Programs promote skill-building, responsibility, and the development of strong leadership and decision-making skills. All program activities are grade-appropriate and based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, as well as on the Girl Scout Promise, Mission and Law.
Check here for updates and opportunties that are now available and not listed in Faces & Places.
Girls and Adults registering for Council-sponsored programs must be currently registered Girl Scout members, unless the program is specifically indicated as a friends and family event that is open to non-members.
Adults who are attending the program with the responsibility of chaperoning girls must be a currently registered Girl Scout member AND must be an approved Girl Scout volunteer (current background check completed and approved).
Join us for a virtual voyage involving both the actors and the audience. Where do the stars go when they fall from the sky on summer nights? Perhaps to an island far, far away? Our voyage starts here, to search for the place where the fallen star is hiding. Tracking it, we will navigate from one island to another; we will explore the depths of the sea, meeting animals, shells and stones which – for a close and collaborative little crew – will all become chances to engage in play. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
The Gingham family members are very concerned for all the lost and discarded hand-made toys in the world and travel the globe to find them. They bring them to their colorful home of odd shaped boxes and welcome them to the family. Each toy is introduced one at a time with a slide show of how they came to be lost, after which they are given a vocal sound, a movement, a piece of music, a night-light… and a nice comfy bed. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
Pinocchio is an amazing journey into the heart of childhood and imagination. Born from a talking piece of wood carved by the old Gepetto, the rebellious, cheeky and careless puppet Pinocchio discovers the meaning of growing up through a thousand trials. To become a real boy, he will have to face Mangiafuoco, the terrible Puppet Master, suffer the malice of Mr. Fox and his sidekick the Cat, escape from Toyland and save his father from the belly of the giant fish. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
Tales that make you say, “Hmmm.” The essential themes and lessons of this genre of centuries old African folk stories reveal why they have stood the test of time. Often offering creative and humorous ideas for natural phenomena and man’s relationship with the universe, these timeless stories were primarily designed to offer the listener food for thought. At the center of many of these tales are characters you may know: Anansi the Spider from Ghana or Sungura the Rabbit from Kenya. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
With a storm brewing, a small boy helps his community to save the things they love most – their “love luggage.” The lyrical and heart-driven writing of Finegan Kruckemeyer (Boats, The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly) is brought to life with traditional puppets, digital puppetry, stunning music and Terrapin’s trademark silly business. Join a very brave 10-year-old as he races against the elements and discovers a whole world of stories, all held in a milk-float’s worth of objects. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
For more information about Girl Scout Days at PlayhouseSquare, discounts, patch programs & post show chats OR to order, contact Moira Beale at (216) 640-8608 or email@example.com.
John Carroll University, Lombardo Student Center--Jardine Room1 John Carroll Boulevard, University Heights, Ohio 44118
Price Per Girl - $10.00 Price Per Adult - $0.00
Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors--Spend the day at John Carroll learning the basics of college 101. Go on a tour throughout the campus, learn about different fields of interest, community service in college, and bridge the gap from Girl Scouts to college. Lunch will be provided! Register at gsneo.org/programs.
"Scouts on the Move" is a NEW opportunity for Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts to assist Goodwill Industries in the fulfillment of their mission. Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts distribute donation flyers throughout the community and then collect donations and return them to Goodwill stores and trailer sites.
This volunteer project is a way for Scouts to learn how they can be leaders and make a difference in their communities and collect donations that might otherwise end up in a landfill.
Scouts will earn a patch for their participation. "Scouts on the Move" promotes collaboration and community relations while fulfilling the mission of all three organizations.
For more information or to register, contact a participating Goodwill in your area listed on the attached flyer.
Attention Girls! Put your artisitic talents to use by submitting a patch design for the 2014 Ohio State Fair! The winning design will be reproduced and sold at the Girl Scout booth.Here's some helpful design hints:
If you are interested in participating, download the flyer with the official rules here!
Youngstown State UniversityMoser Hall 134 Lincoln Ave Youngstown, OH 44503
Price Per Girl - $7.00 Price Per Adult - $7.00
Girl Scout Juniors! Explore the world of engineering! Youngstown State University students from the Society of Women Engineers will introduce girls to Chemical, Civil, Mechanical, Industrial and Electrical Engineering! Experiment with chemical reactions and discover how they can be used to propel a vehicle; put your bridge designing and building skills to the test; experience the fun of 3-D printing; use mechanics to design and build roller coasters; and use every day items to produce electricity for power. Fee includes all activities and a mid-morning snack break. Check in begins at 8:30 a.m. and activities will begin at 9:00 a.m. Check in at Moser Hall, 134 Lincoln Ave. - entrance is at the back of the building if you are on Lincoln Ave.Click here for more information! Register at gsneo.org/programs.
Spanning more than 20 acres, the I-X Indoor Amusement Park is jam-packed with rides, games, food andattractions for guests of all ages…. all INSIDE!Pay one price and ride all day! Come join the fun!
TICKET INCLUDES:Admission and Entertainment PATCH for all Girl Scouts – NEW DESIGN!Tickets must be purchased at Show Office on March 22 with the coupon on the attached flyer.
For questions, please contact Cyndee Young at (330) 262-9790 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Build a cool structure and benefit the Cleveland Food Bank at the same time! CANstruction Jr. is an event where you design & build structures made entirely from canned foods within a 24”x36”x36”h space. All canned food is donated to the Cleveland Food Bank.Educational activities in conjunction with The Beachwood Place Microsoft Store Girls that collect and donate 100 cans of food will receive a patch!
Girls will also get to see CANstructures built by local architects!
For more information regarding the events, download the schedule. If you would like to register, download the entry form.
Come and explore the world below your feet! Explore the world of decomposers in our forests! What mushroom is that? What are worms doing in our forests? How healthy is the soil? All of these questions will be answered as you hike and discover the mysteries of the forest! Take a journey to Lake Metroparks Environmental Learning Center to start the adventure!
To register, visit our Programs/Calendar page at /programs/search.aspx
Girl Scouts will have an opportunity to participate in an exclusive post game basketball clinic and receive a Canton Charge participation patch!
Up to 100 Girl Scouts will be pre-selected to stand on the court and participate in a deluxe Color Guard during the National Anthem! To register, download the form or call Scott McClave at (330) 489-5951
Girls, friends and families get healthy! Get moving with girls from northeast Ohio and across the nation with some fun, exciting healthy living opportunities.
Be social media savvy—Tweet, Facebook, Instagram and Vine your experiences by using the hashtag #GSHealthyGirls. You can follow other girls that are enjoying the experience as well!
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Girl Scouts are known for their committment to community service and helping to make the world a better place.
Join girls across GSNEO and across the nation with these local and national service opportunities. Use GSNEO's Year of Service Participation Form to submit information about your completed projects and qualify for the annual Year of Service award patch.
Be social media savvy—Tweet, Facebook, Instagram and Vine your experiences by using the hashtag #GSTakeAction. You can follow other girls that are enjoying the experience as well!