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Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Service Centers and Showcases CONNECT WITH US

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Girl Scout Service Center at Bloomington 1000 N Walnut St, Ste I • Bloomington, IN 47404 Tue–Fri | noon-5 p.m. Showcase open Saturday | 9 a.m.-noon*

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Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 1300 Hutchins Ave • Columbus, IN 47201 Tue–Fri | noon-5 p.m. Showcase open Saturday | 9 a.m.-noon*

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Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E • Lafayette, IN 47905 Tue–Fri | 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Showcase open Saturday | 9 a.m.-noon*

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Girl Scout Service Center at Indianapolis 7201 Girl Scout Ln • Indianapolis, IN 46214 Mon-Fri | 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Showcase open Saturday | 9 a.m.-noon* Girl Scout Service Center at Kokomo 815 W Superior St • Kokomo, IN 46901 Tue–Fri | noon-5 p.m. Showcase open Saturday | 9 a.m.-noon*

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Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S • Daleville, IN 47334 Mon-Fri | 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Showcase open Saturday | 9 a.m.-noon*

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Girl Scout Service Center at Richmond Visit our new location this fall - check our website for updates. Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Ln • Terre Haute, IN 47807 Tue–Fri | noon-5 p.m. Showcase open Saturday | 9 a.m.-noon* *Closed on Saturdays, June 1-July 31

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana service centers will be closed: Labor Day Thanksgiving And day after

Winter Break December 26-Jan 2

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Inventory Showcases will be closed beginning December 19

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S! GREETING The 2017 Fall Program and Adult Learning Guide is full of activities to bring out the G.I.R.L. (go-getter, innovator, risk-taker, & leader) in all Girl Scouts through quality programming led by competent, inspirational, mentors. Over the years, watching girls grow into confident, collaborative, and experienced leaders through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience has impacted my life and pushed me to continue my work with the utmost importance. We believe that girls need to experience the “can-hardly-sleep-because I’m-waiting-to-the-next-day” feeling by participating in quality programming that offers them the tools needed to become successful leaders in their communities. As my retirement approaches, I'm overwhelmed with pride. The evolution of our girls into women of courage, confidence, and character brings joy into every part of my life. I ask that you share the Girl Scout message with a friend, co-worker, classmate or family member and ask them to support the girls of central Indiana by participating in Girl Scouts. Invite them to make a difference in a girl's life and to get involved by visiting girlscoutsindiana.org. Although my career is nearly finished, there will always be girls with a desire to lead and make a positive impact on our world. We must encourage and provide them with the tools necessary to succeed and follow their dreams. The world needs more G.I.R.L.s! Thank you for your time and devotion to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana. Warmest regards,

Deborah Hearn Smith Chief Executive Officer girlscoutsindiana.org

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Your Girl Scout Adventure begins NO W! Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Showcase locations Bloomington, Columbus, Daleville, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lafayette, Richmond and Terre Haute Created by Joris Hoogendoorn from the Noun Project

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There are 2 ways to get started: Starter Kits - We build it for you

Essential Kits - Build it yourself

Each kit contains everything you need for a great year in Girl Scouts. We have eliminated the guess-work and included:

A Girl Scout can still receive a FREE BAG after her first year, each level, by purchasing the Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting, Skill Building sets or a Journey book plus Girl Scout branded clothing and/or merchandise, up to a total purchase of $50.

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The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting American flag patch Council ID set Insignia tab World Trefoil pin Age level membership pin

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Each starter bag includes the basic items every girl needs to continue her Girl Scout Journey!

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Girl Scout Junior

Girl Scout Cadette

Girl Scout Senior

Girl Scout Ambassador

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Daisy Pin (optional)

Brownie Pin (optional)

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Troop Numbers (4)

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The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting

The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting

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Tunic: $65.25 Vest: $67.25

Sash: $53.25 Vest: $65.75

Sash: $54.75 Vest: $67.25

Sash: $53.25 Vest: 70.25

Sash: $53.25 Vest: 70.25

Sash: $53.25 Vest: 70.25

Price based on 4-digit troop number. Deduct $1.75 per number if fewer digits are needed.

For uniform guidelines and where to place insignia, visit girlscoutsindiana.org. girlscoutsindiana.org

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LADDEr of LEADErShip As Girl Scouts take journeys and earn the awards, they’re climbing a ladder that lets them be leaders in their own lives and in the world! Pass it on!

Ambassadors raise their voices to advocate for issues they care about.

Girls move dreams forward! Girls use sisterhood to better themselves and the world!

Seniors have a vision and lead the world closer to it.

Cadettes develop the relationship skills they need to be leaders in their lives and in the world.

Juniors learn that leaders need power—their own, their team’s, and their community’s.

Brownies go on a quest to find the three keys to leadership.

Ambassadors learn that leaders aim for justice.

Girls put the ME in media.

Cadettes become leaders in clearing the air!

Girls try on roles and realize their opportunities in life are limitless.

Juniors bring energy solutions to their lives and the world.

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Brownies take the lead in saving Earth’s water.

Girls explore their place in the wide world of girls.

Girls learn they can care for animals and themselves. Daisies learn that leadership blossoms in the garden.

Seniors find out how their leadership can benefit Earth.

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Super Troop Super Troop begins August 1 and ends June 30. Super Troop criteria (must complete eight of the below) The * items must be completed: •

* Participate in Early Bird, or for new troops, 80 percent of troop registered by October.

* Create a year plan in the Volunteer Toolkit.

Participate in the Fall Product Program with a troop sale average 25 percent higher than council average (2015-2016 council average is $685 sold per participating troop-to qualify, troops would need to sell at least $856).

Participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program with a troop per girl sales average 25 percent higher than council average (2015-2016 council average is 182 packages sold per girl, to qualify troops would need to have a per girl average of 227 packages).

* Help increase girl or adult membership. Do one of the following: •

Add two girls to your troop.

Recruit a new leader or other adult volunteer.

Help at a membership recruitment event.

Attend four service unit meetings or events.

Attend one council program or troop camp at a council facility overnight.

80 percent of families in your troop make a donation to the council’s giving campaign. •

Visit girlscoutsindiana.org to make your gift.

Complete a Journey and submit a photo of your Take Action project with your Super Troop report.

Attend one adult learning opportunity: •

Core learning opportunity or enrichment learning opportunity

Submit Troop Annual Report using the Volunteer Toolkit no later than July 1.

Super Troop incentives •

Certificate of authorization to purchase the Super Troop patch at your local Showcase

Acknowledgement in council eNews and on our council's Facebook page

Coupon booklet: •

Two 10 percent discounts at Showcase up to $200 purchase

Super Troop T-shirt for entire registered troop and two adult T-shirts *additional adult T-shirts can be purchased for $8

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Super Troop report (must be submitted by July 1) Troop number: ___________ Contact name:____________________________________ Address: ________________________________ City: ____________________________ ZIP code: ___________________ Phone number: (___________)___________________ Email: ___________________________________ Service unit:______________________ Service center location for T-shirt pick up:_______________________________________ Place your T-shirt order. Tally the total number of each size: Youth S:_____ YM: _____ YL: _____ Adult S: ______ M: ______ L: ______ XL: ______ XXL: ______ XXXL: ______ XXXXL: ______ Place you patch order. Total patches: __________ Step 1: Check the eight activities your troop accomplished. The * items must be completed: •

* Participated in Early Bird if a returning troop.

* Created a year plan in the Volunteer Toolkit.

Participated in the Fall Product Program with a troop sale average 25 percent higher than council average (2015-2016 council average is $685 sold per participating troop-to qualify troops would sell at least $856).

Participated in the Girl Scout Cookie Program with a troop per girl sales average 25 percent higher than council average (2015-2016 council average is 182 packages sold per girl-to qualify troops would have a per girl average of 227).

* Helped increase girl or adult membership by doing one of the following: •

Added two girls to your troop.

Recruited a new leader or adult volunteer.

Recruited a new volunteer to assist in a council event.

Helped at a memberrship recruitment event.

Attended four service unit meetings or events.

Attended one Council activity/event or troop camp at a council facility overnight.

80 percent of families in your troop made a donation to the council’s giving campaign.

ompleted a journey and submitted a photo of your Take Action project with your Super Troop C report.

Attended one adult learning opportunity:

Training attended: ________________________________________ Date: _____________

* Submitted Troop Annual Report using the Volunteer Toolkit no later than July 1. Step 2: Include photo of your troop participating in their Take Action Project with this report. Submit this report with your photo to dkeely@girlscoutsindiana.org or mail to:

Attn: Diana Keely Girl Scouts of Central Indiana 7201 Girl Scout Lane • Indianapolis, IN 46214

Step 3: Go to your local service center to pick up your T-shirts. T-shirts will be ready for pick up after August 30.


Girl Scout Fall Product Program Explore Your Dreams...Unearth Your Future Beginning October 1, 2017: • We have exciting new partners for the Fall Product Program this year! M2 Media joins us as our magazine vendor while Trophy Nut will provide our nut and candy items. We are so excited to announce our collaboration with these vendors and to provide an awesome 2017 Fall Product Program.

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New person • Girl Scouts will register to participate in the Fall Product Program through the M2 Media patch with your portal. Upon registering, girls will be invited to create their own avatar to look just like them. This avatar can then be included in emails to invite friends and family to purchase name and avatar. magazines, nuts, and candy or donate $5 to our Food Pantry Project to help feed those in need. Additional items to dress your avatar in will also be available with completion of requested steps. • Magazine sales are all done online through M2 Media Portal. No need to submit paper magazine orders or collect for subscriptions. • Some new nut and candy items are Peppermint Bark in a cute holiday tin (makes great gifts!); S’mores mix; and, Chocolate Covered Almonds. Yum! • Help support your Girl Scout troop and your council.

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• Rewards are easy to earn. Get 2 patches with your personally designed avatar. The first can be earned by sending 15 emails and creating an avatar. The second unique avatar patch is earned by participating in the 2018 Cookie Program and selling 250 packages of cookies.

Contact your service unit manager or the Product Sales Department office (877.474.2249) to find out when materials will be available in your area!

2017 dates By October 1

Troops receive materials and girls register to participate

October 14

Girl orders posted by girl/parent in the M2 Media Portal by 11:59 p.m.

October 17

Troop leader verifies orders are in the system, helping any parents and girls place orders they were unable to post

October 19

Have all money for order in the bank and schedule troop's order payment through online Payer Express system

November 13-16

Nuts, candy, and girl rewards picked up and delivered to customers

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Program activity descriptions

How to use this guide Through Girl Scouting, you can do anything! The activities in this guide are designed to help you try new things. Use theses tips and tricks to help you and your troop plan for a year of fun and adventure.

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Look through the guide on your own, selecting program activities that interest you.

You don’t have to attend all program events with your troop. Many of the events are perfect for you to attend on their own. Highlight or sticky note programs you are interested in, and share these opportunities with your parents or caregivers.

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Create your plan for the year on your own and with your troop.

You can also find out more about special Girl Scout dates, program ideas and receive additional support by following us on social media.

@girlscoutsIN Join the conversation! @girlscoutsIN

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Discuss which Girl Scout Journeys and badges you and your troop are interested in earning.

If you are a Girl Scout in grade 5 or above, you may want to create a longer term plan to help you earn higher awards. Use the Ladder of Leadership on page 6, along with your Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting to help you make decisions.

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Look for program activities that compliment your troop's plan.

If you see a badge icon-like this one-in an activity description, you will earn a badge in this activity. If you don’t see one, that doesn’t mean that you can’t make a connection yourself, and use the skills you learn towards a badge.

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Create a budget for the year that matches your troop's plan.

Check out page 9 for more information on the Fall Product Sale Program. Use the money you earn to pay for all that you do in Girl Scouting; from fun program activities to paying for your annual membership.

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Register for fun program activities!

For council-sponsored events, check out page 11 for registration procedures. For community sponsored events, see the event description for details. Register quickly to reserve your spot!

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Attend the activities you and your troop register for and debrief afterwards.

As a troop or on your own, reflect on your experience, and use your observations to make decisions about future events. Share your photos with us on social media-we love seeing you and your troop participating in fun adventures!


Activities registration procedures Registration closes two weeks prior to each event or when the event is full, unless otherwise noted for all council sponsored activities. Each troop is responsible for providing enough adults to meet Safety-Wise ratios. Girls registering individually should be accompanied by an adult. Only registered Girl Scouts may participate in council activities unless otherwise specified in the program description. At times, the number of adults able to attend will be limited to the Girl Scout Safety-Wise adult-to-girl ratio. Due to limited space, non-Girl Scout siblings/friends (tag-a-longs) are not permitted unless specified by program description.

Register online Visit girlscoutsindiana.org to register for each activity.

From there, you will register on E Council: • Pop-up blockers will prevent the registration form from appearing. Disable your pop-up blocker to register. • Make sure all names and addresses are entered correctly. • Once your registration has been submitted, you will see a pop-up window that tells you your registration has been successfully completed. This means that your registration has been submitted; it does not mean you are automatically accepted for the event. After the placement date, you will receive correspondence from the council indicating whether or not you have been selected to attend. • Confirmations will be sent to email address submitted with event registration.

Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

August 8 Registration opens at 9 a.m. Refund policy Cancellations must be received in writing 15 days before event to receive a refund. No refunds will be issued for any purchase less than $5.

Registration policy All participants must be registered in advance. You may register by mail, fax or online. All registrations must be accompanied by payment in full unless otherwise indicated. Registration can be mailed at any time and will be accepted for any event that is not filled to capacity.

Program Department contact information The description for each program event lists the name and phone number of the staff member who is managing that activity: South region 317.924.6834 dkeely@girlscoutsindiana.org Deb Thomas • North region 317.924.6857 dthomas@girlscoutsindiana.org Jaime Hubbard • STEM and higher awards 317.924.6859 jhubbard@girlscoutsindiana.org Diana Keely • Director of program 317.924.6856 dkeely@girlscoutsindiana.org Barbara Nichols • Outdoor program 317.924.6864 bnichols@girlscoutsindiana.org Kendra Nowell • Central region 317.924.6811 knowell@girlscoutsindiana.org Katie Wahlstrom • Math and Science Center 317.924.6809 kwahlstrom@girlscoutsindiana.org

Register by fax Send the completed form to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346 Register at girlscoutsindiana.org | See page 101

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Program activities by level

program activities What Daisies Do • Grades: K-1 Don’t we all wish we could look at the world through a Girl Scout Daisy’s eyes? Everything they do—from planting a garden to putting on a skit to proudly adding that first petal to their vest—sparkles with that "first time ever" newness! Along the way, they’ll use their Daisy exuberance to help others—and they’ll never forget how that feels. Every Daisy meeting is an adventure filled with giggles, energy and excitement.

3 Cheers for Animals

Girl Scout Hayride Night

Apple Picking at Anderson Orchard

Going to the Dog Show

Art in the Outdoors Barbie Be Anything Do Everything at the Science Center Birds of Prey Black Hat Bash Black Hat Dash Bubble Fest Bug Fest Celebrate Science Indiana Cookies & Canvas Cookies & Canvas: Spooktacular! Cookies & Canvas: Winter Wonderland! Creepy Arts and Crafts CYT's Angry Jurors CYT's James and the Giant Peach Daisy Between Earth and Sky Journey

Holiday Nature Crafts Holiday Ornament Painting Holiday Sing Indiana University Soccer Game Indiana University Volleyball Match IU Science Fest 2017 Louise Loves Art Me & My Gal Self Defense Meet Goldie Musical Petting Zoo Nature Creatures Not Just Popcorn Nutcracker Dance Workshop Pinocchio Ponies & Pampering Shining Stars Improv Silly Safaris: Daisies

Daisy Troop Camping Badge

Spooky Science at the Museum

Day of the Dead

Tough Cookie Run Cook- Out

Fall Pottery Painting

Tough Cookie Run

Feast of the Hunter's Moon

Tough Cookie Run Volunteers

Feast with the Witches


program activities What Brownies Do • Grades: 2-3 Girl Scout Brownies are ready to take on the world! They want to learn new things and show off what they know. They want to explore the world and meet new people. They get to do all these things and more in Girl Scouts: take that first hike in the great outdoors, visit a science museum, band together as a mighty Brownie team to sell cookies—and use some of the money to help others. Life is good when you’re a Brownie!

A Pledge is A Promise

Fabulous Flower Collage

Rock Climbing

Apple Picking at Anderson Orchard

Fall Colors Hike

Sherlock Science Beginner at Wonderlab

Adorable Animal Pendants

Fall in love with Nature

Shining Stars Improv

Aerial Dance

Fall Pottery Painting

Silly Safaris: Pets Badge

Animal Habitats at Trevlac Bluffs

Feast of the Hunter's Moon

Animal Habitats in our Camp

Feast with the Witches

Society of Women Engineers Girl Scout Day at Purdue University

Archeology and the Mystery of the Mounds

Foil Art

Art in the Outdoors

Fun with Tech: Little Bits

Barbie Be Anything Do Everything at the Science Center

Geocaching Outing

Beautiful Butterflies Birds of Prey Black Hat Bash Black Hat Dash Brownie Outdoor Adventurer Badge Brownie Senses Badge Bubble Fest Bug Fest Bugs Badge for Brownies Butterflies On Canvas Cats on Canvas Celebrate Science Indiana Challenge Accepted Cheer Impact Cookies & Canvas Cookies & Canvas: Spooktacular! Cookies & Canvas: Winter Wonderland! Create Digital Art with Fresh Paint Creepy Arts and Crafts CYT's Angry Jurors CYT's James and the Giant Peach Day of the Dead Everyday Inventions Explore the World of Theatre Explosion Inc Extreme SETM Careers: Behind the Blood

Girl Scout Hayride Night Going to the Dog Show Hiker Badge Hiking at Trevlac Bluffs Holiday Nature Crafts Holiday Ornament Painting Holiday Sing Household Elf Indiana University Soccer Game

Spooky Science Spooky Science at the Museum Super Cookies! Superhero Science Taco Tuesday Tech-xpert Young at Wonderlab Tough Cookie Run Cook- Out Tough Cookie Run Tough Cookie Run Volunteers Trefoil and Heart String

Whoooo's For Lunch Winter is for the Birds!

Indiana University Volleyball Match

IU Science Fest 2017 Let's Play with Science Louise Loves Art Maple Mania Me & My Gal Self Defense Meet Goldie

Minecraft Build Challenge Musical Petting Zoo Nature Creatures Not Just Popcorn Nutcracker Dance Workshop Ornaments in Clay Outdoor Art Pinocchio Pioneer Girl's Life Pioneer Holiday Tradition's Ponies & Pampering Register at girlscoutsindiana.org

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program activities What Juniors Do • Grades: 4-5 Want to meet a real-life superhero? Just talk to a Girl Scout Junior who wakes up every day ready to play a new role. They are explorers when they go camping for the first time. They're CEOs when they market and sell cookies. They're scientists when they do energy audits and go on nature walks. And they're product designers and writers when they earn their Innovation and Storytelling badges. Not to mention change makers, big-idea thinkers, and future leaders. Superhero, indeed!

Adorable Animal Pendants

Blood

Pinocchio

Aerial Dance

Fabulous Flower Collage

Pioneer Girl's Life

Animal Habitats at Trevlac Bluffs

Fall Colors Hike

Pioneer Holiday Tradition's

Animal Habitats Badge

Fall in love with Nature

Ponies & Pampering

Animal Habitats Outdoor Workshop

Fall Pottery Painting

Rock Climbing

Animal Habitats Overnight

Feast of the Hunter's Moon

Savvy Citizen

Animals in our Camp

Feast with the Witches

Scribe Writing Circle

Apple Picking at Anderson Orchard

Flowers Badge at Garfield Conservatory

Archeology and the Mystery of the Mounds

Flowers with Friends

Sherlock Science Beginner at Wonderlab

Art in the Outdoors Beautiful Butterflies Birds of Prey Black Hat Bash Black Hat Dash Bring on the Bronze Classroom Bring on the Bronze Webinar Bubble Fest for Juniors Bug Fest Bug Fest Volunteers Butterflies On Canvas

Cats on Canvas Celebrate Science Indiana Challenge Accepted Cheer Impact Coming to America Cookies & Canvas Cookies & Canvas: Spooktacular! Cookies & Canvas: Winter Wonderland! Create Digital Art with Fresh Paint Creepy Arts and Crafts Critter Crazy CYT's Angry Jurors CYT's James and the Giant Peach Day of the Dead Discover Scuba Explore the World of Theatre Explosion Inc Extreme SETM Careers: Behind the

Foil Art

Shining Stars Improv

Fun with Tech: Scratch

Society of Women Engineers Girl Scout Day at Purdue University

Geocaching for Juniors

Spooky Science

Geocaching Outing

Spooky Science at the Museum

Girl Scout Hayride Night

Subaru STEM Day

Glass Ornament Fusing

Super Cookies!

Going to the Dog Show

Superhero Science

Hiking at Trevlac Bluffs

Taco Tuesday

Holiday Nature Crafts

Take Aim for Archery

Holiday Ornament Painting

Tech-xpert Young at Wonderlab

Holiday Sing

Tough Cookie Run Cook- Out

Holler Hoppin' Zip Lines

Tough Cookie Run

I've Got the Music in Me!

Tough Cookie Run Volunteers

Indiana University Soccer Game

Trefoil and Heart String

Indiana University Volleyball Match

Whoooo's For Lunch

Innovations 2.0

Wild About Animals

IU Science Fest 2017

Winter is for the Birds!

Juniors Get into Gardening

YouthSpark: Hour Code

Let Women Fly! Lock-In at the Recreation Annex Louise Loves Art Maple Mania Me & My Gal Self Defense

Minecraft Build Challenge Nature Creatures

Not Just Popcorn Nutcracker Dance Workshop Ornaments in Clay Outdoor Art


program activities What Cadettes Do • Grades: 6-8 Making true-blue friends, saving the planet, standing up against stereotypes, using their team power for the greater good—that’s what being a Girl Scout Cadette is all about. They blaze new trails in the wilderness, write and direct their own movies, take the stage for public speaking, make delicious meals from around the world, and pick up tools to do some woodworking. Their curiosity and imagination lead the way as they try all kinds of new experiences.

2017 CSA Round Up "Musical Revue"

Geocaching Outing

Rock Climbing

Animal Habitats at Trevlac Bluffs

Girl Scout Getaways

Science of Fashion

Apple Picking at Anderson Orchard

Girl Scout Hayride Night

Sherlock Science Pro at Wonderlab

Archeology and the Mystery of the Mounds

Glass Ornament Fusing

Shining Stars Improv

Going to the Dog Show

Society of Women Engineers Girl Scout Day at Purdue University

Art in the Outdoors Birds of Prey Black Hat Bash Black Hat Dash Bubble Soccer Frenzy Bug Fest Bug Fest Volunteers Career Cruisin’ Celebrate Science Indiana Cookies & Canvas Cookies & Canvas: Spooktacular! Cookies & Canvas: Winter Wonderland! Create Digital Art with Fresh Paint CYT's Angry Jurors CYT's James and the Giant Peach Day of the Dead Discover Scuba Expanding Your Horizons Explosion Inc Fall Colors Hike Fall in love with Nature Fall Pottery Painting Feast of the Hunter's Moon Fun with Tech: UX

Fly Your Way to Fitness Holiday Nature Crafts Holiday Ornament Painting Holiday Sing Holler Hoppin' Zip Lines Indiana University Soccer Game Indiana University Volleyball Match Iron Science Chef at Wonderlab IU Science Fest 2017 Let Women Fly! Let's Travel! Destination Trips Lock-In at the Recreation Annex Me & My Gal Self Defense

"Meet Goldie Program Aide Volunteers Needed"

Spooky Science at the Museum Striving for Sliver Classroom Striving for Sliver Webinar Subaru STEM Day Take Aim for Archery Tech-xpert Advanced at Wonderlab Tough Cookie Run Cook- Out Tough Cookie Run Tough Cookie Run Volunteers Trees Whoooo's For Lunch Wild About Animals Winter is for the Birds! YouthSpark: Hour Code

Minecraft Build Challenge Not Just Popcorn Outdoor Art Outdoor Volunteers Pinocchio Pioneer Girl's Life Pioneer Holiday Tradition's Program Aide Public Speaking

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program activities What Seniors Do Grades: 9-10

What Ambassadors Do Grades: 11-12

Girl Scout Seniors are ready to take the world by storm— and Girl Scouts will give them millions of ways to do it. Whether it’s enhancing school-based activities or helping girls make the most of community involvement, the opportunities open to Girl Scout Seniors are virtually unlimited! They are eager to spread their wings—and Girl Scouts helps them take flight.

With a wider world comes even more opportunities— and Girl Scout Ambassadors make the most of every chance they get to improve themselve and their world. But whatever path she chooses, they take action to make a lasting positive impact on their school, their community, their world—and themselves. Their future is bright—and Girl Scout Ambassadors are ready to shine!

2017 CSA Round Up "Musical Revue"

Girl Scout Getaways

Subaru STEM Day

Apple Picking at Anderson Orchard

Girl Scout Hayride Night

Tech-xpert Advanced at Wonderlab

Archeology and the Mystery of the Mounds

Glass Ornament Fusing

Tough Cookie Run Cook- Out

Going for the Gold Classroom

Tough Cookie Run

Going for the Gold Webinar

Tough Cookie Run Volunteers

Going to the Dog Show

VIT Pin

Holiday Ornament Painting

Whoooo's For Lunch

Holiday Sing

Wild About Animals

Holler Hoppin' Zip Lines

Winter is for the Birds!

Indiana University Soccer Game

YouthSpark: Hour Code

Art in the Outdoors Birds of Prey Black Hat Bash Black Hat Dash Bubble Soccer Frenzy Bug Fest Bug Fest Volunteers Career Cruisin’ Celebrate Science Indiana Cookies & Canvas Cookies & Canvas: Spooktacular! Cookies & Canvas: Winter Wonderland! Create Digital Art with Fresh Paint CYT's Angry Jurors CYT's James and the Giant Peach Day of the Dead Digi Girlz Discover Scuba Fall Colors Hike Fall in love with Nature Fall Pottery Painting Feast of the Hunter's Moon Fly Your Way to Fitness Fun with Tech: UX Geocaching Outing

Indiana University Volleyball Match IU Science Fest 2017 Let's Travel! Destination Trips Lock-In at the Recreation Annex Me & My Gal Self Defense

"Meet Goldie Program Aide Volunteers Needed" Minecraft Build Challenge Not Just Popcorn Novelist Know-How's Outdoor Volunteers Pinocchio Pioneer Girl's Life Pioneer Holiday Tradition's Rock Climbing Science of Fashion Senior Paddling Shining Stars Improv Spooky Science


3000+ Cookie Sellers

Autum Troop 1720

3,032 Boxes Sold

Meet the cover girls! This past cookie season they were the highest cookie sellers in our council. Using the 5 Skills, these girls rocked cookie sales! Can you say #cookieboss? Register at girlscoutsindiana.org

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Cara

Courtlyn

Troop 20242

Troop 3134

3,281 Packages Sold

3,203 Packages Sold

Brianna

Kilyn

Troop 3694

Troop 298

3,028 Packages Sold

3,021 Packages Sold


Christina

Liz

Troop 1890

Troop 198

3,000 Packages Sold

5,000 Packages Sold

Lilly Troop 2806

3,007 Packages Sold Register at girlscoutsindiana.org | See page 101

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Patch programs Patch programs are a great way to explore a wide variety of topics. Detailed booklets describing the requirements for each patch are available below.

Camp Adventure Grades: All Office Code: 2056

Do you know our council has five camps? Explore them all and earn the Camp Adventure patch. It is divided into five sections, and after you visit and complete the requirements for a

Sun Safety Grades: All Your skin is your body’s coat. It protects you from cold and heat. It keeps your insides in and the bad stuff—like germs—out. It’s important to take care of your skin by protecting it from harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and indoor tanning beds. Over exposure to UV can cause skin cancer, the most prevalent cancer in America. Because sun safety is so important, we have

camp, you may purchase that camp's section of the patch. Wear the sections separately, or as you complete each section, piece them together to form the Camp Adventure patch. Note: Before visiting any of the council camps, fill out a facilities reservation form or reserve online. Patches are available for purchase at your local Girl Scout Showcase. Patch is $0.85 and sections are $1.25. Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

teamed up with Outrun the Sun to bring you a new Sun Safety patch. Earn this special patch by being a sun safety ambassador. Learn ways of protecting your skin and also teach others through hands-on activities and social media! Register: girlscoutsindiana.org Note: Fee includes the patch and a UV wristband that turns color when exposed to sunlight. Cost: $1/girl • $1/adult Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864


Free Being Me

Strong Girls Healthy Meeting

Grades: All

Grades: All

Strong body confidence is an important step towards building self-esteem, empowering the leaders of tomorrow. But, all over the world, girls list the way they look as a top concern and feel pressure to fit in with society’s image of beauty shown in the media and idealized by their peers.

Make your troop meetings more healthy and engaging. The Strong Girls Healthy Meeting program is a simple and fun. Learn how to work together as a troop to adopt healthy meeting practices now and into the future. Do fun activities to encourage water over sugary beverages, fruits and vegetables as snacks, and fun ways to get moving. Join thousands of Strong Girls across the country by helping your troop reach their full potential by reinforcing healthy habits!

Free Being Me addresses this issue directly, helping you to support your group to become more body confident, and not let concerns about your appearance hold you back from becoming active, responsible and confident citizens of the world. · Register: free-being-me.com Note: Free Being Me patches are available when you have completed the Free Being Me activities and a Take Action project. Patches are complimentary and available at your local Girl Scout Showcase (while supplies last).

Register: girlscoutsindiana.org This is a 12-week program you can do on your own or with your troop! Cost: $2/girl • $2/adult Contact: Diana Keely • 317.924.6856

Free Contact: Diana Keely • 317.924.6856

Jump IN for Healthy Children Grades: All Take the 12 week challenge with us to earn a fun patch! Learn about healthy foods, increase your physical activity and embrace healthy habits in your life! Register: girlscoutsindiana.org This is a 12-week program you can do on your own or with your troop! Cost: $2/girl • $2/adult Contact: Diana Keely • 317.924.6856 Register at girlscoutsindiana.org Register at girlscoutsindiana.org | See page 108

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Program activity descriptions Council program activities conducted at council program sites are listed below. These council sites are funded by proceeds from the Girl Scout Cookie Program, donations from individuals, foundations, and corporations, along with contributions from United Ways and United Funds. Adult fees are used to maximize opportunities for girl participation.

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Some activities offer a badge when you complete the program activity. How cool is that?

Add some bling to your sash or vest. Because a girl can never have too many patches!

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Share a photo with us! Tweet us about your big adventure or new discovery!

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2017 CSA Round Up "Musical Revue" Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

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3 Cheers for Animals and Outdoor Fundamentals

Office Code: 2056

Grades: K, 1

Anything goes at the 2017 Musical Revue CSA Roundup! This year's theme is all about musicals; from Broadway classics like Phantom of the Opera, to Disney's TV sensation High School Musical, you're in for a in a Do-Re-Mi-raculously good time. Test your outdoor cooking skills at the bake-off, laugh at a variety show, unleash your creativity during craft sessions, and make a troop presentation. Get ready for big adventures and awesome activities, like archery, hiking, yoga, and canoeing.

Office Code: 2056

Note: Fee includes all activities and fun patch. Girls and adults are responsible for all meals except Saturday dinner. Each troop receives a detailed information packet upon registration. Check in begins Friday at 3 p.m.

This symbol notes that there is a social media component to the program activity.

Caring for animals is fun and important- just like caring for you! Get ready to explore the animals at our camp to see all the ways to keep animals safe and happy. Troop leaders can take the Outdoor Fundamentals session to learn about the progression of outdoor activities. Learn about reserving council properties, what to pack, and safety precautions. $6/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 24 • noon-1:30 p.m. Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

$18/girl • $18/adult Nov 3 • Check in at 3 p.m. Check out at noon. Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Road, Morgantown

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Register at girlscoutsindiana.org

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3 Cheers for Animals at the Indianapolis Zoo

A Pledge and A Promise

Grades: K, 1

Office Code: 2050

Office Code: 2050

Enjoy the Indianapolis Zoo while creating lasting memories with other Girl Scouts. Zoo staff will lead activities and tours of the zoo grounds to gather experiences assosciated with the 3 Cheers for Animals Journey. You don't want to miss this exclusive opportunity. $25/girl • $10/adult Sep 24 • 1-4 p.m. Indianapolis Zoo 1200 West Washington St, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Grades: 2, 3 Show us how you will you make a difference in your home, school, or community to make our country a better place to live! Indiana’s President, Benjamin Harrison, had the Pledge of Allegiance written in 1892. A pledge, like a star on our flag, is something small that means something much bigger. We all want to be someone who others trust, and one act of kindness can make a difference. What promises will you keep, starting today? Take home your poster and a handheld flag. After the program, see the first floor of the President’s mansion. $6/girl • $8/adult Session A: Sep 16 • 10:00 a.m.-noon Session B: Oct 7 • 10:00 a.m.-noon Session C: Nov 18 • 10:00 a.m.-noon Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site 1230 N Delaware St, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811 Inside Government badge

Make new friends, but keep the old. Register for any program activity with your troop or on your own. girlscoutsindiana.org

Adorable Animal Pendants Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Create custom pendant necklaces inspired by your favorite animal! We’ll be using Shrinky Dink plastic and permanent markers to create these wearable works of art! These perfect pendants can also be used for keychains or zipper-pulls! $11/girl • $ 2/adult Session A: Nov 18 • 9:30-10:30 a.m. Session B: Sep 20 • 10:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Session C: Sep 22 • 12:45-1:45 p.m. Session D: Sep 23 • 2-3 p.m. Ten West Center for the Arts, Fortville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317. 924.6811


Aerial Dance

Session D: Nov 7 • 4-5:30 p.m.

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Eagle Creek Park 6515 Delong Rd, Indianapolis

Office Code: 2052

Fly your way to a Dancer badge on aerial silks. You'll learn a cirque-style warm up, spin and invert on the silks, and develop your own aerial choreography. First-time aerialists welcome! Note: Please come prepared to sweat, and wearing tight-fitting clothing (i.e. leggings and workout shirt). $13/girl • $2/adult Sep 16 • 3-4:30 p.m. Twin Lakes Recreation Center 1700 W Bloomfield Rd, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Dancer

Session E: Nov 7 • 4-5:30 p.m. Session F: Oct 21 • 11-12:30 p.m. Forest Park Lodge Basement 701 Cicero Rd. Noblesville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Animal Habitats badge

Animal Habitats Outdoor Workshop Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2056

You will find out about wild animals by visiting a nature preserve and investigate animal habitats by searching for animal tracks. Create an animal house and explore endangered habitats and learn how this nature preserve protects them.

Animal Habitats at Trevlac Bluffs

$3/girl • $2/adult

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Nov 4 • 9 a.m.

Office Code: 2056

From the tops of trees to rotten logs, animal habitats are everywhere! Take a guided tour of Trevlac Bluffs' 100+ acres of forested wetlands. Explore a mature upland forest with trees three feet in diameter and a large pond filled with animal and plant life.

Schramm Nature Preserve 1570 S 600 W, New Palestine Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Animal Habitats badge

$3/girl • $3/adult

Animals Everywhere Overnight

Date

Grades: 4, 5

Trevlac Bluffs Nature Preserve 4625 SR 45, Nashville

Office Code: 3125

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Animal Habitats badge

Animal Habitats Badge Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2056

Find out about local wild animals by investigating their habitats, and do something to help the animals in their habitats. $7/girl • $2/adult Session A: Sep 17 • 3-5 p.m. Southeastway Park 5624 S. Carroll Rd, New Palestine

Do you love animals? Then come for a hands-on look at different kinds of animals and their habitats. On Saturday morning, Silly Safaris will be sending out a Funologists to lead an interactive animal show. This will be a very high-energy show, so be ready to have fun learning about animals and their habitats! Earn your Animal Habitats badge while having an overnight with your friends. Note: Fee includes program, a light breakfast and badge. Bring a snack to share. $16/girl • $3/adult Nov 3-4 • 7 p.m.-10 a.m. Math and Science Center, Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809 Animal Habitats badge

Session B: Sep 28 • 4-5:30 p.m. Session C: Oct 26 • 4-5:30 p.m.

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Animal Habitats in our Camp and Outdoor Fundamentals

$7/girl • $7/adult

Grades: 4, 5

Anderson Orchard 369 E Greencastle Road, Mooresville

Office Code: 2054

Caring for animals is fun and important- just like caring for you! Get ready to explore the animals at our camp to see all the ways to keep animals safe and happy. Troop leaders can take the Outdoor Fundamentals session to learn about the progression of outdoor activities. Learn about reserving council properties, what to pack, and safety precautions. $5/girl • $1/adult Sep 24 • noon-1:30 p.m. for Daisy's Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Animal Habitats badge

Sep 23 • 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Archaeology and the Mystery of the Mounds Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

Join the naturalist and learn more about the science of archaeology and we know about the people of the past. Learn about how the Native Americans that lived here 2,000 years ago used their environment and why they build the mounds. $3/girl • $3/adult Sep 24 • 1 p.m.

Animals in our Camp and Outdoor Enrichment

Mounds State Park 4603 Mounds Road, Anderson

Grades 2, 3

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Code: 2056

Caring for animals is fun and important- just like caring for you! Get ready to explore the animals at our camp to see all the ways to keep animals safe and happy. Troop leaders can take the Outdoor Enrichment course for Girl-Led camping preparation. Please make sure there is another adult to stay with the girls. $5/girl • $1/adult Sep 24 • 2-3:30 p.m. Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Animal Habitats badge

Apple Picking at Anderson Orchard Grades: Family Office Code: 2052

Join us at Anderson Orchard to celebrate the arrival of Fall by learning how the orchard operates, picking apples, and visiting the barn store to buy some yummy treats! Note: Price includes a half-peck bag of apples to take home, a cider slush, and a fun patch.

Animal Habitats badge

Art in the Outdoors and Outdoor Fundamentals Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

As an artist, you can walk outside and see colors, shapes, and ideas for things you want to create. Find out how you can make your own art outdoors and have fun doing it! Let Nature be your inspiration as you explore, create and design different kinds of art. Each age level of Girl Scouts will earn their badge for Outdoors in Art. Daisies will earn Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden. Troop leaders will be able to take the Outdoor Fundamental training to learn about progression in outdoor activities. Please make sure to have another adult to stay with the girls. $7/girl • $2/adult Oct 22 • 1-5 p.m. Camp Ada 4731 W. CR 600 S. Spiceland Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864


Athletic Gymnast Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2054

Being a gymnast takes a lot of hard work, dedication and practice. Learn the basics of gymnastics from the staff at InterActive Academy. You will flip over the fun they get to have during practices. $25/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 23 • 4-8 p.m. Grades 2, 3, 4 • Dancer Session B: Feb 4 • 2-6 p.m. Grades 2, 3, 4 • My Best Self Session C: Sep 23 • 4-8 p.m. Grades 4, 5 • Staying Fit Session D: Feb 4 • 2-6 p.m. Grades 4, 5 • Practice with Purpose

Beautiful Butterflies Grades: 2,3,4,5 Office Code: 3125

Come and investigate the world of a butterfly. Learn the fascinating facts about butterflies while you explore the Math and Science Center’s Butterfly Garden. Thanks to the Scout Abouts for keeping the garden looking great, we will be able to see exactly what plants butterflies like the best. Fly on in and join us for a scientific look into the world of a butterfly! Girls will receive a Butterfly patch. $5.50/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 26 • 5-6:30 p.m. Session B: Sep 27 • 5:30-7 p.m. Session C: Sep 28 • 6-7:30 p.m. Children’s Museum 3000 N Meridian St, Indianapolis Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

Session E: Sep 23 • 4-8 p.m. Grades 6, 7, 8 • Good Sportsmanship Session F: Feb 4 • 2-6 p.m. Grades 6, 7, 8 • Good Sportsmanship InterActive Academy 3795 S 421, Zionsville Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857 Between Earth and Sky Journey

Barbie Be Anything Do Everything at the Science Center Grades: K,1,2,3 Office Code: 3125

Birds of Prey Grades: All Office Code: 2056

Have you ever glared at a hawk up close or hooted like an owl? See birds of prey up close while learning about their individual behaviors, eating habits, conservation, and more. Examine their beaks, feet and other adaptations that make them successful birds of prey. Ornithology Center patch included. Gate fee is waived for participants. $6/girl • $2/adult

What do you want to be when you grow up? Dive into different careers as we focus on math and science. Practice your math skills while designing a new wardrobe for your doll, and see what it takes to be a vet. Girls will receive the Girl Scout Barbie Be Anything Do Everything Fun patch and activity book.

Session A: Sep 12 • 4-5 p.m.

$12/girl • $1/adult

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Session A: Dec 10 • 1-3 p.m. Session B: Dec 10 • 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Session B: Oct 10 • 4-5 p.m. Session C: Nov 16 • 4-5 p.m. Eagle Creek Park, Ornithology Center 6515 Delong Rd. Indianapolis

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Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

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Black Hat Dash Grades: Family Office Code: 2050

Lace up your running shoes! Witches, ghosts and goblins of all ages are invited to take part in the 4th annual Black Hat Dash at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, a sanctioned 5K/1-mile frightfully fun run and weirdly wonderful walk for the whole family! Dash the streets around the Children’s Museum…where you might cross paths with a werewolf or Bigfoot along the way! There will be tons of family fun, including a fa-BOO-lous costume contest with awards in four categories! It's your ticket to the Haunted House! Note: Pricing includes a t-shirt and ticket for Wicked Woods, the Children’s Museum Guild’s Haunted House, "Lights-On” or “Frightening” hours. $15/girl • $30/adult Oct 28 • 10-11:30 a.m. The Children's Museum 3000 N Meridian St Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

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There is only one insect that can turn its head — the praying mantis.

Black Hat Bash Grades: Family Office Code: 2050

This is one night at the Children’s Museum that you don’t want to miss! Get your costumes ready and head to the city’s biggest and best familyfriendly Halloween party featuring fa-BOO-lous food stations from area restaurants, beautifully batty beverages, dancing to tunes played by a DJ, a HUGE costume contest and runway show, and Lights-On or Frightening Tours of Wicked Woods, the Children’s Museum Guild’s Haunted House.

learn a camp skill. Finish off by doing something to care for the outdoors. $7/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 10 • 3-5 p.m. Southeastway Park 5624 S. Carroll Rd. New Palestine, Session B: Nov 5 • 1-5 p.m. Camp Na Wa Kwa 7865 E. CR 300 N. Poland Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Outdoor Adventurer badge

Bring on the Bronze Classroom Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2053

What is the highest award a Girl Scout Junior can earn? The Girl Scout Bronze Award! Learn how to achieve this high honor in this informational session and about each of the seven steps required on the journey toward the Girl Scout Bronze Award. Examine the differences between a service and a take action project. Prepare to take action; put together a check-list of the elements required to make your Girl Scout Bronze Award Take Action project a success. While this session is recommended for any girl interested in pursuing her Girl Scout Bronze Award, you are also encouraged to invite adult mentors (i.e. Girl Scout leader, parent, etc.) who will be supporting you during the process to attend this session. Note: This is the same training as the Bring on the Bronze Webinar. Registration closes one week prior to event. $4/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 17 • 12:30-2 p.m. Camp Ada 4731 W CR 600S, Spiceland

$20/girl • $30/adult

Session B: Sep 24 • 12:30-2 p.m.

Oct 7 • 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Girl Scouts Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

The Children's Museum 3000 N Meridian St Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Brownie Outdoor Adventurer Badge Grades: 2, 3 Office Code: 2056

Earn your Outdoor Adventurer badge by exploring nature in a new way, play a nature games and

Session C: Sep 30 • 9-10:30 a.m. Girl Scouts Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburgh Session D: Nov 5 • 12:30-2 p.m. Girl Scouts Service Center at Bloomington 1000 N Walnut St, Ste I, Bloomington Session E: Nov 12 • 12:30-2 p.m. Math and Science Center, Camp Dellwood


7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Session C: Oct 9 • 12-4 p.m.

Session F: Nov 19 • 12:30-2 p.m.

Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd. Morgantown

Girl Scouts Service Center at Kokomo 815 W Superior St, Kokomo Session G: Dec 2 • 9-10:30 a.m. Girl Scouts Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville Session H: Dec 10 • 12:30-2 p.m. Girl Scouts Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E. Lafayette Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Session D: Oct 16 • 12-4 p.m. Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd, Morgantown Session E: Oct 30 • 12-4 p.m. Camp Na Wa Kwa 7865 E CR 300 N, Poland Session F: Nov 13 • 12-4 p.m. Camp Sycamore Valley 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Bring on the Bronze Webinar

Outdoor Adventure badge

Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2053

Note: This is the same training as the Bring on the Bronze Classroom. All participants must have access to high speed Internet with either a speaker/ microphone or a telephone (preferably a speaker phone). Web cam not required. Registration closes one week prior to event. $2/girl • $1/adult Online Session A: Aug 30 • 5:30-7 p.m. Session B: Sep 28 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session C: Oct 17 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session D: Nov 15 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session E: Dec 14 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Brownie Senses Badge Grades: 2, 3 Office Code: 2056

Engage your senses through a self guided sensory tour of the tropical rainforest. we use smells, tastes, and more to explore the world around us. See how in tune your senses are while earning your "Senses" badge. $8/girl • $2/adult Session A: Sep 23 • 1:30-3 p.m. Forest Park Lodge Basement 701 Cicero Rd. Noblesville Session B: Oct 7 • 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Session F: Jan 23 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Garfield Park Conservatory and Gardens 2505 Conservatory Dr, Indianapolis

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Senses badge

Brownie Outdoor Adventure Badge Grades: 2, 3 Office Code: 2056

Earn the new Outdoor badge! Have fun participating in different activity stations. What a great and easy way to earn Girl Scouts' newest badge! $7/girl • $1/adult Session A: Aug 21 • 3-5 p.m. Southeastway Park 5624 S Carroll Rd, New Palestine Session B: Sep 11 • 12-4 p.m. Camp Dellwood 2301 N Girls School Rd, Indianapolis Register at girlscoutsindiana.org

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Bubble Soccer Frenzy

Bug Fest

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Grades: Family

Code: 2056

Code: 2056

Have you ever wished you could get inside a big squishy ball? Come play Bubble Soccer with us! Girls will get into our bubble balls and play a game of soccer, sharks and minnows, and last "Girls" standing in a way they have never experienced before! Bubble Soccer is not only fun, it teaches teamwork all while having a total blast! This will be a badge they will never forget!

The 24th annual celebration of Bugs! Participants will visit several "buggy" stations like Wondrous worms, a walk through a Butterfly Tent, Critter Crafts, Cricket Café, Aquatic Insects and lots more to receive a degree in Bugology. Please note there is a $5 per car fee. Brownie Girl Scouts can earn the Brownie Bugs badge by getting the requirements from the Girl Scout check in table.

$9/girl • $2/adult

$1/girl • Free/adult

Jan 19 • 6-8 p.m.

Aug 27 • 1-5 p.m.

Recreation Annex 300 N. 7th St., Noblesville

Southeastway Park 5624 S Carroll Rd, New Palestine

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

! Bubble Fest Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 3125

We're bubbling over with math and science! Stand inside a huge bubble, make big bubbles to measure, use different instruments to create bubbles, discover "walls" of bubbles, and more! Pop on in and enjoy the fun all while earning the Math and Science Center Bubble Fest Patch.

Bugs are the only group of invertebrates to have developed flight.

Bug Fest Volunteers Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Code: 2056

$5.50/girl • $1/adult

Bug Fest is a huge event and we need your help! Girl Scouts typically help out at the craft station and with punch cards. Please register to help us and you will have a great time! Car fee is waived if you volunteer.

Session A: Nov 30 • 4:30-5:45 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3

$1/ girl • Free/Adult

Session B: Nov 30 • 6:15-7:30 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3

Aug 27 • 1-5 p.m.

Session C: Dec 1 • 4:30-5:45 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3 Session D: Dec 1 • 6:15-7:30 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3

Southeastway Park 5624 S Carroll Rd, New Palestine

Session E: Dec 2 • 10-11:15 a.m. K, 1, 2, 3

Contact: Barb Nichols 317.924.6864

Session F: Dec 2 • 12-1:15 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3 Session G: Dec 3 • 1-2:15 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3 Session H: Dec 3 • 2:45-4 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3

Bugs Badge for Brownies

Session I: Dec 4 • 5-6:15 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3

Grades: 2, 3

Session J: Dec 2 • 2-3:15 p.m. 4, 5

Office Code: 2056

Session K: Dec 3 • 4:30-5:45 p.m. 4, 5 Math and Science Center, Camp Dellwood 7201 N Girls Scout Ln, Indianapolis

Whether they crawl, fly, or light up, it seems like bugs are everywhere! Learn all about creepy crawly bugs as we explore the garden and make a buggy craft.

Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

$6/girl • $2 /adult Sep 7 • 6:30-7:30 p.m. Garfield Park Conservatory and Gardens 2505 Conservatory Dr, Indianapolis Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Bugs badge


Butterflies On Canvas

Oct 15 • 1-5 p.m.

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Camp Sycamore Valley 8439 SR. 26 E. Lafayette

Office Code: 2050

Flutter on over to paint a beautiful butterfly! Students will learn fun color mixing techniques and will have a great time painting alongside their friends! We’ll be using acrylic paint on 5x7 canvas boards.

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Archery badge

Cardboard Creators

$11/girl • $2/adult

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Session A: Feb 10 • 9:30-10:45 a.m.

Office Code: 2056

Session B: Feb 10 • 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Session C: Feb 10 • 1-2:15 p.m. Session D: Feb 10 • 2:30-3:45 p.m. Ten West Center for the Arts 10 West Church St., Fortville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Think, design, build! Scouts will use problem solving skills and resourcefulness by creating arcade games using only cardboard materials. We will provide all of the recycled supplies, you just need to bring your thinking cap and creativity. $9/girl • $2 /adult Sep 23 • 9-10:30 a.m. Forest Park Lodge Basement 701 Cicero Rd. Noblesville

Cadette Archery Badge Grades: 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2056

Archery is an exciting sport! Spend an afternoon learning how to nock your arrow onto a bow, and aim to shoot at the target. Get ready to challenge yourself as you build your archery skills! $7/girl • $1 /adult Sep 24 • 1-3 p.m. Southeastway Park 5624 S Carroll Rd, New Palestine Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Archery badge

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Cardinals on Canvas Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Calling all painters! Come paint a stunning cardinal in the setting of a beautiful winter forest. These masterpieces make wonderful Christmas gifts for parents or grandparents! We’ll be using acrylic paint on 5x7 canvas boards. See you there! $11/girl • $2/adult Session A: Dec 2 • 9:30-10:45 a.m. Session B: Dec 2 • 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Session C: Dec 2 • 1-2:15 p.m.

Cadette Archery Badge and Outdoor Fundamentals Grades: 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2056

Session D: Dec 2 • 2:30-3:45 p.m. 10 West Center for the Arts 10 West Church St., Fortville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

This new badge teaches you all about archery and the skills needed to do this sport. Learn all about the equipment and safety at an archery range, shooting plus creating fun archery games. As the girls learn to shoot, troop leaders can take the Outdoor Fundamentals session to learn about the progression of outdoor activities. Learn about reserving council properties, what to pack, and safety precautions. $7/girl • $1/adult Register at girlscoutsindiana.org

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Career Cruisin' Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2053

Do you dream of becoming an astronaut or a physical therapist? How about an interior designer or veterinarian? Come out and join us for an evening of exploration as you get a chance to meet young professionals in various career fields and connect it to real-world career information. Learn what it takes to reach your dreams! $5/girl • $1/adult Nov 7 • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Conner Prairie Interactive History Park 13400 Allisonville Rd, Fishers Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Cats on Canvas Grades: 2,3,4,5 Office Code: 2050

What’s So Special About the Outdoors

Love to paint?! Come create an adorable feline masterpiece on canvas! We’ll be using acrylic paint on 5x7 canvas boards. Learn to mix amazing colors in paint while have a lot of fun with your friends… You won’t want to miss this!

Spending time outdoors in nature is different from playing or learning inside. Here’s how ...

$11/girl • $2/adult

Outdoor spaces support active play. Unlike most indoor environments, the outdoors offers open space where you can be messy, make noise and be active.

Session C: Oct 7 • 1-2:15 p.m.

Spending time in nature (even just a walk in a park or around your neighborhood) helps you to focus and think creatively. Outdoor experiences in new places allow you to make your own discoveries. With your troop, you are able to work together to solve problems toogether! Why do you like to be get outdoors?

Join the conversation! @girlscoutsin

Session A: Oct 7 • 9:30-10:45 a.m. Session B: Oct 7 • 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Session D: Oct 7 • 2:30-3:45 p.m. Ten West Center for the Arts 10 West Church St., Fortville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Celebrate Science Indiana Grades: Family Office Code: 2053

Celebrate Science Indiana (CSI) is an event that is fun for the whole family. Meet scientists and student exhibitors through hands on activities and discussions about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). With your troop, family, or a group of friends, spend the day completing different activities to earn a special patch.


Note: Program fee covers the cost of the patch only; parking and any cost incurred while attending the festival is not included. (Parking at the fairgrounds is $5 per car due at the gate.) $3 (center & year satellite patches) or $1 (year satellite patch only)/girl • Free/adult Oct 7 • 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Blue Ribbon Pavilion, Indiana State Fairgrounds 1202 E 38th St, Indianapolis Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Clay Turkey Handprints Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2052

Create a cute turkey out of clay using your handprint and a little creativity! Note: Completed pieces can be picked up 2-3 weeks after program date or shipped for an additional fee. Fee includes supplies and fun patch. This program is designed for girl participation and does not include materials for adult participation. $20/girl • $2/adult

Challenge Accepted

Session A: Nov 2 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

uPaint Pottery Studio of Greenwood 3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D, Greenwood

Office Code: 2056

Session B: Nov 2 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Do you love solving problems? Are you resourceful? Then come accept our various STEM challenges. Scouts will be working together to solve a variety of real-world problems, such as powering a vehicle with alternative energy using limited materials.

uPaint Pottery Studio of Plainfield 1820 E Main St, Plainfield

$9/girl • $2/adult Oct 21 • 9-10:30 a.m. Forest Park Lodge Basement 701 Cicero Rd. Noblesville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Cheerleading 101 Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Do you have an interest in cheerleading and learning some of the basic moves and chants? Well come out to this exciting pop up clinic and learn all the basics of cheerleading and how to incorporate cheer into your daily fitness routines.

Session C: Nov 2 • 6-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Hamilton Town Center 13901 Town Center Blvd, Noblesville Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Coming to America Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Ellis Island (1892-1954) was opened during the presidency of Benjamin Harrison. Over 12 million immigrants came through Ellis Island, changing and enriching the American experience forever. You will learn what drove people to America and what it meant to be "processed" as an immigrant coming to the land of hope and freedom. $6/girl • $8/adult Session A: Sep 16 • 12-2 p.m.

$10/girl • $2/adult

Session B: Oct 7 • 12-2 p.m.

Nov 11 • 12-2 p.m.

Session B: Nov 18 • 12-2 p.m.

Southeastway Park 5624 S Carroll Rd, New Palestine

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site 1230 N. Delaware St, Indianapolis

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

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Cookies & Canvas Grades: All Office Code: 2052

Session B: Sep 23 • 3:30-5 p.m. Session C: Oct 8 • 1-3 p.m. Session D: Oct 8 • 3:30-5 p.m.

Calling all artists! The folks at Wine & Canvas have designed a class just for Girl Scouts, regardless of skill-level. Taught by a local artist, this program not only helps girls step-by-step in creating their very own masterpiece, it inspires confidence, too. You'll finish your session by socializing over cookies and milk as your artwork dries.

The Art Lab 31 E Main St, Carmel

Note: Parents who wish to paint should sign up as a girl.

Grades: All

$15/girl • $2/adult

Calling all artists! The folks at Wine & Canvas have designed a Halloween-themed class just for Girl Scouts, regardless of skill-level. Taught by a local artist, this program not only helps girls step-bystep in creating their very own masterpiece, it inspires confidence, too. You'll finish your session by socializing over cookies and milk as your artwork dries.

Session A: Nov 18 • 1-3 p.m. Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Session B: Nov 18 • 4-6 p.m. Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Terre Haute Service Center 100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Cookies & Canvas: Spooktacular Office Code: 2052

Session C: Nov 11 • 1-3 p.m.

Note: Parents who wish to paint should sign up as a girl.

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

$15/girl • $2/adult

Session D: Nov 11 • 4-6 p.m.

Session A: Oct 21 • 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

The Doug Otto United Way Center 1531 13th St #1100, Columbus

Session B: Oct 21 • 1-3 p.m.

Session E: Nov 4 • 1-3 p.m. Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Terre Haute Service Center 100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

Session F: Nov 9 • 4-6 p.m.

Session C: Oct 14 • 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Wine & Canvas of Bloomington 135 N Gates Drive, Bloomington

Session D: Oct 14 • 1-3 p.m.

Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

The Doug Otto United Way Center 1531 13th St #1100, Columbus

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Session E: Sep 30 • 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Cookie Plates in Clay

Session F: Sep 30 • 1-3 p.m.

Grades: All

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Office Code: 2050

Wine & Canvas of Bloomington 135 N Gates Drive, Bloomington

Create your cookie plate with unique decorations and create one on the pottery wheel. Perfect for your Girl Scout Cookies, every girl will finish with two different and creative cookie plates. All items will be created from scratch. 3-4 weeks later items will be ready to pickup or delivered. You will need to purchase the potter's badge. $16/girl • $2/adult Session A: Sep 23 • 1-3 p.m.

Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834


Cookies & Canvas: Winter Wonderland

three books and enjoy a sharing time during snack time. Badges will be presented at the end of the event.

Grades: All

$18/girl • $2/adult

Office Code: 2052

Calling all artists! The folks at Wine & Canvas have designed a winter-themed class just for Girl Scouts, regardless of skill-level. Taught by a local artist, this program not only helps girls step-by-step in creating their very own masterpiece, it inspires confidence, too. You'll finish your session by socializing over cookies and milk as your artwork dries. Note: Parents who wish to paint should sign up as a girl.

Jan 27 • 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. The Anderson Center for the Arts 32 W. 10th Street, Anderson Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857 book artist badge

Create Digital Art With Fresh Paint Office Code: 2050

$15/girl • $2/adult

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Session A: Dec 9 • 4-6 p.m.

In this hands-on 2 hour session, girls will learn to create and share their own digital art with the Fresh Paint app for Windows 10. They’ll explore the basics of Fresh Paint, using lifelike oil and watercolors, pastels, and more to craft their own creations. They’ll also get a sneak peek of advanced digital art skills like mixing paint and layering media. Activities will focus on learning through experience and peerto-peer learning, and themes may be based on upcoming seasons and special events.

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Session B: Dec 9 • 1-3 p.m. Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Terre Haute Service Center 100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute Session C: Dec 16 • 4-6 p.m. Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Session D: Dec 16 • 1-3 p.m. Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 The Doug Otto United Way Center 1531 13th St #1100, Columbus Session E: Dec 2 • 4-6 p.m. Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Session F: Dec 2 • 1-3 p.m. Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

$4/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 12 • 5-7 p.m. Session B: Sep 19 • 5-7 p.m. Microsoft Store Fashion Mall Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Creepy Arts and Crafts

Wine & Canvas of Bloomington 135 N Gates Drive, Bloomington

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Fall into the spirit with spooky arts and crafts including wire armature mummies that bend and can be put anywhere you want to cause a fright. Also create a spider web craft and icky sticky green slime.

Create Your Own Journal Workshop

Office Code: 2050

$16/girl • $1/adult Session A: Oct 22 • 1-2:30 p.m.

Grades: 6-8 Cadettes

Session B: Oct 22 • 3:30-5 p.m.

Office Code: 2050

The Art Lab 31 E Main St, Carmel

Create your own journal! Learn about bookbinding traditions, tools, and history, and then put your talents to work. Each Girl Scout will make and decorate their own books using three basic bookbinding techniques. Each Cadette will make

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

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Critter Crazy

CYT's James and the Giant Peach

Grades: 4, 5,

Grades: All

Office Code: 2054

Calling all critter-lovers! Cope Environmental Center wants to personally introduce you to some cool new critters. You'll discuss what native animals live in the area, what kinds of habitats those critters require, and the effects of habitat destruction. The day will conclude with a guided hike of the CEC property, exploring the native habitats we have been discussing and helping to keep them clean. $2/girl • $2/adult

Office Code: 2054

Don’t miss this “masterpeach” musical based on the beloved children’s book! Price includes fun patch. $12/girl • $12/adult Oct 7 • 7 p.m. Marian University Theater 3200 Cold Spring Rd, Indianapolis Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857

Sep 30 • 3-5 p.m. COPE Environmental Center 1730 Airport Rd, Centerville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Daisy Between Earth and Sky Journey and Outdoor Fundamentals Grades: K, 1 Office Code: 2056

Cycle Bar Fun and More Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2050

Come out and learn about the new fitness craze in the most unique way of cycling. The Cycle Bar is a fun way to incorporate fitness into your life. You and other Girl Scouts will enjoy a 20 minute cycling class followed by various smoothie samples, trail mix bar, and fruit to cool you down. You don't want to miss this awesome ride experience. FYI: Girls must be 48 inches tall to ride. $10/girl • $10/adult

Bring your troop to spend an afternoon in the woods exploring our camp! We will take a hike to learn about plants, shapes and colors as we begin to understand what skills we share with our woodland plants and creatures. Troop leaders will be able to take the Outdoor Fundamental training. This training will help you with the progression of outdoor activities. Please make sure there is another adult to stay with the girls. $7/girl • $2/adult Nov 5 • 1-5 p.m.

Session A: Oct 21 • 2-2:45 p.m.

Camp Na Wa Kwa 7865 E. CR 300 N. Poland

Session B: Oct 21 • 2:15-3 p.m.

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.686

Cycle Bar 6010 W 86 St. Unit 130, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

CYT's Angry Jurrors Grades: All Office Code: 2054

This is a GREAT choice for high school scouts! A 19-year-old man has just stood trial, and it looks like he doesn’t stand a chance. Until one of the jurors begins opening the others’ eyes to the facts. Price includes fun patch. $12/girl • $12/adult Jan 20 • 7 p.m. Theatre at the Fort 8920 Otis Ave, Indianapolis Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857


Daisy Troop Camping Badge and Outdoor Fundamentals

Digi Girlz

Grades: K, 1

Office Code: 2050

Office Code: 205

Earn this brand new badge to help you learn and prepare how to camp! We will teach you all you need to know to camp smart and not dread it! Troop leaders can take the Outdoor Fundamental training to learn the progression of outdoor activities. Please make sure there is another adult to stay with the girls. $8/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 10 • 1-5 p.m. Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd. Morgantown Session B: Oct 15 • 1-5 p.m. Camp Sycamore Valley 8439 SR. 26 E. Lafayette Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Day of the Dead Grades: Family Office Code: 2050

El Dìa de los Muertos – The Day of the Dead - is a traditional Mexican holiday with ancient ties to the Aztecs. Its subject matter may be considered morbid by some cultures, but its celebrants approach The Day of the Dead joyfully. It is viewed as a time when souls of those who have died rejoin their families to rejoice together. Unlike Halloween, this celebration honors the lives of the deceased and celebrates the continuation of life with a belief that death is not the end, but rather the beginning of a new stage in existence. The museum gives visitors a chance to learn about the traditions and history behind El Dìas de los Muertos and to participate in the celebration. Visitors can join in hands-on activities, learn about altar (ofrenda) building while viewing our ofrenda exhibition, and enjoy lively performances. $5/girl • $5/adult Oct 28 • 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Indiana State Museum 650 W. Washington St Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 As a young woman your career aspirations should be as big as you want them to be. If you have ever been curious and wondered what a job in technology and namely a job at Microsoft looks like, you should come along to our DigiGirlz event. At the two hour event you will hear from women who work at Microsoft, their career journeys, what a job in technology means to them and have the opportunity to ask them questions. You will also have the chance to build and publish your own mobile game using one of our fun coding languages. $4/girl • $1/adult Sep 26 • 5-7 p.m. Microsoft Store Fashion Mall Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

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kaleid sc pe Kaleidoscope Nov 11 & 12 Leadership and Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Fee: $20 • Includes lunch Don’t miss this full day of learning event! Learn a variety of core leadership skills during development sessions and enrichments to help you lead girls to new experiences—and show them they’re capable of more than they ever imagined. There is something for everyone regardless of your level of experience. Learn about: troop travel, Junior Jam prep, ceremonies, orienteering, SWAPS, crafts and much more!

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The earth without 'art' is just 'eh'. Discover Scuba

Draw a Selfie and so Much More

Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Grades: 4, 5

Office Code: 2054

Office Code: 2054

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to breathe underwater. If you want to find out but aren’t quite ready to take the plunge into a certification course, Discover Scuba Diving will let you try scuba to see if you like it. During the Discover Scuba Diving experience you’ll learn how to use scuba equipment in shallow water and get a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world. Must be at least 10 years old and have strong swimming skills. 12-1p.m. class work, then we will split the class will be able to play with snorkel and fins and the other discovers Scuba and then rotate.

Girl Scout Juniors will explore drawing with a variety of media including charcoal, pastels, and watercolor. Girl Scouts will learn the basics of drawing including perspective, shading, proportion, and lighting. Each scout will make a portrait, landscape, still life drawing, and share their art with one another during snack time. Badges will be presented at the end of the event.

$32/girl • $Free/adult Session A: Sep 24 • 12-3 p.m. Session B: Oct 29 • 12-3 p.m.

$16/girl • $2/adult Sep 16 • 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. The Anderson Center for the Arts, 32 W. 10th Street, Anderson Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857 Drawing Badge

Session C: Nov 26 • 12-3 p.m. Session D: Jan 28 • 12-3 p.m. Carmel High School 520 E Main St, Carmel Session E: Sep 9 • 12-3 p.m. Session F: Oct 14 • 12-3 p.m. Session G: Nov 11 • 12-3 p.m. Session H: Jan 13 • 12-3 p.m. New Palestine High School 4485 S Victory Dr, New Palestine Note: noon -1p.m. class work will be done at Divers Supply located at 104 S Post Rd, Indianapolis and 1-3p.m. will be pool time at New Palestine High School. Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857

Earth, Fire, and Water (Pottery Workshop) Grades: 2, 3 Office Code: 2054

Learn the ancient art of pottery with a professional potter! Each Girl Scout Brownie will create a coil pinch pot, a small nature imprint ornament, and experiment with throwing on a potter’s wheel. Each Brownie will make three projects and show their work during a snack time. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. $18/girl • $2/adult Nov 11 • 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. The Anderson Center for the Arts, 32 W. 10th Street, Anderson Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857


Everyday Inventions

Exploring the World of Theatre

Grades: 2, 3

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Office Code: 2053

Office Code: 2050

Explore how inventors use the engineering and design process to solve problems by creating a new invention. You will brainstorm ideas, sketch a design, prototype a solution in the makerspace and watch your ideas come to life.

$11 (Daisy) $16 (Brownie & Junior)/girl • $2/adult

$20/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 23 • 9:30-11:30 a.m. Session B: Sep 23 • 12:30-2:30 p.m. 1st Maker Space at Shortridge High School 3401 N Meridian St, Indianapolis Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859 Inventor badge (Girls will complete requirements but badge not included.)

Girl Scouts are encouraged to expand their artistic horizons and learn important skills that will apply to their “It’s Your Story, Tell It!” Journey by participating in our workshops. Each workshop is designed to give a brief overview of how theatre is created along with a brief history of Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre. Taught by experienced instructors, areas covered include storytelling, theatre terminology, stage make-up, improvisation, and basic performance technique. Troop leaders and family members are invited to observe the final presentation at the end of the session. Sign your group up early! This is a popular program and class size is limited. Session A: Oct 14 • 9 a.m.-noon Session B: Oct 21 • 9 a.m.-noon

Expanding Your Horizons Grades: 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2053

Ok, you can admit it: science, technology, engineering, and math are cool! At the Expanding Your Horizons Conference, we will show you how fun science, technology, engineering and math can really be! Hands-on workshops will allow you to participate in fun and challenging activities led by women with S.T.E.M. careers who live and work in the Wabash Valley. The registration will open October 4. Register online: www.smwc.edu/eyh. Select three workshops that you cannot wait to experience. Requests will be granted on a first come, first served basis, so register early! Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods College will make every effort to put you in at least one of your top choices. You will attend two workshops. $20/girl • $20/adult Oct 28 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College 1 St. Mary of the Woods College, Saint Mary-of-theWoods Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Session C: Oct 21 • 1-2:30 p.m. (Daisy) Session D: Feb 3 • 9 a.m.-noon Session E: Feb 10 • 9 a.m.-noon Session F: Feb 17 • 10:30 a.m.-noon (Daisy) Booth Tarkington Civic Center 3 Center Green, Carmel Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Explosion Inc Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 3125

Come see the Science Ninja in action as you discover the scientific world of chemistry. Check out the different signs of a chemical reaction as you learned through extreme, high-energy chemistry and (of course) explosions! $7/girl • $1/adult Session A: Nov 19 • 1-2 p.m. 2, 3, 4, 5 Session B: Nov 19 • 2:30-3:30 p.m. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

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about the health of a human. We will do some experiments and learn how chemical reactions give us answers. Tell mom not to worry – we will won’t use any real body fluids – all imitation for this event! (For the tour, a signed release is required.) $3/girl • $1/adult Session A: Nov 4 • 9:30-11:30 a.m. 2, 3 Session B: Nov 4 • 12:30-2:30 p.m. 4, 5 Mid America Clinical Laboratories Headquarters 2560 North Shadeland Ave, Indianapolis Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Fair Trade: Making a Difference Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Want to make a difference in the world? Shop Fair Trade. Join Global Gifts to learn how Fair Trade impacts the lives of artisans, especially women and girls all over the world. Our scavenger hunt leads you through several continents to explore cultures. Do you know how many cocoa beans it takes to make a chocolate bar? Take our chocolate quiz to find out and get rewarded with a sample of our fairly traded chocolate and brownies. Be the winner of our drawing and receive a special gift. Everyone will get to take home a goodie bag. $5/girl • $1/adult

Figure out what lights your fire. Then chase the match. Extreme STEM Careers: Behind the Blood Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2053

For all girls interested in STEM careers, this is a session you won’t want to miss. Did you know that it is estimated that 60% to 70% of all decisions regarding a patient’s medical diagnosis and treatment are based on laboratory test results? Come see the clinical laboratory and learn about our work and careers in our industry. You will put on a lab coat and take a tour of a clinical laboratory then we’ll do some hands-on learning in the areas of chemistry, hematology, microbiology and cytology. We will look through microscopes and learn more about blood and what it tells us

Session A: Oct 8 • 3:30-4:30 p.m. (Brownies) Session B: Oct 10 • 5:30-6:30 p.m. (Brownies) Session C: Oct 15 • 3:30-4:30 p.m. (Juniors) Session D: Oct 15 • 5:30-6:30 p.m. (Juniors) Global Gifts, Nora Plaza 1300 E 86 STE 17, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811


Fabulous Flower Collage

Fall Pottery Painting

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Grades: All

Office Code: 2050

Create a collage using 3D paper techniques! We’ll be putting our creativity to use as we cut, glue, and design a beautiful bouquet that you’re sure to be proud of! Bring your friends and let’s make some amazing art together! $11/girl • $2/adult Session A: Mar 10 • 9:30-10:45 a.m. Session B: Mar 10 • 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Session C: Mar 10 • 1-2:15 p.m. Session D: Mar 10 • 2:30-3:45 p.m. 10 West Center for the Arts 10 West Church St, Fortville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.681

Office Code: 2052

Paint a fall-themed piece of pottery using your creativity, along with all the fun colors and tools uPaint has available. See first-hand how bisque pieces are fired in the kiln. Note: Completed pieces can be picked up one week after program date or shipped for an additional fee. Fee includes pottery piece, paints, supplies, and fun patch. This program is designed for girl participation and does not include materials for adult participation. $13/girl • $2/adult Session A: Oct 10 • 6-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Greenwood 3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D, Greenwood Session B: Oct 10 6-7:30 p.m.

Fall Colors Hike Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

uPaint Pottery Studio of Plainfield 1820 E Main St, Plainfield

Office Code: 2056

Session C: Oct 10 6-7:30 p.m.

Join the naturalist on a colorful adventure. You will learn about the different trees and why their leaves change into glorious yellow, reds, and browns.

uPaint Pottery Studio of Hamilton Town Center 13901 Town Center Blvd, Noblesville Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

$3/girl • $3/adult Oct 22 • 1 p.m. Mounds State Park 4603 Mounds Road, Anderson

Farm to School

Join the naturalist and learn how to make and keep your very own nature journal. We will have specimens, animals, and more for inspiration.

Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Come join us as we partner with Domino Pizza, American Dairy Association of Indiana, and Fuel Up to Play 60 to learn how to bring the farm to the school! You will make your own Domino while tracing where the core ingredients come from, meet some of Dellwood’s local animals to discover what food they produce, discover the science behind dairy production, take home your very own recyclable garden, and learn how you can implement your very own Farm to School program at your local school for your Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award project!

$5/girl • $5/adult

$10/girl • $2/adult

Feb 10 • 10 a.m.

Oct 1 • 3-5 p.m.

Mounds State Park 4603 Mounds Rd. Anderson

Camp Dellwood Lodge Indianapolis, IN

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Fall in Love with Nature Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

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Feast of the Hunter's Moon Grades: Family Office Code: 2056

The past is yours to savor at the Feast of the Hunters' Moon. At this historic reenactment you can recapture 18th century life at Fort Ouiatenon-the first fortified European outpost in what is now Indiana. Continuous , free programming is held on five stages. French and Native American music and dance, fife and drum corps performances, along with hands-on activities. Girl Scouts of Central Indiana will sponsor a scavenger hunt activity for you to do as you wander the grounds of Fort Ouiatenon. Use this program to work toward the Girl Scout Junior Playing the Past badge or towards the Girl Scout Brownie Making Games! The cost of this event does not include admission to The Feast of the Hunters' Moon, but it covers the cost of the recognition.

Broadways.com's Audience Choice Award for Best Musical. Directed by visionary Tony Winner and Diane Paulus, Finding Neverland tells the incredible story behind one of the world's most beloved characters: Peter Pan. The magic of this classic tale springs to life in this heartwarming theatrical event. $40/girl • $40/adult Session A: Oct 21 • 2 p.m. Session B: Oct 22 • 6:30 p.m. Clowes Memorial Hall 4602 Sunset Ave, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Flower Box Painting Grades: K, 1

$3/girl • $3/adult

Office Code: 2052

Session A: Sep 30 • 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Let the friendly and helpful staff at uPaint Pottery help you create a one-of-a-kind Daisy petal flower box! Choose from hundreds of colors to customize your masterpiece.

Session B: Oct 1 • 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Fort Ouiatenon 3129 S. River Road, West Lafayette

Feast with the Witches

Note: Completed pieces can be picked up one week after program date or shipped for an additional fee. Fee includes supplies and fun patch. This program is designed for girl participation and does not include materials for adult participation.

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5,

$14/girl • $2/adult

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Office Code: 2050

Enjoy a breakfast or lunch "BOO-fet" with the friendliest of witches! The event includes "fab-BOOlous" Halloween entertainment by Ruditoonz, fun activities and games, and a tour of Wicked Woods, the Children’s Museum Guild’s Haunted House, during IPL's Lights-On Hours (for children who scare easily). $18/girl • $20/adult Session A: Oct 14 • 9-11 a.m. Session B: Oct 15 • 12- 2 p.m. Session C: Oct 21 • 9-11 a.m. Session D: Oct 21 • 12- 2 p.m. The Children's Museum 3000 N Meridian St Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Finding Neverland Broadway Grades: Family Office Code: 2050

Come out and enjoy the official Broadway's Finding Neverland. Finding Neverland is the winner of

Session A: Nov 7 • 6-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Greenwood 3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D, Greenwood Session B: Nov 7 • 6:30-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Plainfield 1820 E Main St, Plainfield Session C: Nov 7 • 6:30-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Hamilton Town Center 13901 Town Center Blvd, Noblesville Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Flowers Badge at Garfield Conservatory Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2056

Flowers are more than just beautiful. Learn all about flowers and why they are important plant parts, and have a chance to make a flower craft. Girls will earn their Flowers badge and gain an appreciation for nature's beauties. $20/girl • $2/adult Session A: Sep 21 • 5:15-6:15 p.m.


Girl Scout Getaways Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

Visit the Girl Scout destination website for tips and ideas on how to plan troop getaways: http:// forgirls.girlscouts.org/travel/ take-a-trip/getaways/. Each year new destinations are added to help troops explore our country and world! Contact: Barb Nichols 317.924.6864

Session B: Sep 21 • 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Foil Art

Garfield Park Conservatory and Gardens 2505 Conservatory Drive Indianapolis

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Flowers with Friends Grades: 4, 5 Office Code:2056

What could be more delightful than a spending time with friends in a field of flowers? Join us as we explore and learn about all things gardening and flowers! We will tour the gardens, sketch flowers and butterflies, smell and taste herbs, and learn about seeds. Each girl will practice their floral design skills by making their own bouquet! Note: Cost includes girl materials only. Troops are welcome to bring a sack lunch and enjoy the picnic area. $20/girl • $2/adult Sep 16 • 9 a.m.-noon P&D Flower Farm 7749 E 1000 N, Indianapolis Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Flower and Gardener

Office Code: 2050

Girls will create a unique design using glue, foil, yarn and more. Then frame the work to hang the glistening masterwork! After creating your masterpiece enjoy a pizza party. $13/girl • $4/adult Nov 5 • 2-4 p.m. Cagney's Pizza King 33 E Broadway St, Shelbyville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Fun with Tech: Little Bits Grades: 2, 3 Office Code: 2053

Experiment with easy-to-use, snap-together bits of electronics to create art, whimsy or small machines. Using off-the-shelf products, such as LittleBits learn about the circuits that power phones, tablets, and computers, and see what you can build! $3/girl • $1/adult Aug 25 • 6-7:30 p.m. IUPUI School of Informatics and Communications Technology Complex 535 W Michigan St, Indianapolis Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

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Fun with Tech: UX Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2053

Design is as important as computer code in creating interesting and fun to use digital platforms. Learn the key processes of user design by deconstructing your favorite apps, and investigate them through the lens of the user experience. $3/girl • $1 /adult Nov 3 • 6-8 p.m. IUPUI School of Informatics and Communications Technology Complex 535 W Michigan St, Indianapolis Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Geocaching for Juniors and Outdoor Fundamentals Grades: 4, 5, Office Code: 2056

The sky is not the limit, It's just the view.

Geocaching is a great way to explore our camps! You will make a booklet to stamp when you find your geocache, learn all about what geocaching is, and even earn a badge while having a fun time! Troop leaders can take Outdoor Fundamentals to learn about outdoor progression for their troop. Please make sure there is another adult to stay $4/girl • $1/adult Nov 5 • 1-5 p.m.

Fun with Tech: Scratch

Camp Na Wa Kwa 7865 E. CR 300 N. Poland

Grades: 4, 5

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Office Code: 2053

Jump start your path to computer programing by learning the basics of coding using Scratch. Join this workshop to create interactive stories, animations, and video games.

Geocaching Outing

$3/girl • $1/adult

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Sep 8 • 6-8 p.m. IUPUI School of Informatics and Communications Technology Complex 535 W Michigan St, Indianapolis Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Office Code: 2054

Learn about the activity of geocaching, which combines GPS technology and the outdoors. We'll hit the trails and embark on an hour long high -tech scavenger hunt to discover more about our park's resources. Girl Scout Junior's can use this program to help them earn their Geocacher badge.


s award over the year t es gh hi e th of s ok The many lo This award has gone by many names throughout history, but its meaning stays the same. Starting as the Golden Eaglet of Merit, the highest award in Girl Scouting from 1916 to 1919, this award marked the beginning of a long tradition of recognizing girls who make a difference in their communities with a prestigious award.

Golden Eaglet of Merit 1916-1919

Golden Eaglet 1919-1939

$3/girl • $3/adult Aug 14 • 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Mounds State Park 4603 Mounds Road, Anderson Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Girl Scout Night with Indy Eleven Grades: Family Office Code: 2050

Calling all soccer lovers. You will not want to miss this fun filled family night with Indy Eleven. Enjoy a day of activities, food, soccer game, and on the field experiences. Note: Fee includes game ticket, food voucher, and exclusive after game penalty kick for each participant. Girls that register early will qualify to participate on the field kick off experiences. Be sure to register early. $18/girl • $18/adult Oct 7 • 7:30 p.m. Kickoff Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium 1001 West New York St, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

First Class 1938-1940 1963-1980

Gold Award 1980-Present

Curved Bar 1940-1963

Glass Ornament Fusing Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2052

Ignite your curiosity as you explore the world of glass fusing! Learn how to score, cut, and nip glass to make a glass ornament. Learn how glass artists turn molten glass into art, and see kilns up close. Note: Completed pieces can be picked up one week after program date or shipped for an additional fee. Fee includes supplies and fun patch. This event is designed for girl participation and does not include materials for adult participation. However, adults are expected to actively help their girls. $15/girl • $2/adult Session A: Nov 16 • 5:30-7 p.m. Session B: Nov 16 • 7-8:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Greenwood 3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D, Greenwood Session C: Nov 16 • 5:30-7 p.m. Session D: Nov 16 • 7-8:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Plainfield 1820 E Main St, Plainfield Session E: Nov 16 • 5:30-7 p.m. Session D: Nov 16 • 7-8:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Hamilton Town Center 13901 Town Center Blvd, Noblesville Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

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Going for the Gold Classroom

Going for the Gold Webinar

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12

Office Code: 2053

Office Code: 2053

Gear up to go gold! The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a girl can earn in Girl Scouts! Through this informational session, you will take a closer look at the journey you will take in your quest for the Girl Scout Gold Award. Learn about each of the seven steps to process, and take a closer look at the Standards of Excellence set forth by our Girl Scout Gold Award Committee. We will also share with you helpful hints on how to prepare for your proposal interview. While this session is required for any girl interested in pursuing her Girl Scout Gold Award, you are encouraged to invite adult mentors who may provide support for you during your project (i.e. Girl Scout leader, parent, etc.) to attend. Note: This is the same training as the Going for the Gold Webinar. Registration closes one week prior to session.

Online Note: This is the same training as the Going for the Gold Classroom. All participants must have access to high speed Internet with either a speaker/microphone or a telephone (preferably a speakerphone). Web cam not required. Registration closes one week prior. Session A: Aug 29 • 5:30-7 p.m. Session B: Sep 27 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session C: Oct 19 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session D: Nov 14 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session E: Dec 13 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session F: Jan 25 • 6-7:30 p.m. Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

$4/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 17 • 4:30-6 p.m.

Going to the Dog Show

Camp Ada 4731 W CR 600S, Spiceland

Grades: Family

Session B: Sep 24 • 4:30-6 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute Session C: Sep 30 • 1-2:30 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburgh

Office Code: 2050

Come discover the fun and exciting world of dogs and dog shows. See and meet different types of dogs, find out about the jobs they were bred to do, and learn about different parts of dog care and health. Girls will receive an AKC Dog Show Patch. $5/girl • $5/adult

Session D: Nov 5 • 4:30-6 p.m.

Session A: Sep 16 • 10-11:30 a.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Bloomington 1000 N Walnut St, Ste I, Bloomington

Session B: Sep 16 • 1-2:30 p.m.

Session E: Nov 12 • 4:30-6 p.m. Math and Science Center, Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Session F: Nov 19 • 4:30-6 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Kokomo 815 W Superior St, Kokomo Session G: Dec 2 • 1-2:30 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville Session H: Dec 10 • 4:30-6 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E. Lafayette Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Boone County Fairgrounds 1300 E 100 S Lebanon Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Gymnastics Fun Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2054

Get ready to bounce high and tumble with ease! Try trampoline bars, balance beams, an obstacle course and the block pit. Each station will be taught by experienced certified instructors. $18/girl • $1/adult Session A: Oct 7 • 5-7 p.m. Session B: Oct 22 • 1-3 p.m. Session C: Nov 4 • 5-7 p.m


Wander where the wifi is weak. Session D: Nov 12 • 1-3 p.m. Session E: Dec 3 • 1-3 p.m. Session F: Jan 13 • 5-7 p.m Session G: Jan 28 • 1-3 p.m. InterActive Academy 3795 S 421, Zionsville Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857

which includes the relic stands of eastern hemlock trees, and venture to the lowlands to investigate the pond. $3/girl • $3/adult TBA • TBA Trevlac Bluffs Nature Preserve 4625 SR 45, Nashville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Hiker Badge and Outdoor Fundamentals Grades: 2,3

Hit the Slopes

Office Code: 2056

Grades: Family

Every trail leads to a new adventure. Explore the camp and learn fun things about hiking and earn the Girl Scout Brownie Hiker badge. Adults/ Troop leader can participate in the Outdoor Fundamentals training. This training will help prepare you for the progression of outdoor activities. Please make sure you have another adult to stay with the girls.

Office Code: 2000

$4/girl • $1/adult Sep 10 • 1-5 p.m.

There is no better time to spend with your fellow Girl Scout sisters than on the slopes! Fill your winter with fun and fitness while learning to ski, or having fun tubing down the hill! Note: T: Fee includes ski lesson (if needed). Bring a snack to be enjoyed out on the deck or inside the picnic room. Fun Patches available for purchase for $1

Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd. Morgantown

Feb 4

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Session B: 3-hour tubing ONLY | $25/girl • $25/adult

Session A: 2-hour tubing ONLY | $20/girl • $20/adult Session C: 8-hour tubing ONLY | $28/girl • $28/adult

Hiking at Trevlac Bluffs Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2056

Named for its towering 200-foot eastern hemlock bluffs, this stunning land preserve is the perfect place to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature in beautiful Brown County. Explore the upland forest,

Session D: All day ski/tube package | $45/girl • $45/ adult Perfect North Slopes 19074 Perfect Pl Ln, Lawrenceburg Contact: Diana Keely • 317.924.6856

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Holiday Ornament Painting Grades: All Office Code: 2052

Make a one-of-a-kind gift this holiday season! Hand paint a ceramic ornament using your creativity along with all the fun colors and tools uPaint has available. See firsthand how bisque pieces are fired in the kiln. Note: Completed pieces can be picked up one week after program date or shipped for an additional fee. Fee includes pottery piece, paints, supplies, and fun patch. This program is designed for girl participation and does not include materials for adult participation. $12/girl • $2/adult Session A: Dec 5 • 6-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Greenwood 3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D, Greenwood Session B: Dec 5 • 6-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Plainfield 1820 E Main St, Plainfield Session C: Dec 5 • 6-7:30 p.m. uPaint Pottery Studio of Hamilton Town Center 13901 Town Center Blvd, Noblesville Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Holiday Sing Grades: Family Office Code: 2050

heer Spread festive c for all to hear. Holiday Nature Crafts

It's the most wonderful time of the year. Fill the museum with joyous noise in the fun holiday singa-long. After the conclusion of the sing; explore the galleries of the Indiana State Museum. Enjoy the holidays in nostalgic Celebration Crossing. Embrace the spirit of the season and bring a donation of a toy or food item that we will deliver to a community organization.

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

$5/girl • $5/adult

Office Code: 2056

Dec 9 • 12 p.m.

Everyone loves nature, so let's make some Nature crafts! Use this program to go with many of our badges and Journey you might be working on.

Indiana State Museum 650 W. Washington St Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

$6/girl • $2/adult Nov 30 • 5:30-6:30 p.m. Garfield Park Conservatory and Gardens 2505 Conservatory Drive Indianapolis Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Holler Hoppin' Zip Lines Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

Experience a true country adventure as you soar over the ravines and hollers of beautiful Brown County. Hopper Hopping is constructed with six


separate zip lines totaling over 1100 feet for an approximate hour and a half experience. There is a weight restriction of minimum 60 pounds/ minimum 7 years old. Maximum 275 pounds. * Girls must be accompanied by participating adult. If you have a large troop, please register for more than one session. Please contact Rawhide Ranch to schedule your time. $35/girl • $35/adult Rawhide Ranch 1292 SR 135 S, Nashville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Household Elf Grades: 2, 3 Office Code: 2056

It's great to have a clean house, and even better if it's environmentally clean and green. In this badge, you will pick up some new household habits to help your family save energy, save water, and save the planet. $8/girl • $2/adult

against Iowa. Girl Scouts will receive on-court recognition, and will form a high-five tunnel as players are introduced. $5/girl • $5/adult Oct 11 • 7-9 p.m. Indiana University University Gymnasium, 2721 E. 10th St, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Innovations 2.0 Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2053

Have an idea for a new product or how to make an old product better? Use design thinking to make, test, and iterate a prototype in the makerspace and become a product innovator. $20/girl • $1/adult Session A: Nov 18 • 9:30-11:30a.m. Session B: Nov 18 • 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Nov 4 • 1-2:30 p.m.

1st Maker Space at Shortridge High School 3401 N Meridian St, Indianapolis

Forest Park Lodge Basement 701 Cicero Rd. Noblesville

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Indiana University Soccer Game Grades: Family Office Code: 2052

Cheer on the Indiana University women's soccer team, as they face off against the University of Illinois! Girl Scouts will be asked onto the field to form a high-five tunnel for introductions and the national anthem. $2/girl • $2/adult Oct 1 • 1-3 p.m. Indiana University Armstrong Stadium, 1606 N. Fee Ln, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Product Designer (Girls will complete requirements, badge is not included.)

Iron Science Chef Brownie at Wonderlab Grades: 2, 3 Office Code: 2052

Cooking is a yummy form of science that we do almost every day! Get your hands dirty with some cooking and food-based experiments made just for you at Wonderlab. $13/girl • $6/adult Dec 9 • 3:30-4:30 p.m. WonderLab Museum 308 W 4th Street, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Snacks badge

Indiana University Volleyball Match Grades: Family Office Code: 2052

Bump, set, spike! Join the Indiana University women's volleyball team for their match

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Iron Science Chef Junior at Wonderlab Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2052

Cooking is a yummy form of science that we do almost every day! Get your hands dirty with some cooking and food-based experiments made just for you at Wonderlab. $13/girl • $6/adult Dec 9 • 1:30-2:30 p.m. WonderLab Museum 308 W 4th Street, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Simple Meals badge

I've Got the Music in Me! Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2052

Are you a music lover? Stafford Music Academy is excited to teach you some stuff you might not know, like proper vocal technique, what a career as professional musician is like, and how an orchestra works together. You'll make music together by singing and drumming in ensembles, plus have the opportunity to perform for each other at the close of your session! $10/girl • $2/adult Oct 15 • 2-4 p.m. Stafford Music Academy 515 S Woodcrest Dr, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

IU Science Fest 2017

Musician

Grades: Family Office Code: 2053

Come out and explore the world of STEM at Indiana University as they open their doors for IU Science Fest 2017. At Science Fest you can measure your own brain waves, experiment with bacteria that light up, examine the sun using the solar telescope, learn math from puzzles & games, discover how oscillatory motion becomes sound and music, explore powerful forces of electricity and magnetism, learn about the chemical compounds of rocks, watch laboratory demonstrations, tour research facilities & hear research talks, and more! Over 100 hands-on activities and demonstrations for you to choose! Its part education, part entertainment, and all fun! For more information, visit the Science Fest website at www.go.iu.edu/sciencefest. This year you can even earn a special Girl Scout patch. Program fee covers the cost of the patch it does not include parking or any cost incurred while at the festival. Admission to the festival is FREE.

Jazzy Jeweler Grades: 4, 5 Add a little sparkle to your outfit by designing your own jewelry and learn accessorizing for your wardrobe! Each Girl Scout Junior will explore different techniques and materials needed while learning techniques from an artist who makes jewelry. We will make three projects using metal, everyday objects, and another culture influence, and share a special piece with someone during a snack and share time. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. $16/girl • $2/adult Feb 10 • 1-3:30 p.m. The Anderson Center for the Arts 32 W. 10th St, Anderson Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857 Jewelry badge

$3/girl • Free/adult Oct 21 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Junior Jam

Indiana University Bloomington

Grades: 4, 5

107 S. Indiana Avenue. Bloomington

Office Code: 2056

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Jamming in the USA is the theme for this year's Junior Jam! Take a road trip across America as you compete in the fun games and activities. Experience a weekend of camping, meeting other Girl Scouts and playing fun and wacky games. Each troop will compete in water games, land games, outdoor skills and crafts. Camp out under the stars-stay in one of our platform tent units, or


Creativity is contagiouspass it on. bring your own gear, and camp in the valley. Join us for the weekend or come for the day! Note: You are responsible for your own meals, gear and setting up your camp site. Our platform tents are on a first come basis. So, if you want a platform tent, please register early-they go fast! If you are not sure what Junior Jam is, plan to attend a webinar or Junior Jam Prep day. $12/girl • $12/adult Sep 8 • 12-4 p.m. Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd, Morgantown Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Juniors Get into Gardening Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2056

Learn all about plants and gardening in our Children's Garden. Get your hands dirty earning your "Gardener" badge. $6/girl • $2/adult Sep 7 • 5:15-6:15 p.m. Garfield Park Conservatory and Gardens 2505 Conservatory Dr. Indianapolis Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864 Gardener badge

Junior Jam Judges Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

If you loved Junior Jam as a participant, then you'll love coming back as a judge! Sleep in the basement of the lodge, set up your tents in the valley, or just help for the day. As a thank you for all your work, we invite you to take time to enjoy some activities on Sunday before you leave. We will have archery and boating set up for you. More information will be included in your confirmation packet. Note: YAll your meals are included, along with a Judge t-shirt. Any Girl Scout who has completed Program Aide Learning may sign up. If you have not completed it yet, you still have time to complete it. Look for the Program Aide description in this guide for more information. Come on and join the fun! $12/girl • $12/adult Sep 8 • 12-4 p.m.

KaPow! Zap! WOW! Be A Comic Artist! Grades: 6, 7, 8 Step into the exciting and adventurous world of comic books! Learn about the history of comic, how to write, create, and color your own comic strip. Meet a local comic artist! Each Girl Scout will make a comic strip to take home, create a personalized character, and enjoy a sharing time during snack time. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. $14/girl • $1/adult Sep 30 • 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. The Anderson Center for the Arts, 32 W. 10th Street Anderson, IN 46016 Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.68 Comic Artist badge

Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd, Morgantown Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

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Let's Travel! Destination Trips Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

Did you know that you can participate in Girl Scout adventures all across the country- and even around the world-through Girl Scout hosted events called Destinations? One of the best things about being a Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, or Ambassador is being old enough to attend one of these awesome trips! Get started on the Destination trip of your dreams by learning about the trips occurring next summer by visiting: www.girlscouts.org/ destinations. Applications are due to Barb Nichols before Nov 1. Contact: Barb Nichols 317.924.6864

Let Women Fly!

Let's Play with Science

Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Grades: 2, 3

Office Code: 2053

Office Code: 2053

Join the National Model Aviation Museum in Muncie, IN as they celebrate “Girls in Aviation Day”. Come out for a change to learn about the exciting contributions female pilots have made to the development of aviation. You will get the chance to build and fly your own build balsa wood model airplanes. Girls will also get to check out the fascinating treasures house in the museum while on a guided tour.

Science is everywhere! Explore being a scientist using materials from your own home! Discover what combination of ingredients make the best ice cream, how to create static electricity with simple materials, learn about density as you make a boat, explore chemical reactions through exploding rockets and have fun playing with science toys. This workshop can get messy so dress for the lab.

$7/girl • $3/adult

$20/girl • $1/adult

Session A: Sep 23 • 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Session A: Oct 14 • 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Session B: Sep 23 • 1-3 p.m.

Session B: Oct 14 • 12:30-2:30 p.m.

National Model Aviation Museum 5151 E. Memorial Drive, Muncie

1st Maker Space at Shortridge High School 3401 N Meridian St, Indianapolis

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859 Home Scientist badge (Girls will complete requirements, badge is not included.)


Let's Travel! Destination Trips

$36/girl • $6/adult

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Oct 20 • 5 p.m.-8 a.m.

Office Code: 2056

Camp Sycamore Valley 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette

Did you know that Girl Scouts can participate in Girl Scout adventures all across the country- and even around the world-through Girl Scout hosted events called Destinations? One of the best things about being a Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, or Ambassador is being old enough to attend one of these awesome trips! Contact Barb Nichols to get all the information you need to get started on the Destination trip of your dreams. You can also check out the website to learn where the trips will be going next summer. Go to www.girlscouts.org/ destinations . Applications must be sent to Barb Nichols before Nov. 1st. Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Lights, Camera, Action! Digital Photography

Recreation Annex 300 N. 7th St Noblesville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Louise Loves Art Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

“I love art! It’s my imagination on the outside.” Read from the book Louise Loves Art and get inspired by her creativity as well as her kindness toward her younger brother Art. Create a painting of Louise’s cat and decorate a picture frame so that you can start your own gallery at home. $17/girl • $1/adult

Grades: 4, 5

Session A: Sep 24 • 1-2:30 p.m.

Office Code: 2054

Session B: Sep 24 • 3:30-5 p.m.

Take an in-depth look into different types of cameras, learn how to set up a photo shoot, compose portraits, while learning special lighting techniques. Create and print your own portrait, share a snack, explore the annual IN-Focus photography exhibition at the art center, and visit a local photography studio.

Session C: Dec 10 • 1-2:30 p.m.

Note: Please prepare to bring at least one digital camera or device per four girls.

Maple Mania

$16/girl • $2/adult

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Feb 24 • 9:30 a.m. -12 p.m.

Office Code: 2056

The Anderson Center for the Arts 32 W. 10th St, Anderson

Where does maple syrup come from? How does it get out of the tree and on to our delicious pancakes? We will answer all these questions and more at Maple Mania! Girls will get to help tap a real tree in our park and watch how the whole process works. This hands-on badge will enlighten a whole new world the girls have never heard of!

Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857

Lock-In at the Recreation Annex Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Session D: Dec 10 • 3:30-5 p.m. The Art Lab 31 E Main St. Carmel Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

$20/girl • $1/adult

Office Code: 2056

Feb 10 • 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Rec2B . . . Active! This ultimate sleep over will also provide opportunities to play basketball, dodgeball, (Bubble Soccer for girls above 5 feet), stage for open Mic, and board games. We will fill the night with activities! Pizza and lemonade are provided. Juniors can earn their "Staying Fit" badge..

Forest Park Lodge 701 Cicero Rd. Noblesville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

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Make a new connection! Register for any program activity with your troop or on your own. girlscoutsindiana.org

Me & My Gal Self Defense Grades: All Office Code: 2052

Specializing in helping kids develop leadership skills and success-mindset as well as helping families spend quality family time together; Level 10 is not your average "kicking & punching" karate school. Girls will work on self defense skills and learn how to deal with bullies and peer pressure. $12/girl • $12/adult Sep 30 • 2:30-4 p.m. Level 10 Martial Arts 5135 S. Emerson Avenue, Indianapolis Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Meet Goldie Grades: K, 1, 2, 3 Office Code: 3125

Goldie is zipping through the Math and Science Center. She is a girl who builds and solves problems on her own. Her friends are having a splash in the dunk tank. There are parade floats to be built. Meet Goldie as you experiment with her on our engineering adventure. $6/girl • $1/adult

Meet Goldie Program AideVolunteers Needed Grades: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code 3125

Want to earn some program aide hours? Would you like to work with Daisy and Brownie Girl Scouts? Do you like different kinds of engineering? Then I need your help! You will be using Goldie Blox kits to help our younger scouts learn about engineering. From 1-2 p.m. you will get the knowledge you need to help the girls build the Goldie Blox kits. Then from 2-4p.m. the scouts arrive and you will help the Daisy and Brownies learn using the kits. Earn some service hours while you educate younger Girl Scouts! Nov 5 • 1-4 p.m. Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.68

Minecraft Build Challenge Grades: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2050

Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Looking for a fun way to experience Minecraft? Visit your local Microsoft Store for a Minecraft Build Challenge workshops! Players will work in teams to create something epic before the clock runs out.

Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

$4/girl • $1/adult

Nov 5 • 2-4 p.m.

Session A: Oct 17 • 15-7 p.m. Session B: Oct 24 • 15-7 p.m. Microsoft Store Fashion Mall Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811


Musical Petting Zoo Grades: K, 1, 2, 3

Session E: Nov 17 • 6-7 p.m. Session F: Nov 18 • 4-5 p.m.

Office Code: 2052

Session G: Dec 1 • 6-7 p.m.

Have you ever used a bucket for a drum? Stafford Music Academy can't wait to show you how! Activities will include a bucket drumming ensemble, singing fun songs together, learning and playing some simple songs on keyboards, and learning about different instruments from professional music performers and teachers.

Session H: Dec 2 • 4-5 p.m. Not Just Popcorn 114 E. Main Cross St, Edinburgh Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

$7/girl • $2/adult

Novelist Know-How's

Oct 21 • 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Grades: 9, 10

Stafford Music Academy 515 S Woodcrest Dr, Bloomington

Office Code: 2052

Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Nature Creatures Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Maple Trees drop beautiful helicopter seedpods that look like wings and conifer trees grow pinecones that make great animal bodies. Create hedgehogs, dragonflies and leaf friends from natural materials, air-dry clay and paints. Learn about leaves, pods and pinecones from different trees.$14/girl • $1 /adult Session A: Nov 12 • 1-2:30 p.m. Session B: Nov 12 • 3:30-5 p.m. The Art Lab 31 E Main St. Carmel Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

A good novel brings readers into a story by creating vibrant characters and a rich setting, along with page-turning segments of conflict and resolution, making it hard to put the book down. Young Women Writing for (a) Change of Bloomington invites teen novelists and writers to explore character and plot development in a fun, safe, supportive writing environment aimed at encouraging writers to find and nourish their stories. Adults are welcome, but please plan to participate. $13/girl • $2/adult Dec 3 • 1-3:30 p.m. Women Writing For (a) Change 4638 E. State Road 45, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Nutcracker Dance Workshop Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4

Not Just Popcorn Grades: Family Office Code: 2052

Butter on popcorn is old news! Not Just Popcorn features nearly 400 flavors of popcorn—all made from scratch and by hand! Your senses will be delighted, as you tour this one-of-a-kind popcorn factory and learn about the unique history of this female-owned business. Save room in your tummy for your take-home popcorn sample! $6/girl • $6/adult Session A: Nov 3 • 6-7 p.m. Session B: Nov 4 • 4-5 p.m.

Office Code: 2050

Join Central Indiana Dance Ensemble and celebrate the magic of The Nutcracker by learning an iconic dance from the ballet. Learn basic ballet steps and see it all come together with classic holiday music. Price includes voucher for each girl to attend The Nutcracker Ballet on December 16th or 17th at the Zionsville Performing Arts Center. $25/girl • $25/adult Dec 2 • 2-4 p.m. Central Indiana Academy of Dance 14950 Greyhound Ct, Carmel Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Session C: Nov 10 • 6-7 p.m. Session D: Nov 11 • 4-5 p.m. Register at girlscoutsindiana.org

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Ornaments in Clay Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Create unique decorations for the holidays. Ornaments of all kinds will be shaped on and off the pottery wheel. All items will be created from scratch. 3-4 weeks items will be ready to pickup or delivered you will need to purchase the potter's badge. $16/girl • $1/adult Session A: Nov 4 • 1:30-3 p.m. Session B: Nov 4 • 3:30-5 p.m.

7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indpls. Session C: Oct. 15 • 1-5 p.m.

Camp Sycamore Valley 8439 SR 26 E. Lafayette Session D: Oct. 22 • 1-5 p.m.

Camp Ada 4731 W. CR 600 S. Spiceland Session E: Nov. 5 • 1-5 p.m.

Camp Na Wa Kwa 7865 E. CR 300 N. Poland Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Session C: Nov 19 • 1:30-3 p.m. Session D: Nov 19 • 3:30-5 p.m.

Pinocchio

The Art Lab 31 E Main St. Carmel

Grades: Family

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Outdoor Art Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Office Code: 2050

Create, hike, explore and more all to complete your Outdoor art badge requirements. Girls will create with clay, make a found object band, create a kite and so much more! We will be exploring at Hohlt Park. $25/girl • $1/adult Session A: Oct 14 • 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (Brownie) Session B: Oct 14 • 1:30-4 p.m. (Junior)

Office Code: 2050

Come to Old Italy, where the kind-hearted puppet maker Gepetto dreams of having a son. To grant his wish, the Blue Fairy brings his wooden puppet Pinocchio to life, and the adventures begin. Like many boys, Pinocchio gets into all sorts of mischief, until he is lured to the Land of Toys by a villain Coachman. Time is running out for Pinocchio to escape before he is turned into a donkey! $15/girl • $3/adult Nov 11 • 10 a.m. Beef and Boards 9301 N Michigan St, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Session C: Oct 15 • 1:30-4 p.m. (Cadette)

Indiana Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd. Indianapolis

Pioneer Holiday Tradition's

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

Outdoor Volunteers Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

We need help leading activities at Camp in outdoor skills, games and badge work. Lead hikes, and work on your Program Aide hours at the same time. Session A: Sept. 10 • 1-5 p.m.

Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd. Morgantown Session B: Sept. 24 • 1-5 p.m.

Camp Dellwood

Learn about holiday traditions of times gone by in the Historic Bronnenberg Home. Make holiday crafts, enjoy warm spiced cider and help us trim our tree. $3/girl • $3/adult Dec 9 • 1 p.m. Mounds State Park 4603 Mounds Rd, Anderson Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864


Ponies & Pampering

Program Aide

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Grades: 6, 7, 8

Office Code: 2056

Office Code: 2056

If you love horses and getting pampered, you are in for a treat! This activity combines two of a girls' favorite things…horses and spa time! Spend time with mom - or another favorite female adult grooming horses, relaxing, and giving each other hand massages. Note: Riding horses is not part of this program. $11/girl • $11/adult Session A: Oct 28 • 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Session B: Nov 18 • 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

Hope for Hearts Farm 1001 W SR 45, Morgantown Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Program Aide training continues on from the LIA award in training cadettes to assist younger girls with their take action projects. This also makes your troop eligible for several council opportunities such as being a Junior Jam Judge, or help at Brownie Spring overnight. You must be a Cadette in 6,7,or 8th grade. Please register online so we know what troops/ or individuals are taking the training. The training is done on your own time at your own place. To get the training please go to our website, anytime activities, Preparing Teen Mentors. All you need is a group of friends, some basic art supplies and time. Completing the training earns the Program Aide pin (available in the Girls Scout showcase). Girls who complete 25 hours of leadership after the training will also earn the Program Aide patch (available in the Girl Scout showcase).

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Central Indiana Dance Ensemble

nUTCRACKER under the artistic direction of Suzann DeLay

presents

the

December 15-17, 2017

Zionsville Performing Arts Center 1000 Mulberry Street • Zionsville • IN

Special Girl Scout Ticket Pricing $18 (adults) and $15 (children up to 18 years old)* for more information, call 317-844-7453 or on the web at www.cidedance.org/girl-scouts/ Be a part of our Sugar Plum Fairy Dessert Party before each matinee at 12:30 pm. Enjoy a treat, make a craft and have a special photo taken with our cast. Tickets to this event are in addition to the performance tickets and each guest must have a ticket. Special Girl Scout Dessert Party tickets are $9.

*Special commerative patch available for registered Girl Scouts

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re! fi p m a c r u o to e m o lc We The s'more the merrier! Public Speaking Grades: 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2056

yourself physically and mentally as you climb higher and higher. Note: This program is designed for girl participation and does not allow time for adults to climb.

They call it stage presence. Sending a powerful message comes from more than just your voice. Come have a fun day learning how to perform, use your body, voice and choice of words to get the outcomes you desire from a crowd. Become our future leaders Ladies!

$7/girl • $2/adult

$8/girl • $2/adult

Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

Session A: Nov 10 • 6-8 p.m. Session B: Nov 11 • 3-5 p.m. Franklin Parks & Recreation 396 Branigin Boulevard, Franklin

Nov 4 • 1-2:30 p.m. Ivy Tech Community College 300 N. 7th St Noblesville

Savvy Citizen

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2053

Rock Climbing Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2052

Let your feet leave the ground, and take on new heights! Learn some climbing lingo, and challenge

What does it take to become a Savvy Citizen? The Indiana Secretary of State’s office will teach you! With their guidance, learn how to get the most out of your money as you earn your Savvy Shopper badge. You will also get an insider’s view of how our government works as you earn your


Inside Government badge. Your day’s adventures will include a tour of the Indiana Statehouse, a chance to talk with Indiana elected officials, and a trip to Circle Centre Mall for some comparison shopping. Note: Each troop is required to provide the minimum number of Safety-Wise adults. Girls attending individually should also be accompanied by an adult. You are responsible for your own for lunch and parking fees.

Adults are welcome, but please plan to participate. $13/girl • $2/adult Nov 5 • 1-3:30 p.m. Women Writing For (a) Change 4638 E. State Road 45, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Scribe

$5/girl • $1/adult Nov 4 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Sew What!? Trick of the Textile Arts

Indiana Government Center 402 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis

Grades: 9, 10

Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Each Scout will learn basic stitches for decorative patching, buttons, embroidery, felting and a quick crochet square for afghan or scarf designs. Join us as we share the rich traditions of quilting and needle arts in a contemporary context. Each senior will make three projects and show their work during a snack time. Badges will be presented at the end of the event.

Office Code: 3125

$16/girl • $2/adult

Do you love Fashion? Found out how science can play a huge roll in fashion as you learn about designing using some traditional - and not so traditional - materials and techniques all while designing some cool accessories. Girls will receive a fashion patch.

Oct 14 • 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

$12/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 16 • 1-4 p.m.

Sherlock Science Beginner at Wonderlab

Session B: Sep 17 • 1-4 p.m.

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Office Code: 2052

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859 Savvy Shopper & Inside Government badges

Science of Fashion

Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

Scribe Writing Circle Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2052

There are so many ways to play with words and the Scribe badge invites Juniors to do just that! Young Women Writing for (a) Change of Bloomington invites Girl Scouts to explore their words in a fun, safe, supportive writing environment aimed at encouraging girls to find and nourish their voices.

The Anderson Center for the Arts 32 W. 10th St, Anderson Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857

Use your science skills and the powers of deduction just like Sherlock Holmes! Learn about fingerprints, extract your own DNA, investigate a crime scene, and talk to an Evidence Technician from the Indiana State Police Department! Do you think you can solve the case? $13/girl • $6/adult Nov 18 • 1:30-2:30 p.m. WonderLab Museum 308 W 4th Street, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Detective

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Sherlock Science Pro at Wonderlab Grades: 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2052

Use your science skills and the powers of deduction just like Sherlock Holmes! Learn about fingerprints, extract your own DNA, investigate a crime scene, and talk to an Evidence Technician from the Indiana State Police Department! Do you think you can solve the case? $13/girl • $6/adult

$7/girl • $1/adult Nov 4 • 12-1 p.m. Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

Silly Safaris: Pets Badge Grades: 2, 3

Nov 18 • 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Office Code:3125

WonderLab Museum 308 W 4th Street, Bloomington

Have a pet, want a pet or just love animals? Learn all about different kinds of animals as a Silly Safaris' funologist leads you through the program. You will get to interact with different animals. This will be a very high-energy show, so come ready to have fun, learn about animals, and earn your Pets badge!

Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Special Agent

Shining Stars Improv

$7/girl • $1/adult

Grades: All

Nov 4 • 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Office Code: 2056

Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Come join us for a fun morning of theater games! Improvisational theater, made popular by shows like Who's Line is it, anyway? And organizations like ComedySportz, allows girls to enjoy the fun and energy of theater without the pressure of line memorization or theater performance. Girls will learn exciting theater games which will encourage teamwork, imagination, and artistic expressionall while having the fun of being a 'star" on our Auditorium stage! the time will fly as our "Shinning Stars" earn a badge that will put them on their path to being performers! $9/girl • $2/adult Session A: Sep 16 • 9–:11 a.m.

Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809 Pets

Slumber at the Speeday Grades: All Office Code: 2000

Celebrate Juliette Gordon Low's birthday by sleeping under the stars, riding your bike around the track, dancing the night away at a ghoulish dance party, experiencing fall activities and tent-or-treating!

Session B: Sep 16 • 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

Overnight: $10/girl • $8/adult Day: $8/girl • $6/adult

Session C: Sep 16 • 2-4 p.m.

Oct 28

Recreation Annex 300 N. 7th St Noblesville

12-5 p.m. • Exhibits

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

7-9 p.m. • DJ

5-6:30 p.m. • Bike Oct 29

Silly Safaris: Daisies Grades: K, 1 Office Code: 3125

Have a pet, want a pet or just love animals? Learn all about different kinds of animals as a Silly Safaris' funologist leads you through the program. You will get to interact with different animals. This will be a very high-energy show, so come ready to have fun, learn about animals, and earn your Pets badge!

9-10 a.m. • Check Out Contact: Diana Keely • 317.924.6856


Slumber at the Speedway Join us for a day of fun or for an overnight adventure at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Oct 28-29 | Day and overnight

Kiss the bricks!

Oct 28 12-5 p.m. • Exhibits 5-6:30 p.m. • Bike 7-9 p.m. • DJ Oct 29 9-10 a.m. • Check Out

Society of Women Engineers Girl Scout Day at Purdue University

Spooky Science

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Office Code: 2053

Office Code: 2053

Join the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at Purdue University for a fun day of hands-on engineering activities! Learn about the many different ways engineering is used every day and try your skills in several of these areas. Lunch and fun patch included.

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Make things bubble, fizz, glow and ooze in this special holiday event. Girls will also create spooktacular costume accessories and hack decorations using simple circuits and LED lights. $25/girl • $1/adult

$12/girl • $8/adult

Oct 21 • 1-4 p.m.

Session A: Oct 21 • 9:30 a.m. -2 p.m. 6, 7, 8

1st Maker Space at Shortridge High School 3401 N Meridian St, Indianapolis

Session B: Feb 10 • 9:30 a.m. -2 p.m. 2, 3, 4, 5 Purdue University West Lafayette

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

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Make today the day to learn something new. Spooky Science at the Museum Grades: Family Office Code: 2050

Discover what you can see, make and do at the ISM’s Family Night Out! Get set for Halloween with a night of spooky family fun. Light up the night with glow-in-the-dark art projects, trick-or-treat around the galleries and go on a behind-the-scenes flashlight tour…if you dare! $5/girl • $5/adult Oct 13 • 6-8 p.m. Indiana State Museum 650 W. Washington St Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute Session C: Sep 30 • 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburgh Session D: Nov 5 • 2:30-4 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Bloomington 1000 N Walnut St, Ste I, Bloomington Session E: Nov 12 • 2:30-4 p.m. Math and Science Center, Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Session F: Nov 19 • 2:30-4 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Kokomo 815 W Superior St, Kokomo Session G: Dec 2 • 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Striving for Sliver Classroom

Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville

Grades: 6, 7, 8

Session H: Dec 10 • 2:30-4 p.m.

Office Code: 2053

Are you interested in earning your Girl Scout Silver Award - the highest honor a Girl Scout Cadette can earn? If so, then this informational session is the best place for you to start. We'll outline each of the eight steps required on the path toward earning your Girl Scout Silver Award. You will also take a closer look at what is required to choose, design, and implement a Girl Scout Silver Award Take Action project. While this session is recommended for any girl interested in pursuing her Girl Scout Silver Award, you are encouraged to invite adult mentors (Girl Scout leader, parent, etc.) who will be supporting you during the process to also attend. Note: This is the same training as the Striving for Silver Webinar. Registration closes one week prior. $4/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 17 • 2:30-4 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E. Lafayette Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Striving for Sliver Webinar Grades: 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2053

Note: This is the same training as the Striving for Silver Classroom. All participants must have access to high speed Internet with either a speaker/microphone or a telephone (preferably a speakerphone). Web cam not required. Registration closes one week prior.. $2/girl • $1/adult Session A: Aug 31 • 5:30-7 p.m.

Session B: Sep 26 • 6-7:30 p.m. Camp Ada Session C: Oct 18 • 6-7:30 p.m. 4731 W CR 600S, Spiceland Session D: Nov 16 • 6-7:30 p.m. Session B: Sep 24 • 2:30-4 p.m. Session E: Dec 12 • 6-7:30 p.m.


Session F: Jan 24 • 6-7:30 p.m. Online

Math and Science Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Contact: Jaime Hubbard • 317.924.6859

Session D: Sep 19 • 6-7:30 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville

Subaru STEM Day

Session E: Sep 20 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

Office Code: 2054

Come join us for a tour of the subaru plant and try your hand at one of the many STEM experiments! Pizza included! Must be 10 and older.

Session F: Oct 11 • 6-7:30 p.m. Camp Sycamore Valley 8436 State Road 26 E, Lafayette

$8/girl • $5/adult

Session G: Oct 12 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Sep 15 • 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edim

Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. Lafayette Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857

Session H: Oct 24 • 6-7:30 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Richmond Session I: Oct 25 • 6-7:30 p.m.

Super Cookies! Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2050

Boost your girls’ cookie sales by creating custom marketing flyers! We’ll be designing cute cookie portraits and cookie cartoons…perfect to snap pics of and post on social media to get the word out about Cookie Season! $11/girl • $2/adult Session A: Jan 13 • 9:30-10:45 a.m. Session B: Jan 13 • 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Session C: Jan 13 • 1-2:15 p.m. Session D: Jan 13 • 2:30-3:45 p.m. Ten West Center for the Arts 10 West Church St., Fortville Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Girl Scout Service Center at Bloomington 1000 N Walnut Suite H, Bloomington Contact: Katie Wahlstrom • 317.924.6809

VIT Pin Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

VIT-Volunteer In Training-gives you the opportunity to help troops and help with council events. Complete the training on your own time, at your own pace and earn the VIT pin. Access training information: www.girlscoutsindiana.org/girls/leadership Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Superhero Science Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 3125

It's a Bird, it's a plane-NO, it's Superhero Science! Discover the secrets behind superhero's special powers as we experiment with some of their amazing talents. Everyone has a superhero inside them waiting to be discovered come check out Superhero Science!

The pin is available for purchase at any local Girl Scout showcase.

$5.50/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 11 • 5-6:30 p.m. Session B: Sep 12 • 5:30-7 p.m. Session C: Sep 13 • 6-7:30 p.m. Register at girlscoutsindiana.org

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Take Aim for Archery Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2056

Set your eye on the target, and take aim for a fun session of archery practice! Come and learn how to shoot the target. Will you get a bulls eye? $15/girl • $1/adult Session A: Sep 7 • 6 p.m. Session B: Sep 14 • 6 p.m. Session C: Sep 21 • 6 p.m. Session D: Sep 28 • 6 p.m. Session E: Oct 5 • 5:30 p.m. Koteewi Range Sport and Archery Center 22735 Essig Ave, Noblesville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Tech-xpert Advanced at Wonderlab Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Experiment. Learn. Repeat.

Office Code: 2052

Can you imagine life without all the awesome technology we use every day? Wonderlab has designed an exclusive event to show you some gadgets and ideas you might not know about! You'll work with local experts to learn in-depth computer programming, get to play with robots, and explore all the museum has to offer. $13/girl • $6/adult

Taco Tuesday Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2050

Come out for yummy tacos, games, and craft night with fellow Girl Scouts.

Oct 14 • 3-4:30 p.m. WonderLab Museum 308 W 4th Street, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Website Designer

$7/girl • $5/adult Oct 24 • 5-7 p.m. Southeastway Park 5624 Carroll Rd, New Palestine Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Tech-xpert Young at Wonderlab Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Office Code: 2052

Can you imagine life without all the awesome technology we use every day? Wonderlab has designed an exclusive event to show you some gadgets and ideas you might not know about! You'll try your hand at basic computer


programming, get to play with robots, and explore all that the museum has to offer. $13/girl • $6/adult Oct 14 • 1-2:30 p.m. WonderLab Museum 308 W 4th Street, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834 Computer Expert

Toss of Faith with the Indianapolis Colts

Tough Cookie Run Grades: Family Office Code: 2056

Are you a tough cookie? Bring out the whole family to have some fun and get down and dirty as you run, climb, and crawl through obstacles on the trails of Camp Gallahue. Test your abilities in fun fitness activities. $10/girl • $10/adult Sep 23 • 3-4 p.m.

Grades: Family

Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Office Code: 2050

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Cheer on the Indianapolis Colts as they take on the Tennessee Titans. Enjoy an exclusive opportunity on the field after the big game. Participate in the Colts' annual faith based post-game round up. You and your troop, family and friends can take photos on the Colts field and other exciting opportunities.

Tough Cookie Run Volunteers Grades: Family Office Code: 2056

Note: Fee includes game ticket, exclusive postgame round up, and on field photo opp. This event will help you work towards earning your My Promise My Faith pin.

Volunteer to help pass out water, hand out t-shirts, help guide runners on the trail. Fee includes t-shirt and other prizes.

$61/ girl • $61/adult

Sep 23 • 3-4 p.m.

Nov 26 • 1 p.m. kickoff

Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Lucas Oil Stadium 500 S Capitol Ave, Indianapolis

$10/girl • $10/adult

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Trees Tough Cookie Run Cook- Out Grades: Family Office Code: 2056

Are you a tough cookie? Bring out the whole family to have some fun and get down and dirty as you run, climb, and crawl through obstacles on the trails of Camp Gallahue. Test your abilities in fun fitness activities. $10/girl • $10/adult Sep 23 • 3-4 p.m. Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Grades: 6, 7, 8 Office Code: 2056

Grab your naturalist hat and get ready to know treesfrom shade to the science, the fruit to the forest and the legends to the lumber. To know trees is to love them! $8/girl • $2/adult Sep 23 • 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Forest Park Lodge Basement 701 Cicero Rd. Noblesville Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

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Trefoil and Heart String

Whoooo's For Lunch

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5

Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Office Code: 2050

Office Code: 2056

Using stencils to help design trefoils and heart placement girls will design a hammered nail design. Using embroidery floss a string design is made by connecting nails in a pattern. Leave the workshop with a 5” x 9” trefoil design on wood

Join the naturalist and learn more about owls and their prey. Dissect an owl pellet and see who was for lunch.

$18/girl • $1/adult

$3/ girl • $3/adult Nov 11 • 1 p.m.

Session A: Dec 3 • 1-2:30 p.m.

Mounds State Park 4603 Mounds Rd, Anderson

Session B: Dec 3 • 3:30-5 p.m.

Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

The Art Lab 31 E Main St, Carmel Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

Wild About Animals Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Triple Threat: Dance, Cheer, Tumble

Office Code: 2056

Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Equine therapy, potentially Voice for Animals and Animal Helpers badges.

Office Code: 2052

$TBA/girl • $TBA/adult

Get yourself movin' and groovin' with the experts at Kicks Unlimited! Learn a fun hip hop dance routine, practice the latest motion-and-dance techniques, and shout it out with cheers, chants, and sidelines. Basic tumble skills will be included.

TBA • TBA Peacefield Equine Sanctuary 9811 E Davis Ave, Terre Haute Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

$9/girl • $2/adult Session A: Oct 15 • 3-4:15 p.m. K, 1, 2, 3 Session B: Nov 12 • 3-4:15 p.m. 2, 3, 4, 5 Kicks Unlimited Dance 2110 W Fountain Dr, Bloomington Contact: Kate Weidner • 317.924.6834

VIT Pin Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

VIT or Volunteer in training is offered for Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors. Becoming a VIT gives girls the opportunity to help troops and continue their help with council events. Go to our website go to anytime patches, look under Preparing Teen Mentors. Completing the training earns the VIT pin (available in the Girl Scout showcase). Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864

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Winter is for the Birds! Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Office Code: 2056

Join the naturalist and learn how birds survive the winter, what birds eat during this cold time of year (and make your own suet cake to take home), meet any long distance visitors that might come here to winter. $5/ girl • $5/adult Jan 13 • 1 0 a.m. Mounds State Park 4603 Mounds Rd, Anderson Contact: Barb Nichols • 317.924.6864


Winterfest

YouthSpark: Hour-Code

Grades: All Join us for the perfect introduction to the holiday season. Visit the beautiful winter Wonderland; visit with the “Winter Princess” for a photograph and tea party, and three holiday winter crafts. Badges will be presented at the end of the event.

Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

$17/girl • $6/adult Session A: Dec 9 • 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Session B: Dec 9 • 1-3:30 p.m. The Anderson Center for the Arts 32 W. 10th St, Anderson Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857

Office Code: 2050

Join us for this 90-minute workshop to take part in the global Hour of Code movement. Go behind the scenes to learn how to code, program, and play in your own gaming world. You’ll use fun, interactive coding to learn how creativity and problem solving come together to make something all your own. $4/girl • $1/adult (practice dinner included) Session A: Oct 3 • 5-7 p.m. Session B: Oct 10 • 5-7 p.m. Microsoft Store Fashion Mall, Indianapolis Contact: Kendra Nowell • 317.924.6811

You’re Invited! Etiquette for the Modern Girl Scout Grades: 4, 5 Office Code: 2054

Let us guide you through the steps of preparing for a dinner party and the manners needed for dining on a special occasion. Girl Scout Juniors will learn about the art of table talk, will set a dining table, make and write and sign a thank you note or invitation, and prepare a special occasion party plan. The best part of the workshop is putting our new skills into practice as we eat a small practice dinner together and enjoy new and old friends. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. $18/girl • $5/adult (practice dinner included) Nov 4 • 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. The Anderson Center for the Arts 32 W. 10th St, Anderson Contact: Deb Thomas • 317.924.6857 Social Butterfly badge

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General information Meg Booth Director of Volunteer Services 317.924.6839 mbooth@girlscoutsindiana.org

Session cancellations

Maria Quiroz-Southwood Adult Development Manager 317.924.6862 mquiroz@girlscoutsindiana.org

2. Sessions not meeting enrollment minimums by the registration deadline may be cancelled.

Kayleigh Graul Volunteer Services Manager 317.924.6818 kgraul@girlscoutsindiana.org

4. If you are unable to attend a session call 317.924.6862.

Recommended adult learning for new leader success •

Girl Scouting 101

Introduction to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

New Leader Workshop

Grade Level

CPR/First Aid

Session fees •

Learning sessions are free, except where indicated.

All payments must accompany registration and may be paid by cash, check, money order, MasterCard, Visa or Discover. Make checks and money orders payable to GSCI. Do not send cash in the mail.

Registration procedures Registration can be completed at any service center, telephone, email or online. To register online, go to the Events tab on girlscoutsindiana.org and click on "Girl Events and Adult Learning." To register by mail, send completed registration form and required fee, if applicable, to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana ATTN: Volunteer Services 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214 Phone: 317.924.6862 Email: mquiroz@girlscoutsindiana.org Registrations are accepted at any service center location. See inside front cover for a full listing of addresses and hours.

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Registration closes one week prior to sessions.

3. Pre-registration is required.

Session refunds •

Refunds are issued if the session is cancelled due to lack of minimum enrollment.

If you cannot attend a session for which you have paid, you can transfer to another session by notifying us before enrollment deadline, or you can send another person in your place. Refunds are made only if session is cancelled by council.

Session locations We strive to offer sessions at convenient locations and where the majority of volunteers drive no more than 30 miles. Trainings can come directly to your service unit if requested four weeks in advance and provide a minimum of five volunteers. Session facilitators In most cases, facilitators are volunteers just like you. They receive no compensation and are giving their time to prepare volunteers to lead and work with girls. Adult learning registration •

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Registration for sessions closes one week prior to scheduled session. Call 317.924.6862 after the registration deadline to check on session availability.

As children can be distracting to participants and the facilitator, we ask you to not bring children to adult training sessions.

Adult learning session calendar Adult learning opportunities are frequently added to our calendar. For a complete list of sessions, visit girlscoutsindiana.org


Adult learning recommendations For a successful year, take the following workshops:

New Leaders Introduction to GSCI

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New Leader Workshop

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Grade Level

= Prepared Leader

Experienced Leaders Grade Level

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Enrichments

= Prepared Leader

Visit girlscoutsindiana.org to register.

Adult learning Experience a blend of adult training methods to fully prepare you to work with girls. Learn skills to engage girls in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE). Note: If you are attending a classroom session, bring paper, pen, and Journey book as appropriate. If you are attending outdoor sessions, bring a hat, bandana or fire scarf, and wear appropriate outdoor clothing and footwear. For all day trainings, you may want to bring a sack lunch and beverage. For the most current listings and descriptions check the Adult Learning calendar at girlscoutsindiana.org.

Online learning: Introduction to GSCI We are currently offering Girl Scouting 101, Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador, and Multi-age level sessions and Registrar training. Visit girlscoutsindiana.org/volunteer to view these sessions.

Core leadership development The Girl Scout Leadership Experience focuses on girl led activities, learning by doing, and cooperative learning. Learn how to engage girls in planning and having fun, while gaining specific knowledge, skills, behaviors, and values in Girl Scouting. Core sessions offer learning opportunities for new to experienced adults.

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Girl Scouting 101 Online

Session 4: Aug 24 • 6-8 p.m.

This online home-study contains information on Girl Scouts basics, ways girls can participate, and what girls do in Girl Scouting. Participants review key principles of Girl Scouts and how girls thrive in Girl Scouts.

Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburg

Who should attend: Anyone new to Girl Scouting, volunteers, parents and community members. Fee: None Time: 45 minutes Login at http://training.girlscouts.org and select "Girl Scouting 101" in English or Spanish. Enter your personal information and select “Central Indiana” from the drop down box as your council.

New Leader Workshop New Leader Workshop is what every new troop leader and assitant leader needs. Learn the essentials of troop management and safety while making sure girls are having fun. Explore the resources available for you and your girls.

Session 5: Aug 26 • 9:30-11:30 a.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Session 6: Aug 29 • 6-8 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville Session 7: Aug 31 • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette Session 8: Sep 16 • 10 a.m.-noon Mt Auburn United Methodist Church 3100 W Stones Crossing, Greenwood Session 9: Sep 9 • 9:30-11:30 a.m. St. Vincent Carmel Hospital 13500 N Meridian St, Carmel Session 10: Sep 13 • 6-8 p.m.

New leaders who attend this session receive a troop start up kit and Volunteer Essentials.

Girl Scout Service Center at Indianapolis 7201 Girl Scout Ln, Indianapolis

Who should attend: All new leaders, volunteers and anyone who needs information on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and Journeys.

Session 11: Sep 14 • 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Fee: None

Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette Session 12: Sep 16 • 9:30-11:30 a.m

Time: 2 hours Session 1: Aug 17 • 6-8 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Session 13: Sep 23 • 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Session 2: Aug 20 • 2-4 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Girl Scout Service Center at Richmond TBA

Session 14: Sep 23 • 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Session 3: Aug 22 • 6-8 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburg

Girl Scout Service Center at Bloomington 1000 N Walnut St, Ste I, Bloomington

Session 15: Sep 28 • 6-8 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Bloomington 1000 N Walnut St, Ste I, Bloomington Session 16: Sep 30 • 9:30-11:30 a.m.

I love being able to witness the start of friendships that I know will last a lifetime! These girls will grow up together into confident, positive, and capable women who have shared so many experiences and memories.

- Julia Macias, Volunteer

Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville Session 17: Oct 8 • 2-4 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Richmond TBA Session 18: Oct 12 • 6-8 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Ln, Indianapolis Session 19: Oct 14 • 9:30-11:30 a.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette


Session 20: Oct 21 • TBA

Session 1: Aug 26 • 12-2 p.m.

Bloomington Super Saturday TBA

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis,IN

Session 21: Oct 23 • 6-8 p.m.

Session 2: Sep 16 • 12:45-2:45 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Mount Auburn United Methodist Church 3100 W Stones Crossing, Greenwood

Session 22: Oct 26 • 6-8 p.m.

Session 3: Sep 9 • 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Kokomo 815 W Superior St, Kokomo

St. Vincent Carmel Hospital 13500 N Meridian St, Carmel

Session 23: Nov 7 • 6-8 p.m.

Session 4: Sep 16 • 12-2 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

Session 24: Nov 29 • 10 a.m.-noon

Session 5: Sep 19 • 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette

Session 25: Dec 7 • 6-8 p.m.

Session 6: Sep 23 • 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Session 26: Jan 6 • 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Session 7: Sep 23 • 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburg

Session 27: Jan 25 • 6:30-8:30 p.m

Session 8: Sep 30 • 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette

Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville

Session 28: Jan 30 • 10 a.m.-noon

Session 9: Oct 8 • 4-6 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Girl Scout Service Center at Richmond TBA

Grade Level Grade level training helps volunteers foster a girl-led environment whether girls are Daisies or Ambassadors. Discover activities, awards and resources specific to each grade level. These sessions are perfect for new and experienced volunteers who have troops bridging to the next level. Who should attend: All leaders, advisors, program facilitators and volunteers or anyone working with girls at specific grade levels. Fee: None Time: 2 hours, classroom session Girl Scout Daisy Summarizes the Journey books available for Girl Scout Daisies, awards, characteristics and appropriate expectations of this age level. Learn how to weave Girl Scout traditions into your troop. Receive tools and suggestions for troop meetings. Learn how to utilize available resources including parent and community help.

Session 10: Oct 14 • 12-2 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette Session 11: Oct 19 • 6-8 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville Session 12: Oct 21 • TBA Bloomington Super Saturday TBA Session 13: Oct 24 • 6-8 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Session 14: Nov 14 • 10 a.m.-noon Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Session 15: Jan 6 • 12-2 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

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Girl Scout Brownie Summarizes the Journey books available for Girl Scout Brownies, awards, characteristics and appropriate expectations of this age level. Learn how to blend traditions, program and camping opportunities with the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Receive tools and tips for parent involvement and community resources.

Session 6: Sep 23 • 12:30-2:30 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis Session 7: Sep 23 • 12:30-2:30 p.m. Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburg Session 8: Sep 30 • 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Session 1: Aug 26 • 12-2 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Dalevillee

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Session 9: Oct 4 • 10 a.m.-noon

Session 2: Sep 16 • 12:45-2:45 p.m.

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Mt. Auburn United Methodist Church 3100 W Stones Crossing, Greenwood

Session 10: Oct 8 • 4-6 p.m.

Session 3: Sep 9 • 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Richmond TBA

St. Vincent Carmel Hospital 13500 N Meridian St, Carmel

Session 11: Oct 14 • 12-2 p.m.

Session 4: Sep 16 • 12-2 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette

Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

Session 12: Oct 19 • 6-8 p.m.

Session 5: Sep 19 • 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville

Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette

Session 13: Oct 21 • TBA Bloomington Super Saturday TBA

Super Saturday & Sunday Super Saturdays are learning events filled with multiple learning sessions. Come for one session, or stay for the day. Aug 26

Sep 23

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Girl Scout Service Center at Columbus 3254 W Market Place, Edinburg

Sep 9

Sep 30

Mt. Auburn United Methodist Church 3100 W Stones Crossing, Greenwood

Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville 13555 W CR 550 S, Daleville

Sep 9

Oct 14

St. Vincent Carmel Hospital 13500 N Meridian St, Carmel

Girl Scout Service Center at Lafayette 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette

Sep 16

Oct 21

Girl Scout Service Center at Terre Haute Girl 1100 Girl Scout Lane, Terre Haute

Bloomington TBA

Sep 23 Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis


Girl Scout Junior Summarizes the Journey books available for Girl Scout Juniors. Covers awards earned at this level including the Bronze Award, but does not replace required training for this award. Blend the Girl Scout Leadership Experience with Girl Scout traditions, program, travel and camping opportunities. Learn about finances, available resources, characteristics and appropriate expectations for this grade level.

that if you register you are expected to attend. Our facilitators are busy volunteers just like you!

Session 1: Aug 26 • 12-2 p.m.

Girl Scout Brownie Webinar

Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Session 1: Sep 6 • 6:30-8 p.m.

Session 2: Sep 9 • 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Session 3: Dec 12 • 6:30-8 p.m.

St. Vincent Carmel Hospital 13500 N Meridian St, Carmel

Girl Scout Junior Webinar

We offer numerous webinars so that you can gain updated information from the comfort of your own home. With the grade level trainings you will: Learn troop management techniques/tips/ tricks, explore the Girl Scout Journeys for that grade level, learn about the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and locate council resources that can help you have a fun and safe year! Log in to our virtual classroom through your computer or smartphone. An experienced volunteer facilitator will guide the discussion and answer any questions you may have. This session is free but keep in mind

Explore the newest tool available for all leaders and co-leaders!

Girl Scout Daisy Webinar Session 1: Aug 22 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 2: Oct 10 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 3: Dec 6 • 6:30-8 p.m.

Session 2: Oct 18 • 6:30-8 p.m.

For details regarding Girl Scout Junior, Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador learning sessions contact Maria Quiroz-Southwood - 317.924.6862.

Online Learning

Note: All webinars are are online via GoToWebinar.

Session 1: Sep 12 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 2: Nov 1 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 3: Jan 9 • 6:30-8 p.m. Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Webinar Session 1: Sep 20 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 2: Nov 7 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 3: Jan 17 • 6:30-8 p.m. Multi-Grade Level Troop Management Webinar Session 1: Oct 4 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 2: Nov 15 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 3: Jan 23 • 6:30-8 p.m.

Volunteer Tool Kit

Volunteer Toolkit - Leader Support Webinars via GoToWebinar. Session 1: Aug 30 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 2: Sep 26 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 3: Oct 24 • 6:30-8 p.m. Session 4: Nov 28 • 6:30-8 p.m. Plan meetings, communicate with parents, and access new badges & journey activities found only on the volunteer tool kit. Join the conversation! @girlscoutsin girlscoutsindiana.org/volunteers

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kaleid sc pe Nov 11 Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214 Fee: $20 • Includes lunch Don’t miss this full day of learning! Learn a variety of core leadership development sessions and enrichments to help you lead girls to new experiences—and show them they’re capable of more than they ever imagined. There is something for everyone- regardless of your level of experience. Learn about: troop travel, junior jam prep, outdoor skills, ceremonies, orienteering, SWAPS, crafts and much more! Registration for this fun day opens at girlscoutsindiana.org on Oct 1.

Lead girls to new discoveries!

CPR/ First Aid CPR/ First Aid - In person Every troop is required to have at least one CPR/ First Aid certified adult. CPR and First Aid Certification: Our courses, led by certified CPR/First Aid instructors provide a two-year certification with a nationally recognized organization (adult, child and infant CPR, First Aid, and AED). Pre-registration is required. Fee: $10 Session 1: Aug 19 • 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214 Session 2: Sep 16 • 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214 Session 3: Oct 14 • 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214 Session 4: Nov 11 • CPR and First Aid Certification Online Skills Check Off: at Kaleidoscope Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214 Session 5: Nov 18 • 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214 Session 6: Dec 9 • 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214

Outdoor skills The outdoor experience has always been an important component of the Girl Scout Program. Before a girl can experience the benefits of hiking, camping, and more, adult volunteers need to know essential information to have successful, safe outings. Some sessions are offered for leaders to learn alongside their troops so both can gain ever-increasing confidence and skills.


Outdoor Fundamentals Learn the progression of outdoor activities appropriate for your troop. Make planning outdoor experiences girl-led. Review how to reserve council sites, what to pack, and important safety precautions. Select dates run in conjunction with girl programs. Register your girl for the program and then attend the adult learning session at the same time.

Session 4: Nov 5 • 1-5 p. m. Runs in conjunction with Brownie Outdoor Adventurer, Daisy Between Earth and Sky, and Junior Geocacher. Camp Na Wa Kwa 7865 E CR 300 N, Poland

Outdoor Cooking Basics

Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd, Morgantown

Learn fire safety, build a fire, and explore outdoor cooking techniques over a fire and propane stove. Whether you are preparing for an afternoon picnic, getting ready for your service unit camporee, or planning your first overnight camping experience, you will leave feeling prepared to cook with your troop. Want to make a day of it? Register for the Outdoor Fundamentals course which immediately follows each session.

Session 2: Oct 15 • 1-5 p.m.

Fee: $6

Camp Sycamore Valley 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette

Session 1: Sep 10 • 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Runs in conjunction with Girl Program – Cadette Archery and Daisy Troop Camper.

Camp Gallahue 6758 Bear Creek Rd, Morgantown

Session 3: Oct 22 • 1-5 p.m Runs in conjunction with Arts in the Outdoors.

Session 2: Oct 15 • 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Fee: $6 Session 1: Sep 10 • 2-5 p.m. Runs in conjunction with Girl Program – Brownie Hiker and Flower Garden.

Camp Ada 4731 W CR 600 S, Spiceland

Camp Sycamore Valley 8439 SR 26 E, Lafayette Session 3: Oct 22 • 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Did you know Girl Scouts of Central Indiana is no longer coordinating lifeguards and archery facilitators for service unit events We strongly encourage all service units to have individials certified in archery, lifeguarding and small craft. See dates and locations under outdoor activities.

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Camp Ada 4732 W CR 600 S, Spiceland Session 4: Nov 5 • 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Camp Na Wa Kwa 7865 E County Rd 300 N, Poland

Session 2: Sep 24 • 2.-3:30 p.m. Girl-Led Camp Prep for Brownies Camp Dellwood 2301 N Girl School Indianapolis

Outdoor Advanced Skills

USA Archery Level 1 Certification

Ready to take it to the next level? Learn to tend a tent, explore camping equipment offered at each council site, safely build and extinguish a fire, menu planning, leave no trace techniques, and how to make outdoor planning girl-led. Outdoor Basics or Fundamentals training session is a pre-requisite for this session.

Want to take your troop to an archery pitch at one of our camps? Become a certified archery instructor through this one day course. Certification lasts for three years.

Fee: $6

Camp Ada 4732 W CR 600 S, Spiceland

Session 1: Sep 23 • 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Camp Dellwood 2301 N Girl School Indianapolis Session 2: Oct 21 • 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Camp Ada 4732 W CR 600 S, Spiceland

Outdoor Enrichment: Girl-Led Camping Prep

Fee: $65 Session 1: Aug 26 • 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Songs and Games Learn Girl Scout songs and games for Daisy and Brownies. Nov 5 • 2:30-3:30 p.m. This session runs in conjunction with the Meet Goldie Girl Program. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis

Focusing on your girls’ grade level, discover how to make planning outdoor experiences girl-led with this outdoor enrichment training at Camp Dellwood. While your troop attends Animals in Camp, you will learn how to empower your troop to plan their next adventure. Note: These sessions run in conjunction with Animals in our Camp Girl program. Session 1: Sep 24 • 12:30-1:30 p.m. Girl-Led Camp Prep for Daisies Camp Dellwood 2301 N Girl School Indianapolis

Help others find their footing. Become a council facilitator. Sep 30 • 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Leadership & Learning Center 7201 Girl Scout Lane, Indianapolis 46214 For more information, contact Meg Booth at mbooth@girlscoutsindiana.org or 317.924.6839


Safety guidelines 1. Follow the Safety Activity Checkpoints. Instructions for staying safe while participating in activities are detailed in the Safety Activity Checkpoints. Read the checkpoints, follow them, and share them with other volunteers, parents, and girls (as grade-level appropriate) before engaging in activities with girls. These are found at girlscoutsindiana.org in the volunteer section of our website. 2. Arrange for proper adult supervision of girls. Your group must have at least two unrelated, approved adult volunteers present at all times, plus additional adult volunteers as necessary, depending on the size of the group and the ages and abilities of girls. Adult volunteers must be at least 18 years old and must be screened by the council before volunteering. One lead volunteer in every group must be female. 3. Get parent/guardian permission. When an activity takes place that is outside the normal time and place, advise each parent/guardian of the details of the activity and obtain permission for girls to participate. 4. Report abuse. Sexual advances, improper touching, and sexual activity of any kind with girl members are forbidden. Physical, verbal, and emotional abuse of girls is also forbidden. Report any suspected abuse or neglect to the Indiana Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 800.800.5556, and contact Diana Keely, director of program, at 317.924.6856 to alert the council that you have made the call. Under Indiana law, each citizen of Indiana is considered a “mandated reporter” and State law requires the Department of Child Services to protect the identity of the reporter. 5. Be prepared for emergencies. Work with girls and other adults to establish and practice procedures for emergencies related to weather, fire, lost girls/adults, and site security. Always keep handy a well-stocked first-aid kit, girl health histories, and contact information for girls’ families. 6. Travel safely. When transporting girls to planned Girl Scout field trips and other activities that are outside the normal time and place, every driver must be an approved adult volunteer and have a good driving record, a valid license, and a registered/insured vehicle. Insist that everyone is in a legal seat and wears her seat belt at all times, and adhere to state laws regarding booster seats and requirements for children in rear seats. 7. Ensure safe overnight outings. Prepare girls to be away from home by involving them in planning, so they know what to expect. Avoid having men sleep in the same space as girls and women. During family or parentdaughter overnights, one family unit may sleep in the same sleeping quarters in program areas. When parents are staffing events, daughters should remain in quarters with other girls rather than in staff areas. 8. Role-model the right behavior. Never use illegal drugs. Don’t consume alcohol, smoke, or use foul language in the presence of girls. Do not carry ammunition or firearms in the presence of girls unless given special permission by Girl Scouts of Central Indiana council for group marksmanship activities. 9. Create an emotionally safe space. Adults are responsible for making Girl Scouting a place where girls are as safe emotionally as they are physically. Protect the emotional safety of girls by creating a team agreement and coaching girls to honor it. Agreements typically encourage behaviors like respecting a diversity of feelings and opinions; resolving conflicts constructively; and avoiding physical and verbal bullying, clique behavior, and discrimination. 10. Ensure that no girl is treated differently. Girl Scouts welcome all members, regardless of race, ethnicity, background, disability, family structure, religious beliefs, and socioeconomic status. When scheduling, helping plan, and carrying out activities, carefully consider the needs of all girls involved, including school schedules, family needs, financial constraints, religious holidays, and the accessibility of appropriate transportation and meeting places. 11. Promote online safety. Instruct girls never to put their full names or contact information online, engage in virtual conversation with strangers, or arrange in-person meetings with online contacts. On group websites, publish girls’ first names only and never divulge their contact information. Teach girls the Girl Scout Online Safety Pledge (at www.girlscouts.org/help/Internet_safety_pledge.asp) and have them commit to it. 12. Keep girls safe during money-earning. Girl Scout cookies and other council-sponsored product sales are an integral part of the program. During Girl Scout Product Programs, you are responsible for the safety of girls, money, and products. In addition, a wide variety of organizations, causes, and fundraisers may appeal to Girl Scouts to be their labor force. When representing Girl Scouts, girls cannot participate in money-earning activities that represent partisan politics or that are not Girl Scout–approved product sales and efforts. girlscoutsindiana.org/volunteers

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Girl Scout University provides leadership and professional development to empower YOU to empower HER.

gsuniversity.girlscouts.org

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and GSUSA resources and publications

integrated with journeys, information on legacy badges to earn, and skill building badges to earn. They are available at Showcase locations.

Volunteer Essentials and Intro Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

Be in the know. Volunteer Connections is our enewsletter for volunteers delivered via email. Subscribe at girlscoutsindiana.org to learn about events and more.

Volunteer Essentials is the national volunteer handbook to use as needed. This online resource can be found at girlscoutsindiana.org in the volunteer resources section. Obtain a printed copy of Volunteer Essentials by attending a grade level training sessions.

Showcase These are retail shops at our eight service center locations.

Journey books The core program of Girl Scouts, these books are complete with a girl book and adult book. They are available at Showcase locations.

Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting The Girl’s Guides are printed resources for girls at each grade level. There are activities that can be

Volunteer Toolkit The Volunteer Toolkit (VTK) is a digital resource that supports troop leaders and co-leaders, making the process of running a troop easier and more efficient. Visit girlscoutsindiana.org to learn more.

Volunteer Connections Enewsletter

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana volunteer service team members and staff All volunteers and staff can serve as a wealth of resources. Find out which council staff is assigned to your geographical area and who your service unit service team members are, including the service unit manager, community troop organizer and registrar.

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Nominate a volunteer for adult recognition There is more than one way to thank a volunteer for making an impact in your girl's life. Nomination forms are available at girlscoutsindiana.org Due: February 1

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Adult recognition It’s about the girls! The focus of adult recognition awards is impact on girls, the council, and the Girl Scout Movement. We encourage you to nominate great volunteers. The nomination should be results oriented, measurable, and include real impact stories. Find nomination forms, award criteria guidelines and other helpful information at girlscoutsindiana.org.

Girl Scouts of the USA recognitions awarded at the council level All nomination forms are due to Volunteer Services on February 1. Appreciation Pin The Appreciation pin recognizes an individual’s exemplary service in support of delivering the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. This service, has measureable impact on one geographic area of service or service unit, helps reach and surpass the mission-delivery goals of the area. The service performed by the candidate is above and beyond the expectations for the position held. Honor Pin The Honor Pin recognizes an individual’s exemplary service in support of delivering the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. This service, having measurable impact on two or more geographic areas of service or service units, allows the council to reach and surpass its mission-delivery goals. The service performed by the candidate is above and beyond the expectations for the position held. Thanks Badge The Thanks Badge honors an individual whose ongoing commitment, leadership, and service have had an exceptional, measurable impact on meeting the mission-delivery goals and priorities of the entire Council or the entire Girl Scout Movement. The outstanding service performed must benefit the entire Council and be significantly above and beyond the call of duty.

Thanks Badge II The Thanks Badge II honors a previous Thanks Badge award recipient who has continued to provide exemplary service in a leadership role which resulted in a measurable impact benefitting the council or entire Girl Scout Movement. President’s Award The President’s Award recognizes the effort of a service team, committee, or volunteer team whose exemplary service in support of delivering the Girl Scout Leadership Experience surpasses team goals and results in significant, measurable impact toward reaching the council’s overall goals.

Girl Scouts of the USA recognition awarded at the National level A council or individual completes the GSUSA nomination form(s) in full and submits along with two letters of endorsement to the director of adult outreach at any time. The nomination is submitted to the Vice President of Global Girl Scouting at GSUSA. This prestigious national award is reviewed by the International Commissioner and approved by the Girl Scouts of the USA National Board of Directors. The Vice President of Global Girl Scouting is responsible for acquiring the medal and coordinating the presentation of the award to the nominee. Juliette Gordon Low World Friendship Medal The Juliette Low World Friendship Medal is awarded to individuals and councils who have enriched and leveraged the global understanding of Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting to grow responsible global citizens. Criteria include impact on girls, commitment, global awareness, leadership and membership.

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana recognition awarded at the council level Required: In addition to a complete nomination, at least one letter of support from an additional adult or girl must be submitted. See award guidelines for more information. Leadership of Excellence Award The Leadership of Excellence Award recognizes an adult volunteer who demonstrates a profound direct impact on the lives of girls and serves as a positive role model. The impact must benefit the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and address the three leadership keys, Discover, Connect and Take Action. At least one of the five outcomes in each of the leadership keys must be identified.


Girl Scouts of the USA recognition awarded at the service unit level

• “She ensures that the girls in her troop have a balanced experience in Girl Scouting.” What makes it balanced? What kind of experiences? What new skills have the girls learned?

A nomination form is completed and submitted to the service team recognition coordinator or to Volunteer Services by April 1. Nominations are reviewed by the service team recognition committee who approves or denies the nomination.

Helpful definitions

Volunteer of Excellence

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

This award recognizes volunteers who have contributed outstanding service while partnering directly with girls in any pathway to implement the Girl Scout Leadership Experience through use of the National Program Portfolio or who have contributed outstanding service in support of the council’s mission delivery to girl and adult members.

Tools and tips for writing successful nominations Nomination guidelines The nomination should be results oriented, measurable and include real impact stories. GSUSA has designed the guidelines and provided examples on how to write nominations that demonstrate measurable impact. It does not need to be difficult; some simple numbers will do. Some basic questions to ask and answer as nominations are written include How many? What? How? Who? Keep the 3 keys to leadership, Discover, Connect, and Take Action in mind. Here are some examples: • “Brittany has been a leader for several years.” How many years? What kind of leadership qualities does she bring? • "She has retained girls in her troop.” How many girls has she retained? • “Her troop participates in service unit events.” What events specifically? How many events? • “The troop has done many community service projects.” How many projects? What are they? Who have they served? Who benefitted? What need have they met? • “The girls in the troop have benefited from their community service.” How have girls benefited from their service? What skills have they developed? What have they learned?

Mission

Vision Girl Scouts strives to be the premier leadership organization for girls and experts on their growth and development. Goals Each local council sets their own goals based on national goals, initiatives, and direction. Each service unit within Girl Scouts of Central Indiana has annual membership girl recruitment goals which are communicated to the service unit manager and/or service team through the community engagement manager assigned to the service unit. In addition, the service unit manager and/or service team is responsible for setting other additional goals, for example, planning a specific number of events and activities to recruit a specific number of girls. The community engagement manager and/or service unit manager can help you find out the goals. Mission delivery Thriving mission delivery grows and sustains membership through volunteer delivery of the GSLE using the national portfolio. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) The three keys to leadership: girls discover themselves and their values; connect with others; and take action to make the world a better place. At Girl Scouts, everything centers around the girl: activities are girl-led, which gives girls the opportunity to learn by doing in a cooperative learning environment. The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting Girls at every grade-level have a Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting. Through fun activities, girls can earn a variety of badges to build the skills and gain the confidence they’ll use to change the world. They can even develop and complete activities to make their own badge. National Leadership Program through Journeys At the core of the GSLE are national leadership girlscoutsindiana.org/volunteers

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Journeys, fun and challenging experiences grouped around a theme and spread over a series of sessions. Each Journey has all the important components of the GSLE sewn right in. Journeys ensure that every Girl Scout receives a consistent, high-quality experience that engages girls in realizing leadership potential. Skill Building badge sets The Skill-Building Badge Activity Sets offer girls the opportunity to earn additional badges throughout their Leadership Journeys. Activities are designed to turn the experiences and inspiration of the Journeys into tangible skills that girls can use throughout their lives. Pathways Pathways are the flexible ways girls and adults can participate in Girl Scouting such as troop, camp, events, series, travel, and virtual.

Need some support writing nominations?

recognition nomination. If you need help or have questions contact: Meg Booth, director of volunteer services 317.924.6839 mbooth@girlscoutsindiana.org.

Informal Adult recognition awards Recognition-do it often and make it meaningful-get creative! Informal recognitions are day-to-day ways to say “thank you” to volunteers. These sincere expressions of appreciation are based on specific contributions, and are given in a timely manner. Informal recognition is powerful and effective, because volunteers feel valued by a personal touch.

We want to ensure the success your adult

Simple ways to Say

THANK YOU!

5 mins or less

30 min or less

1 hour or more

• Check the Girl Scout catalogue or shop online at girlscoutsindiana.org.

• Check out Pinterest for fun DIY projects and recipe ideas!

• Celebrate Leader Appreciation Day on April 22

• Create a frame a photo or create a picture collage

• Send a bouquet of flowers

• Create fun awards (bones-wishbone, funny bone, backbone)

• Create a scrapbook of fun memories from the year

• Write a handwritten note card

• Nominate him/her for a council award

• Put together a themed recognition (hearts, stars, etc.)

• Pick up the phone, and give them a call

• Send an electronic greeting card

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Troop Committee thank you gift ideas • First Aider – small travel first aid kit • Troop Camper – whistle • Treasurer – coin purse • Fall Product Manager – nut dish • Cookie Sale Manager – cookie jar or cookie cutters • Record keeper – pen and pencil set • Refreshment Coordinator – coffee mug • Transportation Coordinator – key chain or set of maps Service unit recognition ideas • Celebrate with an Investiture and Rededication Ceremony or other Girl Scout traditions • Public acknowledgement in your local newspaper • Service unit honor rolls for example, leaders with 12 girls or more, leaders returning for the 2nd year, leaders who are creative in having girls plan and implement activities, or volunteer learning stars who have completed recommended adult learning sessions within 6 months. • Volunteer thank you kits Online resources • Free e-cards for every occasion at Americangreetings.com • E-cards at BlueMountain.com • E-cards and greeting cards at hallmark.com • Virtual Flowers at iflowers.com

Other Girl Scout and community recognitions Grade level volunteer pins Volunteer pins for each grade level are available through all showcase locations. These pins are great resources to welcome and thank volunteers into roles working directly with girls or supporting a grade level behind the scenes. These position pins are not earned, but given in recognition of service supporting Girl Scouts in a variety of ways. Adult position pins Each position an adult member in Girl Scouting can hold has a corresponding position bar. Visit your local showcase to purchase your categorical color position bar. Volunteer service award pin Pins to recognize years of service in Girl Scouting are available in five year increments up to 30 years. Pins can be purchased at your local showcase. Official volunteer pin Volunteer pins may be purchased at the showcase by any Girl Scout volunteer. Online resources In looking at Girl Scout recognition research the type of recognition that volunteers say they appreciate the most is recognition from troops, individual girls and parents. Find tools on girlscoutsindiana.org to recognize leaders and other volunteers informally.

Why do you volunteer?

President’s Volunteer Service Award

I volunteer because I had a fabulous leader when I was a kid and all my favorite hobbies come from Girl Scouts....I want to provide that experience now to my troop as their leader and share my scout knowledge with other leaders.

The President’s Volunteer Service Award is part of the Points of Light and is a way to thank and honor Americans who, by their demonstrated commitment and example, inspire others to engage in volunteer service. As an affiliate of GSUSA your local troop or service unit can register to be a Certifying Organization. Go to presidentialserviceawards.gov to learn more about these awards and how to become a Certifying Organization. Use GSU003 as your ID when registering.

- Denisse Jensen, Volunteer

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Council Event Registration Form

Registration information Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Each troop is responsible for providing enough adults to meet Safety-Wise ratios. Girls registering individually should also be accompanied by an adult. Those registering individually must be accompanied by an adult. Only registered Girl Scouts may participate in council activities unless specified in the program description.

Register by fax Send the completed form and credit card information to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346

Use one registration form for each event. This form may be copied or saved to your computer and emailed. Print clearly and complete all sections. If you have a multi-age level troop, girls need to attend the age-level appropriate to the event (i.e. Girl Scout Brownies cannot attend events for Girl Scout Juniors even if they are in the same troop).

Troop #

Age level

Location/session

Office code

Event title

Event date

Event time

Please print the name(s) of those attending this event. Use an additional paper if necessary. Name Grade Name Grade Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Girl  Adult Total # Girls Adults Total due:

Individual cost $ $

Total $ $ $

In order for your registration to be processed it must be accompanied by payment in full unless otherwise indicated.

Select payment (please check one)   Cash  Check  Credit Card  Council Credit If paying by credit card, card holder’s name______________________________________________________ Card type________________Card no__________________________________ Exp. date_________________ Leader’s name___________________________________________________________________________ Email: __________________________________________________________________________________ Home mailing address_________________________ City/ZIP code___________________________________ Day phone (____ )_________________ Cell (____ )________________ Eve. phone (_____ )_______________ Please select how you would like to receive your bill (please check one)   USPS mail   E-mail AGREEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING

I understand that if we are selected for this event, I am financially responsible for the above number of girls/adults and will owe the event balance amount unless I have cancelled in writing 15 calendar days prior to the program event. Name (please print) _______________________________________________________________________ Signature__________________________________________ Date _________________________________

For internal use only: Received _________ Receipted ________ entered________ Event code ________


Program Assistance Grant Application

Registration information Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to:

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Grants are given for individual girl or troop participation in Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and Girl Scouts of the USA endorsed events such as GSUSA national and international Destinations, resident and day camp, and council, service unit, or troop program activities. Grants are only given to registered Girl Scouts. Adults are not eligible to apply.

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

Register by fax Send the completed form and credit card information to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346

Each girl may apply for one troop, one camp and one individual grant per year.

Financing is seldom more than matching funds with the exception of extreme need and or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of the applicant.

All applicants will be notified by mail as to the disposition of the requests.

The grant committee will look at the following factors when evaluating a grant request.

The application request is based on a realistic goal and includes a sound financial plan.

The financial resources of the applicant, including any special circumstances.

The degree to which the applicant has used her own resources to help pay for the cost of the opportunity.

Type of PAG requested:   Troop (see section I)   Individual (see section II)   Camp (see section II) Girl Scouts of Central Indiana should make PAG check payable to:

Section I: Troop PAG (circle appropriate grade level) Girl Scout Daisy  Girl Scout Brownie  Girl Scout Junior  Girl Scout Cadette/Senior/Ambassador Troop number _________ _Leader’s name ______________________________ _Phone ( ______ ) _____________________ Street address __________________________________ # participating (G) ______ (A) __________ City, state, ZIP code_________________________________________ County _____________ Are all girls are registered Girl Scouts?   Yes   No I have reviewed the Safety-Wise section appropriate to this activity and assure that all requirements will be met. Leader signature ___________________________________________ Date ___________________ Troop PAG applicants please continue to section IV.

Section II: Individual PAG (circle appropriate grade level) Girl Scout Daisy  Girl Scout Brownie  Girl Scout Junior  Girl Scout Cadette/Senior/Ambassador Girl’s name_________________________________________________________________ Troop number_____________ Street address________________________________________________City, state, ZIP code _______________________ County/Service unit _________________________________________________ _Phone ( ______ ) ____________________ Number of years in Girl Scouting_Grade in fall________________________________ _Birth date ______________________ School _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Does girl receive free/reduced lunch at school?   Yes  No Girl wishes to attend the following program activity:_________________________________________________________ Council program activity:   Troop program activity   Day camp   Resident camp Girl signature________________________________________________________________________ _Date ___________ Parent name printed __________________________________________________________________________________ Parent/guardian signature_____________________________________________________________ _Date ___________ Camp applicants please continue to section III; individual applicants please continue to section IV.

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Program Assistance Grant Application Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Section III: Camp PAG (circle appropriate grade level) Submit a $10 deposit ONLY if you you are applying for a Girl Scouts of Central Indiana sponsored camp with your PAG application. The application will not be processed until the $10 fee has been received by GSCI.

Girl Scout Daisy  Girl Scout Brownie  Girl Scout Junior  Girl Scout Cadette/Senior/Ambassador Parent/guardian name ____________________________________________________ Troop number _______________

_Cell phone ( ______ ) ______________________________ Work phone ( ______ ) _________________________________ Complete only if different from girl’s information. Street address_____________________________________________________________________________________ City, state, ZIP code __________________________________ County/Service unit _____________________________ Number of years in Girl Camp attending _____________ Camp dates________ Session number or name ____________ School __________________________________________________________________________________________ _Camp applicants please continue to section IV.

Section IV: Event details and participation Location___________________________________________ Transportation_______________________________________ Detailed description of event__________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Dates of trip _______________________________________________________________________________ Have reservations been made?   Yes   No What are your sleeping arrangements?   Tents   Hotel   Other Do you have additional insurance other than Girl Scouts?   Yes   No A complete itinerary must be submitted including dates, times, places and accommodations with a full list of girls and adults. Has troop/girl received a grant for a Girl Scout activity in the past year?   Yes   No Did the troop/girl participate in the Fall Product Sale Program?   Yes   No If no, why not? _____________________________________________________________________________ Did the troop/girl participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Sale Program?   Yes   No If no, why not? ____________________________________________________________________________ All applicants please continue to Section V.


Program Assistance Grant Application Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Section V: Budget Total anticipated cost

Total amount girl/troop can pay If other, please specify

Transportation_____________ Troop__________________________ _________________________ Camp fee________________ Parent/guardian__________________ _________________________ Program fee______________ Girl’s earnings___________________ _________________________ Other___________________ Other__________________________ _________________________ Total____________________ Total__________________________ _________________________ Total amount requested __________________ Total annual income: (Please check the appropriate amount)

 $0-$12,000  $12,001-$15,000  $15,001-$18,000  $18,001-$21,000  $21,001-$25,000  $25,001-$30,000  $30,001-$40,000  $40,001-$50,000  $50,001-$60,000  Over $60,000 Number of people supported by this income: ________________________________________________ Answer the following questions. Please attach additional sheet if necessary.

What is the trip goal?_________________________________________________________________ Are there any special circumstances? (This question must be answered in order for your application to be considered.) ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Is the parent/guardian a troop leader?____________________________________________________ The following questions must be filled out for processing: Does your child receive free or reduced lunch?

☐ Yes

☐ No

What is your child's school district? _____________________________________________________________

Please allow 4 weeks for processing.

Award amount ___________ Requisition # ____________

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Note:

Due to high demand for service unit camporees at Camp Dellwood and Gallahue, a service unit will only be allowed to reserve one of these two camps one time every two years.

Camp reservation procedures Reservation procedures Thank you for your interest in making a reservation for a Girl Scout camp site! Our reservations procedures are specific to the type of reservation you wish to make. Please review the details of our reservation policy for program center opportunities, learning opportunities, bridging ceremonies, or group camping and our reservation policy for summer programs Please note: Unless specifically stated, reservations may only be made by a group leader for their group. An online submission of a reservation request does not guarantee the reservation. Your request will be processed on a first come, first served basis. You will be contacted via email, mail or phone to either confirm your reservation or inform you that the date you selected is full. Check in for all overnight facilities is 4 p.m. and check out is at 2 p.m. If you need the facility either before or after these specified times you must reserve an additional date.

The full fee for use of the facility is due in the office one month before the reservation.  If payment is not received in the office one month prior to your reserved date your reservation will be cancelled. The funds will be transferred to another date if: •

a cancellation is received three weeks prior to the event. 

a weather conditions occur causing travel to be hazardous or camp to close.

If the camp is closed due to weather or any other reason, your group will be notified and given the opportunity to reschedule. When it is necessary to cancel please contact the council office as soon as possible so that another group might be considered. Someone is always expecting your group; please notify the office even at the last minute if you plan not to attend. You may call 317.924.6827 or 317.924.6856 at any hour and leave a message.

Please note the processing dates below. Please do not submit your forms until the first day of the processing date. Otherwise, they will be held until the processing date for consideration.

Cancellation procedures Processing dates for all camps (must reserve entire facility): November 1

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January-August

June 1

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September-December

Processing dates for units (reserve individual facilities): December 1

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January-August

July 1

for

September-December

New dates!


Facilities Reservation Form Camp Ada

Registration information Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

Instructions: 1. Send completed form to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana’s Indianapolis office without payment. 2. A confirmation packet will be mailed or emailed to you when placed. Full fee with troop camping billing form and user agreement must be received at the Indianapolis office one month prior to camping date reserved.

Register by fax Send the completed form and credit card information to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346

Troop number _____________________ Service unit _____________________________________________________ Contact person __________________________________________________ Day phone ____________________________________ Evening phone ________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________ State _________ ZIP code ____________________ Email ____________________________________________________________________________________

Dates requested Please indicate your preference for facilities and dates below. For fee information, please see second pages. 1st choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

2 choice: Arrival date _______________________

Departure date _____________________

nd

3 choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

rd

Dates requested ( ) indicates sleeping capacity

1st choice ________________________

 Building 1A (12)

 Primitive (N/A)

 Building 1B (12)

 Alll Camp (150) Service units and council only

 Building 1C (12)

2nd choice ________________________ 3rd choice ________________________

 Day use only (please indicate time of use)

 Building 2D (12)  Building 2E (12)

_________________________

 Building 2F (12)

Arrival time

________________________

 Marcy’s Manor (150 seating capacity) Day/ Evening use only

Departure time

Reminder: The full fee must be paid 1 month before the property is used. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of the reservation.

Payment schedule: Do not send any payment with reservation request. Once the reservation has been approved you will receive a confirmation in the mail or by email.

New dates!

Processing dates for troops:

Processing dates for service units:

(For individual unit/facilities only)

(For "all camp" use only)

December 1

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January-August

November 1

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January-August

July 1

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September-December

June 1

for

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Check all that apply:

Girl Scout age level:

Number of adults:

 Service unit

     

______________________

 Troop  Other (council, etc.) Check in at 4 p.m. Check out at 2 p.m.

Daisy (grades K-1) Brownie (grades 2-3) Junior (grades 4-5) Cadette (grades 6-8) Senior (grades 9-10) Ambassador (grades 11-12)

Number of girls: ______________________

Facility Usage Fees Facility

Sleeping Capacity

Fees per night (April-October 31)

Fees per night (November-March 31)

Building 1A

12

$12

$12

Building 1B

12

$12

$12

Building 1C

12

$12

$12

Building 2D

12

$12

$12

Building 2E

12

$12

$12

Building 2F

12

$12

$12

Marcy’s Manor

Seats 150

$50 day/evening use only

$50

Primitive

N/A

$10

NA

Day/evening use (no site)

N/A

$5

$5

Archery

N/A

All camp*

72

$20 per troop per 2.5 hours (must provide own facilitator) (Apr-Oct)

$75 per night

*All camp only available to service units and council*

Camping Equipment (please indicate quantity) _____ 2 person tents _____ Dutch ovens _____ Pie irons _____ Patrol box of equipment _____ Propane lantern _____ Propane camp stove

_____ Propane cooker (1 large burner) _____ Portable fire bowls (includes all safety equipment) _____ Roasting forks

Program Equipment (please indicate quantity) _____ Parachute _____ Turkey Trot Trail Guide _____ Flag

Camping Activities _____ Archery Equipment ($20 per troop per 2.5 hours) • Available April 1-October 30 Girls must be age 9 or above in order to use archery equipment. You must arrange for your own certified archery instructor. Archery must be reserved through the council office prior to facility usage. Must arrange own archery certificiation at least two weeks prior to your stay.

The troop/group will assume full responsibility for any damage to buildings and property incurred while using council owned property. Signature of person in charge ________________________________________ 10-83-6230-3010


Facilities Reservation Form Camp Dellwood

Registration information Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

Instructions: 1. Send completed form to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana’s Indianapolis office without payment. 2. A confirmation packet will be mailed or emailed to you when placed. Full fee with troop camping billing form and user agreement must be received at the Indianapolis office one month prior to camping date reserved.

Register by fax Send the completed form and credit card information to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346

Troop number _____________________ Service unit _____________________________________________________ Contact person __________________________________________________ Day phone ____________________________________ Evening phone ________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________ State _________ ZIP code ____________________ Email ____________________________________________________________________________________

Dates requested Please indicate your preference for facilities and dates below. For fee information, please see second pages. 1st choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

2nd choice: Arrival date _______________________

Departure date _____________________

3 choice: Arrival date ________________________ rd

Departure date _____________________

Dates requested ( ) indicates sleeping capacity         

Program Center 1 (20) Program Center 2 (20) Program Center Multipurpose Room Chalet (30) Mender (12) Innisfree (36) Pinewood (36) Rotherwood (24) Sleepy Hollow (36)

     

Romany (36) Woodland (36) Lodge, with or without kitchen (seating capacity 150) Primitive (N/A) Amphitheatre (seating capacity 200) Alll Camp (April-October 308, November-March 104) Service units and council only

1st choice ________________________ 2nd choice ________________________ 3rd choice ________________________

Reminder: The full fee must be paid 1 month before the property is used. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of the reservation.

Payment schedule: Do not send any payment with reservation request. Once the reservation has been approved you will receive a confirmation in the mail or by email. New dates!

Processing dates for troops:

Processing dates for service units:

(For individual unit/facilities only)

(For "all camp" use only)

December 1

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January-August

November 1

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January-August

July 1

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September-December

June 1

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Check all that apply:

Girl Scout age level:

 Service unit

     

 Troop  Other (council, etc.) Check in at 4 p.m. Check out at 2 p.m.

Number of adults:

Daisy (grades K-1) Brownie (grades 2-3) Junior (grades 4-5) Cadette (grades 6-8) Senior (grades 9-10) Ambassador (grades 11-12)

______________________ Number of girls: ______________________

Facility Usage Fees Facility

Sleeping Capacity (Apr, May, Aug-Sep)

Sleeping Capacity (November-March)

Fees per night

Program center, 1 or 2

20 per wing

20 per wing

$20 each wing

Chalet

30

30

$30

Mender

12

12

$12

Innisfree (9 platforms tents)

36

N/A

$20

Pinewood (9 platforms tents)

36

N/A

$20

Rotherwood (6 platforms tents)

24

N/A

$20

Sleepy Hollow (9 platforms tents)

36

N/A

$20

Romany (9 platforms tents)

36

N/A

$20

Woodland

36

N/A

$20

Lodge (seating 150)

N/A

N/A

$25 without kitchen $40 with kitchen

Amphitheater (seating 200) N/A

N/A

$5

Primitive

N/A

N/A

$10

Archery

N/A

N/A

$20/troop for 2.5 hrs Apr, May, Aug-Oct

Pool (Max 72)

N/A

N/A

$25/troop for 2.5 hrs

Day/evening use (no site)

N/A

N/A

$5 per day or evening

All camp*

308

104

$165/night Apr, May, Aug-Oct $80/night Nov-Mar

Aug only

*All camp only available to service units and council*

Camping Equipment (please indicate quantity)

Camping Activities

_____ 2 person tents _____ Pie irons _____ Roasting forks _____ Portable fire bowls (includes all safety equipment)

_____ Archery Equipmentl April 1-October 31

_____ Dutch ovens _____ Patrol box of equipment _____ Propane lantern _____ Propane camp stove _____ Propane cooker (1 large burner)

Program Equipment (please indicate quantity) _____ Parachute _____ Flag

_____ Wildflower Trail guides _____ Bridge (need truck/van to transport if offsite use)

Girls must be age 9 or above in order to use archery equipment. You must arrange for your own certified archery instructor. Must arrange own archery certificiation at least two weeks prior to your stay.

_____ Pool • August 7-31* Check one:  10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  1-3:30 p.m. Must provide own certified lifeguard. Must providE Council a copy of certification at least 2 weeks prior to your stay.

The troop/group will assume full responsibility for any damage to buildings and property incurred while using council owned property. Signature of person in charge ________________________________________ 10-83-6230-3110


Facilities Reservation Form Camp Gallahue

Registration information Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

Instructions: 1. Send completed form to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana’s Indianapolis office without payment. 2. A confirmation packet will be mailed or emailed to you when placed. Full fee with troop camping billing form and user agreement must be received at the Indianapolis office one month prior to camping date reserved.

Register by fax Send the completed form and credit card information to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346

Troop number _____________________ Service unit _____________________________________________________ Contact person __________________________________________________ Day phone ____________________________________ Evening phone ________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________ State _________ ZIP code ____________________ Email ____________________________________________________________________________________

Dates requested Please indicate your preference for facilities and dates below. For fee information, please see second pages. 1st choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

2nd choice: Arrival date _______________________

Departure date _____________________

3rd choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

Dates requested ( ) indicates sleeping capacity, winter/summer  Ardath (30/40) 1st choice ________________________  Art Colony (40) 2nd choice ________________________  Village (40)  Reservation (40) 3rd choice ________________________  Lodge Basement (50)  Lodge Upstairs Day/Evening Use Only (200 seating capacity)  Hillcrest-wing 1 (14) Reminder: The full fee must be paid 1 month before the property is  Hillcrest-wing 2 (12) used. Failure to do so will result in the  Hillcrest-wing 3 (14) cancellation of the reservation.  Harley’s Hill (20)  Primitive (N/A)  Amphitheatre (N/A)  Alll Camp (April, May, Aug-Oct • 250, November-March • 120) Service units and associations only  Day use only (please indicate time of use) ______________________________________________ Arrival time Departure time Payment schedule: Do not send any payment with reservation request. Once the reservation has been approved you will receive a confirmation in the mail or by email. New dates!

Processing dates for troops:

Processing dates for service units:

(For individual unit/facilities only)

(For "all camp" use only)

December 1

for

January-August

November 1

for

January-August

July 1

for

September-December

June 1

for

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Forms

Check all that apply:

Girl Scout age level:

 Service unit

     

 Troop  Other (council, etc.) Check in at 4 p.m. Check out at 2 p.m.

Daisy (grades K-1) Brownie (grades 2-3) Junior (grades 4-5) Cadette (grades 6-8) Senior (grades 9-10) Ambassador (grades 11-12)

Number of adults: ______________________ Number of girls: ______________________

Facility Usage Fees Facility

Sleeping Capacity (April-October)

Sleeping Capacity (November-March)

Fees per night

Ardath

40

30

$20

Art Colony

40

N/A

$20

Village

40

N/A

$20

Reservation

40

N/A

$20

Lodge Basement

50

50

$25

Lodge Upstairs (seats 150)

N/A

N/A

$50 day/evening use only

Hillcrest, wings 1 or 3

14 each

14 each

$14 each

Hillcrest, wing 2

12

12

$12

Harley’s Hill (4 huts each sleep 5)

20

N/A

$10

Primitive

N/A

N/A

$10

Amphitheatre

N/A

N/A

$5

Day/evening use (no site)

N/A

N/A

$5

Archery

N/A

N/A

$20/troop for 2.5 hrs Apr, May, Aug-Oct

Waterfront

N/A

N/A

$25/troop for 2.5 hrs Apr, May, Aug-Oct

All camp*

270

120

$190/night Apr, May, Aug-Oct $80/night Nov-Mar

*All camp only available to service units and council*

Camping Equipment (please indicate quantity) _____ 2 person tent _____ Pie irons _____ Roasting forks _____ Portable fire bowls (includes all safety equipment) _____ Dutch ovens

Program Equipment

_____ Patrol box of equipment _____ Propane lantern _____ Propane camp stove _____ Propane cooker (1 large burner)

Camping Activities _____ Archery equipment • Apr, May, Aug-Oct Girls must be age 9 or above in order to use archery equipment. Must arrange for your own certified archery instructor. Must provide copy of certification to council at least 2 weeks prior to arrival.

(please indicate quantity) _____ Parachute _____ Earth ball

_____ Waterfront • Apr, May, Aug-Oct Check one:  10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  1-3:30 p.m. Must arrange for your own certified lifeguard/small craft facilitator. Must provide copy of certification to council at least 2 weeks prior to arrival. Check activities that apply:  Swimming (temp must be 70 degrees or above to swim)  Canoes  Kayaks  Rowboats  Pontoon boat

The troop/group will assume full responsibility for any damage to buildings and property incurred while using council owned property. Signature of person in charge ________________________________________ 10-83-6230-3210


Facilities Reservation Form Camp Na Wa Kwa Instructions:

Registration information Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to:

1. Send completed form to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana’s Indianapolis office without payment. 2. A confirmation packet will be mailed or emailed to you when placed. Full fee with troop camping billing form and user agreement must be received at the Indianapolis office one month prior to camping date reserved.

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

Register by fax Send the completed form and credit card information to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346

Troop number _____________________ Service unit _____________________________________________________ Contact person __________________________________________________ Day phone ____________________________________ Evening phone ______ __________________________

Address __________________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________ State _________ ZIP code ____________________ Email ____________________________________________________________________________________

Dates requested Please indicate your preference for facilities and dates below. For fee information, please see second pages. 1st choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

2 choice: Arrival date _______________________

Departure date _____________________

nd

3rd choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

Dates requested ( ) indicates sleeping capacity 1st choice ________________________  Hise-Clark Program Center (26-28), seating capacity (80)  Conley Lodge (40), seating capacity (100) 2nd choice ________________________  Deerpath (40)  Americana (32) 3rd choice ________________________  Voyager (24)  Pioneer (32)  Amphitheatre (seating capacity 300)  Alll Camp (April -May • 186, August-May • 80) Service units and council only  Day use only (please indicate time of use) ______________________________________________ Arrival time Departure time Payment schedule: Do not send any payment with reservation request. Once the reservation has been approved you will receive a confirmation in the mail.

Reminder: The full fee must be paid 1 month before the property is used. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of the reservation. New dates!

Processing dates for troops:

Processing dates for service units:

(For individual unit/facilities only)

(For "all camp" use only)

December 1

for

January-August

November 1

for

January-August

July 1

for

September-December

June 1

for

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Forms

Check all that apply:

Girl Scout age level:

 Service unit

     

 Troop  Other (council, etc.) Check in at 4 p.m. Check out at 2 p.m.

Daisy (grades K-1) Brownie (grades 2-3) Junior (grades 4-5) Cadette (grades 6-8) Senior (grades 9-10) Ambassador (grades 11-12)

Number of adults: ______________________ Number of girls: ______________________

Facility Usage Fees Facility

Sleeping Capacity Sleeping Capacity (Apr, May, Aug-Oct) (Nov-Mar 31)

Fees per night

Hise-Clark Program Center

27-28

28

$30

Conley Lodge

40 (seats 100-120)

40 (seats 100-120)

$25

Deerpath (8 cabins/sleeps 4 each)

32

N/A

$20

Americana (8 tents/sleeps 4 each)

36

N/A

$20

Voyager (2 tents/sleeps 4 each & 2

24

N/A

$20

Trailblazer(8 cabins/sleeps 4 each)

32

N/A

$20

Pioneer (8 tents/sleeps 4 each)

32

N/A

$20

Amphitheatre (seats 300)

NA

N/A

$5

Pool/shower house

N/A

N/A

$25/troop for 2.5 hrs Open approx. Aug 7-31*

Climbing wall/Zip-Line

N/A

N/A

$20/troop for 2.5 hrs (Apr, May, Aug-Oct)

Canoes

N/A

N/A

$10 (Apr, May, Aug-Oct)

Archery equipment

N/A

N/A

$20/troop for 2.5 hrs (Apr, May, Aug-Oct)

Day/evening use (no site)

N/A

N/A

$5 day or evening

All Camp *

176

60 (using lodge) 80 (without lodge)

$150/night Apr, May, Aug-Oct $55/night Nov-Mar

yurts/sleeps 10 each)

*All camp only available to service units and council. Does not include facilitator fees*

Camping Activities _____ Pool Check one :

 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  1:30-3:30 p.m. Must provide own certified lifeguard. Must providE Council a copy of certification at least 2 weeks prior to your stay.

____ Climbing wall/Zip-line

April 1-October 31

Must provide own facilitator.

_____ Archery equipment

April 1-October 31

_____ Canoes April 1-October 31

Must provide own certified achery adult. Must providE Council a copy of certification at least 2 weeks prior to your stay.

Must provide own certified small craft adult. Must providE Council a copy of certification at least 2 weeks prior to your stay.

Girls must be age 9 or above in order to use archery equipment.

The troop/group will assume full responsibility for any damage to buildings and property incurred while using council owned property. Signature of person in charge ________________________________________ 10-83-6230-3510


Facilities Reservation Form Camp Sycamore Valley

Registration information Register by mail Mail the completed registration form to: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Attn: Program Registration 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis, IN 46214

Instructions: 1. Send completed form to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana’s Indianapolis office without payment. 2. A confirmation packet will be mailed or emailed to you when placed. Full fee with troop camping billing form and user agreement must be received at the Indianapolis office one month prior to camping date reserved.

Register by fax Send the completed form and credit card information to: Attn: Program Registration at 317.931.3346

Troop number _____________________ Service unit _____________________________________________________ Contact person __________________________________________________ Day phone ____________________________________ Evening phone ______ __________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________ State _________ ZIP code ____________________ Email ____________________________________________________________________________________

Dates requested Please indicate your preference for facilities and dates below. For fee information, please see second pages. 1st choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

2nd choice: Arrival date _______________________

Departure date _____________________

3rd choice: Arrival date ________________________

Departure date _____________________

Dates requested ( ) indicates sleeping capacity 1st choice ________________________  Troop Cabin (30)  Unit 1-4 A-Frames (20) 2nd choice ________________________  Unit 2-5 Eagles Nests (24)  Lodge, with kitchen (seating capacity 80) 3rd choice ________________________  Lodge, without kitchen (seating capacity 80)  Catherine's Cabin (20)  Kathy's Corner (20) Reminder: The full fee must be paid 1 month  Graham Hall (10) before the property is used. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of the reservation.  Primitive (50)  Pool/shower house (N/A)  Archery (2.5 hours)  Alll Camp April 1-October 31 (174), November 1-March 31 (80) Service units and council only  Day use only (please indicate time of use) ______________________________________________ Arrival time Departure time Payment schedule: Do not send any payment with reservation request. Once the reservation has been approved you will receive a confirmation in the mail. New dates!

Processing dates for troops:

Processing dates for service units:

(For individual unit/facilities only)

(For "all camp" use only)

December 1

for

January-August

November 1

for

January-August

July 1

for

September-December

June 1

for

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Forms

Check all that apply:

Girl Scout age level:

 Service unit

     

 Troop  Other (council, etc.) Check in at 4 p.m. Check out at 2 p.m.

Daisy (grades K-1) Brownie (grades 2-3) Junior (grades 4-5) Cadette (grades 6-8) Senior (grades 9-10) Ambassador (grades 11-12)

Number of adults: ______________________ Number of girls: ______________________

Facility Usage Fees Facility

Sleeping Capacity (Apr, May, Aug-Sep)

Sleeping Capacity (Nov-Mar)

Fees per night

Troop Cabin

30

30

$25

Unit 1-4 A- frame cabins

20

N/A

$20

Unit 2-5 Eagles Nest on stilts

24

N/A

$20

Catherine's Cabin

20

20

$20

Kathy's Corner

20

20

$20

Lodge with kitchen

seating for 80

N/A

$40

Lodge without kitchen

seating for 80

N/A

$25

Graham Hall

10

10

$10

Primitive

50

N/A

$10

Pool/shower house (max 50)

N/A

N/A

$25/troop for 2.5 hrs (Aug only)

Archery (equipment)

N/A

N/A

$20/troop for 2.5 hrs (Apr, May, Aug-Oct)

Day/evening use (no site)

N/A

N/A

$5 per day or evening

All camp**

174

80

$145/night Apr, May, Aug-Oct $75/night Nov 1-Mar 31

*All camp only available to service units and council* **All camp only available to servie units and council

Camping Activities _____ Pool • August 7-31*

_____ Archery equipment • April 1-October 31

Must provide own certified lifeguard. Must providE Council a copy of certification at least 2 weeks prior to your stay.

Must provide own certified achery adult. Must provide Council a copy of certification at least 2 weeks prior to your stay. Girls must be age 9 or above in order to use archery equipment.

Camping Equipment (please indicate quantity) _____ Books _____ Pie irons _____ Roasting forks _____ Corn poppers _____ Dutch ovens _____ Griddles

_____ 2 person tents _____ Cast iron skillets _____ Flag _____ Nesting pots _____ Coffee pots _____ Parachute

_____ Cooking utensils _____ Doughboy sticks _____ Sports equipment (basketball, soccer ball, utility ball, possibly badminton/tennis raquets)

The troop/group will assume full responsibility for any damage to buildings and property incurred while using council owned property. Signature of person in charge ________________________________________ 10-83-6230-3610


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