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Step back in time at the Rocky Mount Living History Museum’s Girl Scout Day. Enjoy a tour of the living history museum, traditional 1700’s crafts like candle dipping and soap making and period-specific games. This is for Girl Scouts of all ages. Bring the family and friends who may be interested in Girl Scouts!
Come spend the day at the University of Tennessee with the Society of Women Engineers to learn about engineering first hand! This event is for middle school girls and a parent. Students will have hands-on experiments, while parents talk to college students and professional engineers.
March 12 commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the first troop in Savannah, Georgia. This year is our 102th birthday! We celebrate our birthday during Girl Scout Week, starting with Girl Scout Sunday and ending with Girl Scout Sabbath on Saturday. This weeklong celebration allows members of all faiths to celebrate on their chosen day of worship. This year’s Girl Scout week is March 9 – 15. The Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians …
Spend the afternoon at Camp Tanasi and see what kind of fun you can have! Try out archery (4th grade and up only), reach the top of the climbing wall (2nd grade and up only), make something special to take home, learn camp songs, tour the cabins and tent units, meet some of the summer camp staff and more.
Help us keep Camp Tanasi beautiful! A lunch will be provided and you will receive a Love Your Camp Day patch for attending. Help us clean cabins, paint, collect and chop firewood, maintain our hiking trail, garden and weed, and more. There is something to do for all age levels.
Girl Scouts of ages (and their families and friends) are invited to join the skating fun. Only $4 per skater including skate rental. Register a girl friend for Girl Scouts and get a patch!
The Tennessee Smokies Baseball Team invites girls and their families to Girl Scout Day on August 15. Girl Scouts and their families and friends get discounted tickets to the watch the hometown team host the Huntsville Stars. Fireworks on the field will follow the game.
The Tennessee Smokies Baseball Team invites girls and their families to 2014’s spring Slumber Party at the Ballpark on May 31. Girl Scouts and their families and friends get discounted tickets to the watch the hometown team host the Birmingham Barons. Fireworks and a slumber party on the field will follow the game.
Come tour the world at an International Tea in Johnson City. You’ll learn about different cultures, sample international foods, and make new friends. The Woodland Oaks Service Center is hosting the event for troops or girls and their families. Tagalongs are allowed.
Explore the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with the sisters of the Kappa Delta Sorority and learn about college majors. This event is for girls in the sixth grade and older. Drop off and pick up is at the University Center’s front lobby (642 East 5th Street, Chattanooga).