Actvities & Trainings Calendar

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Mar
1
Sat
Aviation and Rocket Day @ Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
Mar 1 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Learn about the world of aviation and rocketry while spending a day at the Kansas Cosmosphere. Tour the Hall of Space Museum and enjoy a live rocket science demonstratin in Dr. Goddard’s Lab. Build model rockets, kites and gliders and fly your creations outdoors! Lunch included. Dads are welcome to attend. Age Level Girl-to-Adult ratio must be met

Just can’t get enough of Hutchinson? Why not stay the night at the Kansas Underground Salt Museum! Once Aviation and Rocket day ends you can head over to the Girl Scout Overnight – Session 2 that starts at 5:30. See more information in the Girl Scout Overnight – Session 2 description.

Participant Minimum:    25

Participant Maximum:   60

Register by: 2/15/14

Day with the Alpacas @ North 40 Alpacas
Mar 1 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

North 40 Alpacas invites you to tour their alpaca farm, participate in a craft, feeding and a lunch. Patch is included.

Address: 460 S HWY 24, Osborne, Kansas 67473

Registration Deadline: 02/25/13

Cancelled – Crazy Cool Comics @ Ulrich Museum
Mar 1 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Dive into the world of comics and choose a story to tell. Crazy Cool Comics explores and discusses the world of comic artists, commercial artists and illustrators who have impacted the world of art. Be inspired by the work of contemporary artists, from pop wonders like Andy Warhol to today’s anime illustrators whose work is readily seen in comic books, movies, video games and commercials. Earn the Comic Artist badge. No snack provided. Registered girl and adult chaperone only, please.

Participant Minimum:    10

Participant Maximum:   20

Register by: 2/15/14

Mar
15
Sat
Digital Photographer Series Session 2 @ Fast Focus
Mar 15 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am

Dates: 3/15/14 and 3/22/14

Earn part of your Digital Photographer badge while Fast Focus Inc. helps with Steps 1, 3 and 5. Bring your camera or smart phone, learn about digital cameras from an expert, edit photos and make a digital photo project to take home! No snack provided.

Participant Minimum:    6

Participant Maximum:   12

Register by: 3/1/14

Celebrate Girl Scouts @ Stanton County Museum
Mar 15 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Come one, come all! Come celebrate Girl Scouts with Girl Scouts of all ages. Learn about where we have been and what we are doing now. Make a few swaps, and design your own T-shirt. Bring your vest, sash or smock. Please indicate shirt size on Ultra Camp when you register. The day will include crafts, guest speakers, adventure, lunch and much, much more …

Reservation deadline: Sunday, March 2

Native American Cultural Program @ Dillon Living Center
Mar 15 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

This is a unique opportunity to learn about Native American culture through drums and dancers. Girls will be invited to take part in a friendship dance during the program. It will a fun and exciting event! Register by 3/13/14

Girl Scout Hoe Down Lock-in @ North Central Kansas Technical College
Mar 15 @ 5:00 pm – Mar 16 @ 7:00 am

Check-in is at 4:30 on March 15.

Lock-in with music, dancing, crafts and more! Patch is included.

Reservation Deadline: 3/1/14

Read more about the event here.

 

Scout Night with the Wichita Thunder @ Intrust Bank Arena
Mar 15 @ 7:05 pm – 9:00 pm
Mar
17
Mon
Junior Zoo Keeper-Spring Break Camp @ Rolling Hills Zoo
Mar 17 @ 8:00 am – Mar 20 @ 12:00 pm

Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors: Ever think about zookeeping as a career? Join us in “Jr. Zookeeper”, or “JZK”, as we like to call it, and find out! You’ll actually engage in zookeeper chores that are performed every day to keep the animal residents healthy. You’ll work in the Reptile Building and in Kid’s Country along with many other behind-the-scenes areas at Rolling HIlls Wildlife Adventure. You’ll also develop exhibits, learn how to “dart” an animal for a veterinary procedure, behavior train, learn how to suture and read an x-ray. Fun Patch Provided. Water will be provided.

It is a Monday-Thursday camp. Each day will begin at 8:00 am and end at noon. Camper must attend all four days.

Participant Minimum:    15

Participant Maximum:   20

Register by: 3/3/14

Mar
21
Fri
Romp ‘n Chomp-Session 1 @ Rolling Hills Zoo
Mar 21 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am

Romp ‘n Chomp: join us as you learn about the importance of animal enrichment. You’ll even make some to give out to the animals here at the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure! You’ll work in teams to construct an animal out of boxes and tubes without the use of tape! Once you’ve gotten it painted and dry, you’ll deliver it to an animal here at the zoo with some special treats tucked inside. Fun Patch Provided. No snack provided. Please, no tag-a-longs. Age Level Girl-to-Adult ratio must be met.

Participant Minimum:    5

Participant Maximum:   20

Register by: 3/7/14

Romp ‘n Chomp-Session 2 @ Rolling Hills Zoo
Mar 21 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Romp ‘n Chomp: join us as you learn about the importance of animal enrichment. You’ll even make some to give out to the animals here at the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure! You’ll work in teams to construct an animal out of boxes and tubes without the use of tape! Once you’ve gotten it painted and dry, you’ll deliver it to an animal here at the zoo with some special treats tucked inside. Fun Patch Provided. No snack provided. Please, no tag-a-longs. Age Level Girl-to-Adult ratio must be met.

Participant Minimum:    5

Participant Maximum:   20

Register by: 3/7/14

Mar
22
Sat
Roller Skating @ Roller Dome Skating Rink, 2409 W 8th, Coffeyville, KS
Mar 22 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Skating is a healthy way of exercising. Don’t let the cold of winter keep you from staying healthy and fit. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced skater, enjoy the fun of skating with other Girl Scouts and their families. Beginning skaters must have an adult accompanying them. An experienced staff person will lead games such as stretch, limbo, dice, trio skate and more.

Beginning skaters must have an adult accompanying them.

 

Mar
29
Sat
Rescheduled – Girl Scout Overnight-Session 2 @ Kansas Underground Salt Museum
Mar 29 @ 5:30 pm – Mar 30 @ 7:00 am

Grab your flashlights and get ready to spend the night 650 feet below Hutchinson in an active rock salt mine! At this overnight, you will learn about the salt mining process, view retired mining equipment, visit the Geology exhibit and see costumes from Hollywood. You will take a dark 1.5 mine hike by flashlight where you will see items left behind by miners, collect a souvenir salt rock and spend time making a craft item from salt. Required equipment: 1 bottle of water, sleeping bag, flashlight, snacks. Optional: money for gift store. Dinner must be eaten before this event as it will provide energy for the hikes! Registered girl and adult chaperone only, please. Adult-to-Girl Ratio: 1:2

Just can’t get enough of Hutchinson? Why not spend the day at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center! Before the Girl Scout Overnight – Session 2 that starts at 5:30 you can attend the Aviation and Rocket Day that ends at 4:30. See more information in the Aviation and Rocket Day description.

Participant Minimum:    50

Participant Maximum:   100

Register by: March 24, 2014

Slawson Family Tiger Trek @ Sedgwick County Zoo
Mar 29 @ 6:00 pm – Mar 30 @ 9:00 am

Come enjoy an adventure-filled night at Sedgwick County Zoo. You will engage in an exciting evening of games, tours and special animal visitors! No tents needed;  you will be sleeping in the Slawson Family Tiger Trek. The Nocturnal Adventure fee includes snacks and juice in the morning as well as entrance to the zoo the next day. Girl Scouts are required to bring a sack dinner.  Girl and Adult chaperone only, please.

Participant Minimum:    10

Participant Maximum:   60

Register by: 3/15/14

Mar
31
Mon
Harlem Globetrotters “2014 Fans Rule” @ Colby Community Building Arena
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm

The world famous Harlem Globetrotters are coming to Colby as they bring their “2014 Fans Rule” World Tour to the Colby Community Building Arena. This year, Sweet J Ekworomadu joins the Globetrotters as the 12th female ever to don the red, white, and blue. “The best part about being a female Globetrotter is being able to inspire young girls and young women to chase their dreams.”

Specially-priced tickets for the Girl Scouts includes a Girl Scout themed patch. The first 50 tickets sold enter a chance to win a meet and greet with the female players!

The game is Monday, March 31st, 2014 at 7pm at the Colby Community Building Arena. Tickets start at $20 (reg. $25)!

For more information or to order your tickets contact: Carl Pavlock @ 800‐641‐4667 x 120 or pavlock@harlemglobetrotters.com

Reservation Deadline: March 20, 2014

Flyer for event can be seen, here.

Apr
1
Tue
Harlem Globetrotters 2014 “Fans Rule” @ United Wireless Arena
Apr 1 @ 7:00 pm

The world famous Harlem Globetrotters are coming to Dodge City as they bring their “2014 Fans Rule” World Tour to the United Wireless Arena.This year, Sweet J Ekworomadu joins the Globetrotters as the 12th female ever to don the red, white, and blue. “The best part about being a female Globetrotter is being able to inspire young girls and young women to chase their dreams.”

Specially-priced tickets for the Girl Scouts includes a Girl Scout themed patch. The first 50 tickets sold enter a chance to win a meet and greet with the female players!

The game is Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 at 7pm at the United Wireless Arena. Tickets start at $15 (reg. $22)!

For more information or to order your tickets contact: Ashley Murry @ 800‐641‐4667 x 152 or murry@harlemglobetrotters.com

Flyer for the event can be seen, here.

Apr
5
Sat
Gardener @ Lakewood Discovery Center
Apr 5 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Be part of the new Girl Scout Garden at Lakewood Discovery Center! Girls will have the opportunity to grow their own garden! Earn parts of your Gardener badge. Snack included. Please, no tag-a-longs. Age Level Girl-to-Adult ratio must be met

Participant Minimum:    10

Participant Maximum:   40

Register By: 3/22/14

2014 GSKH Annual Meeting and Recognition Event @ Kansas Wesleyan University Student Activities Center
Apr 5 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

We invite volunteers from across Kansas to Salina for the 2014 Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Annual Meeting. Please come for lunch, join us for the business meeting, and stay for an exciting and motivating presentation by our special guest! All Girl Scout members ages 14 and up are invited to participate as voting members in the annual business meeting. This is a great leadership opportunity for teenage Girl Scouts.

Event registration for girls and adults is on e-biz. Please click hereReservation Deadline: Monday, March 24

Find meeting materials and additional details here.

Reservation Capacity:   5 min/ 300 max

* Hotel rooms are available at a discounted rate of $50 (double queen room) at the Sleep Inn & Suites, 3932 South 9th Street, Salina. Please make your reservations directly by calling the hotel at (785) 404-6777 and asking for a room in the Girl Scout block.

Apr
11
Fri
Outdoor Leadership 101/201 @ Camp Flying T
Apr 11 @ 6:00 pm – Apr 12 @ 5:00 pm

This combined overnight course prepares the volunteer for semi-primitive camping outside your community, as well as backyard camp-outs, day camps, and camping adventures within your own community or at any Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Camp property. You will experience the demonstration of outdoor cooking methods and fire building as well as the procedures for pitching, striking and caring for tents. Additional outdoor skills and activities that can be added to the girl program are included in this workshop.  Prerequisites – Outdoor Leadership -100 Home-study.

Register by April 4.

Girl Scout Campout! Session 2 @ Sternberg Museum of Natural History
Apr 11 @ 7:00 pm – Apr 12 @ 8:30 am

Enjoy an evening on the new Dr. Howard Reynolds Nature Trails. Explore a variety of habitats across 22 acres in the light and at night. Learn about prairie survival techniques, and plants and animals on the prairies as we wind our way around the trails. We will play games, take a pit stop at the campfire, and do many other outdoor activities. Be ready to “campout” in the Museum. Snacks and Breakfast are included. There will be a separate sleeping area available for dads wishing to attend. No tag-a-longs, please. Each Daisy must be accompanied by an adult.

Participant Minimum:    10

Participant Maximum:   45

Register by: 3/28/14