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We are proud to work with local organizations and businesses that welcome individual Girl Scouts, troops, and groups for field trips and events. Reach out to the following venues directly to learn more about available programs and pricing.

Many organizations in our region offer experiences, packages and discounts for Girl Scouts. Our field trip list is a community resource for our members to learn more about the organization who offer activities for our troops and families!

Interested in being included in our Community Resource Listing? Fill out this form to apply to be a Program Provider!

Find Community Service Projects with the Organizations That Help Guide
Girl Scouts of all ages participate in community service and take action projects to create sustainable change. Looking for ways to help? Contact us for a listing of organizations that address community needs.

We are happy to connect you with these additional opportunities to help enhance your Girl Scout experience!

Program Partners A-Z

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Fauves Studio

Art school for all ages and every imagination! Fauves Studio in Westlake Village is a warm and welcoming space for girls of all ages and art levels to learn, create, and have fun! Girls make a customized group project with the helpful step-by-step instruction of one of our art teachers. We offer classes in various mediums from acrylic and watercolor to pastel and polymer clay and beyond. Contact us today to begin your creative journey!

  • Vendor Website link & Social Media: www.fauves.studio
  • Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A
  • City: Westlake Village
  • Program Connections: Life Skills
  • Contact email: Elena Avanesova info@fauves.studio
Girls Club Strong

If you like art, friends and fun, Girls Club Strong is for you! Every workshop is designed to be an exciting experience where you get to explore ideas about what makes girls so strong, be inspired by each other, and create lots of art! We have workshops that cover so many important topics such as speaking up for yourself, dreams and goals, failing up, kindness, friendship, and more. Each workshop includes a related art project such as friendship jewelry, rock painting, dream catchers, and lots of cool crafts. When you book with us everything is included: all educational and art materials and we come to you! Simply go to the list of classes and projects on our website (many work well for earning badges) and send us the date you would like to have Girls Club Strong visit your troop! www.GirlsClubStrong.com

·         Website: https://www.girlsclubstrong.com/

·         Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A

·         City: Westlake Village

·         Program Connections: Life Skills

·         Contact email

The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County - Learning Among the Oaks Program

 Volunteer Days, and support for highest awards

·         Website: http://www.learningamongtheoaks.org/?page_id=4486

·         Levels: B/J/C/S/A

·         City: SLO County

·         Program Connections: Outdoor Education, Volunteering

·         Contact email: beverlyg@lcslo.org

Margarita Adventures, LLC

Embark on a 2.5 hours zipline adventure on the Historic Santa Margarita Ranch. Here you will learn of the rich history of our land from the Native Americans, to the Rancho Days, the Railroad and today's active cattle ranch. You will fly over 7,500 feet on six different ziplines while being surrounded by towering oak and pine trees. Join us and take in the beauty and magic of our historic ranch zipline tour.

·         Website: https://www.margarita-adventures.com/everyday-adventure/

·         Levels: J/C/S/A

·         City: Santa Margarita

·         Program Connections: High Adventure Patch Program

·         Contact email:  brittany@margarita-adventures.com

Microsoft Store (Westfield Topanga)

 Variety of STEM workshops available for all grade levels. Some of the topics include: coding, movie making, digital art, digital literacy and photography. Most of these workshops last two hours; and include use of devices (1 per child), plus free soft drinks and goody bags for participants. There is no charge for these programs.

·         Website: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/locations/ca/canoga-park/westfield-topanga/store-1063

·         Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A

·         City: Canoga Park

·         Program Connections: STEM  

·         Contact email: Contact directly.

Mindful Manners

Girls ONLY! Mom's Too! Etiquette of Ventura County teaches etiquette and manners in a fun interactive environment. Girls (ages 6-14) learn to feel confident in social situations by practicing social soft skills, aka etiquette. Create Positive Conversations, Introductions & Greetings, How to Sit, Seat and Stand with poise. Grooming tips, and Mindful Manners. Learn to interact at with confidence and ease when using your social soft skills in community, home, with family and friends. Feel empowered as you prepare to present your personal best! Etiquette is powerful with grace and poise.

Pacific Edge Climbing Gym

Pacific Edge Climbing Gym’s youth programs are focused on encouraging girls to reach their full potential while building strong relationships with others through a climbing experience. All while having a blast!

·         Website: http://pacificedgeclimbinggym.com

·         Levels: B/J/C/S/A

·         City: Santa Cruz

·         Program Connections: Life Skills

·         Contact: (831) 454-9254

Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History – STREAM: Scientific Training, Research, Education

The Museum provides a wide range of K-12 educational programming both at the Museum and outside their walls. Themes range from the monarch band and its winter migration to the life cycle of steelhead trout and water quality testing to sand crabs and even intertidal (tide pool) research. Field trips scheduled by request. For more information, contact the Museum.

·         Vendor Website link & Social Media: https://www.pgmuseum.org/

·         Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A, Family Friendly

·         City: Pacific Grove

·         Program Connections: Outdoor Adventure, STEM

·         For more information or to schedule troop activities:
          Sierra Helmann, Museum Education Programs Coordinator,
         (831) 648-5716, ext 20, helmann@pgmuseum.org

San Luis Obispo Railroad Museum

Girls will learn about railroad safety, railroad rules and signals made by whistles and by hand, the hobby of model railroading, and the history of railroads in Central California. They will receive a model railcar kit to build and will walk to the SLO Amtrak Depot. If time permits, they will get a short tour of an actual train while at the Depot. Cost is $30 per girl. Program runs from 1 pm – 4:30 pm on arranged date

·         Website: https://slorrm.com/

·         Levels: C/S/A Friends & Family

·         City: SLO

·         Program Connections: STEM Pillar

·         Contact email: media@slorrm.com

Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History

Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History

The Museum offers a wide variety of educational and fun workshops and volunteer opportunities. Programs align with badges focused on plants, animals, and indigenous California culture. For more information, contact the Museum.

·         Website: https://www.santacruzmuseum.org/education

·         Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A, Family Friendly

·         City: Santa Cruz

·         Program Connections: STEM, Outdoor Adventures

·         Contact email: Chris Soriano, Education Coordinator education@santacruzmuseum.org

State Street Ballet

·         Website: https://www.statestreetballet.com/

·         Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A

·         City: Santa Barbara

·         Program Connections: Life Skills

·         Contact email: cecilyjs@gmail.com  

UCSB Adventure Ropes Course

·         Website: http://recreation.sa.ucsb.edu/adventure-programs/ropes-course

·         Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A

·         City:  Santa Barbara

·         Program Connections: Life Skills   

·         Contact email: ropes@recreation.ucsb.edu

The Wahine Project

The Wahine Project – Environmental Stewardship and Life Skills

The Wahine Project provides a wide range of activities for girls to access ocean sports. Girls will learn ocean safety principles, the importance of exercise and good nutrition, as well as developing a sense of social responsibility and environmental stewardship.

·         Website: http://www.thewahineproject.org/about-us

·         City:  Monterey & Santa Cruz

·         Program Connections: Outdoor Adventure, Life Skills

·         Contact email: Contact directly.

Watsonville Wetlands

·         Website: https://www.cityofwatsonville.org/699/Wetlands-of-Watsonville

·         Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A

·         City: Watsonville

·         Program Connections: STEM/Outdoor Adventure

·         Contact email: Contact directly.

The Villages

·         Website: http://www.villagesofslo.com/

·         City: SLO

·         Contact email

Wonder Wood Ranch

Wonder Wood Ranch – Junior Horseback Riding Badge

Juniors will complete the five steps of the Horseback Riding Badge. Girls may also visit and learn about other Ranch animals and visit the Ranch treehouse. Workshops offered Friday, 3:30pm-5:30pm and Saturday, 1:00pm-3:00pm. For more information, contact Wonder Wood Ranch.

·         Vendor Website link & Social Media: http://www.wonderwoodranch.org/

·         Levels: Junior

·         City: Salinas

·         Program Connections: Outdoor Adventure and Badge work

·         Contact email: Marlo Schalesky, marlo@marloschalesky.com