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Welcome! Explore is here to guide you to Girl Scout opportunities that excite you! It’s full of outdoor activities, summer camp, outdoor badges, and more! The Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland offers the premier leadership development experience for girls helping them to discover their own sense of self, connect with others in an increasingly diverse world, and take action to make the world a better place. Our council serves just over 9,000 girls and 4,000 adults across 67 counties in southern and central Missouri, southeast Kansas, and northeast Oklahoma.

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Be a Girl Scout Ranger in a

National Park The National Park Service and Girl Scouts have partnered to create the Girl Scout Ranger Program. Girls are invited to participate in a variety of organized educational or service projects at national Getting Started: park sites.

with their Girl Scout Journey, various badges, or Take Action project. Girls who successfully complete projects will be awarded Girl Scout patches and certificates from the National Park Service.

Girl Scouts can design their own project that aligns

Choose your national park! www.nps.gov

To earn a Girl Scout Ranger 1. Choose a National Park. To participate, girls and certificate, Girl Scouts should 2. Imagine yourself in a National Park. troops can visit the National participate in organized 3. Contact the park and make a plan. Park Service website to find educational activities or 4. Go to the park and have fun! parks near their home and volunteer service projects at learn about its natural and one or more national parks. To cultural resources. Troop leaders and parents can earn a Girl Scout Ranger patch, Girl Scouts will need arrange for activities like hiking, biking, wildlife to participate and volunteer for service projects for a watching, and guided tours. minimum of ten hours at one or more national parks.

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State Parks Give your girls new opportunities to interact with the world around them. State Parks provide a unique setting for girls to discover treasures from the past and connect with the natural world around them. In an effort to get every girl outdoors, Girl Scouts of the USA and the National Association of State Parks Directors are hosting the first annual National Girl Scouts in State Parks Weekend on July 13-14, 2019.

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Missouri State Parks • mostateparks.com Missouri’s state park system has been ranked as one of the top four state park systems in the nation. With more than 200,000 acres the state park system has something to fit everyone’s needs. The system includes homes of famous Missourians, Civil War battlefields, and reminders of yesterday such as gristmills and covered bridges. Over 18 million people visit annually to hike, camp, fish, discover the past, and explore nature. Kansas State Parks • ksoutdoors.com The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism manages 26 state parks. Many parks offer utility hookups, cabins, primitive camping sites, beaches, and boat ramps. All parks are immersed in natural areas highlighting beautiful and untamed Kansas landscapes. Whatever your outdoor interest—hiking, camping, fishing, boating, bike riding, horseback riding, or just plain relaxing—a Kansas State Park has what you’re looking for. Oklahoma State Parks • travelok.com Oklahoma boasts 32 state parks featuring a wonderfully diverse set of landscapes and campgrounds perfect for beginning campers. Most Oklahoma state park campgrounds include conveniences such as comfort stations with toilets and showers, as well as some electric hookups, water supply, fire rings and grill boxes, picnic tables, and even playgrounds! You’ll also enjoy nature programs held regularly by the naturalists at several Oklahoma state parks.

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Every great team needs great partners! Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland has teamed up with nature centers, camps, universities, and more to bring the adventure of the outdoors to every girl. Check out all of the great places you can explore the world around you!

Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center Cape Girardeau, MO • 573-290-5218 The Nature Center features two miles of nature trails, wildlife—viewing areas, handson exhibits of Native American artifacts, a children’s play area, and freshwater aquariums. Runge Conservation Nature Center Jefferson City, MO • 573-526-5544 This 100-acre area offers exhibits, hiking trails, and native-plant demonstrations.

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The following groups are working with Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland to provide horse programs and challenge course opportunities to girls all over the council. Springfield Conservation Nature Center Springfield, MO • 417-888-4237 The Springfield Conservation Nature Center encompasses 79 acres of forests, glades, creeks, and lakefront. Hike a variety of trails or experience the interpretive exhibits, and a bird viewing area located in the Visitor Center. Shepard of the Hills Fish Hatchery Branson, MO • 417-334-4865 The visitor center at the hatchery offer exhibits and wildlife viewing. During June, July, and August they conduct guided hatchery tours and self-guided tours for the rest of the year. Twin Pines Conservation Education Center Winona, MO • 573-325-1381 Twin Pines visitor center offers exhibits and displays. There are nearly 3 miles of hiking trails, bird watching, fishing, and archery.

Horseback Riding B and B Farms Russellville, MO • 573-690-7014

Fox Run Stables Cape Girardeau, MO • 573-243-1788 Hartman Farms Marshfield, MO • 417-859-2200 Horses of Hope Baxter Springs, KS • 620-429-0390 Remly Equestrian Center Cape Girardeau, MO • 573-450-0282 Sac River Stables Springfield, MO • 417-742-4200 Valley Water Mill Equestrian Center Springfield, MO • 417-833-3291

Challenge Courses Camp Barnabas Purdy, MO • 256-763-1632

Camp Galilee El Dorado Springs, MO • 417-876-7490

Walter Woods Conservation Center Joplin, MO • 417-629-3423 Walter Woods Conservation encompasses 68-acres and offers hiking, fishing, and geocaching.

Greenbush Girard, KS • 620-724-6281

For more information about each Nature Center’s public programs, special events, or to schedule an activity for your troop, call or visit online. There are no admission fees, but some activities require a fee.

Wildwood Outdoor Education Center La Cygne, KS • 913-757-4500

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Shannondale Community Center Salem, MO • 573-858-3284 SEMO University Recreation Center Cape Girardeau, MO • 573-651-2105

Windermere Conference Center Roach, MO • 573-346-5200

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Outdoor Adventures Is your troop ready for new challenges? While you are at one of our program centers, you can request facilitators to come help your girls with archery, swimming, challenge courses, and much more. You don’t have to be an expert. Let us help you plan your next outdoor adventure! Also look for these on-request outdoor adventures!

Archery - Beginner & Intermediate

Archaeological Adventure

Become a Bluff Dweller

$6 • GIRL

ON REQUEST

$5 • ADULT

Archery programs teach girls the fundamentals of archery range etiquette, equipment, safety, and proper shooting technique. Girls will develop and practice their new skills, becoming more confident archers. This program can be offered an hour at a time. Available at Finbrooke, Latonka, and Silver Meadows. MIN/MAX: 8/10

$10 • GIRL

$8 • ADULT

$12 • ADULT

Take a tour of Bluff Dwellers Cave exploring the history, prehistory, geology, biology, and more. Discover a wide variety of gemstones from around the world through hands-on gem panning in a sluice and take home your loot! Challenge yourself to the Browning Museum scavenger hunt that explores various rocks, minerals, fossils, arrowheads, artifacts, antiques, and more! Sack lunch and closed-toe shoes are required.

Hike the scenic Ozarks trails, dig up your very own fossil, and take a journey through time with a resident Paleontologist on a guided tour of the Missouri Institute of Natural Science Museum! Missouri Institute of Natural Science Museum Springfield, MO July 16 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 1, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/100

Bluff Dwellers Cave • Noel, MO August 10 | 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 22, 2019 MIN/MAX: 50/90

Missouri Institute of Natural Science Museum Springfield, MO July 30 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 15, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/60

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Backpack Shakedown $20 • GIRL

Beginner Backpacking

$20 • ADULT

PART 2 OF BACKPACK SHAKEDOWN

This is a perfect introduction to backpacking through the great outdoors! This program requires attending the shakedown to learn about equipment needed, and for menu planning and a practice hike. This is the prerequisite to Beginner Backpacking. The Shakedown and Beginner Backpacking, as well as packs, tents and food, are included in the cost. All participants should be at least 100 pounds. The location for the overnight will be determined at the Shakedown.

The overnight backpack trip will put your new skills you learned from Backpack Shakedown to the test! TBA September 28-29 | 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Walter Woods Conservation Area • Joplin, MO Registration Deadline: Aug. 30, 2019 September 14 | 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. MIN/MAX: 10/20

Daisy Dudes

Cardinals vs. Marlins $16 • GIRL

$45 • GIRL

$16 • ADULT

Join us as we cheer on the St. Louis Cardinals in their home stadium! The Cardinals play this evening game against the Miami Marlins. Come enjoy the fun with your troop, family, or friends at Busch Stadium on Girl Scout Day! Busch Stadium • St. Louis, MO June 20 | 6:15 - 9:00 p.m.

Registration Deadline: May 20, 2019 MIN/MAX: 50/300

Canoeing - Beginner & Intermediate ON REQUEST

$5 • GIRL

$5 • ADULT

MIN/MAX: 6/12

FREE • ADULT

The perfect introduction into the world of horses. Girls will learn about the basics of caring for a horse and horse safety. Girls will take a barn tour before pony rides. Snack and fun patch provided. No tagalongs. Fox Run Stables • Cape Girardeau, MO April 6 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: Mar. 29, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/15

This program introduces girls to the basics of canoeing: boating safety, terminology, and how to paddle as a pair. After becoming familiar with paddling, girls will finetune their techniques by learning valuable paddle strokes. Price is $5 per participant. Available at Finbrooke, Friendship Fields, Latonka, and Silver Meadows.

Fox Run Stables • Cape Girardeau, MO April 6 | 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: Mar. 29, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/15

Girl Scouts at Fritz’ Adventure

Family Wilderness Challenge

$15 • GIRL

$15 • ADULT

Looking for some adventure this summer? Spend the day at Fritz’ Adventure in Branson. Fritz’s Adventure is a dynamic attraction that brings the excitement and challenges of outdoor adventure into a multi-dimensional indoor environment. Girls can climb, tunnel, slide, zip line, rock climb—even scale a brick building! Fritz’ Adventure delivers a perceived element of healthy risk taking, while being in a strategically engineered and safe environment. Bring your troop any day this summer and take advantage of their special Girl Scout rate of only $15 per person! Register online at www.fritzadventure.com or call 417-320-6138. Use the discount code “heartlandGS19.” All girls will need a signed waiver from their parent or guardian, which can be found on their website. Fritz’ Adventure • Branson, MO Summer 2019

Challenge Courses: Low Ropes & High Ropes ON REQUEST

$15 • GIRL

$15 • ADULT

MIN/MAX: 10/20

$8 • GIRL

$2 • ADULT

Take your outdoor skills to the next level and compete with other Girl Scouts for the chance to be named Wilderness Skills Champions! Teams of 4-6 can enter as families or as troops. Challenges will include testing your outdoor group—like finding out how fast you can pitch a tent and who makes the best no-bake camp dessert! Fun patch included. Dexter, MO May 18 | 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 3, 2019 MIN/MAX: 25/150

Challenge course programs stretch comfort zones, test teamwork and limits, and push girls to use skills in critical and creative thinking, communication, and cooperation. Prices range from $10-$15 per participant. Available at Finbrooke and Latonka (except The Tower).

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Girl Scout Day at Hydro Adventures $15 • GIRL

$15 • ADULT

Kick off the summer at our first annual Girl Scout Day at Hydro Adventures! Girls, troops, and families are welcome to attend! For any age, for any amount of time, Hydro Adventures has a variety of slides & pools! Be ready to have fun! Registration Deadline: May 20, 2019 Hydro Adventures MIN/MAX: 20/500 Poplar Bluff, MO June 1 | 11:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Girl Scout Day at Silver Dollar City $47 • GIRL

$47 • ADULT

Join a long tradition--Girl Scout Day at Silver Dollar City! In addition to enjoying all of the rides and activities Silver Dollar City normally offers, the Festival of Wonder will be in full swing. The Festival of Wonder gives you a front-row seat for fantastical acts of curiosity and larger than life performances from artists around the globe. Arrive by noon to receive a Silver Dollar City patch and take part in a special scavenger hunt. The discount ticket is good for Girl Scouts and their families. To purchase your tickets call Silver Dollar City at 417-336-7170 and mention Girl Scout Day. Be sure to wear a Girl Scout shirt to show off your Girl Scout pride! Silver Dollar City • Branson, MO Registration Deadline: Apr. 19, 2019 April 27 | 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. MIN/MAX: 20/500

Girl Scout Day at White Water $29 • Ages 0-12

$38 Ages 12+

White Water was voted one of America’s Best Water Parks by the readers of USA Today! Thirteen acres of rides and slides await Girl Scouts and their families. Girl Scouts will have exclusive use of the group pavilion to serve as your home base for the day. To get your tickets, reserve through White Water by calling 417-336-7170 and mention Girl Scout Day. Girls up to age 11 qualify for the girl price and girls 12 and above are considered adults. White Water • Branson, MO June 29 | 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Registration Deadline: June 21 MIN/MAX: 20/100

Girl Scout Day with the Springfield Cardinals $10 • GIRL

$10 • ADULT

Head out for a night of fun with Girl Scouts at the Springfield Cardinals Stadium! With this special group rate, Girl Scouts can participate in the pregame parade, stay for Friday night fireworks, and will receive a ball cap. This is a fun event for the troop or the entire family! Hammons Field Springfield, MO May 10 | 6:00 - 9:30 p.m.

Registration Deadline: Apr. 26, 2019 MIN/MAX: 200/300

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Girl Scout Mariners

$10 • GIRL

FREE • ADULT

Enjoy swimming and canoeing? Join us to learn a long standing tradition—the Girl Scout Mariner Program! Participants will learn how to build a ship and how to be a master of the water through watercraft, swimming, and mariner skills. Bring a sack lunch, water bottle, snacks, and a camp chair, if desired. Latonka Program Center Registration Deadline: Apr. 20, 2019 May 4 | 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. MIN/MAX: 10/50

Girls & Goats

$10 • GIRL

$6 • ADULT

Spend the morning with your favorite girl, in an outdoor yoga class with pygmy goats! A trained yoga instructor will lead a relaxing yoga class with the help of some furry friends. Afterwards, stick around to visit many more exotic animals. No previous yoga experience necessary. Dress for the weather, including closed-toe shoes, and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty. Bring a yoga mat. Girls will receive 1 bag of feed, 1 feedstick, a bottled water, and a fun patch. Lazy L Safari • Cape Girardeau May 11 | 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

Registration Deadline: Apr. 30, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/40

Horseback Riding Badge Workshop $30 • GIRL

FREE • ADULT

Spend the afternoon learning the ins and out of horseback riding! Girls will learn how to care for a horse and how to stay safe. After learning the basics, girls will prepare, practice, and go for a ride! Girls need to wear closed-toe shoes, preferably raised heel boots, and jeans. Parents need to sign a release form which will be included in the confirmation packet. Girls will earn and receive the Horseback Riding badge. Sac River Stables • Springfield, MO September 28 | 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Horse Day Camp

Registration Deadline: Sept. 13, 2019 MIN/MAX: 10/20 $80 • GIRL

FREE • ADULT

Saddle up and get ready for a day of hands-on fun at Horse Day Camp! Girls will learn how to introduce themselves to a horse and interact with them safely, as well as how to groom and saddle a horse. Girls will get to lead a horse and best of all-ride! Participants will need to bring a sack lunch and water bottle. Price includes morning and afternoon snack and a fun patch. Horses of Hope • Baxter Springs, KS June 14 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 30, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/10

Horses of Hope • Baxter Springs, KS June 15 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 30, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/10

Horses of Hope • Baxter Springs, KS June 21 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 6, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/10

Horses of Hope • Baxter Springs, KS June 22 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 6, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/10

Horse Rider

FREE • ADULT

$45 • GIRL

Hey Juniors! Earn your Horseback Riding Badge with Fox Run Stables! Come learn about horses and complete the badge requirements. The session will cover grooming, handling, learning the body language of a horse, English riding, and even provide the opportunity to play a couple games with your horse! Girls will receive the earned badge at the program. Parents will need to sign a release form which will be included in the confirmation packet. Fox Run Stables • Cape Girardeau, MO August 10 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 26, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/20

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Fox Run Stables • Cape Girardeau, MO August 10 | 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 26, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/20

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Intro to Scuba Diving $30 • GIRL

FREE • ADULT

Mastodon Discovery with Fantastic Caverns

Experience scuba diving! Learn the basics of breathing underwater, the equipment needed, and what to expect to see, hear, and feel as you descend into the deep blue sea. Then it’s off to the heated aquatic simulator where girls will get suited and experience their first breaths underwater! Girls will receive a patch.

Discover the world of these ice age mammals! Work in teams at a simulated Missouri mastodon digsite to carefully uncover and identify remains. Engage in a discussion about the mastodon’s history, survival, and demise. Get hands-on science experiences in an outdoor classroom! Then, ride through the caverns and experience the rich geological heritage.

Calypso • Joplin, MO August 17 | 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: Aug. 2, 2019 MIN/MAX: 6/18

Fantastic Caverns • Springfield, MO July 11 | 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 21, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/60

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Fantastic Caverns • Springfield, MO July 22 | 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 1, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/60


Me & My Guy Fishing Day $5 • GIRL

Mastodon Madness

$2 • ADULT

$5 • GIRL

Spend the day with your favorite guy enjoying the great outdoors. Drop a line in the lake and see who can catch the biggest fish! Don’t have fishing gear? No problem! We will have gear available to borrow. The Missouri Department of Conservation will be joining us! This is a catch and release event. Please bring a chair, sack lunch, water bottle, and whatever other equipment you need. Dress for the weather including closed-toe shoes. Snack and fun patch provided. Cape Elk’s Lake Cape Girardeau, MO May 18 | 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 3, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/40

Jerry P Combs Lake Kennett, MO May 25 | 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 13, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/200

Silver Meadows Service Center September 7 | 10:00 am. - 2:00 p.m.

Registration Deadline: Aug. 16, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/100

Party on the Katy Trail $5 • GIRL

$45 • GIRL

FREE • ADULT

Fox Run Stables • Cape Girardeau, MO June 1 | 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 24, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/15

She & Me Outdoor Extravaganza $10 • GIRL

$10 • ADULT

Girls will experience all the fun with their favorite adult “she” (mom, grandmother, aunt, sister, mentor, etc.). Discover camp through outdoor challenges! After the competitions, enjoy a campfire with s’mores. This is an individual event designed to strengthen the bond between a Girl Scout & her “she.” All will receive a fun patch. Silver Meadows Program Center May 11 | 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Mastodon State Park • Imperial, MO July 12 | 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 1, 2019 MIN/MAX: 20/50

$21/$10 • GIRL

Gain hands-on riding experience with horses! Girls will learn about the basics of caring for a horse, horse safety, and how to guide their horse. Enjoy some riding time and end with a scavenger hunt. Fun patch included. Fox Run Stables • Cape Girardeau, MO June 1 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 24, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/15

Step back into a time when Mastodons walked the earth! Girls will get a tour of the museum and learn of these ice age mammals and early man. Take a short hike to a former excavation site and on the way back, visit the park’s Bird Sanctuary. Dress for the weather, including closed-toe shoes. Snack and fun patch provided.

Royals vs. Mets

$5 • ADULT

Have you had a blast this year? We are celebrating the Year of the Outdoor Girl with a Party on the Katy Trail! Walk, bike, run, scoot, or skip your way to our celebration! Can you finish the scavenger hunt before you cross the finish line? We’ll have snacks, activities, and photo opportunities at locations along the Katy Trail. Katy Trail, Various Locations Registration Deadline: Aug. 16, 2019 September 14 | 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. MIN/MAX: 50/300

Pony Tales

FREE • ADULT

Registration Deadline: Apr. 27, 2019 MIN/MAX: 30/100

$21/$10 • ADULT

Join us to cheer on the Kansas City Royals in their home stadium! The Royals will play the New York Mets. Come enjoy the fun with your troop, family, or friends at “Family Fun Day at the K!” Seating in the View Box 407 is $10. Seating in the Field Box 111 is $21. Kauffman Stadium • Kansas City, MO August 18 | 1:15 - 4:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 18, 2019 MIN/MAX: 50/300

Surf’s Up $17 • GIRL

$17• ADULT

Kick off the summer at the annual “Surf’s Up” at Big Surf Waterpark! Girls, troops, and families are welcome to attend! For any age, for any amount of time, Big Surf has a variety of rides and attractions! Be ready to get wet and have some fun! Big Surf Waterpark • Linn Creek, MO June 23 | 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 7, 2019 MIN/MAX: 10/1000

Swimming $6 • GIRL

$6 • ADULT

ON REQUEST

MIN/MAX: 10/20

Lifeguards available at Finbrooke and Latonka. Price is $6 per swimmer, per two hours, with a two hour minimum.

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Sunny & Solar-tastic $16 • GIRL

Magnificent Moon $20 • GIRL

$5 • ADULT

Did you know that the same side of the Moon is always facing the Earth? And, that the Moon is over 4.6 million years old? Girls will learn about the moon and the stars! Camp out under the night sky and join us for breakfast in the morning. Make sure to eat dinner beforehand, or cook it over the campfire if you are also attending Sunny & Solar-tastic! Breakfast and a patch will be provided. Silver Meadows Program Center July 13-14 | 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. Registration Deadline: June 28, 2019 MIN/MAX: 30/100

Did you know that the surface of the sun is almost 12,000 times bigger than that of Earth’s? The sun provides much more to us than being just a bright ball in the sky! Learn about solar power, our solar system, and more. Make sure to bring a sack lunch, and if you are attending Magnificent Moon you can cook your dinner over the campfire before the next program! A snack and a patch will be provided. Silver Meadows Program Center July 13 | 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 28, 2019 MIN/MAX: 30/100

Take an Outdoor Journey $25 • GIRL

$15 • ADULT

Enjoy an overnight at camp while earning the Outdoor Journey for your grade level! Girls will earn badges associated with the Outdoor Journey and start their Take Action project to complete at home. Saturday breakfast and lunch are provided. Some badges associated with the Outdoor Journey, aside from the Take Action Badge, will be provided. Finbrooke Program Center May 3-4 | 6:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: Apr. 15, 2019 MIN/MAX: 30/100

Friendship Fields Program Center May 17-18 | 6:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: Apr. 29, 2019 MIN/MAX: 30/100

Latonka Program Center September 20-21 | 6:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Registration Deadline: Sept. 6, 2019 MIN/MAX: 30/100

Team Building Games ON REQUEST

$5 • GIRL

$5 • ADULT

MIN/MAX: 10/20

Problem-solving and team-building games will help girls push individual boundaries, while others will provide skills in thinking creatively, communication, and cooperating to reach a goal. Price is $5 per person. Available at all program centers.

Try Scuba

$40 • GIRL

FREE • ADULT

A taste of ocean adventure right in the middle of land-locked Missouri? Gain an experience unlike any other, learning with trained instructors on the basics of scuba diving! Adults are welcome to attend and observe, but this event is limited to girl participation. Strong swimming skills are recommended. Diventures • Springfield, MO June 22 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 5, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/8

Diventures • Springfield, MO June 22 | 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 5, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/8

Diventures • Springfield, MO July 27 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 10, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/8

Diventures • Springfield, MO July 27 | 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 10, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/8

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Trail Riders $55 • GIRL

Yoga in the Park

FREE • ADULT

$10 • GIRL

FREE • ADULT

Explore the countryside with a trail ride through the woods led by instructors. Before hitting the trail, girls will have a chance to get comfortable with their horse in an indoor arena. End the trail ride with s’mores and a campfire. Cost includes horseback riding instruction, trail ride, s-mores, and a patch.

Experience the ancient practice that connects the mind, body, and spirit through body poses, controlled breathing, and meditation while also immersing yourself with nature! Yoga in the Park will be led by local yoga teachers and supplies will be available for use.

Fox Run Stables • Cape Girardeau, MO September 21 | 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: Sept. 6, 2019 MIN/MAX: 8/20

Wildcat Glades Center • Joplin, MO June 15 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 29, 2019 MIN/MAX: 10/100

We live in a world of screens—smartphone! laptop! TV! tablet!—and sometimes you just want to get away from it all. We get it. That’s why you can focus a part of your Girl Scout experience on getting outdoors. You’ll develop the kind of outdoor skills it’s hard to get anywhere else. Skills like building a campfire, pitching a tent, and canoeing across a lake. Troop Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Whether for a day, a weekend, or longer, camping gives girls an opportunity to grow, explore, and have fun under the guidance of caring, trained adults.

Things to know before troop camping: • A camping experience of less than one week in duration that takes place within GSMH boundaries, is considered Troop Camping. • For overnight camping at a GSMH Program Center, at least one official adult volunteer per unit must be certified in GSMH outdoor level training. Another adult volunteer must be certified in CPR and First Aid. • Troops must obtain approval from GSMH before camping on non-GSMH sites, except for overnight backyard camping. Backyard camping does not require approval. • Troops can use the Outdoor Adventure Programs on Request to add even more adventure to their Troop Camping experience!

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Volunteer Trainings $85 • ADULT

$75 • ADULT

Wilderness First Aid

Small Craft Safety and Basic Water Rescue

MIN/MAX: 6/10

The Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course will help you prepare for the unexpected. This fast paced, hands-on training is designed to meet the needs of trip leaders, camp staff, outdoor enthusiasts, and individuals working in remote locations. It will introduce you to caring for people who become ill or injured far from definitive medical care. Classroom lectures and demonstrations are combined with realistic scenarios where mock patients will challenge you to integrate your learning. At the end of the course, you’ll have had the opportunity to learn the knowledge, skills, and ability to make sound decisions in emergency situations. Finbrooke Program Center June 1-2 | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 17, 2019

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Participants must have a valid first aid and CPR certification. Participants must attend both days to receive certification. Participants will be responsible for their own food. Girls may also attend, but must be 16 or older to take the course. This is a two-year certification.

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MIN/MAX: 5/10 Small Craft Safety training will certify you to instruct girls on basic canoeing skills for flat water such as the lakes and ponds. Moving water skills for rivers will not be covered. The basic water rescue portion of the course will certify participants as watchers for aquatic programs. This a 2-year certification. Finbrooke Program Center May 18 | 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 6, 2019 Finbrooke Program Center August 10 | 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 29, 2019


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VARIOUS • ADULT

Outdoor Level 1

Roughin’ It

Home Study

Min/Max: 10/30

This training prepares you to teach girls the skills involved in planning and carrying out a day of outdoor activities, and to incorporate the Girl Scout principles of safety, inclusiveness, progression of skills, girl leadership, and girl planning. It covers no-cook and simple charcoal cooked meals, outdoorbased activities, and ethics. This self-study takes approximately four hours but it can take longer if you explore additional resources. Please contact us at info@ girlscoutsmoheartland.org to receive a digital copy of this course. This course is a pre-requisite for Outdoor Level 2. If you are an experienced camper, you can test out of this training by contacting us to request a test-out evaluation form. $15 • ADULT

Outdoor Level 2 MIN/MAX: 5/20

This training prepares you to teach girls the skills for planning and experiencing a simple overnight camping trip—in a backyard or at a GSMH program center. You will learn how to incorporate the Girl Scout principles of safety, inclusiveness, progression of skills, girl leadership, and girl planning. Topics include knot-tying, cooking over a fire, dressing for the weather, packing, and programming. This course is a prerequisite for Outdoor Level 3. $15 • ADULT

Outdoor Level 3 MIN/MAX: 5/20

This training is required for tent camping at a GSMH Program Center or camping at an established campsite. This training prepares you to teach girls the skills involved with planning and experiencing a multi-day trip, including Outdoor Level 2 skills review, tent use and care, campsite selection, outdoor cooking with a skillet and fuel stove, knot-tying, and the Leave No Trace principles. This is an overnight training; participants sleep in tents. If you are an experienced camper, you can test out of this training by contacting us to request a test out evaluation. FREE • ADULT

Day Camp Director Training On Request

As a leader, you want to be able to ignite a spark of adventure in your Girl Scouts. What better way than to get outdoors? The Roughin’ It outdoor readiness program offers authentic learning experiences that will prepare you for troop-life in the great outdoors. A few of the practical and fun skills we’ll engage in are: knot tying, campfire cooking, and outdoor games. Choose from the options below: Option A: Outdoor Level 2 Training only from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday $15. Option B: Outdoor Level 2 and Outdoor Level 3, Saturday at 9 a.m. to Sunday morning. This training requires you to spend the night in a tent for completion $40. Option C: Outdoor Level 3 Training, 1 p.m. Saturday to Sunday morning. Outdoor Level 2 training required. You must spend the night in a tent for completion $25. Latonka Program Center May 4-5 | 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Registration Deadline: April 19, 2019 Silver Meadows Program Center September 21-22 | 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Registration Deadline: Sept. 6, 2019 $100 • ADULT

USA Archery Level 1 Instructor Training MIN/MAX: 5/10

This training is for Service Unit Day Camp Directors to learn the responsibilities of the position by reviewing policies, procedures, and best practices associated with running a Day Camp. This training is available on demand at any time throughout the year. No minimum required. Please request at least 3 weeks in advance of a preferred date by emailing info@girlscoutsmoheartland.org.

Trainings On Request

If a minimum of 6 volunteers in a service unit or geographic area need a training, you can request one! In some cases, we can bring the training to you or we can set up a training with a date that works for your volunteers. The following trainings are available on request: First Aid & CPR: Blended Learning, Outdoor Level 2, and Outdoor Level 3. Cost will be the same fee per participant as listed. To discuss an on-request training, please contact us at info@girlscoutsmoheartland.org.

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In this eight-hour certification course, you’ll learn how to accurately shoot a bow, teach beginner level archery, manage basic archery programs, repair equipment, and build confidence through archery. This course includes an instructor manual. This certification is viable for three years. Please bring a sack lunch, snacks, and a water bottle. Finbrooke Program Center June 1 | 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 17, 2019

Explore 2019


Step 1: Explore your Summer Camp options! Where: We have overnight and day camps available at Finbrooke and Latonka Program Centers, and day camp available at Silver Meadows Program Center!

Summer camp registration will open on March 18. Registrations will be accepted until a session is full, and sessions are on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit www.girlscoutsmoheartland.org to register.

Who: Check out the programs for your grade level. Remember, you may attend a program for a younger grade level, but not an older one. Look for your grade as of Fall 2019! When: Know the dates you can join us at camp. The first day listed is check-in and the last day is checkout. You won’t spend the night on your last day. What: What do you want to do at camp? Find something that excites you! And don’t fret, all camp sessions include time for traditional camp activities like swimming, campfires, and art projects!

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Adults—check out our website for the new Summer Camp Family Handbook for all the important information on how to get your camper prepared. The handbook also includes more information on transportation, financial assistance or paying with Cookie Credit, and our Changes, Cancellations, and Refunds Policy. Be sure to read this before registering.


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Questions about camp? Join us for a family information session to learn all about summer camp. Email info@girlscoutsmoheartland.org with your date of attendance to be sent a link to the webinar.

Go-Getter Package Our Go-Getter Package includes go-getter pricing and a free camp t-shirt! To take advantage of this offer, register and pay the non-refundable deposit (even if paying with Cookie Credit) before May 15. On May 15, on-time pricing will go into effect and the free t-shirt will no longer be available.

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Week Two June 23-25

Week One June 16-21

New this year! We’re offering two weeks of day camp at Silver Meadows Program Center. Outdoor adventures with your favorite Disney characters or the magic of STEM, you decide!

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Equestrian Camp

Wonderful World of Day Camp Grades K-5 • p. 23

Pony Tails Grades 2-3 • p. 25

June 17-21

June 24-28 Mystical World of STEM Grades K-5 • p. 23

June 16-21

June 16-28

June 23-28

June 23-28

Voyagers Grades 4-8 • p. 27

Girl vs. Wild Grades 4-8 • p. 27

Choose Your Adventure Grades 6-12 • p. 28

Art Explosion Grades 6-12 • p. 28

Tree Dwellers: Night Ninjas Grades 6-12 • p. 28

Tree Dwellers: Hogwarts Grades 6-12 • p.28

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June 26-28

Little Mermaids Grades K-1 • p. 26

Princess in Training Grades 2-3 • p. 27

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Week Four

Fireflies & Flashlights Grades 2-3 • p. 27

Beach Girls Grades 2-3 • p. 27

June 30 – July 5

Saddle Up Grades 4-5 • p. 25

Once Upon a Time Grades 2-3 • p. 27

Pioneer Adventures Grades 4-5 • p. 27

June 30 – July 2

Wrangler in Training II Grades 10-12 • p. 25

Sun Catchers Grades K-3 • p. 26

Jungle Juniors Grades 4-5 • p. 27

July 7-9

Camp Out Loud Grades 4-5 • p.27 Water Otters (July 8-9) Grades K-3 • p. 26

June 30 – July 5

Tree Dwellers: Night Ninjas Grades 6-12 • p. 28

July 7-12

Mount Up Grades 4-8 • p. 25

Water Warriors Grades 6-12 • p.28

Camp Olympians Grades 4-8 • p. 27

June 30 – July 12

July 2

Tree Dwellers: Hunger Games Grades 6-12 • p. 28

Wrangler in Training I Grades 9-12 • p. 25

Fairy Magic Grades K-1 • p. 26

July 10-12

July 7-12

July 3-5

Go Beyond the Reef Grades 2-3 • p. 27

The Mane Event Grades 6-12 • p. 25

Goo, Glop, & Fizz Grades 2-3 • p. 27

Just Chillin’ Grades 4-5 • p. 27

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Week Three

Week Four

Daring Adventures Grades 2-3 • p. 31

Brownie Baker Grades 2-3 • p. 31

Mermaid Lagoon Grades 2-3 • p. 32

Princess in Training Grades 2-3 • p. 32

July 14-19

July 21-26

H2O Extreme Grades 4-5 • p. 34

Bridles, Boats, and Bows! Grades 4-5 • p. 33

Little House on the Finley Grades 4-5 • p. 34

Wizardry for Muggles Grades 4-5 • p. 34

Camp Olympians Grades 4-8 • p. 35

Avengers Assemble Grades 4-8 • p. 35

July 14-16

Week One

June 30—July 2

Week Two July 7-9

July 21-23

Camp Like a Girl Scout Grades 4-5 • p. 33

Rookie Riders Grades 2-3 • p. 32

June 30—July 5

Glamping Getaway Grades 4-5 • p. 33

Animal Planet Grades 2-3 • p. 31

July 7-12

Frontier Woman Grades 6-12 • p. 36

Hogwarts Camp Grades 6-12 • p. 36

Gotta Catch Em All Grades 4-8 • p. 35

Climbing, Climb On! Grades 4-5 • p. 33

July 15-16

July 22-23

Camp Your Way Grades 6-12 • p. 36

Adventure Bound Grades 4-8 • p. 35

Bits & Pieces Grades K-3 • p. 31

Teddy Bear Tea Grades K-3 • p. 31

Cast Iron Chef Grades 6-12 • p. 36

Escape Room Detectives Grades 4-5 • p. 33

July 17-19

July 23

July 1-2

Art Explosion Grades 6-12 • p. 36

Artists Grades 2-3 • p. 31

Playing Pixies Grades K-1 • p. 30

Jump Start Grades K-3 • p. 31

July 9

Targets and Treasures Grades 2-3 • p. 32

July 24-26

July 3-4

Forest Fairies Grades K-1 • p. 30

Slime Time Grades K-3 • p. 31

July 10-12

Week Five

July 3-5

Pottery Pixies Grades 2-3 • p. 32

Aqua Divas Grades 4-5 • p. 33

Cupcake Wars Grades 4-5 • p. 33

July 28-30

Recycled Runway Grades 2-3 • p. 32

Garden Gnomes Grades 2-3 • p. 31 Goo, Glop & Fizz Grades 2-3 • p. 32

July 28—August 2 Explore Leadership. We’re also offering leadership opportunities throughout the summer! Favorites like Program Aide, Counselor in Training, and Junior Counselor are back... and more! Leadership opportunities can be found on pages 23, 29, and 37.

Musical Madness Grades 2-3 • p. 32

Extreme Engineering Grades 4-5 • p. 33 Moonlight Explorers Grades 4-5 • p. 34 Extra! Camp All About It! Grades 6-12 • p. 36

July 30 Little Mermaids Grades K-1 • p. 30

July 31—August 2 Larger Than Life Grades 2-3 • p. 32 Night Owls Grades 2-3 • p. 32

Zip It! Grades 6-12 • p. 36

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Silver Meadows Adventures Located in Boone County, Silver Meadows features beautiful rolling meadows and a two and half acre lake. Silver Meadows offers archery, canoeing, and hiking on the property.

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At Day Camp, girls will have a chance to spend time participating in themed activities and work on the Journey or badge work related to their session. Girls will also spend time enjoying general camp activities like canoeing, archery, art projects inspired by nature, and more! Girls will be expected to help take care of camp by participating in camp kapers (chores). More information can be found in the Summer Camp Family Handbook located on our website.

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June 17-21 • $65 • Grades K-5 Once upon a time, campers journeyed on an outdoor quest to Silver Meadows to discover all the magical powers behind their favorite Disney characters! Head to the lake and practice paddling like Moana. Be inspired to paint like Rapunzel. Learn about the forest creatures like Snow White. Tackle the low ropes challenge course like Tarzan and Jane. Learn to protect the earth like Wall-e and even cook like they do in Ratatouille! Girls will work towards the Daisy Eco Learner, Brownie Eco Friend, and Junior Eco Camper badge.

Mystical World of STEM June 24-28 • $65 • Grades K-5 Get ready to make magic at STEM day camp! Engineer a catapult to launch a golden snitch, build a wand, and test out some spells. Dabble in science as we make delicious explosions in the kitchen. Then, dive into the world of whimsy and concoct flavored lip-gloss, create your own tiara, and use magical powers to slay the dragon. Girls will work towards the Think Like an Engineer Journey.

Program Aide Training June 17-21 • June 24-28 • $40 By earning the Program Aide Award, Cadettes will learn the basic skills and strategies they need to work with younger girls. Girls will be trained to teach outdoor skills to younger girls as well. Prerequisites: Leadership in Action Award and completion of 5th grade.

Program Aide June 17-21 • June 24-28 • $20 Attend day camp while assisting the camp counselors and putting programing skills in action. Prerequisites: Completion of Program Aide Training and completion of 5th grade.

We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

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We have partnered with Fox Run Stables located just outside of Cape Girardeau, MO. Fox Run is a 75acre equestrian community that features a 150x250 foot outdoor riding ring, plus a fully enclosed 80x160 foot indoor arena, which allows lessons to not be affected by the weather. They offer both Western and English disciplines. Instructors are CHA certified and have 40 years combined experience in showing, training, teaching and riding horses.

We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

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Starting at Latonka Program Center, girls will travel to Fox Run Stable on Monday morning and will spend their nights in the dorms at Southeast Missouri State University. Girls will spend their days Monday through Thursday at the barn and will experience four hours each day on horseback. Thursday afternoon girls will travel back to Latonka Program Center to join in the last night campfire. Lessons combine learning riding skills with horsemanship. Not all lessons are taught on horseback. Classroom and barn instruction are part of the equestrian program. Fox Run prides themselves on teaching responsibility, discipline, coordination, and good sportsmanship with an emphasis on safety. Girls will learn to correctly halter, groom, tack up, ride, and care for horses. When not at the barn, girls will have time to swim, canoe, hike, and create art. Girls will eat breakfast and dinner on campus and have a sack lunch at Fox Run Stables.

Pony Tails June 16-21 • $395 • Grades 2-3

Mount Up June 30-July 5 • $395 • Grades 4-8

Saddle Up June 23-28 • $395 • Grades 4-5

The Mane Event July 7-12 • $395 • Grades 6-12

Wrangler in Training I June 30-July 5 • July 7-12 • $395 Further develop riding skills and learn techniques for teaching and supervising horseback-riding students, horse psychology, and medical emergency skills. Prerequisite: Completion of 8th grade.

Wrangler in Training II June 16-21 • June 23-28 • $395 Improve your leadership skills and learn more about teaching ground lessons. Explore the essentials of delivering a riding program, assist with lessons, theory, and program operations. Prerequisite: Completion of 9th grade and WIT I.

Horse sessions place an emphasis on safety from the ground up; riding may be limited by a camper’s experience and comfort level, or by weather conditions. Wrangler in Training I & II prepare girls to become horseback riding instructors for organizations with stables that utilize wrangler certification programs.

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Latonka Adventures Tucked away in its own cozy private cove on beautiful Lake Wappapello in Wayne County, you’ll find Latonka, “Home by the Water.” Adventure through low ropes, or swing in the trees on high ropes—Latonka offers a wide variety of programs designed to encourage guests to face and overcome outdoor challenges!

Fairy Magic

Sun Catchers

July 2 • $50 • Grades K-1

June 23-25 • $130 • Grades K-3

Make fairy wings and a wand, then head to the lake for a magical adventure. Together, build fairy homes for all camp fairies to enjoy! Finally, follow the fairies to uncover a secret! Girls will work towards the Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden Journey.

Great for new campers, this session includes swimming, hiking, singing, games, and crafts. Have an awesome time and make new friends! Girls will work towards the Making Friends badge.

Little Mermaids June 18 • $50 • Grades K-1

Be an otter while splashing, swirling, and twirling on land and water. Play water games, have a beachside picnic, spend extra time swimming, and even play otter dodgeball in the lake! Girls will work towards the Outdoor Adventurer badge.

Become a mermaid! Play water games, swim, and enjoy the sun. Then, be crafty and have a picnic. Girls will work towards Between Earth and Sky Journey.

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Water Otters July 8-9 • $90 • Grades K-3

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Beach Girls

Fireflies & Flashlights

Camp Olympians

July 7-9 • $130 • Grades 2-3

June 30—July 2 • $130 Grades 2-3

July 7-12 • $250 • Grades 4-8

Spend the days splashing around the lake, making sand castles, playing water games, and learning about lake creatures. Enjoy a beach party with delicious BBQ, music, and a bonfire by the lake with new friends. Girls will work towards the Wonders of Water Journey.

Goo, Glop & Fizz July 3-5 • $130 • Grades 2-3

Stay up late and explore camp at night! Make a glowing craft, play night games, and then make a late-night snack. Girls will work towards the Space Science Adventurer badge.

Go Beyond the Reef July 10-12 • $130 • Grades 2-3

Get messy and blow stuff up! Try bending water, making raisins dance, and creating giant bubbles and silly putty. Shoot off rockets and make soda explode! Girls will work towards the Home Scientist badge.

Say “Hey!” to Hei Hei during this Moana inspired session! Go on a quest to return the heart of Te Fiti, have an epic luau with your friends, swim, sing songs, and make a volcano on the beach! Girls will work towards the Wonders of Water Journey.

Once Upon a Time

Princess in Training

June 23-25 • $130 • Grades 2-3

June 26-28 • $130 • Grades 2-3

Once upon a time, campers journeyed to a storybook land filled with dragons, fairies, magical potions, and quests. Join us to camp happily ever after. Girls will work towards the Letterboxer badge.

Explore the skills of your favorite princesses! Paddle like Pocahontas. Shoot targets like Merida. Swim like Ariel. Cook like Tiana. And, defend yourself like Mulan! Girls will work towards A World of Girls Journey.

Camp Out Loud

Just Chillin’

July 7-9 • $130 • Grades 4-5

July 10-12 • $160 • Grades 4-5

A camp traditions sampler! Experience nature-inspired art, swimming, canoeing, roasting s’mores, and so much more. Girls will work towards the Camper badge.

Camp is a great place to chill out! Hang out on the beach, create an art project, and sing songs over a campfire. Girls will also choose other daily activities like archery, canoeing, or hiking. Girls will work towards the Social Butterfly badge.

Jungle Juniors June 30-July 5 • $250 • Grades 4-5 Swing through the jungle on the rope course, fly through the sky on the zipline, and climb across the pirates crossing and postman’s walk! When not on the ropes course, go swimming, make a few crafts, and hang with jungle friends. Girls will work towards the Staying Fit badge.

Greek mythology abounds! Train to take your place among the Olympians by learning self-defense and archery before heading out on a quest…oracle permitting! Prepare by making a shield and honing skills through a game of capture the flag. Girls will work towards the Field Day badge.

Girl vs. Wild June 23-28 • $250 • Grades 4-8 Practice primitive outdoor skills, learn first aid, shoot archery, make a disaster kit, and compete in a wilderness challenge! Girls will work towards the Primitive Camper badge.

Voyagers June 16-21 • $270 • Grades 4-8 Explore camp on the water! Travel by canoe and make a raft. Then spend a day in the lake tip sizing your canoe, learning the boat over boat technique, and swimming! Learn new paddling tricks to get ready for a canoe trip to People’s Creek. Finally, explore Lake Wappapello on a pontoon boat ride. Girls will work towards the Get Moving! Journey.

Pioneer Adventures June 16-21 • $260 • Grades 4-5 Follow the footsteps of pioneer ancestors as they conquered the frontier. Activities include making soap, dipping candles, storytelling, and outdoor cooking. Girls will work towards the Playing the Past badge.

We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

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Art Explosion June 23-28 • $260 • Grades 6-12 Try out all things creative during this art adventure! Fashion design, graphic design, painting, drawing, and pottery are all on the schedule. Get inspiration by exploring camp and going on adventures! Girls will work towards the Textile Artist Badge.

Choose Your Adventure June 16-21 • $250 • Grades 6-12 As a unit, choose your adventures for the week. Try the high ropes course, go canoeing, or paint a masterpiece. Maybe a canoe trip to People’s Creek, spend all day at the waterfront, compete in an outdoor challenge, or relax and enjoy a camp-style spa treatment. Girls will work towards the aMAZE Journey.

Tree Dwellers: Hogwarts June 23-28 • $250 • Grades 6-12 At night, sleep in the tree house unit at Latonka! And during the day, attend Hogwarts and study classes in Potions, Defense Against the Dark Arts, and Herbology. The experience is complete with a sorting ceremony, a wand workshop, and even a Quidditch match! Girls will work towards the aMAZE Journey.

Tree Dwellers: Hunger Games July 7-12 • $250 • Grades 6-12 At night, sleep in the tree house unit at Latonka! And during the day, train and practice in archery, navigation, self-defense, fire building, and survival skills. Before the week is over, compete in teams in the Hunger Games – Camp Style! May the odds be ever in your favor! Girls will work towards the Staying Fit badge.

Tree Dwellers: Night Ninjas June 16-21 • June 30—July 5 • $250 • Grades 6-12 At night, sleep in the tree house unit at Latonka! Night Ninjas are known for their camp stealth and adventure! Try your hand at glow- in-the-dark archery, sleep-in breakfasts, zip-lining at night, and tackling a glow-in-the-dark obstacle course. Girls will work towards the aMAZE Journey.

Water Warriors June 30—July 5 • $250 • Grades 6-12 During this water extravaganza, girls will go on a canoe trip, learn about water conservation with a take action project, and spend ample time playing in the lake and lounging on the beach. Even go on a pontoon boat ride! Girls will work towards the Paddling badge.

We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

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Program Aide Training June 16-21 • June 21-28 June 30—July 5 • July 7-12 • $150 By earning the Cadette Program Aide Award, Cadettes will learn the basic skills and strategies they need to work with younger girls. Girls will be trained to teach outdoor skills to younger girls as well. Prerequisites: Leadership in Action Award and completion of 5th grade.

Camp Aide June 16-21 • June 23-28 June 30—July 5 • July 7-12 • $130 Enjoy camp favorites and special activities while helping at the kitchen, waterfront, and program areas at camp. If you’ve already completed Program Aide training, you can also choose to aid in a unit! Prerequisite: Completion of the 7th grade.

Counselor in Training 1 June 30—July 12 • $310 While connecting with herself and others, this intense two-week session prepares girls for the rigors and rewards of being a camp counselor. Make a difference in a young girl’s life while focusing on a program skill such as drama, hiking, crafts, or outdoor skills. Finally, take action by helping organize and prepare an all-camp activity! Prerequisite: Completion of 9th grade. Participants may spend the weekend at camp for an additional $20. Weekend activities will involve sleeping in, relaxing, and doing laundry.

Counselor in Training 2 June 16-28 • $310 Ready for more? Not only will girls be teaching others, but girls will be discovering new skills to help them become a more highly-skilled counselor. This experience will help prepare girls to become a Junior Counselor next summer! Prerequisites: Completion of the 10th grade and CIT I. Participants may spend the weekend at camp for an additional $20. Weekend activities will involve sleeping in, relaxing, and doing laundry.

Junior Counselor June 16-21 • June 23-28 June 30—July 5 • July 7-12 • $130 Use leadership and program skills working under the supervision of camp staff in units or at a favorite specialty area. During this week, girls learn more about camp management to prepare themselves to apply for a position on camp staff next year. Prerequisite: Completion of 11th grade and CIT 2.

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Finbrooke Adventures Found along the beautiful Finley River, Finbrooke is a spectacular camp tucked away just outside of Springfield in Christian County. From the excitement of rappelling off the tower, hiking to the “Hidden Falls,” and perfecting your shot at the archery range—Finbrooke offers an ultimate camp experience.

Forest Fairies

Little Mermaids

July 9 • $50 • Grades K-1

July 30 • $50 • Grades K-1

Celebrate the magic of nature. Imaginations run wild designing a wand and enjoying a tea party in the forest. Together, build fairy homes for all camp fairies to enjoy! Girls will work towards the Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden Journey.

Become a mermaid this summer! Play water games, swim, and enjoy the sun. Then, make a craft and have a picnic. Girls will work towards Between Earth and Sky Journey.

We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

July 23 • $50 • Grades K-1

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Playing Pixies Calling all nature lovers! Enjoy a day at camp while exploring the river and woods! Have fun planting flowers, hiking, swimming, and making nature crafts! Girls will work towards Between Earth and Sky Journey.


Bits & Pieces July 15-16 • $90 • Grades K-3 Great for new campers, girls will visit the craft barn, test their swimming skills, hike the trails of Finbrooke, and roast a s’more while singing songs. Girls will work towards the Eco Friend badge.

Jump Start July 1-2 • $90 • Grades K-3 Jump-start the ultimate camp experience by trying a little bit of everything. Discover Finbrooke through art projects, singing, games, swimming, and outdoor exploration. Girls will work towards the Outdoor Adventurer badge.

Slime Time July 3-4 • $90 • Grades K-3 Prepare to get dirty—playing messy and goopy games, making several kinds of slime, and searching for slimy amphibians in the woods! Girls will work towards the Senses badge.

Teddy Bear Tea July 22-23 • $90 • Grades K-3 Bring your favorite stuffed animal for a one-night adventure! Go swimming, make nature—inspired art, sing songs, and explore nature with your teddy. Then, have a tea party in the forest! Girls will work towards the Making Friends badge.

Animal Planet June 30—July 5 • $275 • Grades 2-3 All things furry, scaly, and feathered! Travel to Dickerson Park Zoo to learn about animals in the wild—where they live, what they eat, and what they do. Explore nature and work to help the environment. Bring a stuffed animal to share the adventures during this weeklong camp! Girls will work towards the Eco Friend badge.

Artists July 17-19 • $140 • Grades 2-3 Explore the world of art through crafting, jewelry-making, and painting. At the end of the week, girls will work together on an art project that can be left at camp for future campers to admire. Girls will earn the Painter badge.

Brownie Baker July 21-23 • $130 • Grades 2-3 The perfect opportunity to go wild with baking! Bake cupcakes, decorate treats, and create a snack recipe. Girls will work towards the Snack badge.

Daring Adventures July 14-16 • $130 • Grades 2-3 Explore Finbrooke by wading in the river, taking a nature hike, and building a bird feeder. When not exploring, build a campfire and practice knot tying. Girls will work towards Outdoor Adventurer.

Garden Gnomes July 28-30 • $130 • Grades 2-3 Find some little creatures and discover the world of plants and bugs. Learn all about garden ecosystems, play in the mud, and take home a mini garden! Girls will work towards the Bug Badge.

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Goo, Glop & Fizz

Larger Than Life

July 28-30 • $130 • Grades 2-3

July 31—­­August 2 • $130 • Grades 2-3

Get messy and blow stuff up! Try bending water, make raisins dance, and create giant bubbles and silly putty. Plus, shoot off rockets and make soda explode! Girls will work towards the Home Scientist badge.

March through life-sized Candyland, try not to knock down a huge Jenga tower, be a hippo in a game of Hungry Hungry Hippos, and play a giant game of Kerplunk. Also swim and play games in the pool, try a round of paint Twister, and share plenty of laughs! Girls will work towards the Fair Play badge.

Mermaid Lagoon July 14-16 • $130 • Grades 2-3 Swim every day, then trade in your fins for feet! Make mermaid-inspired art and take a hike to the river and search for friendship rocks to share with new friends. Girls will work towards the Wonders of Water Journey.

Musical Madness July 24-26 • $130 • Grades 2-3

Night Owls July 31—August 2 • $130 • Grades 2-3 Mornings not your thing? Sleep late every morning and explore camp during the late-night hours. Take a late-night swim, follow glow-in-the-dark trail signs, and tell stories around a campfire. Girls will work towards the Hiker badge.

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Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So much fun at camp! Make an instrument, learn a new song, and choreograph a dance to perform. Be ready to sing while exploring all around camp! Girls will work towards the Dancer badge.

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July 10-12 • $150 • Grades 2-3 What would you do with a ball of clay? Pottery Pixies lets girls explore the world of pottery by designing their very own clay pot. Girls will work towards the Potter badge.

Recycled Runway July 24-26 • $130 • Grades 2-3 Combine imagination and passion for the environment to design clothing and jewelry from recyclable materials. Learn ways to reduce waste by creating beautiful pieces. Girls will work toward the Household Elf badge.

Rookie Riders* July 7-9 • $255 • Grades 2-3 Ready for a horseback riding adventure? Cowgirl up and visit a nearby horse stable to go horseback riding. Then spend the afternoon swimming and making crafts. Girls will work towards the Making Friends Badge.

July 21-23 • $130 • Grades 2-3 Explore the skills of your favorite princesses! Paddle like Pocahontas. Shoot targets like Merida. Swim like Ariel. Cook like Tiana. And, defend yourself like Mulan! Girls will work towards A World of Girls Journey.

Targets and Treasures July 17-19 • $130 • Grades 2-3 Treasurers are hidden throughout Finbrooke! Go letterboxing to search for treasure and then create a new letterboxing course! In addition to traditional camp activities, girls will get a chance to perfect their shots with sling shots. Girls will work towards the Letterboxer badge.

* Horse sessions place an emphasis on safety from the ground up; riding may be limited by a participant’s experience and comfort level or weather conditions. This unit will be leaving Finbrooke twice to ride horses at Hartman Farms outside of Springfield. We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

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Aqua Divas July 3-5 • $130 • Grades 4-5 A diva deserves to get away for a while—relax by canoeing on the river, lounge by the pool at a luau, and take the occasional dip. The pampering will continue with homemade facials, nail painting, and making a lei! Girls will work towards the Social Butterfly badge.

Bridles, Boats, and Bows!* July 21-26 • $365 • Grades 4-5 Combine a love for horses with canoeing and archery! Enjoy saddling up for a ride, canoeing on the river, and perfecting your shot at the archery range. Girls will work towards the Horseback Riding badge.

Camp Like a Girl Scout June 30—July 2 • $130 • Grades 4-5 Experience a little bit of everything! Try out archery, canoeing, low ropes, and the pool. And don’t leave camp without making an art project! Girls will work towards the Camper badge.

Climbing, Climb On! July 7-12 • $260 • Grades 4-5 Adventure abounds at the Finbrooke Challenge Course! Each day will be a new challenge to overcome. Challenges may include the low and high ropes, rock wall, rappelling tower, zip line, and much more! Girls will work towards the Staying Fit badge.

Cupcake Wars July 10-12 • $140 • Grades 4-5 Frosting, decorations, and cupcakes galore! Spend time in the lodge kitchen learning about baking, decorating, and sampling treats! Then, enter the Camp Bake-Off…may the best bakers win! Girls will work towards the Simple Meals badge.

Escape Room Detectives July 7-12 • $250 • Grades 4-5 Become a detective by learning about codes, fingerprinting, and problem solving. Practice new skills by creating an escape room! Then, solve the Great Finbrooke Mystery. Girls will work towards the Detective badge.

Extreme Engineering July 28—August 2 • $260 • Grades 4-5 Become an engineer while building towers, bridges, catapults, and hover boards! Learn about the world of STEM and master challenges while also enjoying the wonders of camp. Girls will work towards the Think Like an Engineer Journey.

Glamping Getaway July 7-9 • $130 • Grades 4-5 This glamorous getaway is for self-discovery and unplugging from everyday life, practicing yoga, making healthy snacks, learning about self-care, cooling off in the pool, and enjoying a spa night. Girls will work towards the Staying Fit badge.

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H2O Extreme

Moonlight Explorers

July 14-19 • $250 • Grades 4-5

July 28—August 2 • $250 • Grades 4-5

Have a week of water fun at camp swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and playing water games. Then have a floating lunch and take a late-night swim. Girls will work towards the Agent of Change Journey.

Catch the moonlight and explore camp while everyone else is asleep! This week is full of late-night activities like searching for shooting stars, night hikes, and taking a late-night dip at the pool. Girls will work towards the Get Moving! Journey.

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Wizardry for Muggles

July 14-19 • $260 • Grades 4-5

July 21-26 • $260 • Grades 4-5

Grab your bonnets! Live off the land like the Little House on the Prairie book series as you churn butter, make a pioneer toy, dip candles, cook over a fire, and tell stories around the campfire. Girls will work towards the Playing in the Past badge.

Do you have what it takes to win the house cup? Get sorted by the Sorting Hat, and then get ready for a week at Hogwarts – camp style! Attend your favorite Hogwarts classes—Care of Magical Creatures, Herbology, Quidditch, and Potions. Girls will work towards the aMUSE Journey.

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Adventure Bound July 7-12 • $260 • Grades 4-8 The adventure starts with hitting the low ropes course for an unforgettable challenge. The adventure continues with archery, tackling the high ropes course, canoeing, geocaching, and so much more. Girls will work towards the Trailblazing badge.

Avengers Assemble July 21-26 • $260 • Grades 4-8 Calling all superheroes! Do you have what it takes to save the world? Make a cape, master an obstacle course in side-kick training, fly through the zip line, learn about real world heroes, and design a comic book. Girls will work towards the Comic Artist badge.

Camp Olympians July 14-19 • $250 • Grades 4-8 Greek mythology abounds! Train to take your place among the Olympians by learning self-defense and archery before heading out on a quest…oracle permitting! Prepare by making a shield and honing skills through a game of capture the flag. Girls will work towards the Field Day badge.

Gotta Catch Em All June 30—July 5 • $260 • Grades 4-8 Calling all Pokémon Trainers! Collect pokéballs, go on a scavenger hunt to catch Pokémon, battle your friends, and learn all about how to care for animals and protect the environment. Is that a Pokémon on the zipline?! Girls will work towards the Animal Habitats badge.

We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

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Art Explosion July 7-12 • $260 • Grades 6-12 Try out all things creative during this art adventure! Fashion design, graphic design, painting, drawing, and pottery are all on the schedule. Find inspiration by exploring camp and going on adventures! Girls will work towards the Textile Artist Badge.

Camp Your Way June 30—July 5 • $250 • Grades 6-12 As a unit, create the schedule for the week. More time at the pool? Yes! Climb the climbing wall? Yep! Practice archery at the range? You bet! Or create endless art and relax by the campfire. Late-night dance party, anyone? Girls will work towards the aMAZE Journey.

Cast Iron Chef June 30—July 5 • $260 • Grades 6-12 Face a daily team challenge to create recipes using only a cast iron pot. Don’t forget the secret ingredient! Learn techniques for making delicious food and put culinary skills to the test in a cast iron cook-off! Girls will work towards the New Cuisines badge.

Extra! Extra! Camp All About It! July 28—August 2 • $260 • Grades 6-12 Learn all about the world of journalism and get behind the scenes at camp. Conduct interviews, take photos, write stories, and produce a camp newsletter! While not reporting, enjoy ziplining, archery, and swimming. Girls will work towards the Photography badge.

Frontier Woman* July 14-19 • $260 • Grades 6-12 Explore the great frontier, including foraging for food and making cheese! Learn how to use tools, cut down a tree, repair a car, and prepare a survival kit during this ultimate survival experience. Spend a morning on horseback and try your hand at archery and air-riflery. Girls will work towards the Archery badge.

Hogwarts Camp July 21-26 • $260 • Grades 6-12 Join us at Hogwarts—complete with a sorting ceremony, wand workshop, and Quidditch match! Attend classes in Potions, Defense Against the Dark Arts, and Herbology. Girls will work towards the aMAZE Journey.

Zip It! July 28—August 2 • $270 • Grades 6-12 A week full of excitement, teamwork, and high-flying adventure! Work together to test limits on the low ropes course, catch an adrenaline rush on the zip line, and rappel off the climbing tower! Then climb the Giant’s Ladder and even try out crate climbing! Girls will work towards the First Aid badge.

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* Horse sessions place an emphasis on safety from the ground up; riding may be limited by a participant’s experience and comfort level or weather conditions. This unit will be leaving Finbrooke twice to ride horses at Hartman Farms outside of Springfield.

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Program Aide Training June 30—July 5 • July 7-12 • July 14-19 July 21-26 • July 28—August 2 • $150 By earning the Cadette Program Aide Award, Cadettes will learn the basic skills and strategies they need to work with younger girls. Girls will be trained to teach outdoor skills to younger girls, as well. Prerequisites: Leadership in Action Award and completion of 5th grade.

Camp Aide June 30—July 5 • July 7-12 • July 14-19 July 21-26 • July 28—August 2 • $130 Enjoy camp favorites and special activities while helping at the kitchen, waterfront, and program areas at camp. If you’ve already completed Program Aide training, you can also choose aiding in a unit! Prerequisite: Completion of the 7th grade.

Counselor in Training 1 July 14-26 • $310 While connecting with herself and others, this intense two-week session prepares girls for the rigors and rewards of being a camp counselor. Make a difference in a young girl’s life while focusing on a program skill such as drama, hiking, crafts, or outdoor skills. Finally, take action by helping organize and prepare an all-camp activity! Prerequisite: Completion of 9th grade. Participants may spend the weekend at camp for an additional $20. Weekend activities will involve sleeping in, relaxing, and doing laundry.

Counselor in Training 2 June 30—July 12 • $310 Ready for more? Not only will you be teaching others, but you will be discovering new skills to help them become a more highly-skilled counselor. This experience will help prepare you to become a Junior Counselor next summer! Prerequisites: Completion of the 10th grade and CIT I. Participants may spend the weekend at camp for an additional $20. Weekend activities will involve sleeping in, relaxing, and doing laundry.

Junior Counselor June 30—July 5 • July 7-12 • July 14-19 July 21-26 • July 28—August 2 • $130 We are offering Go-Getter pricing again this year! The prices you see listed are for Go-Getters who register prior to May 15. On May 15 on-time pricing will go into effect and all prices will increase by $15.

Use leadership and program skills working under the supervision of camp staff in units or at a favorite specialty area. During this week, girls learn more about camp management to prepare themselves to apply for a position on camp staff next year. Prerequisite: Completion of 11th grade and CIT 2.

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Since the beginning of Girl Scouting, outdoor experiences have been fundamental to the Girl Scout movement. Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, took girls outside more than a century ago because she knew that experiencing nature instills something special in girls. Armed with this information, we have devoted resources, energy and focus in the coming year to ensuring that all girls have access to outdoor experiences. So dive in — you are here. It’s the Year of the Outdoor Girl and there is something for everyone. We look forward to seeing you in the great outdoors!

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210 S. Ingram Mill Road Springfield, MO 65802-6100 877-312-4764 www.girlscoutsmoheartland.org

From California to STEM Camp in Germany to China to the Space Academy, the options are endless! Destinations are the ultimate adventure program for girls ages 11 and older. They are your individual passport to new adventures and a new you. As you zip-line through rain forests or navigate amazing new landscapes, you’ll find inner strength you didn’t know you had. Check out current destinations at www.girlscouts.org/destinations Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland

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Explore  

Say yes to adventure! Explore is here to guide members of Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland to opportunities that excite! It’s full of o...

Explore  

Say yes to adventure! Explore is here to guide members of Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland to opportunities that excite! It’s full of o...