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Resident Camp Survey

Posted on April 24, 2014

Opinions wanted regarding summer camp program offerings. We want to hear from all parents of Girl Scouts. Participate in the survey now. (takes about 15 to 20 min) Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us!”

 

Have a blast at Girl Scout camp - Camp registration opens January 13, 2015!

Every day is a new kind of exciting at Girl Scout Camp. You will try new things, make great friends, get in sync with nature and immerse yourself in a world so different from home. 

Camp is an all-girl world where belonging is key and confidence blooms. Girls learn differently than boys and everything here is designed just for you. 

Whether you're dancing like no one’s watching, getting messy in the barn and not giving a hoot who sees or dreaming up your latest super hero powers, you get to be exactly who you want to be.

A summer at Girl Scout Camp is a summer you'll never forget!

Troops and Families have options at camp too!

Activities at camps may include:

  • Work on a Small Animal Farm
  • Gardening
  • Homesteading
  • Overnights Outdoors
  • Cooking
  • Crafts
  • Hiking
  • Windsurfing
  • Canoeing
  • Sailing/Swimming
  • Theater
  • Horseback Riding
  • Photography
  • Program Aide training & CIT Programs

Selling cookies can give your Girl Scout Cookie Credits to spend towards camp fees. You can also purchase camp Gift Cards at GSCO's Shops (a great gift idea for Grandparents and relatives!)

Is your daughter ready for camp? Take Ready for Camp Quiz! to find out.

 

Year-round camping opportunities

You don't have to wait for summer to have a great Girl Scout camp experience! Year-round camping opportunities are available. Use Activity Finder Tool to get started, or book a stay at one of our lodges or properties that is available year-round!

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June 2014
Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Buffalo National River Canoe Trip
5/31/2014 to 6/08/2014
Join us for a 5 day trip on the Buffalo National River in Arkansas.
Event Type: Camps
When: 5/31/2014 to 6/08/2014
Time: 9:00 AM
Where: Buffalo River, AR
Registration: 1/22/2014 to 5/14/2014
Cost: $850.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

Participants must be at least 13 years old, and have level 1 canoe training. Travel is included in the price - 2 days there and 2 days back with overnight camping. Deposit for this camp is non-refundable. Contact director judy.moisey-asay@va.gov for questions.

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Sunday, June 1st, 2014
Pioneer Summer Camp at Sky High Ranch!
6/01/2014 to 6/06/2014
Join us for some fun out on the old west at Sky High Ranch! At this camp you will learn several skills used by pioneers to tame the wilds of the new country.
Event Type: Other Girl Scout Events
When: 6/01/2014 to 6/06/2014
Where: Sky High Ranch
30924 Colorado 67
Woodland Park, CO 80863
Cost: $350.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

This camp includes sewing, crafting, fishing, and cooking over an open fire. To help to keep this camp open for future generations, there will also be a day of camp cleanup and repairs. This camp is available for Cadets through Ambassadors and will be accepting 40 girls. Great PA opportunity as well! To register or for more information, contact Diane Kirkbride at (719) 573-8453 or diane.kirkbride@yahoo.com


 

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Monday, June 2nd, 2014
A Day in the Life Of...
6/02/2014
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Vet, Lawyer, or maybe own your own business? A Day in the Life of will allow girls to shadow professional women in their daily life. This...
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/02/2014
Time: 9am
Where: Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs, Co
Registration: 4/04/2014 to 5/18/2014
Cost: $5.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Vet, Lawyer, or maybe own your own business? A Day in the Life of will allow girls to shadow professional women in their daily life. This programs is a one day event but will run June 2nd-6th.
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Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014
Frozen - A Day of Sisterhood
6/03/2014
Brownies! Watch "Frozen" and bring a friend who isn't a Girl Scout and she get's in free!
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/03/2014
Time: 10:00 am
Where: Grand Junction Service Center
580 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Registration: 4/15/2014 to 5/30/2014
Cost: $3.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

Watch the movie "Frozen" inspired by Elsa and Anna to learn about being better sisters and friends. Make crafts, play games, snowball fights and ice cream with you best friends.  (For Brownie aged girls)

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Wednesday, June 4th, 2014
Frozen - An overnight of Sisterhood
6/04/2014 to 6/05/2014
Enjoy a sleepover with your Junior girl friends and enjoy "Frozen".
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/04/2014 to 6/05/2014
Time: 5:30 pm
Where: Grand Junction Service Center
580 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Registration: 4/15/2014 to 5/30/2014
Cost: $3.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

Watch the movie "Frozen" inspired by Elsa and Anna, learn about being better sisters and friends. Bring a non Girl Scout friend and she get's in free. Play games, crafts, throw snowball and have ice cream with your friends. (For Junior age girls)

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Thursday, June 5th, 2014
Summer Kickoff - Skate Pizza Party
6/05/2014
Girl Scout Troop 51202 is hosting a party!
Event Type: Other Girl Scout Events
When: 6/05/2014
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Where: Skate City
Arvada 64th and Sheridan
Arvada, CO
Cost: $6.00 (girl) / $6.00 (adult)

Come Kickoff summer with a Skate Pizza Party!! Every Paid skater gets a free slice of pizza!! Cost is $6.00 including skate rental or $4.50 if you bring your own skates!! No RSVP required just come and have fun!! Girl Scouts and their Friends and family are all invited so bring everyone and lets have some fun!!!

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Wild Wilderness Weekend 2014
6/05/2014 to 6/07/2014
3 day overnight camping in Northern Colorado!
Event Type: Other Girl Scout Events
When: 6/05/2014 to 6/07/2014
Time: 10am Thurs. - 4:30pm Sat.
Where: Bonny State Recreation Area
30010 Co. Rd. 3
Idalia, CO
Cost: $6.00 (girl) / $6.00 (adult)

What: Wild Wilderness Weekend 2014
Where: Bonny State Recreation Area, 30010 County Road 3, Idalia, CO
When: June 5-7th, 2014
Who: Juniors through Ambassadors check-in June 5; Daisies and Brownies check-in June 6 or 7th
How Much: $6 per person

Open the Registration Packet for more information.

Fill out the Registration form and mail to be received by May 3rd to register.

PLEASE make check payable to GS Service Unit 861. Mail the Registration Form, the Attendance Roster, and a check to cover registration fees to: Bonnie Ledet, 28925 State Highway 59, Yuma, CO 80759

Call Bonnie Ledet at 970-630-0096 with questions.

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Saturday, June 7th, 2014
Juniors Only Drawing with Pencils & Pastels at the Sangre De Cristo Art Center in Pueblo
6/07/2014
A workshop with pencils & pastels using professional grade materials for Juniors only.
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/07/2014
Time: 1pm - 3pm
Where: Sangre De Cristo Arts and Conference Center
210 N. Santa Fe Ave.
Pueblo, CO
Cost: $10.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

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Reach for the Peak Tickler
6/07/2014
A day long mini workshop highlighting points of the outdoor skills competition.
Event Type: Camps
When: 6/07/2014
Time: 9am - 5pm
Where: Sky High Ranch
30924 State Highway 67
Woodland Park, CO 80863
Cost: $5.00 (girl) / $5.00 (adult)

Reach for the Peak Tickler is a day event where your troop can come practice for the competition, meet other troops who are competing, and spend the day at Sky High Ranch. Troops will have the opportunity to rotate thru mock stations from the Reach for the Peak event.
This is a great opportunity for troops who are new to the competition. Lunch will not be provided. 

To register, contact mickeymouse2079@aol.com.

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Train the Trainer - MD - 06/07/2014
6/07/2014
The Train the Trainer workshop is for adults interested in training our adult volunteers in basic leader, outdoors, and enrichment trainings.
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/07/2014
Time: 08:00AM - 05:00PM
Where: Masonic Lodge
350 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Registration: 3/18/2014 to 5/25/2014

The Train the Trainer workshop is for adults interested in training our adult volunteers in basic leader, outdoors, and enrichment trainings.

This is an 8-hour course to prepare volunteers and staff to become Adult Trainers for GSCO.  In order to become a Girl Scouts of Colorado trainer, you will need:
1. a completed volunteer application
2. two training references
3. a completed background check (Current leaders should have this on file)
4. schedule an interview with Lori Thompson at lori.thompson@gscolorado.org or 303-607-4891nt.

By the end of the training session, participants will be able to describe at least 5 basic skills and have the knowledge needed to facilitate adult learning.  The content will cover:

  • Definitions of Adult Learning
  • Roles and responsibilities of a Trainer
  • Traits of a Successful Trainer
  • How adults and groups learn
  • Learning Preferences
  • A sample of one GSCO Training design
  • Managing group and individual behaviors
  • "Must Dos" for a Trainer

For more program specifc information please contact denvermetroinfo@gscolorado.org.

Please bring a lunch.

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OhHeckYeah: Denver's Immersive Street Arcade
6/07/2014
BRINGING PLAY BACK TO THE STREET: DENVER’S IMMERSIVE STREET ARCADE
Event Type: Outside Group Events
When: 6/07/2014
Time: Thursdays & Saturdays, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 16th Street Mall & Champa Street
Denver, CO

Get ready! This summer – June & July, 2014 (Thursdays & Saturdays from 7:30pm - 11:00pm) – Champa Street in Denver, from 14th Street to the 16th Street Mall, will be transformed into a street arcade like you’ve never seen. This isn’t your father’s old-school arcade. Powered through a combination of the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, building projections, street art, social media and a website, this immersive arcade is going to be a gaming experience for all!

ON THE WEB: The public will be able to interact with video game characters through personalized Twitter profiles powered by local improv comedians from Bovine Metropolis.

ON THE STREET: Once you’re on Champa Street, you’ll feel it – the pulse of the arcade bringing downtown to life. To play at the arcade is to be immersed in each game. The entire two city blocks will be full of street art and custom structures that will transport players to a modern game world. The enormity and excitement is going to blow people away.

GAMES: Built by the Denver-based, award-winning creative team of Legwork Studio and Mode Set, the games will allow players to use their body as controllers while playing on the huge Denver Theater District LED screens. Microsoft Kinect devices will be utilized so participants feel like they’ve jumped right into the video games.

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: The experience doesn’t stop with just games. Every night the arcade is open, the public can expect the unexpected. Businesses and organizations in the surrounding area are gearing up to extend the gaming story with karaoke, live music, dancing, theatre and comedy. Anything can happen. Anything is possible.

WHY: Gaming often gets a bad rap. Most people associate it with an activity that’s just for kids, geeks and sci-fi nerds. We see the arcade acting as a social glue by connecting strangers on the street. Downtown Denver is home to more than a quarter of all Denver jobs, and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 people visit the 16th Street Mall per day. Studies continually show that play of any kind makes us more creative, curious and happy. It even contributes to helping build trust between strangers—what a novel thought! By infusing play into public space, we hope to build a community that is more creative and connected. It’s no coincidence that the most innovative people attribute play as the gateway to a good idea. If we can help inspire new ideas by integrating play into the built environment, then our project is a success. At the end of the day, who doesn’t want their city to be more fun?

For more information, visit their website: http://ohheckyeah.com/about or e-mail hello@ohheckyeah.com

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Cooking and Camping - PP - 06/07/2014
6/07/2014
​This course is required before planning an outing that involves cooking outdoors and/or camping overnight and 6-9 months prior to the trip. This course prepares adults to partner with girls in planning and preparing for outdoor cooking, fire building (in
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/07/2014
Time: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Where: Sky High Ranch
30924 State Highway 67
Woodland Park, CO 80863
Registration: 4/03/2014 to 5/26/2014

​This course is required before planning an outing that involves cooking outdoors and/or camping overnight and 6-9 months prior to the trip. This course prepares adults to partner with girls in planning and preparing for outdoor cooking, fire building (in-door and out) and overnight camping. Prerequisite: Overnight Trips

Fee for course: $10

For more information on program specific details please contact pikespeakinfo@gscolorado.org

 

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American Red Cross Babysitting Course - /C/S/A - SE - 06/07/2014
6/07/2014
You will learn how children develop, prepare for babysitting challenges, and learn safe and fun ways to play with children. We will also practice interview skills so that you are ready to get a babysitting job.
Event Type: Other
When: 6/07/2014
Time: 9:30 AM
Where: Pueblo Service Center
21 Montebello Road
Pueblo, CO 81001
Registration: 3/31/2014 to 5/26/2014
Cost: $10.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

You will learn how children develop, prepare for babysitting challenges, and learn safe and fun ways to play with children. We will also practice interview skills so that you are ready to get a babysitting job.

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Daisy & Brownie 101 - MD - 06/07/2014
6/07/2014
Required for new troop leaders and strongly recommended for all volunteers working with Daisies & Brownies
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/07/2014
Time: 09:30 AM
Where: Masonic Lodge
350 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Registration: 4/17/2014 to 6/01/2014
Required for new troop leaders and strongly recommended for all volunteers working with Daisies & Brownies.
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Junior 101 - MD - 06/07/2014
6/07/2014
Required for new troop leaders and strongly recommended for all volunteers working with Juniors.
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/07/2014
Time: 01:00 PM
Where: Masonic Lodge
350 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Registration: 4/17/2014 to 6/01/2014
Required for new troop leaders and strongly recommended for all volunteers working with Juniors.
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Monday, June 9th, 2014
Get Moving! Journey and Bronze Award Program
6/09/2014 to 6/13/2014
Participate in a Western Slope Day Camp where you will complete your Get Moving! Journey and start working towards your Bronze Award
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/09/2014 to 6/13/2014
Time: 10am - 5pm
Where: GSCO - Grand Junction Service Center
580 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO
Cost: $25.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

What: Get Moving! Journey and Bronze Award Program
Who:  Girls entering 4th grade through entering 6th grade that want to earn their Bronze Award.
When:  June 9—13, 2014, 10am - 5pm daily
Where:  Girl Scouts Program Center, 580 24 1/2 Road, Grand Junction, CO
Cost:   $25.00 per participant

Event:  Has your daughter wanted to earn her Bronze Award?  This is the highest award that a Junior Girl Scout can earn.  Through this program the girls will earn their Get Moving! Journey and plan their booths for the recruitment events that will be held in August, September and October.  When they have completed the events they will be invited to the celebration and receive their award in November.

Register or ask questions for this program by calling or emailing:
Mary Ann Deard
970-628-8010
maryann.deard@gscolorado.org
Space is limited, so reserve yours today!

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Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
Nuts and Bolts webinar
6/11/2014
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/11/2014
Time: 7:00pm
Where: Virtual
Virtual, CO
Registration: 5/29/2014 to 6/10/2014
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Thursday, June 12th, 2014
Nuts and Bolts
6/12/2014
Required for new troop volunteers. ​Get a great start on leading your troop in this practical, how-to workshop on the fundamentals of being a Girl Scout leader. Topics include recruitment, paperwork, safety, parent involvement, and finances.
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/12/2014
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where: Grand Junction Service Center
580 24 1/2 Rd
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Registration: 5/29/2014 to 6/11/2014
Early Bird: 5/29/2014 to 6/11/2014

Required for new troop volunteers.

​Get a great start on leading your troop in this practical, how-to workshop on the fundamentals of being a Girl Scout leader. Topics include recruitment, paperwork, safety, parent involvement, and finances.

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Nuts and Bolts
6/12/2014
_Nuts and Bolts training
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/12/2014
Time: 6:00 pm
Where: Grand Junction Service Center
580 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Registration: 5/30/2014 to 6/11/2014
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OhHeckYeah: Denver's Immersive Street Arcade
6/12/2014
BRINGING PLAY BACK TO THE STREET: DENVER’S IMMERSIVE STREET ARCADE
Event Type: Outside Group Events
When: 6/12/2014
Time: Thursdays & Saturdays, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 16th Street Mall & Champa Street
Denver, CO

Get ready! This summer – June & July, 2014 (Thursdays & Saturdays from 7:30pm - 11:00pm) – Champa Street in Denver, from 14th Street to the 16th Street Mall, will be transformed into a street arcade like you’ve never seen. This isn’t your father’s old-school arcade. Powered through a combination of the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, building projections, street art, social media and a website, this immersive arcade is going to be a gaming experience for all!

ON THE WEB: The public will be able to interact with video game characters through personalized Twitter profiles powered by local improv comedians from Bovine Metropolis.

ON THE STREET: Once you’re on Champa Street, you’ll feel it – the pulse of the arcade bringing downtown to life. To play at the arcade is to be immersed in each game. The entire two city blocks will be full of street art and custom structures that will transport players to a modern game world. The enormity and excitement is going to blow people away.

GAMES: Built by the Denver-based, award-winning creative team of Legwork Studio and Mode Set, the games will allow players to use their body as controllers while playing on the huge Denver Theater District LED screens. Microsoft Kinect devices will be utilized so participants feel like they’ve jumped right into the video games.

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: The experience doesn’t stop with just games. Every night the arcade is open, the public can expect the unexpected. Businesses and organizations in the surrounding area are gearing up to extend the gaming story with karaoke, live music, dancing, theatre and comedy. Anything can happen. Anything is possible.

WHY: Gaming often gets a bad rap. Most people associate it with an activity that’s just for kids, geeks and sci-fi nerds. We see the arcade acting as a social glue by connecting strangers on the street. Downtown Denver is home to more than a quarter of all Denver jobs, and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 people visit the 16th Street Mall per day. Studies continually show that play of any kind makes us more creative, curious and happy. It even contributes to helping build trust between strangers—what a novel thought! By infusing play into public space, we hope to build a community that is more creative and connected. It’s no coincidence that the most innovative people attribute play as the gateway to a good idea. If we can help inspire new ideas by integrating play into the built environment, then our project is a success. At the end of the day, who doesn’t want their city to be more fun?

For more information, visit their website: http://ohheckyeah.com/about or e-mail hello@ohheckyeah.com

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Friday, June 13th, 2014
Day at the Capitol - /C - MD - 06/13/2014
6/13/2014
In Colorado's Congressional chambers, Cadette girls will explore government leadership and the art of compromise through civil debate and group decision making. Participants will complete all steps of Finding Common Ground badge except Take Action.
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/13/2014
Time: 09:00 AM
Where: Colorado State Capitol
200 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80203
Registration: 4/28/2014 to 6/08/2014
Cost: $8.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)
Democratic governments exist to help citizens with differing opinions find common ground- the place where people's throughs, opinions and beliefs intersect. In this badge, investigate how our government does it- and how you can, too. For more program specific information please contact MetroDenverInfo@girlscoutsofcolorado.org
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Saturday, June 14th, 2014
First Aid and CPR certification
6/14/2014
description for First Aid and CPR
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/14/2014
Time: 8:00 am
Where: American Red Cross
506 Gunnison Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Registration: 4/01/2014 to 6/06/2014
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GSCO Yard Sale
6/14/2014
We are cleaning up our space and moving into our new home. We have a lot of items to sale as a fundraiser for Girl Scouts of Colorado.
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/14/2014
Time: 9am to noon
Where: Denver Service Center
400 South Broadway
Denver, CO 80209

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OhHeckYeah: Denver's Immersive Street Arcade
6/14/2014
BRINGING PLAY BACK TO THE STREET: DENVER’S IMMERSIVE STREET ARCADE
Event Type: Outside Group Events
When: 6/14/2014
Time: Thursdays & Saturdays, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 16th Street Mall & Champa Street
Denver, CO

Get ready! This summer – June & July, 2014 (Thursdays & Saturdays from 7:30pm - 11:00pm) – Champa Street in Denver, from 14th Street to the 16th Street Mall, will be transformed into a street arcade like you’ve never seen. This isn’t your father’s old-school arcade. Powered through a combination of the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, building projections, street art, social media and a website, this immersive arcade is going to be a gaming experience for all!

ON THE WEB: The public will be able to interact with video game characters through personalized Twitter profiles powered by local improv comedians from Bovine Metropolis.

ON THE STREET: Once you’re on Champa Street, you’ll feel it – the pulse of the arcade bringing downtown to life. To play at the arcade is to be immersed in each game. The entire two city blocks will be full of street art and custom structures that will transport players to a modern game world. The enormity and excitement is going to blow people away.

GAMES: Built by the Denver-based, award-winning creative team of Legwork Studio and Mode Set, the games will allow players to use their body as controllers while playing on the huge Denver Theater District LED screens. Microsoft Kinect devices will be utilized so participants feel like they’ve jumped right into the video games.

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: The experience doesn’t stop with just games. Every night the arcade is open, the public can expect the unexpected. Businesses and organizations in the surrounding area are gearing up to extend the gaming story with karaoke, live music, dancing, theatre and comedy. Anything can happen. Anything is possible.

WHY: Gaming often gets a bad rap. Most people associate it with an activity that’s just for kids, geeks and sci-fi nerds. We see the arcade acting as a social glue by connecting strangers on the street. Downtown Denver is home to more than a quarter of all Denver jobs, and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 people visit the 16th Street Mall per day. Studies continually show that play of any kind makes us more creative, curious and happy. It even contributes to helping build trust between strangers—what a novel thought! By infusing play into public space, we hope to build a community that is more creative and connected. It’s no coincidence that the most innovative people attribute play as the gateway to a good idea. If we can help inspire new ideas by integrating play into the built environment, then our project is a success. At the end of the day, who doesn’t want their city to be more fun?

For more information, visit their website: http://ohheckyeah.com/about or e-mail hello@ohheckyeah.com

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Cooking and Camping - MD - 06/14/2014
6/14/2014
This course is required before planning an outing that involves cooking outdoors and/or camping overnight and 6-9 months prior to the trip.  This course prepares adults to partner with...
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/14/2014
Time: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Where: Twisted Pine
Registration: 4/17/2014 to 6/04/2014

This course is required before planning an outing that involves cooking outdoors and/or camping overnight and 6-9 months prior to the trip.  This course prepares adults to partner with girls in planning and preparing for outdoor cooking, fire building (in-door and out) and overnight camping.  Prerequisite: Overnight Trips

For more information on program specific detail please contact: denvermetroinfo@gscolorado.org

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Monday, June 16th, 2014
Breathe Journey and Silver Award Program
6/16/2014 to 6/20/2014
Participate in a Western Slope Day Camp where you will complete your Breathe Journey and start working towards your Silver Award
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/16/2014 to 6/20/2014
Time: 10am - 5pm
Where: GSCO - Grand Junction Service Center
580 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO
Cost: $25.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

What: Breathe Journey and Silver Award Program
Who:  Girls entering 6th grade through entering 9th grade that want to earn their Silver Award.
When:  June 16—20, 10am - 5pm daily
Where:  Girl Scouts Program Center, 580 24 1/2 Road, Grand Junction, CO
Cost:  $25.00 per participant

Event: Has your daughter wanted to earn her Silver Award? This is the highest award that a Cadette Girl Scout can earn. Through this program the girls will earn their Breathe Journey and plan their booths for the recruitment events that will be held in August, September and October. When they have completed the events they will be invited to the celebration and receive their award in November.

Register or ask questions for this program by calling or emailing:
Mary Ann Deard
970-628-8010
maryann.deard@gscolorado.org
Space is limited, so reserve yours today!

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Thursday, June 19th, 2014
OhHeckYeah: Denver's Immersive Street Arcade
6/19/2014
BRINGING PLAY BACK TO THE STREET: DENVER’S IMMERSIVE STREET ARCADE
Event Type: Outside Group Events
When: 6/19/2014
Time: Thursdays & Saturdays, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 16th Street Mall & Champa Street
Denver, CO

Get ready! This summer – June & July, 2014 (Thursdays & Saturdays from 7:30pm - 11:00pm) – Champa Street in Denver, from 14th Street to the 16th Street Mall, will be transformed into a street arcade like you’ve never seen. This isn’t your father’s old-school arcade. Powered through a combination of the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, building projections, street art, social media and a website, this immersive arcade is going to be a gaming experience for all!

ON THE WEB: The public will be able to interact with video game characters through personalized Twitter profiles powered by local improv comedians from Bovine Metropolis.

ON THE STREET: Once you’re on Champa Street, you’ll feel it – the pulse of the arcade bringing downtown to life. To play at the arcade is to be immersed in each game. The entire two city blocks will be full of street art and custom structures that will transport players to a modern game world. The enormity and excitement is going to blow people away.

GAMES: Built by the Denver-based, award-winning creative team of Legwork Studio and Mode Set, the games will allow players to use their body as controllers while playing on the huge Denver Theater District LED screens. Microsoft Kinect devices will be utilized so participants feel like they’ve jumped right into the video games.

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: The experience doesn’t stop with just games. Every night the arcade is open, the public can expect the unexpected. Businesses and organizations in the surrounding area are gearing up to extend the gaming story with karaoke, live music, dancing, theatre and comedy. Anything can happen. Anything is possible.

WHY: Gaming often gets a bad rap. Most people associate it with an activity that’s just for kids, geeks and sci-fi nerds. We see the arcade acting as a social glue by connecting strangers on the street. Downtown Denver is home to more than a quarter of all Denver jobs, and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 people visit the 16th Street Mall per day. Studies continually show that play of any kind makes us more creative, curious and happy. It even contributes to helping build trust between strangers—what a novel thought! By infusing play into public space, we hope to build a community that is more creative and connected. It’s no coincidence that the most innovative people attribute play as the gateway to a good idea. If we can help inspire new ideas by integrating play into the built environment, then our project is a success. At the end of the day, who doesn’t want their city to be more fun?

For more information, visit their website: http://ohheckyeah.com/about or e-mail hello@ohheckyeah.com

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Friday, June 20th, 2014
Girl Scout Days at Elitch Gardens
6/20/2014 to 6/22/2014
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/20/2014 to 6/22/2014
Time: 10am - 2pm daily
Where: Elitch Gardens
2000 Elitch Circle
Denver, CO 80204
Cost: $24.99 (girl) / $24.99 (adult)

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Sights, Sounds and Smells of India
6/20/2014 to 7/03/2014
  Sights, Sounds and Smells of India Visit the Sangam World Centre in unforgettable India for a great introduction to the diversity of this ancient, yet ever changing country....
Event Type: GSCO Events
When: 6/20/2014 to 7/03/2014
Where: India
Registration: 3/27/2013 to 9/01/2013
Cost: $4,000.00 (girl) / $4,000.00 (adult)

 Sights, Sounds and Smells of India

Visit the Sangam World Centre in unforgettable India for a great introduction to the diversity of this ancient, yet ever changing country.

Advance the Global Action Theme where girls worldwide say "we can create peace through partnerships"

Take in the intense sights, sounds and smells of India where options can include visiting bazaars, riding elephants, experiencing a rickshaw ride, viewing the Ganges River or visiting one of the New7Wonders of the World the Taj Mahal.

Picture It:

This is the experience of a lifetime to a place you will never forget! During your 13 day experience you will travel with a small group of 10 new friends.  Visit the old Bombay, now called Mumbai – the gateway to India. Enjoy a 7 day “Essence of India” session at the Sangam World Centre. Additional sight seeing in India will be determined by the group, and will immerse you in the life that is India!

Map It:
Mumbai, India

Be It:
• Interest in a cultural service oriented experience
• Must have traveled away from home for an extended period prior to this trip
• Able to fly for 8 to 12 hours in an airplane
• Must be a team player

Plan It:

• June 20, 2014 – July 3, 2014; $3,500 - $4,000
  Must be 16-18 years old at the time of the event.

Get It:
• Valid current passport and visa are required
• A packing list will be provided upon acceptance

$ It:

$500 deposit will be due by June 1, 2013 or upon acceptance to this trip.
Price does not include transportation to or from Denver International Airport, the point of origin for this destination, or all inclusive insurance. Price of trip may fluctuate slightly based on airplane fares, airport surcharges and itinerary chosen


For more information contact:
Barb Hoyt
fivehoyts@comcast.net
303-550-5226

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Saturday, June 21st, 2014
Cooking and Camping
6/21/2014
Event Type: Other
When: 6/21/2014
Time: 8:00 AM
Where: High Plains Environmental Center
1854 Piney River Drive
Loveland, CO
Registration: 5/20/2014 to 6/11/2014
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2014 Rockies Scout Day at Coors Field
6/21/2014
Make plans now to attend the Colorado Rockies Scout Day at Coors Field! This year's event will take place on Saturday, June 21st when the Rockies take on the Milwaukee Brewers.
Event Type: Other Girl Scout Events
When: 6/21/2014
Time: 2:10 pm
Where: Coors Field
Denver, CO

This annual event is more than just a baseball game - it's an opportunity to raise funds for your local area council and enjoy an afternoon with your families, friends, and fellow Scouts! Unique to this event, all scouts, troops, and packs in uniform can parade around the field before the game and receive a special Scout Day patch!

Come join in the fun at the 2014 Scout Day at Coors Field!
Saturday, June 21 Rockies vs. Brewers, 2:10pm

- Special discounted tickets provided to all Girl Scouts, friends, family, and volunteers.
- A portion from each ticket sold will go back to directly Girl Scouts of Colorado.
- Girl Scouts and leaders in uniform will have the opportunity to participate in a pre-game parade around the warning track of the ballpark.
- Scoreboard message welcoming your group to Coors Field will be displayed.

Ticket Prices:
$25 tickets in the Outfield Box (Face Value up to $35)
$19 tickets in the Pavilion (Face Value up to $27)
$19 tickets in the Right Field Mezzanine (Face Value up to $27)
$13 tickets in the Upper Reserved, Infield (Face value up to $24)

Order online today to take advantage of the discounted rates: www.rockies.com/scoutday

  • Select the ‘Girl Scouts of Colorado’ in the drop down so the fundraiser will go directly back to GSCO.
  • Promo Code – SCOUTS

For groups of 13 or more please contact Nick Burd at Nick.Burd@Rockies.com or (303) 312-2224.

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OhHeckYeah: Denver's Immersive Street Arcade
6/21/2014
BRINGING PLAY BACK TO THE STREET: DENVER’S IMMERSIVE STREET ARCADE
Event Type: Outside Group Events
When: 6/21/2014
Time: Thursdays & Saturdays, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 16th Street Mall & Champa Street
Denver, CO

Get ready! This summer – June & July, 2014 (Thursdays & Saturdays from 7:30pm - 11:00pm) – Champa Street in Denver, from 14th Street to the 16th Street Mall, will be transformed into a street arcade like you’ve never seen. This isn’t your father’s old-school arcade. Powered through a combination of the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, building projections, street art, social media and a website, this immersive arcade is going to be a gaming experience for all!

ON THE WEB: The public will be able to interact with video game characters through personalized Twitter profiles powered by local improv comedians from Bovine Metropolis.

ON THE STREET: Once you’re on Champa Street, you’ll feel it – the pulse of the arcade bringing downtown to life. To play at the arcade is to be immersed in each game. The entire two city blocks will be full of street art and custom structures that will transport players to a modern game world. The enormity and excitement is going to blow people away.

GAMES: Built by the Denver-based, award-winning creative team of Legwork Studio and Mode Set, the games will allow players to use their body as controllers while playing on the huge Denver Theater District LED screens. Microsoft Kinect devices will be utilized so participants feel like they’ve jumped right into the video games.

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: The experience doesn’t stop with just games. Every night the arcade is open, the public can expect the unexpected. Businesses and organizations in the surrounding area are gearing up to extend the gaming story with karaoke, live music, dancing, theatre and comedy. Anything can happen. Anything is possible.

WHY: Gaming often gets a bad rap. Most people associate it with an activity that’s just for kids, geeks and sci-fi nerds. We see the arcade acting as a social glue by connecting strangers on the street. Downtown Denver is home to more than a quarter of all Denver jobs, and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 people visit the 16th Street Mall per day. Studies continually show that play of any kind makes us more creative, curious and happy. It even contributes to helping build trust between strangers—what a novel thought! By infusing play into public space, we hope to build a community that is more creative and connected. It’s no coincidence that the most innovative people attribute play as the gateway to a good idea. If we can help inspire new ideas by integrating play into the built environment, then our project is a success. At the end of the day, who doesn’t want their city to be more fun?

For more information, visit their website: http://ohheckyeah.com/about or e-mail hello@ohheckyeah.com

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Sunday, June 22nd, 2014
MS11 Program Aide
6/22/2014 to 6/27/2014
Have experience as a PA? Attended resident camp before? Consider spending a week as a PA at Magic Sky Ranch. This is the first year for PAs at Magic Sky Ranch! You will spend your days working with...
Event Type: Camps
When: 6/22/2014 to 6/27/2014
Time: 2:00 PM
Where: Magic Sky Ranch
17900 Red Feather Lakes Rd
Registration: 1/22/2014 to 5/02/2014
Early Bird: 1/22/2014 to 4/30/2014
Cost: $275.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)
Early Bird: $225.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)
Have experience as a PA? Attended resident camp before? Consider spending a week as a PA at Magic Sky Ranch. This is the first year for PAs at Magic Sky Ranch! You will spend your days working with girls, aiding staff in program areas, leading songs and games, and helping in other areas. You'll also hang out with other PAs and plan some of your own activities. You can register for only one session as a PA due to the limited space in the program (no buddies accepted). Girls must have had PA training and PA Internship completed and experience as a PA at throughout the council.
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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
School Coordinator Training - MD - 06/24/2014
6/24/2014
_School Coordinators and Community Recruiters
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/24/2014
Time: 6:00 PM
Where: Corporate Office
3801 E Florida Ave, Suite 720
Denver, CO 80210
Registration: 5/15/2014 to 6/20/2014
_School Coordinators and Community Recruiters
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Thursday, June 26th, 2014
OhHeckYeah: Denver's Immersive Street Arcade
6/26/2014
BRINGING PLAY BACK TO THE STREET: DENVER’S IMMERSIVE STREET ARCADE
Event Type: Outside Group Events
When: 6/26/2014
Time: Thursdays & Saturdays, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 16th Street Mall & Champa Street
Denver, CO

Get ready! This summer – June & July, 2014 (Thursdays & Saturdays from 7:30pm - 11:00pm) – Champa Street in Denver, from 14th Street to the 16th Street Mall, will be transformed into a street arcade like you’ve never seen. This isn’t your father’s old-school arcade. Powered through a combination of the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, building projections, street art, social media and a website, this immersive arcade is going to be a gaming experience for all!

ON THE WEB: The public will be able to interact with video game characters through personalized Twitter profiles powered by local improv comedians from Bovine Metropolis.

ON THE STREET: Once you’re on Champa Street, you’ll feel it – the pulse of the arcade bringing downtown to life. To play at the arcade is to be immersed in each game. The entire two city blocks will be full of street art and custom structures that will transport players to a modern game world. The enormity and excitement is going to blow people away.

GAMES: Built by the Denver-based, award-winning creative team of Legwork Studio and Mode Set, the games will allow players to use their body as controllers while playing on the huge Denver Theater District LED screens. Microsoft Kinect devices will be utilized so participants feel like they’ve jumped right into the video games.

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: The experience doesn’t stop with just games. Every night the arcade is open, the public can expect the unexpected. Businesses and organizations in the surrounding area are gearing up to extend the gaming story with karaoke, live music, dancing, theatre and comedy. Anything can happen. Anything is possible.

WHY: Gaming often gets a bad rap. Most people associate it with an activity that’s just for kids, geeks and sci-fi nerds. We see the arcade acting as a social glue by connecting strangers on the street. Downtown Denver is home to more than a quarter of all Denver jobs, and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 people visit the 16th Street Mall per day. Studies continually show that play of any kind makes us more creative, curious and happy. It even contributes to helping build trust between strangers—what a novel thought! By infusing play into public space, we hope to build a community that is more creative and connected. It’s no coincidence that the most innovative people attribute play as the gateway to a good idea. If we can help inspire new ideas by integrating play into the built environment, then our project is a success. At the end of the day, who doesn’t want their city to be more fun?

For more information, visit their website: http://ohheckyeah.com/about or e-mail hello@ohheckyeah.com

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Friday, June 27th, 2014
Nuts and Bolts webinar
6/27/2014
Event Type: Adult Learning
When: 6/27/2014
Time: 11:30am
Where:
virtual, CO
Registration: 5/29/2014 to 6/26/2014
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Saturday, June 28th, 2014
Brownies Only Watercolor Painting at the Sangre De Cristo Art Center in Pueblo
6/28/2014
A workshop painting with watercolors using professional grade materials for Brownies only.
Event Type: Other Girl Scout Events
When: 6/28/2014
Time: 1pm - 3pm
Where: Sangre De Cristo Arts and Conference Center
210 N. Santa Fe Ave.
Pueblo, CO
Cost: $10.00 (girl) / $0.00 (adult)

To register the girls must sign up at www.sangredecristo.org/education  Or call 719 295-7200

 

 

 

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OhHeckYeah: Denver's Immersive Street Arcade
6/28/2014
BRINGING PLAY BACK TO THE STREET: DENVER’S IMMERSIVE STREET ARCADE
Event Type: Outside Group Events
When: 6/28/2014
Time: Thursdays & Saturdays, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Where: 16th Street Mall & Champa Street
Denver, CO

Get ready! This summer – June & July, 2014 (Thursdays & Saturdays from 7:30pm - 11:00pm) – Champa Street in Denver, from 14th Street to the 16th Street Mall, will be transformed into a street arcade like you’ve never seen. This isn’t your father’s old-school arcade. Powered through a combination of the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, building projections, street art, social media and a website, this immersive arcade is going to be a gaming experience for all!

ON THE WEB: The public will be able to interact with video game characters through personalized Twitter profiles powered by local improv comedians from Bovine Metropolis.

ON THE STREET: Once you’re on Champa Street, you’ll feel it – the pulse of the arcade bringing downtown to life. To play at the arcade is to be immersed in each game. The entire two city blocks will be full of street art and custom structures that will transport players to a modern game world. The enormity and excitement is going to blow people away.

GAMES: Built by the Denver-based, award-winning creative team of Legwork Studio and Mode Set, the games will allow players to use their body as controllers while playing on the huge Denver Theater District LED screens. Microsoft Kinect devices will be utilized so participants feel like they’ve jumped right into the video games.

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING: The experience doesn’t stop with just games. Every night the arcade is open, the public can expect the unexpected. Businesses and organizations in the surrounding area are gearing up to extend the gaming story with karaoke, live music, dancing, theatre and comedy. Anything can happen. Anything is possible.

WHY: Gaming often gets a bad rap. Most people associate it with an activity that’s just for kids, geeks and sci-fi nerds. We see the arcade acting as a social glue by connecting strangers on the street. Downtown Denver is home to more than a quarter of all Denver jobs, and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 people visit the 16th Street Mall per day. Studies continually show that play of any kind makes us more creative, curious and happy. It even contributes to helping build trust between strangers—what a novel thought! By infusing play into public space, we hope to build a community that is more creative and connected. It’s no coincidence that the most innovative people attribute play as the gateway to a good idea. If we can help inspire new ideas by integrating play into the built environment, then our project is a success. At the end of the day, who doesn’t want their city to be more fun?

For more information, visit their website: http://ohheckyeah.com/about or e-mail hello@ohheckyeah.com

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