Come and enjoy a day of geocaching. More details can be found here.
- Special activities include:
- Make a corn husk doll to take home with you!
- Visit the gunsmith and learn about hunting in Salem.
- How were foods preserved in the past?
- How is a cellar used for preserving different foods?
- Learn how apple butter was made and get a taste too!
- See how the doctor used plants as medicine.
- And many more activities and demonstrations through the historic district!
Special patches for this event, as well as the Old Salem Council Patch, will be available for Girl Scouts at the Visitor Center. To receive the discounted admission price ($14 for leaders/$9 for girls) you must register by October 22. Reservations can be made by calling Tours & Reservations (1-800-441-5305) and will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis.
For more information about the event, please click here.
Get ready to Fly Away with Queen City Helicopter! Girl Scouts are invited to attend this exciting “flight school” to learn more about aviation safety and helicopter operations. You’ll also be introduced to Whirly-Girls, an awesome group dedicated to advancing women in the aviation industry through scholarships and mentoring. At the end of the day, have your cameras ready as a helicopter takes off!
GRADE LEVEL: Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors (grades 4-12)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 16, 2014
GIRL FEE: $20
BRING: camera, closed-toe shoes
Come out for a night a volleyball- more details and registration information can be found here.
Enjoy the day exploring Chimney Rock Park. Nearly 1,000 acres make an interesting backdrop to a variety of nature programs that are both informative and fun! Learn more. Registration is open now and closes October 30, 2014 or when maximum capacity of 200 Girl Scouts is reached. To register, call 828-625-9611.
GRADE LEVEL: All Girl Scouts (grades K-12) and troop leaders, parents
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 30, 2014
GIRL FEE: $15
ADULT FEE: $12
BRING: bag lunch, water bottle or purchase at nearby café; wear sturdy shoes
Woodworking gives you a great feeling of accomplishment—you can make amazing and useful things for yourself and others. While earning this badge, add to your talents with a skill Girl Scouts has been refining for 100 years—the ability to do it yourself! Click here for more details.
GRADE LEVEL: Girl Scout Cadette
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Open until class is full; Click here to register- best to register the whole group at once to ensure a spot for each girl in the troop
BRING: Nothing required, but girls may want to bring a water bottle. Advised to wear clothes and shoes that can get dirty.