Girl Scout Activities You Can Do from Home!

So you’re stuck at home, and suddenly regretting all those times you begged your parents to skip school. Maybe you’ve been staring outside your window, yearning for the great outdoors, or maybe you’ve just been missing a little bit of Girl Scout sisterhood. 

Don’t fret! You may be social distancing, but Girl Scouts is not cancelled! You can be a Girl Scout anywhere, even from at home. There are plenty of things you can do to keep your Girl Scout spirits high, and we collected some of them for you here! 

Patch Programs Exclusive to GCNWI!

Looking for something fun to do while on a break? Check out our  GSGCNWI patch programs! Many of these can be done from home including the Barilla Girl Scout Food Camp, Girl Security, Global Action Award, and MORE! All patches can be purchased on our shop website and mailed directly to you—and get free shipping with no minimum through March 31!

Explore the Outdoors in Your Own Backyard

Cross off 15 outdoorsy tasks from this list—like fort building, learning about springtime flowers, playing with a pet outside, and so much more—to earn the BackyardFunChallenge! Make sure to always follow the Safety Activity Checkpoints when doing the challenges, and remember to wash or sanitize your hands after being outside.

Download the activity checklist! [PDF]

Tips on Hosting a Virtual Girl Scout Troop Meeting

While we can’t be in-person, keep your Girl Scout troop connected through online meetings to keep girls engaged with one another, while keeping safe. Here are some tips on how to run a productive, fun and engaging online meeting.

  • Choose a virtual platform: There are several different virtual tools you can use to host an online meeting. Here are several suggestions to help you.
  • Keep Girls Connected: Designate the first 10 minutes to have girls share what they’ve been up to and how they are feeling. This will keep girls socialized and engaged with one another.
  • Prepare: Create an agenda and a purpose for your meeting with the girls. Ask each parent to complete the Girl Scout internet safety pledge.
  • Make it Girl-led: Have girls choose a topic they are interested in discussing or learning about and create a simple action plan.
  • Use Online Resources: Take advantage of learning tools online! From Virtual Field trips to online patch programs there are multiple activities you can do with your girls.

Don’t Forget the Volunteer Toolkit!

Troop Leaders, don’t forget you can support your troop activities from afar! Look to the Volunteer Toolkit (VTK). Download pdfs of the badges your troop is working on and send them off to parents and caregivers. Easy and simple way to keep the Girl Scout fun going for your troop! 

Not sure how to do that? Check out our VTK Resource Guide.  

Girl Scouts Take the Lead in a Time of Need 

Are you looking for ways to help others while you are home during the next couple weeks? Here are a few options to consider: 

  • As part of our Silver Lining patch program in partnership with BCBSIL, please consider sending letters, cards, emails, or drawings to senior citizens at retirement homes or centers. Although it is not recommended to visit during this time for the safety of the elderly, it would be a nice gesture to reach out and send some cheer their way. 
  • Do you have a neighbor or family member who lives alone? Take some time out of your day to call or video chat with them. You can see if they need anything, but it is also just nice to hear from someone in this time when we are all stuck at home. Human interaction is important! 
  • Check out littlefreepantry.org to see if you could set up or support a food resource for others in need. 
  • Send cards of thanks to healthcare workers like this group of Girl Scouts from Naperville.

Tell Us What You’re Up To!

Whether you’re writing thank-you letters to your local hospital staff and doctors, learning all about different plant species around the world, completing a Patch Program, or spending time with loved ones, we want to know what you’re up to! Share your story with us here.

Resources from around the web!

We’ve compiled some resources from around the internet including websites, podcasts, YouTube channels, and apps. You can take virtual tours, play games, practice a foreign language, and so much more!

Websites
girlscoutsgcnwi.org 
pbskids.org 
khanacademy.org 
code.org  
coolmath.com 
sesamestreet.org 
kids.nationalgeographic.com 
starfall.com 
scholastic.com 
funbrain.com 
timeforkids.com 
highlightskids.com 
duolingo.com 
abcya.com 
codecombat.com 
scratch.mit.edu 
vidcode.com/hourofcode 
kids.sandiegozoo.org/activities 

Apps
Quick Math  
JuniorLightbot: Code Hour 
Brainpop Jr.  
Movie of the Week 
Swift Playgrounds 
Nick Jr. 
Youtube Kids 
PBS Kids Games 
Funbrain Jr. 
Science 360 
NASA Viz 
Todo Math 
Scratch Jr. 
Thinking Blocks Multiplication 
Kodable 
Pili Pop  

Podcasts
Wow In The World 
Molly of Denali 
Smash, Boom, Best 
Book Club For Kids 
Story Time 
What If World 
Stories Podcast 
The Past and the Curious 
KidNuz 
Brains On 
Tumble 
Noodle Loaf 
Flyest Fables 
Eleanor Amplified 

YouTube
GirlscoutsGCNWI 
TED-Ed 
AsapSCIENCE 
Crash Course Kids 
Minute Physics 
Smithsonian Channel 
The Brain Scoop 
Cosmic Kids Yoga 
Homeschool Pop 
Peekaboo Kidz 
Free School 
5-Minute Crafts PLAY 
National Geographic Kids 
Kids Learning Tube 
PBS Kids 

Stay safe, and hopefully we’ll be together in-person again soon!

Celebrate Girl Scout Week 2020

Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana is challenging you to Go Green for Good during Girl Scout Week 2020, happening March 8-14.

In addition to carrying on Girl Scout week traditions, this year’s theme challenges you to begin making sustainable changes in your home, community and world.

Join us as we implement seven days of green initiatives through interactive activities, specialized patches, and innovative events the whole family can enjoy!

Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday

Go Green for Good Fun Patch

Tell us about any service projects, pledges, or events you take part at any point this year (not just Girl Scout week!) and get a Go Green for Good fun patch! Just tell us about it so we can share all the great green acts happening across our council!

More Ways to Go Green for Good »

Sunday, March 8: Girl Scout Sunday

Wear your Girl Scout uniform to worship. Talk with your Girl Scout sisters and family to connect with a local place of worship and learn about how Girl Scouts can be represented on Girl Scout Sunday.

To help you engage your community of worship during Girl Scout Week, downloadable assets for bulletins and inserts are available here!

Girl Scout Sunday [PDF]
Girl Scout Sunday (Espanol) [PDF]

Host a Girl Scout Cookies and milk party after worship. Bring Girl Scout Cookies—and possibly sell some, too! Share what your cookie sale goals are, and talk about the skills you have learned from the Girl Scout Cookie Program.

Invite people from your place of worship to Green for Good. This event, happening May 9 at Navy Pier, is hosted by Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana, but is open to ALL!

Download and share the Green for Good flier [PDF]

Earn your ‘My Promise, My Faith’ Award. Work with your family and faith leaders to earn the pin to celebrate the connection between the Girl Scout Promise and Law and your faith.

Make new friends. Talk to someone from a different culture, religion, town, school, or neighborhood.


Monday, March 9: Learn how to Eat Good for You, Good for the Planet with Barilla®

Learn how to eat better for you AND the planet with Barilla!

Have you ever wondered exactly where your food comes from or about the people that help get it to your table?

As we share meaningful meal time with our friends and families, we rarely stop to think about the food we are eating and how it connects to our planet earth. Barilla—who is a Platinum Sponsor of Green for Good—utilizes the double food pyramid, also known as the Mediterranean way of eating, to help us better understand how the food we eat can impact the ecological footprint.

Today, for Girl Scout Week, check out the Good for You, Good for the Planet Patch Program which Girl Scouts GCNWI developed along with Barilla. This program—which has activities designed for Girl Scouts of all ages—will teach you about the importance sustainable farming techniques when growing and harvesting ingredients, and how food impacts your life through more than just nutrition.

Then visit Barilla’s Lucky Penne Truck at Green for Good where you’ll get to learn how to create healthy meals from garden-to-table!


Tuesday, March 10: Combat Single Use Plastics with REI

Outdoor retailer REI, a Bronze Sponsor of Green for Good, launched Opt to Act in 2019 with 52 weeks of sustainable action to leave the world better than you found it.

This week’s Opt to Act challenge: Count the number of single-use plastic items you use in a week.

Conduct a waste audit in your home and school to determine which products are made from plastic. This includes straws, cutlery, cups, plates, and more! You may be surprised by the number of plastics you use. Then identify what you might be able to swap for more durable, reusable alternatives. 

Once you’re aware of the single-use plastic items you’re using, try to cut that number in half or more!

Don’t miss REI at Green for Good on May 9!


Wednesday, March 11: Reduce Plastic Pollution in our Waterways with the Shedd Aquarium

Yesterday REI taught us personal accountability for our own use of single-use plastic. Today, join our Green for Good environmental partner and exhibitor, Shedd Aquarium, to learn about reducing plastic pollution in our waterways.

First, read these astounding facts from the Shedd:

  • Each year, over 17 billion pounds of plastic finds its way into our oceans and 22 million pounds of plastic enters the Great Lakes. That’s heavier than 7,300 beluga whales!
  • On average, every American throws away 270 pounds of plastic each year. Since only 9% of this plastic is recycled, much of it ends up in landfills or as plastic pollution in our environment.
  • In 2019, 90% of the litter removed from Great Lakes beaches was made of plastic.

By refusing single-use plastics, restoring natural areas, and raising our voices together, we can protect our waterways and the people and wildlife that depend on them.

Your Challenge Starting Today

Download this shareable flier from the Shedd about plastic pollution [PDF]. Use the information from the flier to educate your friends, classmates, teachers, and community about the hazards of plastic pollution, and ways to reduce plastic waste.

Here are a few ways to make a difference

On May 9, at Green for Good, you can visit the Shedd Aquarium’s mock campsite where you’ll get to wade through a “stream,” and pull samples to identify species. Then look under the microscope to see plankton and how they’re affected by microplastics. Then create an up-cycled craft to divert “trash” from landfills.

Thursday, March 12: Celebrate Girl Scout’s Birthday!

March 12 is the Girl Scout Birthday! On this day in 1912, Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low assembled a group of eighteen girls from Savannah, Georgia, for the first-ever Girl Scout meeting.

Learn more about Juliette Gordon Low. Visit the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace website. Every year many troops visit the birthplace as an extended trip. Interested in learning more? Check out our Traveling with Girl Scouts packet.

Help more girls get access to the Girl Scout experience! Make a gift of $10  in honor of our founding year, and receive the Family Partnership fun patch (pictured above)! Family Partnership donations go toward helping girls who are facing hardships become Girl Scouts; supporting our awesome volunteers; and keeping our camps fun and pristine.

Donate to Family Partnership and Get the NEW Fun Patch! » 

Wear your Girl Scout uniform to school to celebrate your Girl Scout sisterhood. Today, over 3.2 million girls and adults are active Girl Scout members, and over 50 million women are Girl Scout alumnae. In honor of the Girl Scout Birthday, take a moment to recognize and celebrate all that Girl Scouts of the USA has done for local communities across the country!

Birthday Party Collection

Brighten the day for a child battling homelessness with a birthday party in a box! Through March 31, our council will collect various items for celebrating a birthday. These items include:

  • Cake mixes
  • Cupcake liners
  • Cans of frosting
  • Candles
  • Tablecloths
  • Blank birthday cards
  • Decorations

Your Green Challenge for Today

Plan a green birthday party for Girl Scouts! Taking what you have learned so far about choosing food and using materials that benefit both you and the planet, invite members of your troop or girls who are not yet Girl Scouts to celebrate with an eco-friendly birthday party!

Challenge yourself to skip the balloons and plastic decorations and opt for do-it-yourself or reusable decor instead. Choose healthy food choices, make your own freshly squeezed refreshments, and even implement green-friendly activities for your guests to enjoy. Our partner, WTTW, also has awesome ideas on ways to retrieve eco-friendly gifts you can donate to a local charity and other innovative ways to take your green birthday party to the next level!

Friday, March 13: Girl Scout Jummah / Get Outside with Nature Cat

Another word for Friday in Arabic is Jummah, also known as a day of collaborative prayer in the Muslim community.

Wear your Girl Scout uniform to worship. Talk with your Girl Scout sisters and family to connect with your mosque.

To help you engage your community of worship in Girl Scout Week, a bulletin insert is available. Download the Girl Scout Jumah bulletin insert [PDF].

Your Green Challenge for Today

Explore nature in a fun way while earning the Nature Cat Explorer Patch! Spark your curiosity in the outdoors and have fun while doing it while you team up with Nature Cat and his pals, from the WTTW Kids television program! 

Discover nature and have a blast all while earning the free Girl Scouts GCNWI Nature Cat Explorer Patch presented in partnership with WTTW! Kids can explore topics from Nature Cat’s curiosity list: Amazing Animals, Super Science, Outdoor Exploration, and Environmental Stewardship. Complete all four to earn your free patch! 


Saturday, March 14: Girl Scout Sabbath / Community Recycling Day

Rest and Reflect. Take this Sabbath Day to reflect on all your work with Girl Scouts. Let those moments inspire you to create new and innovative ways to share with the world what it means to be a Girl Scout.

Wear your Girl Scout uniform to worship. Talk with your Girl Scout sisters and family to connect with your temple.

Reflect in a Journal Entry: Write down some green goals for the rest of the year. Reflect on the previous week: what were challenges, successes, insights with moving towards a green lifestyle? How will you be green in the future? How were your green initiatives received by peers, classmates, friends, worship-groups etc? What did you learn? What more do you want to learn?

Your Green Challenge for Today

Girl Scouts have a rich history of giving back to their communities. Be part of this tradition by participating in one of the service projects we offer through Girl Scouts OR start one with your family, friends and/or troop!

Attend a Day of Service event. Today is the official Green for Good lead-in event, Community Recycling Day in Vernon Hills, IL. Dispose of your hard-to-recycle items responsibly by participating in this event!

All Girl Scout GCNWI Gathering Places are collecting bread tags as well!

Plan a bread tag collection drive at your school, church, mosque, or temple. Did you know that the plastic tags that seal your bread are non-recyclable and millions of them end up in landfills each year?

Inspired by SCARCE’s partnership with non-profit organization Danielle Cares for Chairs, we invite you to CHAIR-ish your bread tags! That is, don’t throw them away—collect then donate them, so they don’t just end up in a landfill.

You can drop off bread tags in-person at any of our six gathering places. If you’re mailing bread tags, please send in higher quantities to reduce the project’s carbon footprint.

Check out Danielle Cares for Chairs website for more information!

Paint the Town Green with the Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Show your green pride with Girl Scouts at St. Patrick’s Day! Girl Scouts, families and friends are invited to walk together in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Chicago on Saturday, March 14, at 12 p.m. Sign-up to walk in the parade with Girl Scouts.

Sleep Under at the Chicago Children’s Museum!

Saturday, November 2 | 6:00–10:00 p.m.
DaisiesCadettes (Grades K8) | Family Friendly!
Registration Deadline Extended to Oct. 31! Register on our programs site to secure your spot
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This event is exclusive to Girl Scout members. Not yet a Girl Scout? Join now!

Girl Scout Daisies through Cadettes (in grades K-8) are invited to an exclusive and exciting Girl Scouts’ Sleep Under on Nov. 2 at the Chicago Children’s Museum! This event has all of the fun of a museum sleepover, but you get to sleep in your own bed at the end of the night!

Come and spend an evening with fellow Girl Scouts, earn patches, explore different exhibits, enjoy a light snack, and be among the first to experience the museum’s brand new climbable sculpture, Cloud Buster. All members of your family are welcome to join the fun!

Wonders of Water and Woodworking

The Chicago Children’s Museum is a staple of Chicago and Navy Pier, and is chock-full of exciting exhibits and activities for all ages. Visit the art studio to unleash your inner creativity, or get climbing on the schooner. Build a skyscraper at the Skyline, tell your story at the Story Hub, and splash around at WaterWays!

Whatever you choose to do, it’s sure to be an unforgettable evening at one of Chicago’s most popular museums!

Girl Scouts are also invited to build hands-on experience and work towards the Wonders of Water Journey and badges in engineering and art. Cadettes can even earn their Woodworking Badge in their wood shop! (Space is limited for wood shop activities–– first come first served!)

Night at the Museum

Fun patch is included for all Girl Scouts. Be sure to come in your PJs!

Price per adult and Girl Scout is $30.

Register on our program site before October 27th to secure your spot!

Check Out These Summer Programs for the Entire Family!

If you want activities for the whole family to enjoy, then look no further. Below is your guide to family friendly programs offered by Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana. Get excited for all that summer has to offer!

Outdoor Adventures

Have a Sleepover Safari at Brookfield Zoo!

August 30–31 | Brownies–Ambassadors (Grades 2–12)

Your whole family is invited to the Brookfield Zoo for a summer sleepover! You’ll get to go on a night hike around the zoo, examine real skulls, and make treats for the animals to enjoy. Registration includes all activities, breakfast, and a fun patch! Get your Sleepover Safari Tickets »

Star Party

Saturday, August 17 | Camp Greene Wood, Woodridge, IL

How many constellations can you spot? Come celebrate the stars with other astronomy enthusiasts. We will have games, projects and crafts you can take home, and a chance to view the night sky with an astronomer. Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors: enjoy this event with your entire family. Sign-up now »

Camp

You & Me: Summertime Fun

Weekend of June 21 and Weekend of July 19 | Camp River Trails, Sheridan, IL
All ages!

Mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and female guardians: spend a weekend at camp with your Girl Scout at a You & Me Camp Weekend! Each year we celebrate with a different theme, and this summer’s theme is “Hogwarts: Journey to the Forbidden Forest.” “Swish and flick” your way to summer fun with your girl! You’ll have your choice to stay in a lodge, prairie cabin, or screened in platform tent. Learn more and register for You & Me Summertime Fun!

Take the Whole Family to Camp!

Weekend of July 12 | Camp River Trails, Sheridan, IL
Weekend of September 13 | Camp Butternut Springs, Valparaiso, IL
All ages!

Enjoy a weekend at camp with the whole family! Fourth graders and older can try archery. You’ll stay in platform tents, screened-in cabins, or bring your own tent! Learn more and register for Family Camp!

Sports & Entertainment

Chicago Red Stars: Bark in the Park

Saturday, June 23 | SeatGeek Stadium, Bridgeview, IL

This is a night for the dogs! Join us at SeatGeek Stadium for their 2nd annual Bark in the Park celebration where your pup is invited to cheer on the Red Stars. Everyone who purchases a Bark in the Park ticket receives a free bandanna for your pup and will participate on their halftime Pet Parade. Get your tickets now »

Girl Scout Night with the White Sox

Wednesday, July 3 | Guaranteed Rate Field

Due to inclement weather Girl Scout Day with the White Sox was postponed. The makeup date is scheduled for Wednesday, July 3rd at 1:10 PM as part of a split doubleheader and your game tickets will be good for Game 1.

Your previous ticket and parking pass are valid for the make-up July 3rd game ONLY. Tickets will only be good for Game 1 of the split doubleheader.

For those who did not purchase tickets for the previous game, check out our updates flier!

Girl Scout Night with the Chicago Dogs

Saturday, June 29 | Impact Field, Rosemont, IL

Come out to Impact Field for 2nd Annual Girl Scout Night on Saturday, June 29th at 7:05 p.m. Ticket purchase includes pregame parade on field, custom Girl Scout patch, Video Board Troop Recognition, Post Game Fireworks and a donation back to GSGCNWI. Learn more and purchase Chicago Dog Tickets »

Wizarding Celebration

Saturday, July 20 at Friendship Center, Country Club Hills, IL
Sunday, July 21 Vernon Hills Gathering Place, Vernon Hills, IL
All ages!

Girl Scouts! Do you love Harry Potter? Bring your friends and family & come join us to celebrate Harry Potter’s Birthday. You’ll get to make potions, play quidditch, drink butterbeer & more! Family event. Fun patch included. Sign-up for Wizarding Celebration »

Attend a Cirque du Soleil Show

May 22 through July 6 | Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Under the Big Top at Soldier Field lives a show so grand and so fun! Bring the entire family to this amazing and dazzling show that will be sure to satisfy any adrenaline lover. Check out the official flyer on how to purchase tickets to this great show » [PDF]


Don’t Let Her Miss Out!

Girls must be a current Girl Scout to participate in these fun activities! To join in on this summer fun, you can become a Girl Scout today for only $35, and her membership will be valid all the way through Sept. 30, 2020. That’s nearly a year and a half of fun ahead!

What Girl Scouts can do During the Summer!

Just because it’s summer and your Girl Scout troop isn’t meeting doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun with Girl Scouts! Read about the many fun programs and events girls of all ages can take part in this summer—with or without your troop! Below are a few highlighted programs, or you can view all of the summer programs for your age group!

If you aren’t already a Girl Scout, that’s OK! To join in on this summer fun, you can become a Girl Scout today for only $35, and your membership will be valid all the way through Sept. 30, 2020. That’s nearly a year and a half of fun ahead!


Have a Sleepover Safari at Brookfield Zoo!

August 30– 31 | Brownies–Ambassadors (Grades 2–12)

See what happens after hours at the Zoo! Your whole family is invited to the Brookfield Zoo for a summer sleepover! You’ll get to go on a night hike around the zoo, examine real skulls, and make treats for the animals to enjoy.

Registration includes all activities, breakfast, and a fun patch!

Get your Sleepover Safari Tickets »


Get Outdoors at Summer Camp!

Various Dates and Locations | Daisies–Ambassadors (Grades K–12)

Girls need a safe space where they can just be themselves, a space with an incredible view where they can relax and try new experiences. That place is Girl Scout camp! Our council offers summer camp programs at eight locations in Illinois, Indiana, and even Wisconsin.

Girl Scouts will get to participate in a wide variety of program activities including hikes, crafts, and the opportunity sing songs by the campfire.

Browse the 2019 Camp Guide and register on our website.

Girls can attend day camp or resident camp, or you can even take your whole family!

Sign Her Up For Summer Camp »


Attend Summer Camp Programs Designed for Your Troop, Family, and More!

Troop Camporee: Sunny Fun

Weekend of June 28 | Camp Greene Wood, Woodridge, IL
Weekend of August 2 | Camp Pokanoka, Ottawa, IL

All ages!

Bring your troop to a Troop Camporee! You can choose to stay Friday-Sunday or Saturday-Sunday of either weekend program. Learn more and register for Troop Camporees!

Take the Whole Family to Camp!

Friday, July 12-Sunday, July 14 | Camp River Trails, Sheridan, IL
All ages!

Enjoy a weekend at camp with the whole family! Fourth graders and older can try archery. You’ll stay in platform tents, screened-in cabins, or bring your own tent! Learn more and register for Family Camp!

You & Me: Summertime Fun

Weekend of June 21 and Weekend of July 19 | Camp River Trails, Sheridan, IL
All ages!

Mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and female guardians: spend a weekend at camp with your Girl Scout at a You & Me Camp Weekend! Each year we celebrate with a different theme, and this summer’s theme is “Hogwarts: Journey to the Forbidden Forest.” “Swish and flick” your way to summer fun with your girl! You’ll have your choice to stay in a lodge, prairie cabin, or screened in platform tent. Learn more and register for You & Me Summertime Fun!

Community Resource Listings

Ongoing Dates in Various Locations | Daisies–Ambassadors (Grades K–12)

The summer is the perfect time to take advantage of special offers and programs for Girl Scouts from our Community Resource Partners! Visit our website to view the list!


Earn Patches on Your Own

Ongoing Dates in Various Locations | Daisies–Ambassadors (Grades K–12)

Girl Scouts from any level can earn patches in our self-directed programs like the Passport to Chicago! Take the summer to learn more about culture, cities and counties in our council, STEM, and more! View all of the Girl Scouts GCNWI Patch Programs and Council’s Own awards on our website.


Complete a Summer Service Project

Ongoing Dates in Various Locations | Daisies–Ambassadors (Grades K–12)

Girl Scouts Give Back

Girl Scouts have a rich history of giving back to their communities. Be a part of this tradition by participating in a service project over the summer. We have a few options that you can complete on your own. View Service Projects on our website.



Bring Her to a Daisy Party!

Various dates and locations | For girls entering Kindergarten or 1st grade in Fall 2019

Let’s kick-off your Daisy year with a summer party! You’ll get to meet other Daisy Girl Scouts, play games, have a dance party, and learn all about the Girl Scout Promise and Law. You’ll even get a fun patch to add to your apron or sash! We can’t wait to show you how fun Girl Scouts is! Learn more and register for a Daisy Party!


FREE Summer Drop-In Days across the council!

Various Dates in Various Locations | For Daisies–Cadettes (Grades K–8)

Stop by our Gathering Places throughout the summer for a FREE Drop-In Day! You’ll have fun with themed activities, meet other Girl Scouts, volunteers, and staff! Learn more and register through the links below.


More Summer Programs for Girl Scouts!

View All Daisy Summer Programs (Grades K–1)

View all Brownie Summer Programs (Grades 2–3)

View all Junior Summer Programs (Grades 4–5)

View all Cadette Summer Programs (Grades 6–8)

View all Senior Summer Programs (Grades 9–10)

View all Ambassador Summer Programs (Grades 11–12)

Love Harry Potter? Bring your friends and family & come join us to celebrate Harry Potter’s Birthday! You’ll get to make potions, play quidditch, drink butterbeer & more!


Don’t Let Her Miss Out!

Girls must be current Girl Scouts to participate in these fun activities! To join in on this summer fun, you can become a Girl Scout today for only $35, and your membership will be valid all the way through Sept. 30, 2020. That’s nearly a year and a half of fun ahead!