Other Opportunities: August 2009 Archives

Bay Shore Ballet Presents The Nutcracker

Girls Scouts are given preferred seating at this performance and will enjoy some special time back stage with the director and cast.  Bring your camera and take advantage of the wonderful scenery and costumes for a troop picture.  Get any information needed to help you complete your Theatre patch or your Dancercise patch.

The Suite Shoppe will be open at intermission for refreshments and you can also do some Christmas Shopping at Ballet Boutique.

 

When: Saturday, December 5 at 2 p.m.

Where: Fairhope Civic Center

Cost:   $5 per person

Reservations can be made via e-mail to lorna@mchsi.com

Checks should be mailed to:

Lorna Foster

27054 Bit & Spur Drive

Daphne 36526

Are you looking for a fun way to encourage the important elements of the Scouting Program in your troops?  Look  no further...Come and check out how much fun you can have in a cornfield.  You will be installing both teamwork and camaraderie, while telling your troops to "Get Lost!" The MAIZE is a three-acre human puzzle, carved into a cornfield, that contains more than one mile of twists, turns and dead ends.  It provides a challenge while participants employ navigational skills, and teamwork while also having FUN!  Most participants spend an average of one hour trying to maneuver their way to the correct exit. Scouts are provided with a "Scouting" passport to help them find their way, while testing their knowledge of scouting facts.  In order to get an idea of what kind of obstacle a maze can present, take a look at the farm website at www.sewardfarms.com.    

 

The discounted rate for scouts is $8.50 (which includes Maze Ticket and 3 activities of choice; scouts cannot use any coupons towards their admission price)

Scout patches can be bought separately for 50 cents.  One Leader Free. Leaders and Scouts must be wearing uniforms or a membership pin in order to receive the discounted price.  Chaperones and siblings can go to the website and print the $1 off coupon, which can be used towards their full price admission tickets.

There is no need to make a reservation unless you have 50 or more scouts, or you need to reserve a fire pit.

 

Troop Checks Only.  To expedite your ticket purchasing please have head count and collect money ahead of time.

 

OPEN:  Saturdays from 10 a.m. -  9 p.m., September 12 - October 31

Wow! That's Engineering! in Huntsville, Alabama - Saturday, September 19, 2009

To encourage girls across the country to become involved with engineering and technology, the Society of Women Engineers has launched a new program:

Wow! That's Engineering!

Experience the creativity and innovation of engineering and technology with fun hands-on activities like:

     • CSI Huntsville

     • Newton's Rocket Car

     • SWE's Next Top Cosmetic Designer

Come meet women engineers, scientists, and technologists and hear firsthand about these exciting careers. This event is open to the first 200 girls to register.

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Location: University of Alabama in Huntsville

Grade level: Cadettes

Cost: FREE, includes lunch and a patch. Overnight accommodations are available for Friday, September 18, at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center for an additional $25, which includes breakfast.

Registration: Pre-registration is required due to limited space. Registration closes Friday, September 11, 2009, at 5 p.m., no exceptions. There will be seminars for parents, guardians and troop leaders. Those wishing to attend must also register. Participants must complete a Program Registration Form which may be submitted by mail, fax, or email to:

Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama

ATTN: Registrar

1515 Sparkman Drive NW

Huntsville, AL 35816

Fax: (256) 882-1750

Email: registrar@girlscoutsnca.org

Contact: For more information, call Rhonda Lambert at (256) 883-1020 or (800) 410-8338 or email rlambert@girlscoutsnca.org.

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