We are so excited to announce that this and next year’s events, programs, and travel opportunities are now live!
From city adventures and scavenger hunts, to Girl Scout celebrations and overnight camping trips, start planning your 2019-20 adventures in Girl Scouting!
Girl Scouts across the council, as a troop or an individual, can participate in programs, events, and activities that enrich, educate, and empower them.
Girls will have a chance to jump-start their journeys, workshop their badges, celebrate girls across the globe, and plan exciting trips on their own or with their troops!
New Heights: High Adventure Day at Butternut Springs »
Various Dates, Camp Butternut Springs | Grades 4-12
Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassador, get a bird’s eye view of Camp Butternut Springs as you climb high on the Albert C. Anna High Adventure Course!
My Dream Life »
Nov. 9, Friendship Center | Grades K-8
Learn about different careers and adult life-skills in partnership with RSM. Simulate bank accounts, salaries, and vacations in this fun and interactive program that’ll give your Girl Scout the introduction to the adult-world!
Day of the Dead Celebration »
Various Dates & Locations | All Ages
At this Día de los Muertos celebration, you are invited to create shoe-box Ofrendas (altars), decorate calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), fashion paper Marigold flowers, visit ofrendas, and have your face painted like la Catrina!
Coding for Good »
Apr. 11, Joliet Gathering Place | Grades 6-12
Learn the basics of coding! Girls will learn how to use these skills to build memes, games, and features that spread positive messages and tackle important issues!
Junior Jetaway to Milwaukee »
Feb. 16-17 | Grades 4-5
Girl Scout Juniors are invited to a brand-new Juniors-only getaway to Milwaukee, Wisconsin! You will get a chance to check out a museum of your choice, eat cheese curds, walk through the historic Third Ward and more.
Capital Tour: Nashville! »
Feb. 15-17 | Grades 6-12
50 state capitals, 50 new Girl Scout trips! Girl Scouts from grades 6-12 are invited the first stop on the tour of a cross-country adventure—Nashville, Tennessee! Once we get to Music City, we will tour the Nashville Capital Building, take part in a service project, and visit the sites. You’ll practice your budgeting and trip-planning skills while on the trip!