To start the new year right, your
council has activities to keep you
and your troop busy! Check out
events for January through March.
It will be a challenge choosing
what to do!
Volunteers and staff strive tomake sure that Girl Scouts
of Kansas Heartland offerings are fun, educational, and
inspiring. Many of these opportunities at the council level
are planned and led by community partners and volunteers,
in conjunction with staff. Included is a wide variety of
activities for girls, nomatter what their age. New and exciting
experiences are developed and implemented often. And
remember – new events are being added; please check the
website at kansasgirlscouts.org often for updates!
Brownie Overnight at
| 5:00 p.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Earn the new Home Scientist badge while spending the night
inside the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center. Make liquid
oxygen ice cream, tour the Hall of Space, view a show in the Justice
$38.50 per girl; $16.50 per accompanying adult
| 1 - 4 p.m.
Check out what women in science have
accomplished! Meet some women scientists
and learnmore about the cool careers that await
you at Exploration Place!
$14 per girl; $4.50 per accompanying adult
| 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Is college for me? How is college
different than high school? Am
I ready for college? Come for a campus tour and information about
BCC programs. One attendee will receive a 15-hour scholarship
valued at approx. $1,250) to Butler Community College, Andover
Campus. See details online.
$11 per girl
Junior Zoo Keeper
Daily: 8 a.m. - Noon
Grades 6 – 12)
Have you ever thought about zoo-keeping
as a career? Join us at Junior Zoo Keepers
as we explore and find out more about this
profession. You’ll actually take part in zoo
$45 per girl
Earn your petals & badges!
| 1:30 - 4 p.m.
Grades K - 1)
Learn ways to be considerate and caring of
your pets and friends!
Grades 2 – 3) - find the
right pet for you; get up close and personal
with education animals!
Grades 4 – 5) - be
ready to explore the zoo and travel the
habitats of various animals, you will be
equipped with a scavenger hunt and GPS to
find your way!
$16 per girl
Romp n’ Chomp
| 1:30 - 3 p.m
Learn about animal enrichment and create
projects to give to the animals! You’ll work in
teams to construct an animal out of boxes
and tubes without the use of tape.
$9 per girl; $8 per adult
Spring Break 2013
Girl Scout Camp at
Rolling Hills Refuge
| Salina Area