in Kentucky. There is a brief audio/visual presentation before the tour. Locust Grove is the last home of Louisville founder, George Rogers Clark, the Revolutionary War hero. The 1790 Georgian home and other buildings on the 55 acres will be open.

Louisville Leopard Percussionists Location: Sacred Heart Campus Ursuline Art Center Time(s): 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 500

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The Louisville Leopard Percussionists are a performing ensemble of 50 student musicians, ages 7-12, living across Metro Louisville. The ensemble plays on a full range of percussion instruments, including drums, marimbas, xylophone, vibraphone, timbales, congas, bongos, and piano. Come watch these ordinary kids perform an extraordinary musical experience! www.louisvilleleopardpercussionists.com

Main Street Comes Alive! Location: Kentucky Center for the Arts Front Steps Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 45 Come learn about the artful architecture on historic Main Street! Your tour guide is Dr. Tom Owen, Louisville’s favorite historian, who makes history and art come alive. You’ll see unique examples of Renaissance revival, Greek revival, and art deco architecture, and you’ll learn interesting factoids, information, and answers to why Louisville’s architecture makes our city one of a kind. **Look for the man with the megaphone! Meet Juliette! at the Frazier History Museum Location: Frazier History Museum Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 75 The Frazier Museum celebrates strong, influential women throughout history. This is your chance to meet such a woman, Juliette Gordon Low—founder of the Girl Scouts—in a live performance by a historic interpreter. Experience her story, ask questions, and explore the museum galleries. www.fraziermuseum.org Old Louisville Ghost Tour Location: Old Louisville Visitors Center Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 80 Fascinating and eerie stories await you along this ghostly walk through Old Louisville, the largest Victorian district in the United States. Your self-guided tour will begin when you pick up a map at the Old Louisville Visitors’ Center, at 2117 South 4th Street, and end in front of the Conrad-Caldwell House. No home tours are included. Along the way, you will meet frightfully knowledgeable storytellers who will provide the haunted highlights that accompany the historic grandeur of a time long past. Once Upon a Time Location: Louisville Free Public Library – Main Branch Time(s): 9:30 a.m. # of people per event 80 Are you ready for 45 minutes of fun-filled stories? Then come to the newly renovated Main Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library in the Children’s Room. The Children’s Department staff will host a session to share their favorite stories and do a simple craft. Come join the fun! Note the special starting time!

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Rauch Planetarium presents “BIG” Location: Rauch Planetarium Time(s): 1:00 p.m. # of people per event 110

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Always a favorite, St. Xavier’s Xpress players are happy to return to the festival with another improvisational presentation. Parts of this fun, fast-paced show require directions from the audience, so viewers should come prepared to participate.

The show is “BIG”- really, really big! The size of the universe is vast. The numbers used to describe it are, well, astronomical. Using Immersavision technology, “BIG” explores the Universe and takes the audience on a tour of some of its most magnificent sights. Note the special starting time.

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Rauch Planetarium presents “Laser Magic” Location: Rauch Planetarium Time(s): 2:00 p.m. # of people per event 110

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“Laser Magic” uses laser lights that dance and dazzle as the music plays! You’ll hear a mix of popular music by various artists such as Shania Twain, Will Smith, Celine Dion, Enya and more. This is musical Fun filled entertainment for kids of all ages! Note the special starting time. River City Ballet Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 150

St. Xavier Xpress Players Location: Sacred Heart Campus Recital Hall Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 120

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Schimpff’s Confectionery Location: Schimpff’s Confectionery Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 40 Take a sweet visit to the past at Schimpff’s Confectionery. This family-owned firm has been producing handmade candies for four generations, since 1891. Watch a video on Schimpff’s, see a demonstration of old-fashioned candy made on turn-of-the-century equipment, and hear some history of the area. Each girl will receive a small goodie bag of candy. Handmade Schimpff’s candies are available for purchase. www.schimpffs.com

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Come join River City Ballet and get an up close and personal look at the art of Ballet. Aurora and her friends, Bluebirds, Cats and Jewels will dance for you in excerpts from the Act 3 wedding celebration of “The Sleeping Beauty”. Then join us for the holiday classic, “The Nutcracker, Act 2”. Clara helps the Nutcracker Prince defeat the Mouse King and travels to a land of magical dances. River City Ballet is the performing company of Louisville Academy of Dance. www.ladballet.com Rock with the Hi-tops! Location: Manual High School Auditorium Time(s): 1:30p.m. # of people per event 800

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You’re going to love this all-girl rock band, made up of five teenaged young ladies from right here in Kentuckiana. They play songs from Lady Gaga, High School Musical, and The Go-Go’s, as well as some Hi-tops originals. They recently Won second place in a national “Battle of the Bands” and played a winners gig at Disneyland! They were voted Fan Favorite, and Bayley was voted Best Bassist for the whole event! They’ve Played gigs at the Hard Rock Café and the Kentucky State Fair, and they even opened for the Jonas Brothers! You won’t want to miss this last Festival of the Arts performance before the ladies head off to college next year!

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Women Behind the Derby Location: Kentucky Derby Museum Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 50 Women are more than just pretty faces beneath Derby Hats! Come to the track for a tour to learn more about who does what in those long, long hours of training that lead up the race. Watch for the ever-increasing number of women who have made it onto the track and on horseback. You’ll be able to check out the special exhibits and watch the traditional 360-degree movie in the Derby Museum. We will be touring outside at the track, so please dress suitable for the weather! www.derbymuseum.org


Daisy and Brownie Workshops Girls may attend one workshop from their grade level. Workshops are available for girls’ participation only. Workshops are approximately 1 to 1 1/4 hours in length unless otherwise noted. Leaders are expected to provide supervision of their girls during the workshop and to assist if requested by the instructor. B

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Art For All to See! Location: Sacred Heart School for the Arts Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 15

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Why not create a beautiful design and wear it front and center? This workshop will use fusible (Iron-on) fabric pieces that can be arranged in a pattern of your own design, or you can try one of the pattern ideas we have on hand.

Come to Ms. Shelly’s Art Club in the Highlands, a real art studio where creativity abounds! In this hands-on art workshop, your Daisies will make Daisies! In all shapes, sizes, and colors, the keepsake daisy artwork your Daisies create today will be mementos of Festival of the Arts day, as well as their Daisy Girl Scout experience. Come have your Daisies make Daisies! Note: Due to space limits, only 2 adults per troop, please.

Adults will be needed to assist with the ironing part of the project! Each girl will need to bring a white or light colored, solid sweatshirt for their project base.

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Beautiful Asia: Ribbon Dance and Tai Qi (Tai Chi) Location: Sacred Heart School for the Arts Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. NEW # of people per event 25

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Experience the beauty of Asian culture through the expressive musical movements of Chinese Ribbon Dance and the controlled quiet motions of Tai Qi (Tai Chi). We will begin by making a folded fan to use with Tai Qi steps, then advance to using colorful ribbons to perform movements of the Ribbon Dance. Traditional musical accompaniment rounds out a session filled with artistry, balance and harmony.

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Daisies Make Daisies! Location: Art Club in the Highlands Time(s): 11:00am # of people per event 20

Dance for Fun-Try Tap! Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 25

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Begin your tap dance experience using rhythm and sounds to learn basic tap drills and combinations that will be used to develop a short routine! You’ll be taking steps toward tremendous toe tapping fun! Bring a pair of socks and plan to arrive early to be fitted with shoes or bring your own if you have them.

Brownie Singing Games Location: Manual High School Old Cafeteria Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 40

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Always getting outstanding reviews from the troops that attend this workshop, Carmel Bowman leads the girls in non-stop fun for over an hour. The girls, and their leaders, learn songs and dances from many countries and learn how to play singing games where “everybody gets a turn.”

Discover Drama Location: Walden Theatre Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 50

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Walden Theatre’s Discover Drama program gives girls an exciting first taste of acting, through fun theatre activities and improve games that show how actors build characters and scenes. With teamwork, determination, and courage—skills Girl Scouts already possess— and a supportive environment participants activate their creativity and build lifelong self-confidence. www.waldentheatre.org

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Falls of the Ohio Fossil Lab Location: Falls of the Ohio State Park Time(s): 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30

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Hwang’s Martial Arts Location: Hwang’s Martial Arts Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 80 Grandmaster Jung Oh Hwang is a 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Silver Medalist and Hwang’s Martial Arts is one of the top ten schools in the world! You will learn that martial arts is not just physical training, but that it can also increase confidence and leadership skills. Come join our winning team for a fun-filled hour with Hwang’s Martial Arts! www.hwangsmartialarts.com

Become familiar with the shapes and forms of our remote past. The Fossil Lab workshop is held in the beautiful Falls of the Ohio State Park Interpretive Center, just across the bridge in Indiana. Consider visiting the George Rogers Clark Cabin nearby. There is a picnic shelter where troops can have lunch either before or after the Falls experience. www.fallsoftheohio.org D B

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Jump Into Juliette Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00am, 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 50

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Celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouts with storyteller Susan Fowler! Let’s jump into Juliette’s life story, sing and sign around the campfire and create a friendship gift to remember March 12, 1912!

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Fashion a Quill Pen at Farmington Location: Farmington Historic Plantation Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 20

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Using coins and other ordinary objects, magician Bill Kustes will teach you how to present a series of magic tricks that you can use in your own magic show. Each girl should bring a deck of cards, a new unsharpened pencil, and a quarter. Other workshop materials will be provided.

When Farmington was an active homestead and farm the records weren’t kept on computers, but entered into ledgers and letters with a quill pen and ink. Participants will have the opportunity to fashion their own writing tool that every young girl in the 1800s would be happy to use for her daily lessons.

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Magic Workshop Location: Louisville PLC Rooms 2-3 Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 50

Hands Across the Water--West African Music and Culture Workshop with Gregory Acker Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. NEW # of people per event 50

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Join former Peace Corps volunteer and professional musician Gregory Acker on a journey to Africa—learning traditional rhythms on djembe and dunun drums, bells, and shakers, with songs and dance moves to go along. You’ll learn about West Africa through stories and background, and then jump into drumming and related art forms. If you’ve never experienced group drumming, you’ve got to try it, and if you have...you already know how much fun it is! Dress casually, and come prepared to drum, move, and sing!

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Rhythm and Rhymes Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00am & 11:00am # of people per event 30

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Set Shel Silverstein to music! This interactive workshop is a sure fire hit according to evaluations from past Festivals. The girls love using the works of one of their favorite poets to write a song. J.C. Reedy will help them explore four styles of music: blues, rock ’n roll, country & western, and reggae. They will use what they learn to make their very own “Top 40 Hit Song.”

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In this hands-on musical workshop, girls will be guided by the Louisville Leopard Percussionists in some simple and fun percussion beats. Through listening, movement, and singing, Girl Scouts will learn to play complicated rhythms, improvise, and create original pieces without written music. The Leopards’ method of playing percussion is just plain fun, and it develops a love for music that motivates girls to want to learn more! No musical experience needed! Troops who participate in this workshop will have the option to be a part of the Louisville Leopard Percussionists performance at 1:30! www.louisvilleleopardpercussionists.com

Run For the Roses Derby Hat Location: Kentucky Derby Museum Time(s): 11:00am # of people per event 60 Here’s your chance to make your very own Derby hat out of an ordinary visor. The Kentucky Derby Museum will provide the plastic visor, flowers, and all other supplies. You provide the imagination! ** Note - workshop space is limited and will accept a limited number of adults. www.derbymuseum.org

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We’ve Got the Beat! Location: Sacred Heart Campus: Ursuline Art Center Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 20

Silk Screening Location: Print-Tex USA Time(s): 9:00am, 11:00am & 1:30pm # of people per event 40 Have you ever been curious about how those designs get on your t-shirts? It’s called silk screening and it’s an interesting process to watch. Print-Tex U.S.A. has invited girls to visit the production plant and see how it is done. You will even get to print a Festival of the Arts t-shirt of your very own. There will be a $5 charge for each t-shirt, payable to Print-Tex the day of the Festival. (Shirt sizes available: Youth Small through Adult XXXL) * $5 per t-shirt will be collected at the door. Make checks payable to Print-Tex.

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Art For All to See! Location: Sacred Heart Campus School for the Arts Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. NEW # of people per event 15

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Cartooning Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30 Do you love to doodle? You may have hidden talent! Ted Nathanson Will help you develop your ‘tooner’ skills through perspective and the basic proportions of the human face and body. You may just draw the face of a future Super Girl Scout!

Why not create a beautiful design and wear it front and center? This workshop will use fusible (Iron-on) fabric pieces that can be arranged in a pattern of your own design, or you can try one of the pattern ideas we have on hand. Adults will be needed to assist with the ironing part of the project! Each girl will need to bring a white or light colored, solid sweatshirt for their project base.

Dance for Fun-Try Tap! Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 25

Cake Decorating Location: Louisville PLC Troop House Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 35

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Begin your tap dance experience using rhythm and sounds to learn basic tap drills and combinations that will be used to develop a short routine! You’ll be taking steps toward tremendous toe tapping fun! Bring a pair of socks and plan to arrive early to be fitted with shoes or bring your own if you have them.

Mary Lynn Hurst Riley will teach you how to turn a cake into a work of art. You will learn how to smooth-ice a cake to prepare it for decorating and practice making holiday theme designs. Each girl will take home her own newly decorated cupcakes. Please bring a box to hold three cupcakes for each Girl Scout. B

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Discover Drama Location: Walden Theatre Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 50

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Walden Theatre’s Discover Drama program gives girls an exciting first taste of acting, through fun theatre activities and improve games that show how actors build characters and scenes. With teamwork, determination, and courage—skills Girl Scouts already possess— and a supportive environment participants activate their creativity and build lifelong self-confidence. www.waldentheatre.org

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Express Yourself with Flamenco Location: Louisville PLC Big Room Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 25

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Learn to express your feelings with beauty and strength through the dramatic Spanish dance form of Flamenco. You will enjoy a short demonstration of Flamenco by your instructor and then you’ll be up on your feet to try the rhythms and dance moves yourself! This fun workshop will be led by a Flamenco Louisville teacher who has lived and studied in Spain. Bring your creative self and your cultural curiosity, and get ready to shout “Ole”!

Jump Into Juliette Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 50

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Celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouts with storyteller Susan Fowler! Let’s jump into Juliette’s life story, sing and sign around the campfire and create a friendship gift to remember March 12, 1912!

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Jump It Up! Location: Manual High School Gym Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 75

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Join the Jump It Up team for a short demonstration of beginning to advanced jump rope techniques. From single rope tricks, group routines and double Dutch, you’ll be amazed at their skills. Then it is your turn! Small groups will help teach participants tricks and skills in single and double Dutch that will be a lot of fun for everyone.

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Hip Hop Dance! Location: Sacred Heart Campus School Gym Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 80

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Learn awesome hip hop dance moves from Safiyyah Rasool! Whether you’re an absolute beginner or experienced performer, come join the hip hop dance workshop for lots of fun! Students will experience traditional forms of hip hop, commercial hip hop, and free styling. If you enjoy shows like So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Best Dance Crew, and Dancing with the Stars, then this is the workshop for you!! Please wear sneakers!

Knot Your Standard Rope Trick Location: Sacred Heart Campus Art Room Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 20

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Sure, Girl Scouts learn to tie knots. Now it is time to really ‘learn the ropes’ creating beautiful macramé knotted jewelry creations. You will embellish a special collection of cording with a variety of beads and finish a piece to keep - or share!

Line Dancing Location: Sacred Heart Campus Model School Gym Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 50 Jamie Marshall, 6-time world line dance champion, award winning choreographer and internationally known personality, offers a session filled with fun, laughs and to teach one of today’s hottest dances. Learn different styles of dance to become a choreographer and create your own dance to your favorite song!

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Using coins and other ordinary objects, magician Bill Kustes will teach you how to present a series of magic tricks that you can use in your own magic show. Each girl should bring a deck of cards, a new unsharpened pencil, and a quarter. Make a Picture for your Fingertips Location: Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 25

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Learn the art of stone cutting. Each girl will be able to chip/carve a part of the 100th Girl Scout anniversary time capsule that will be on display at the Girl Scout Program and Learning Center. Small pieces of limestone that are chipped off the larger piece will be turned into a keepsake for you to take home. Story Poem Books Location: Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30

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Girls will make a small one-of-a-kind book with folded paper, then play with words to create a short poem with a narrative or expressive quality. This workshop is inspired by the current Storytelling as Craft exhibit which explores storytelling through a variety of media including performance, installation, painting and photography. www.kentuckyarts.org

Scrapbooking Location: Manual High School Cafeteria Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30

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Come learn about the wonderful hobby of scrapbooking and make a special memory album of your own. Papers, cutters, and all the supplies will be available for your use. We will have ideas for ‘dressing up’ a page and developing a theme for your project. To personalize your work, bring along several photos or mementos that you can include!

We’ve Got the Beat! Location: Sacred Heart Campus: Ursuline Art Center Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 20 In this hands-on musical workshop, girls will be guided by the Louisville Leopard Percussionists in some simple and fun percussion beats. Through listening, movement, and singing, Girl Scouts will learn to play complicated rhythms, improvise, and create original pieces without written music. The Leopards’ method of playing percussion is just plain fun, and it develops a love for music that motivates girls to want to learn more! No musical experience needed! Troops who participate in this workshop will have the option to be a part of the Louisville Leopard Percussionists performance at 1:30! www.louisvilleleopardpercussionists.com

Silk Screening Location: Print-Tex USA Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 40 Have you ever been curious about how those designs get on your t-shirts? It’s called silk screening and it’s an interesting process to watch. Print-Tex U.S.A. has invited girls to visit the production plant and see how it is done. You will even get to print a Festival of the Arts t-shirt of your very own. There will be a $5 charge for each t-shirt, payable to Print-Tex the day of the Festival. (Shirt sizes available: Youth Small through Adult XXXL) $5 per t-shirt will be collected at the door. Make checks payable to Print-Tex.

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Festival of the Arts — 2012 REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS

September 26 - All registrations received in the Council office before 5:00 p.m. will be scheduled first, by random drawing. All registrations received after this date will be scheduled according to the date on which they are received until the Festival is full or when registration closes on Wednesday, October 17th. October 4 - Deadline for additions to your troop’s first round Festival registration. Additions cannot be made after this date. If you need to add to your troop’s registration before the October 5th deadline, you must first call the Council office (636-0900 ext 34000 or 1-888-771-5170). Use the “Additions” registration form located in the back of this brochure to add girls to your Festival registration. October 17 - Due to the volume of this event, registration closes and no changes can be made after this date. October 24 -Troop schedule, tickets, and patches will be mailed beginning on this date.

The Festival registration process is designed to be fair to all — new and experienced — and to allow time for girls to be included in the decisions about their schedule.

Troop must be registered for the 2012-2013 Girl Scout year. The troop registration must be received in the council office in order for your Festival reservation to be processed.

Troop must register at least 2 adults for your Festival reservation to be processed. Read Voluntee Essentials/ Safety Activity Checkpoints for safety guidelines and for adult/girl ratio guidelines.

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The number of adults registering for Festival is limited, where noted, because of seating capacity. Total number of girls paid for Festival cannot exceed the number of girls registered in your troop Otherwise, your Festival reservation will not be scheduled until the additional girl registration and payment is received in the council office. Cost is $11.00 per person (including all adults) which includes a patch and admission to programs. Absolutely NO tagalongs (any girl under 5, any girl not registered with GSUSA, or any boy) will be allowed! This popular event is for Girl Scouts (girls/adults) only. If an adult brings a tagalong, they will be asked to wait in the lobby. Cookie Dough may be used as payment. Make checks payable to Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana. Send total payment with registration form to: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana 2115 Lexington Road Louisville, KY 40206

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FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS Please Print

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Troop #______________Area ___________ Service Unit ___________

Leader’s Name__________________________________________________________________________________________ Address________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street/Route City State Zip E-Mail Address ________________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone_____________________________________ Cell Phone______________________________________

Co-Leader’s Name______________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone_____________________________________ Cell Phone______________________________________ Total # of girls registered in your troop for 2012-2013 _________________ (# of girls registering for Festival cannot exceed # of girls registered in your troop.)

Total # of girls_______________ & adults_______________ attending X $11.00 per person (price includes patch) (2 minimum) Enclosed $_________________________ (check)

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Total amount $______________________________ for fees In an effort to ensure that we are serving all girls, we encourage you to provide the following information on racial background and ethnicity: Please indicate the # of participants of each racial/ethnic origin: ______ African American ______ Asian______Caucasian______Hispanic______Native American______Other (Multiracial)

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Please print and fill out completely! Send tickets to:

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REGISTRATION FORM Your troop may attend one program in the EVENT category and one program in the WORKSHOP category. You may choose to attend as many as desired from the PERFORMANCES, EXHIBITS, and TOURS category, for a total of no more than three. In order of preference, select the programs you would like to attend. Make sure to include second, third, etc. choices, and we will try to give you at least one first choice. If you don’t list alternate choices and your first choice is full, a selection will be made for you.

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Leaders must provide supervision during the workshops!

What is the one most important program that you want to attend: _____________________________________ How many programs (maximum three) do you want to attend during the day? 1 What time do you want to start your first session? _____________________

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The Festival of the Arts is a very popular event, designed to help girls explore new areas of the arts.Therefore, we ask your girls to make selections they have not experienced before and to be open to trying new things. If they have only one selection in a category, it may be better if they go to that program at another time.

Refund Policy You may apply for a refund only if you meet all the following conditions: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Selected 3 programs from the Events category. Selected 5 programs from the Performance, Exhibits, and Tours category. Selected 4 Workshops from your troop age grade category. The Festival Scheduler has not been able to place your troop into any of your selections. If the Festival Scheduler is unable to give you any of your choices, she will call you and offer alternative selections. If these alternatives are not satisfactory, you may ask for a refund at that time.

We Want You! We Need You! Girl Scouts ages 15-17, Leaders, Friends of Girl Scouts and Parents... can volunteer to help at the Festival. It’s FUN to help on Festival Day because you’ll get to see either a performance or workshop after you collect tickets, help troops find their place, or maybe assist a workshop instructor. You’ll receive a free Festival patch. Call Cassandra Niece at the council office, 502-413-2853 or 1-888771-5170, for more information.

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Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Workshops Girls may attend one workshop from their grade level. Workshops are available for girls’ participation only. Workshops are approximately 1 to 1 1/4 hours in length unless otherwise noted. Leaders are expected to provide supervision of their girls during the workshop and to assist if requested by the instructor. cious, and unique experience for all. Savor such different chocolates as single-origin, fair trade, fusion, raw, organic chocolates; learn the health benefits and origins in a truly memorable event. After all, it’s CHOCOLATE!!!!

Backstage at Actors Theatre Location: Actors Theatre of Louisville Time(s): 9:00 a.m. # of people per event 50 Join the Education Team at Actors Theatre of Louisville as they guide you behind the scenes in an interactive tour/workshop highlighting the history, design, and magic of one of the country’s leading regional theaters.

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Cake Decorating Location: Louisville PLC Troop House Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 35

In this hands-on workshop, you will learn the basics of performing Comedy Improv, just like on TV’s “Whose Line Is It, Anyway?” We’ll help you practice some essential improvisational skills... then you will rehearse a short, imaginative scene and perform it for everyone!

Mary Lynn Hurst-Riley will teach you how to turn a cake into a work of art. You will learn how to smooth-ice a cake to prepare it for decorating and practice making holiday theme designs. Each girl will take home her own newly decorated cupcakes. Please bring a box to hold three cupcakes for each Girl Scout.

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Comedy Improv Basics Location: Cochran Elementary Media Center Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 20

Cruisin’ Critters Location: Louisville PLC Girl’s Cafe Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 12 Learn how to turn bath towels into animal forms as is done on cruise ships and at Disney World. Make and take home a cuddly critter of your own.

Cartooning Location: Lincoln Elementary Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30 Do you love to doodle? You may have hidden talent! Ted Nathanson will help you develop your ‘tooner’ skills through perspective and the basic proportions of the human face and body. You may just draw the face of a future Super Girl Scout!

Divas and Drama Queens Location: Louisville PLC Room 1 Time(s): 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 20

Chocolate Lovers Only! Location: Sacred Heart Campus School Cafeteria Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 35

Is acting your thing? Do you want to be center stage? Are you the next diva waiting to happen? Come for an acting class that will be led by Mark Sawyer-Daily, long time theatre professional and educator. Tips and techniques that could land you your next or first big role will be shared. This is a great opportunity to learn from a pro!

Have you ever really tasted chocolate? In our contemporary world, chocolate is everywhere, but not all chocolate is the same. Learn how the country of origin, preparation, and pairings can produce very different chocolate experiences. This class will combine the pleasure and fine nuances of chocolate in a fun, deli-

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You’ve heard about them, maybe you’ve seen or been part of one - now take it to the next level. The Sparkles and Spurs dance team, and friends, will teach participants choreography to the song “Footloose” from the movie with the same name. You’ll coordinate and take part in a public flash mob routine that will take place during lunch time at a very public local venue. The location will be announced at the time of Festival of the Arts ticketing. Note: Seniors & Ambassadors only

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Learn awesome hip hop dance moves from Safiyyah Rasool! Whether you’re an absolute beginner or experienced performer, come join the hip hop dance workshop for lots of fun! Students will experience traditional forms of hip hop, commercial hip hop, and freestyling. If you enjoy shows like So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Best Dance Crew, and Dancing With the Stars, then this is the workshop for you!! Please wear sneakers!

Hound Dog Press Location: Hound Dog Press Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 10 Ideas start with pen on paper. Then the magic begins! Girls will cut their own linoleum blocks with hand tools, and a limited edition of prints will be made on a table top “platen press” dating from the 1930s. A portfolio exchange will take place among the girls, and everyone will take home an exclusive set of her own art prints. Note: Seniors & Ambassadors only www.hounddogpress.com

Beautiful etched glass is used to indicate fine, expensive glassware. With today’s techniques and tools it is a skill that anyone can acquire to produce fabulous results using readily available glass. You will learn the differences in stencils, what to consider when stenciling a glass item, and how to make your own stencil designs. Then, you will try your hand etching a small glass item with etching cream and a stencil that you make and take home. Head Games for Hot Chicks Location: Sacred Heart Campus Art Room Time(s): 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 20

Hip Hop Dance! Location: Sacred Heart Campus School Gym Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 80

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It’s all about looking good - isn’t it? Look around. How many of your best girl friends are wearing the same old store bought elastic headbands. Want to make something original and learn some simple sewing skills? You will cut fabric from a pattern and use a straight sewing machine stitch to make a unique fabric and elastic headband. Heads will turn!

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Japanese Tea Ceremony Location: Sacred Heart Campus School of Arts Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 20 The Japanese tea ceremony is a choreographic ritual of preparing and serving Japanese green tea, together with traditional Japanese sweets to balance with the bitter taste of the tea. The whole process is not about drinking tea, but is about aesthetics, using predefined movements, and preparing a bowl of tea from one’s heart. Everyone is seated on the floor and the host always considers the guests’ viewpoint with every movement and gesture.

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Jump It Up! Location: Manual High School Gym Time(s): 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 75

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Jamie Marshall, 6-time world line dance champion, award winning choreographer and internationally known personality, offers a session filled with fun, laughs and to teach one of today’s hottest dances. Learn different styles of dance to become a choreographer and create your own dance to your favorite song!

Join the Jump It Up team for a short demonstration of beginning to advanced jump rope techniques. From single rope tricks, group routines and double Dutch, you’ll be amazed at their skills. Then it is your turn! Small groups will help teach participants tricks and skills in single and double Dutch that will be a lot of fun for everyone.

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Line Dancing Location: Sacred Heart Campus School Gym Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 50

Photograms Location: Sacred Heart Campus Photo Lab Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00.a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 16

Knot Your Standard Rope Trick Location: Sacred Heart Campus Art Room Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. NEW # of people per event 20

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Do you think that digital images are the only way to make photographic art? Want to learn how we got to the digital age? This is your opportunity to see how the developing process works and to create a ‘snapshot’ of your day. Bring along several small objects, or find something interesting in your backpack or purse! You will learn a technique that exposes your grouping onto photographic paper - then use the dark room to complete your personal photogram.

Sure, Girl Scouts learn to tie knots. Now it is time to really ‘learn the ropes’ creating beautiful macramé knotted jewelry creations. You will embellish a special collection of cording with a variety of beads and finish a piece to keep - or share!

Leatherneckin’ Location: Tandy Leather Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00.a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 20

Quilling Location: Louisville PLC Room 1 Time(s): 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. # of people per event 20

An introduction to a heritage skill craft will be given by Steve Payton, a representative of Tandy Leather Company. Each girl will make a wristband and key chain using stamping tools and colored markers. Leaders are asked to be available to assist if needed. www.tandyleather.com

Turn thin paper strips into flowers, snowflakes, and much more. Use these for ornaments or to embellish stationery, scrapbooks, cards, and gifts.

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Scrapbooking Location: Manual High School Cafeteria Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30

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Come learn about the wonderful hobby of scrapbooking and make a special memory album of your own. Papers, cutters, and all the supplies will be available for your use. We will have ideas for ‘dressing up’ a page and developing a theme for your project. To personalize your work, bring along several photos or mementos that you can include!

Stonecutter Location: Louisville PLC Arts & Crafts Room Time(s): 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30 Learn the art of stone cutting. Each girl will be able to chip/carve a part of the 100th Girl Scout anniversary time capsule that will be on display at the Girl Scout Program and Learning Center. Small pieces of limestone that are chipped off the larger piece will be turned into a keepsake for you to take home.

Zumba Location: Sacred Heart Campus School Gym Time(s): 1:30 p.m. NEW # of people per event

Songwriting from a Practical Standpoint (Singer/Songwriter Style) Location: Lincoln Elementary NEW Time(s): 1:30 p.m. # of people per event 30

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DITCH THE WORKOUT AND JOIN THE PARTY! Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin and International rhythms with easy-to- follow moves to create a dynamic dance aerobic program that will blow you away! You’ll have an absolute blast in one exhilarating hour of awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life. Zumba is the fitness party that is taking the world by storm!

The act of songwriting and the song must contain emotion to be able to capture an audience. Emotion is created through build, tension/release, time signature, mood, and intensity. Spend time with JC. Reedy (singer songwriter) and craft poetry, prose, and thought into songs. No experience needed! If you play guitar, banjo, ukulele, or a portable instrument, please bring it with you.

*Bring a water bottle. Wear comfortable clothes and fitness shoes.

Thank you 2012 Festival of the Arts Committee! Melissa Amshoff Ellen Cullinane-Spanyer Pat Davis Marcella Herde

Ann Koehler Deb Riall Rae Anne Roley Judy Steinhauer

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2012 Festival of the Arts T-shirts for Sale!

Contact Name_____________________________ Phone #___________________ Troop #__________ Email address____________________________________________ Indicate how many of each size you want to order: Youth Sizes: Long sleeve T-shirts $15 each _______Medium (10-12)

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Adult Sizes: Long sleeve T-shirts $15 each _______ Small _______X-Large

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Choose how you will pick up the T-shirts: _____ The week of Festival of the Arts at the Girl Scout Office, Louisville, KY. _____ The day of Festival of the Arts at the Girl Scout Office, Louisville, KY. Total # of T-shirts___________ x $15.00 = $_________________ Amount Enclosed Please send payment and this T-shirt order form with your Festival of the Arts Registration. If you have any questions about T-shirts call Cassandra Niece at 502- 413-2853. Orders must be received no later than Friday, September 28th. Advance orders are required.

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Additions to Festival of the Arts Troop Registration

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Troop #______________ Area ___________ Service Unit ___________ # Daisies_______ # Brownies______# Juniors_______ # Cadettes_______# Seniors_______# Ambassadors______

Leader’s Name______________________________________________________________________________________ Address____________________________________________________________________________________________ Street/Route City State Zip E-Mail Address _____________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone_________________________________ Cell Phone______________________________________ Co-Leader’s Name___________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone_________________________________ Cell Phone______________________________________ Total # of additional girls_______ & #additional adults______attending X $12.00 per person (price includes patch) Total # of girls registered in your troop for 2012/2013__________ (# of girls registering for Festival cannot exceed # of girls registered in your troop.) In an effort to ensure that we are serving all girls, we encourage you to provide the following information on racial background and ethnicity: Please indicate the # of participants of each racial/ethnic origin: ______ African American ______ Asian______Caucasian______Hispanic______Native American______Other (Multiracial) Enclosed $____________________ (check) and/or $____________________ (Cookie Dough) Total amount $_________________________ for fees

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Location —— Parking —— Handicapped Accessibility Information Downtown parking meters are FREE on Saturday

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Actors Theatre 316 W. Main St (parking on street or garage)

Art Club in the Highlands 1906 Bardstown Rd

Assumption High School 2170 Tyler Lane

Brown School 546 S. First Street

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Location —— Parking —— Handicapped Accessibility Information Carnegie Center for Arts & History 201 E. Spring St- New Albany, IN (parking lot available)

Cave Hill Cemetery 2395 Grindstead Drive

Cochran Elementary 1609 S. Sixth St at Gaulbert (parking lot available and on street)

Culbertson Mansion 914 E. Main St. New Albany, IN (on street parking)

Derby Dinner Playhouse 525 Marriott Dr, Clarksville, IN

Falls of the Ohio State Park 201 West Riverside Drive

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Location —— Parking —— Handicapped Accessibility Information Farmington 3033 Bardstown Road (parking on premises)

Flame Run Glass Studio 815 West Market Street

Floyd Central High School 6575 Old Vincennes Rd, Floyds Knobs, IN (parking lot available)

Frazier History Museum 829 W. Main St (parking lot across from museum)

Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Louisville PLC 2115 Lexington Road

Hound Dog Press 309 East Market Unit 103

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Location —— Parking —— Handicapped Accessibility Information Howard Steamboat Museum 1101 E. Market St. Jeffersonville, IN (park in back of museum)

Hwang’s Martial Arts 2931 S. Hurstbourne Parkway

Jeffersonville High School Auditorium 2315 Allison Lane, Jeffersonville, IN (parking lot available)

Kentucky Center for the Arts 501 W. Main Street (parking on street & garages)

Kentucky Museum of Arts and Craft 715 W. Main St (on street and commerical garages)

Locust Grove 561 Blankenbaker Lane (parking lot available)

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Location —— Parking —— Handicapped Accessibility Information Louisville Free Public Library- Main Branch 301 York St. (paid or on street parking)

Louisville Science Center 727 W. Main St (pay lot behind building or on street parking)

Manual High School/Youth Performing Art School 120 W. Lee St (use 2nd street parking lot)

Muhammad Ali Center 144 N. 6th St (parking under center)

Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind 1839 Frankfort Ave (parking available)

Old Louisville Vistors Center 2117 South 4th Street

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Location —— Parking —— Handicapped Accessibility Information Print Tex USA 11198 Ampere Ct (parking lot available)

Rauch Planetarium 2301 S. 3rd St (parking in lot)

Sacred HeartCampus 3175 Lexington Rd

Schimpff’s Confectionery 347 Spring St, Jeffersonville, IN (parking on street)

Tandy Leather 4646 Hendrick Drive

Walden Theatre 1123 Payne St (on street and parking in rear)

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Festival of the Arts Patch Contest! At the Festival of the Arts you have the opportunity to experience a broad range of creative and fine arts in performances and workshops conducted by local and regional artists. Does this get your creative juices flowing? Can you express your Festival of the Arts experience in a drawing? Would you like to create the next Festival of the Arts patch? Show us what you’ve got! Girl Scouts, and adults, are eligible to submit entries. Just follow the simple instructions below.

♦ Start with a clean sheet of 8 ½” X 11” paper ♦ Use colored pens, crayons, or markers for your drawing ♦ Please limit the number of colors used to 5 maximum Please list the following information on the BACK of your drawing: Name_______________________________ Age__________ Troop #_________ Level ___________ or Adult ______ Address___________________________________________ Phone _________________________ Send your entries to: Festival of the Arts Patch Design Contest 2115 Lexington Road Louisville, KY 40206

Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana

Your design here!

2013 Festival of the Arts

The winning artwork selection will be interpreted by the patch company for final approval by the Festival of the Arts committee. The winning design will be shown on the front of the 2013 Festival of the Arts brochure and the artist will be recognized within the program. ***Original entries will not be returned! Winners will be selected by the Festival of the Arts Committee and winners will be notified. The decision of the committee is final.

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Festival of the Arts 2012  

The Festival of the Arts provides a unique arts experience of observation and participation for Girl Scout Daisies through Ambassadors.

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