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  • Outdoor Training: Part A & B ​Completion of the Council's Outdoor Training by one of the adults in a troop is required before the... (more)
  • Outdoor Training: Part A & B
    Lompoc

    Adults

    Wednesday, July 27 - Wednesday, July 27, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    Location: Lompoc
    Fee: Adult Fee: $15.00
    Included in Fee: includes training program and resource materials
    Registration Ends: 7/18/2016 11:00 PM
    Description:

    Completion of the Council's Outdoor Training by one of the adults in a troop is required before the troop may participate in Fire building, cookouts, tent camping at public or Girl Scout facilities, or for participation in Girl Scout events such as Service Unit camp-outs and Kaleidoscope, etc.  Having more than one trained person per troop is STRONGLY recommended.

     

    Outdoor Training is a two part training.  Part A is a planning class.  Part B is a ‘hands-on’ training at a campsite where you will set up the campsite, cook outdoors, and pack up. Must attend both sessions in order to be certified.

    EVENT DETAILS:​      
     At the end of this training the participants will be able to:
     
    · Understand the purpose of outdoor activities in Girl Scouting
    · Identify the possibilities and limits in travel, cooking and overnight programs for a Girl Scout troop or group. 
    · Use progression guidelines in planning the appropriate activities with girl involvement.
    · Show knowledge of health, safety, policies, standards, and procedures required of GSUSA and our council.
    · Choose the appropriate forms for out-of-doors activities.
    · Understand the Eight Basic Scout Outdoor Skills.
    · Introduction to knots, Lashing, Compass
    · Provide new opportunities for the girls, armed with a new set of skills!
     
    How To Register:

    ​Register via eBiz: Outdoor Training: Part A & B​


    Invited: Leaders & Adult Volunteers
    Additional Information:

    Click here for Outdoor Training flyer!

    PREREQUISITE: Stepping Out will be requested by July 20th. If you have previously completed Stepping Out or if your SU received and graded your test, you will need to confirm this.  (Must be registered and background checked)
     

    Girl Maximum: 0
    Adult Maximum: 10
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs, No walk-ups, No petsView All Calendar Events
  • WOLF Girl Scout Exchange Program ​WOLF is excited to invite the Girl Scouts (ages 11-15) for a free day(s) of fun and adventure with ... (more)
  • WOLF Girl Scout Exchange Program
    Games and Challenges, Adventure, Fun and Friendship

    Grades 6-8Grades 9-10

    Friday, July 29 - Friday, July 29, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Location: Arnaz Program Center
    Fee: Girl Fee: $0.00 but must register Adult Fee: $0.00 but must register (no patch provided for participants)
    Included in Fee: N/A
    Registration Ends: 7/22/2016 11:00 PM
    Description:

    WOLF is excited to invite the Girl Scouts (ages 11-15) for a free day(s) of fun and adventure with our international students from China. The events will be hosted at Camp Arnaz on three consecutive Fridays, July 22nd, July 29th, and August 5th. The Girl Scouts are welcome to attend one date, two, or all three! Participants will arrive at 10am on Friday and have an opportunity to meet the Chinese exchange students. At noon, everyone will enjoy a free lunch provided by WOLF, and after lunch, let the games begin! Our International Game Day will consist of several different events, including: archery, a four-way soccer challenge, a water balloon toss, a volleyball tournament, and much more!  At the end of the day, we will give all of the students a chance to sign their new WOLF bandanas and say their goodbyes before they are picked up at 5pm.  We look forward to seeing you at our International Game Day!

    How To Register:

    Please RSVP to WOLF via phone (818) 991-6707, or email tom@wolfadventures.org, by the prior Friday so that we can make sure we have enough food.


    Invited: Troops, Individual Girl Members, Adult Chaperones
    Additional Information:

    Click here for the WOLF Girl Scout Exchange Program flyer

    ​Click here for the schedule of events
     
    Girls should wear comfortable, layered activewear clothing, closed-toe shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. Girls should bring a refillable water bottle. Lunch will be provided.
     
    About WOLF
     W.O.L.F., The Wilderness Outdoor Leadership Foundation 501 (c), founded in 1994, provides outdoor education and leadership programs for over 100 area public and private schools with curriculum including science, team building, primitive skills, first aid/CPR, teacher training, corporate retreats, high ropes adventure courses and summer travel trips. W.O.L.F. employs approximately 40 teachers, facilitators, presenters, and specialists who are committed to providing safe and memorable student experiences. Further information about W.O.L.F. can be obtained at www.wolfadventures.org or through the offices of the Executive Director Michael J. Woodruff, (818) 991-6707 info@wolfadventures.org
     
    Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to have all traveling forms for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release) Forms can be downloaded from the council website www.girlscoutsccc.org/forms Review specific event requirements in Safety Activity Checkpoints before taking any trip. All drivers should be registered Girl Scout Members, have completed a volunteer application and background check, have a valid CA driver’s license and hold current vehicle insurance.

    Girl Maximum: determined by WOLF
    Adult Maximum: determined by WOLF
    Financial Assistance: N/A
    Attendee Restriction: No Tagalongs. No walk-ups. No Pets.View All Calendar Events
  • Camp Natoma! ​DESCRIPTION:                 Come join other Girl Scouts for a two night residential camp offe... (more)
  • Camp Natoma!

    Grades 2-3Grades 4-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-10

    Sunday, July 31 - Tuesday, August 02, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
    Location: Templeton, CA
    Fee: Girl Fee: $100.00
    Included in Fee: Program, activities, lodging, meals, & transportation to and from drop off location
    Registration Ends:
    Description:

    DESCRIPTION:                

    Come join other Girl Scouts for a two night residential camp offered by Camp Natoma in beautiful Central California! 

    EVENT DETAILS:​ 

    This All Girl Scout session includes sleeping under the stars and many outdoor activities such as: 

    · Swimming

    · Hiking

    · Arts and Crafts

    · Archery

    · Music

    · Nature exploration

    · Team-building

    · … and what camp is complete without S’mores!?!

    Girls will also be working on a variety of Badges and Patches! 

    Girls attend camp as individual members without an adult present.  The camp is fully staffed by Natoma. All staff go through rigorous training and the camp is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA).  

    There are a very limited number of Adult Volunteer spaces available. 

    Those interested in participating must contact Kim Summers-Everett:

    ksummers-everett@girlscoutsccc.org 

    Girls will be grouped by age.  Girls may list a buddy and those requests will be honored as long as they fall within the correct age group.  Each session can accommodate 100-120 campers.

    Camp Natoma is open to Brownies through Senior Girls*

    *Girls entering second grade are also welcome to participate! 

    For additional information please visit the Camp Natoma website: 

    http://www.campnatoma.org/girl-scouts-2016


     

    How To Register:
    Invited: Individual Girls
    Additional Information:

    ​Click here for the Camp Natoma Flyer! 

    Special note: The drop off and pick up times may vary. Camp Natoma will provide you with specific times following registration. 


    Girl Maximum: 120
    Adult Maximum: 0
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs, no walk-ups, and absolutely no pets.View All Calendar Events
  • Mi Casa Day Camp! ​Travel through time with Mi Casa Day Camp!  Girls will participate in numerous activities incl... (more)
  • Mi Casa Day Camp!

    K-1Grades 2-3Grades 4-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-10Grades 11-12

    Monday, August 01 - Friday, August 05, 8:15 AM - 2:45 PM
    Location: Camarillo
    Fee: Girl Fee: $100.00
    Included in Fee: Program, Camp Patch, Camp t-shirt, and additional workshops
    Registration Ends: 6/30/2016 11:00 PM
    Description:

    ​Travel through time with Mi Casa Day Camp! 

    Girls will participate in numerous activities including: 

    • Art 
    • Cooking
    • STEM
    • Games
    • Songs 
    • and Archery! (for Juniors and above) 
    Girls will earn a camp patch and work towards many more! 

    How To Register:
    Invited: Troops, Individual Girl Members, and Adult Volunteers
    Additional Information:

    Please see this link for additional information​.

    Or you can email with additional questions: 

    Jennifer: jnkflittie@gmail.com or Karen: fraserclan5@verizon.net​

    Tagalongs & Siblings are welcome! However, there is a fee for every participant and they must be registered! 

    Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to have all traveling forms for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release) Forms can be downloaded from the council website www.girlscoutsccc.org/forms​ Review specific event requirements in Safety Activity Checkpoints before taking any trip. All drivers should be registered Girl Scout Members, have completed a volunteer application and background check, have a valid CA driver’s license and hold current vehicle insurance.​


    Girl Maximum: 150
    Adult Maximum: 50
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No Walk-ups, and no petsView All Calendar Events
  • Camp Natoma! ​DESCRIPTION:                 Come join other Girl Scouts for a two night residential camp offered ... (more)
  • Camp Natoma!

    Grades 2-3Grades 4-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-10

    Tuesday, August 02 - Thursday, August 04, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
    Location: Templeton, CA
    Fee: Girl Fee: $100.00
    Included in Fee: Program, activities, lodging, meals, & transportation to and from drop off location
    Registration Ends:
    Description:

    DESCRIPTION:                

    Come join other Girl Scouts for a two night residential camp offered by Camp Natoma in beautiful Central California! 

    EVENT DETAILS:​ 

    This All Girl Scout session includes sleeping under the stars and many outdoor activities such as: 

    · Swimming

    · Hiking

    · Arts and Crafts

    · Archery

    · Music

    · Nature exploration

    · Team-building

    · … and what camp is complete without S’mores!?!

    Girls will also be working on a variety of Badges and Patches! 

    Girls attend camp as individual members without an adult present.  The camp is fully staffed by Natoma. All staff go through rigorous training and the camp is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA).  

    There are a very limited number of Adult Volunteer spaces available. 

    Those interested in participating must contact Kim Summers-Everett:

    ksummers-everett@girlscoutsccc.org 

    Girls will be grouped by age.  Girls may list a buddy and those requests will be honored as long as they fall within the correct age group.  Each session can accommodate 100-120 campers.

    Camp Natoma is open to Brownies through Senior Girls*

    *Girls entering second grade are also welcome to participate! 

    For additional information please visit the Camp Natoma website: 

    http://www.campnatoma.org/girl-scouts-2016​

    How To Register:
    Invited: Individual Girls
    Additional Information:

    ​Click here for the Camp Natoma Flyer! ​

    Special note: The drop off and pick up times may vary. Camp Natoma will provide you with specific times following registration. ​


    Girl Maximum: 120
    Adult Maximum: 0
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs, no walk-ups, and absolutely no pets.View All Calendar Events
 

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