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  • Camp Conejo! ​Come Rock'n Roll with Camp Conejo this summer! A week long day camp provided by the Conejo Valley S... (more)
  • Camp Conejo!
    Get Ready for a Rock'n Good Time!

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

    Monday, June 27 - Friday, July 01, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    Location: Thousand Oaks
    Fee: Girl fee $130.00
    Included in Fee: Program, Patches, T-shirts, Snacks & More!
    Registration Ends:
    Description:

    ​Come Rock'n Roll with Camp Conejo this summer! A week long day camp provided by the Conejo Valley Service Unit.  

    How To Register:

    ​Please register directly with Camp Conejo. Click here: www.campconejo.com


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

    ​Camp Conejo offers two sessions of a week-long day camp in which girls will earn a multitude of badges, fun patches, and share an outstanding experience with other girls! 

    Dates & Times:

    Session 1: Monday, June 27, 2016 - Friday, July 1, 2016

    Session 2: Monday, July 11, 2016  - Friday, July 15, 2016

    Camp Runs from 9:00am to 3:30pm daily 

    Camp Conejo welcomes:

    Campers: K-5

    Girls entering Cadette level & up: Leadership opportunities are available! 

     

    Adult volunteers are also welcome! 

    Please see the Camp Conejo​ website for additional information! 


     

    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: 300
    Adult Maximum: 100
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs, no walk-ups, and absolutely no pets.View All Calendar Events
  • Costa de Oro Day Camp! ​Yes We Can!  Girls in Innovation! ... (more)
  • Costa de Oro Day Camp!

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

    Monday, June 27 - Friday, July 01, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Location: Goleta
    Fee: Girl Fee: $150.00
    Included in Fee: Camp patch & t-Shirt, activity supplies, daily snack and Friday lunch
    Registration Ends:
    Description:

    ​Yes We Can! 

    Girls in Innovation! 

    How To Register:

    ​Please click here to register directly with Costa de Oro Day Camp! 


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

    Click here for the Costa de Oro Day Camp Flyer! ​

    Explore, Design, Build and Play. 

    STEAM interwoven with speakers and activities!

    There will be a Cadette Overnighter on Thursday night, June 30 for girls entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade! Register through the camp registration link (additional $20 per girl).

    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 pets.View All Calendar Events
  • 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
    Adult Education

    Adults

    Wednesday, July 06 - Wednesday, July 06, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Location: Camp Arnaz
    Fee: Adult Fee $15.00
    Included in Fee: training program and resource materials
    Registration Ends: 6/27/2016 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.

    PREREQUISITE: Stepping Out will be requested by July 29th. 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)
     
    How To Register:

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


    Invited: Leaders & Adult Volunteers
    Additional Information:

    ​Click here for Outdoor Training: Part A & B flyer!

     
    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!
     

    Girl Maximum: 0
    Adult Maximum: 20
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs, No walk-ups, No petsView All Calendar Events
  • GSCCC Archery Patch Program! ​Join fellow Girl Scouts, grade 3 Brownies and older, to earn the first level, MAIDEN, of the GSCCC ... (more)
  • GSCCC Archery Patch Program!
    MAIDEN

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

    Saturday, July 09 - Saturday, July 09, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Location: Arnaz Program Center
    Fee: Girl Fee: $15.00 Adult Fee: $0.00, but must register. Excludes program materials
    Included in Fee: Program, Patch
    Registration Ends: 7/3/2016 11:00 PM
    Description:

    Join fellow Girl Scouts, grade 3 Brownies and older, to earn the first level, MAIDEN, of the GSCCC Archery Patch Program!

    The bow, the instrument of the Archer, dates back to 6000 BC and has provided a safe and successful way to hunt through the millennium. Today, Archery is part of the Olympic Games and develops powers of concentration and coordination. The GSCCC Archery Patch Program has three tiers; Maiden, Scout, and Huntress. Each tier has five steps; 
    · Safety
    · Equipment 
    · Technique
    · Target Practice
    · Archery Opportunities 
     
    GSCCC Trained Level One Certified US Archery Instructors will delivery the program and work with the girls to provide a safe, educational and fun experience on their way to becoming a GSCCC Archery Huntress! Equipment is provided!

     

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

    Please click here for the Archery - Maiden - Program Flyer​ 

    Each girl must have a parent or guardian complete a High Risk Activity Form​ and bring it with them to the event.  

    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: 20
    Adult Maximum: 20
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs, no walk-ups, and absolutely no pets.View All Calendar Events
  • Monarch Monitoring Program ​Learn all about Monarch Butterflies and how to scientifically capture data during field work withi... (more)
  • Monarch Monitoring Program

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

    Saturday, July 09 - Saturday, July 09, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Location: Arnaz Program Center
    Fee: Girl Fee: $5.00 per girl. Adult Fee: $0.00, but must register; does not include patch.
    Included in Fee: Handbook, Field Guide, Patch
    Registration Ends: 7/5/2016 11:00 PM
    Description:

    Learn all about Monarch Butterflies and how to scientifically capture data during field work within our CA native milkweed garden!

    ·         Do Monarch Butterflies taste with their feet?

    ·         Do Monarch Butterflies only eat Milkweed?

    ·         How many eggs do Monarch Butterflies lay in their lifetimes?

    Come find out and join us for the first annual Monarch Butterfly Monitoring Program at Camp Arnaz!​

    This program is scheduled every second Saturday from March through December 2016. Girls need only register one time for the initial program date they attend. We hope that all participants will join us throughout our ten month monitoring program as often as possible!

    Girls will receive a field guide and learn how to scientifically measure the density of our California Native Milkweed population at Camp Arnaz.

    Girls will also learn – in detail – about the Monarch Butterflies life cycle; including the larvae, eggs, and the five different sizes of caterpillars.

    A Monarch Monitoring Handbook will be emailed to every participant as part of the confirmation package.

    The Monarch Larvae Monitoring Project (MLMP) is a national program hosted by the University of Minnesota. Throughout the season we will upload all of the data collected onto the MLMP site. The link to the website will also be included in the confirmation package so girls can look-up the GSCCC – Arnaz Program Center data as well as all submissions from across the country!​ 

    How To Register:

    ​Register via eBiz: Monarch Monitoring Program​


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

    Click here for the Monarch Monitoring Flyer 070916  

     

    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: 20
    Adult Maximum: 20
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs, and absolutely no petsView All Calendar Events
 

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