Since 1912, Girl Scouts has helped Connecticut's girls build courage, confidence and character. While we have always remained true to Juliette Gordon Low's vision, we are constantly evolving. That's why we say we're 100 years young! Join us, and see how Girl Scouts discover themselves as they explore their world, connect with others and take action through activities and programs that are relevant and exciting to girls today.
All GSOFCT Shops and Service Centers will close at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, May 27, and will reopen at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 31. Shops and Service Centers will also be closed Friday, June 3, for a staff day.
NEW DATES! CAMP FOCUS GROUPS
You’re invited to help us plan for the future of our camps! We’re holding focus groups to present ideas and preliminary sketches from our Master Planning team for the development of Laurel, Candlewood, Pattagansett, and Yankee Trails. We invite you to participate in a group discussion to give your input on the plans. If you would like to attend any of the sessions below, RSVP to Melissa Schmitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See more information about our Long Range Property Plan.
- Yankee Trails: the state-of-the-art camp - June 7, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Hartford Service Center.
ONLINE MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION
Now open to all individuals!
Online Membership Registration for all individuals is now open! Girls and adults can now register individually. Make sure you are registered to take advantage of all of our great programs!
GOLD AWARD RECEPTION
Join us on Sunday June 5 at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury as we celebrate 86 Gold Award Recipients. Register now to meet these young women and see their amazing projects. Come just for the award expo, or stay for the reception!
Expo: 12:00-2:00 p.m., $5 per person. Register by May 25.
- Expo, Ceremony, and Reception: Expo 12:00-2:00 p.m. Ceremony starts at 2:00 with reception immediately after, concluding by 4:00 p.m. $15 per person. Register by May 19.
SUMMER SHOULD BE CAREFREE!
All children are impacted by their surroundings. At Girl
Scouts of Connecticut, we simply believe in trying to level the playing
field by letting every girl who wants to attend camp do so,
regardless of her family’s life circumstance. Last year we were able to
offset the camp costs for 430 girls from every corner of the state. Help us send more girls to camp this year, by giving to the Campership Fund.
UPCOMING GIRL PROGRAMS
Girl Scout Sun Fest
Join Girl Scouts from all over on June 5 at the Mohegan Sun Arena for our Sun Fest! Before the game there will be crafts, fun activities, a patch for all Girl Scouts, discounted food and beverages, a banner parade, and of course, the basketball game! Activities start at 11:00 a.m.; game begins at 3:00 p.m. Bring your family and friends. For tickets contact the CT Sun office at 877-786-8499 or email@example.com.
Sleepover at the Yard Goats
Come watch the Yard Goats play against the SeaWolves on June 25 at the brand new Dunkin Donuts Park in Hartford. Before the game, you get to participate in a pre-game stretch with a Yard Goat’s coach or player and a pre-game parade. After the game stay for post-game fireworks and a sleepover! All Girl Scouts get a patch. Activities start at 6:05; game starts at 7:05. For tickets or more information, contact the Yard Goats at (860) 246-4628.
Get hands-on with STEM at Camp Sikorsky! Camp out with other Girl Scouts
and Boy Scouts in front of Sikorsky Aircraft in Stratford, and take
part in fun workshops like Aviation, Inventing, Search and Rescue, Crime
Prevention, and more, all taught by professionals. For girls 12 and up
with adults (please maintain 8:2 girl-adult ratio). Find out more and
register using this flyer, or contact Ellyn Savard at firstname.lastname@example.org. Register by August 1!
|This is not an exhaustive list of events. Visit the Program and Training Registration Area to see ALL the exciting programs we offer across the state.
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