Programs promote skill-building, responsibility, and the development of strong leadership and decision-making skills. All program activities are grade-appropriate and based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, as well as on the Girl Scout Promise, Mission and Law.
Check here for updates and opportunties that are now available and not listed in Faces & Places.
Girls and Adults registering for Council-sponsored programs must be currently registered Girl Scout members, unless the program is specifically indicated as a friends and family event that is open to non-members.
Adults who are attending the program with the responsibility of chaperoning girls must be a currently registered Girl Scout member AND must be an approved Girl Scout volunteer (current background check completed and approved).
Girl Scouts, Families and Friends! Enjoy the thrill and excitement of Cedar Point!! Discount tickets are available for Girl Scout troops or individuals, and their family and friends.
FREE commemorative Cedar Point patch to the first 500 to register. A limited supply of additional patches will be available for sale on the day of the event.
NEW! Special prize raffles, photo opportunities and more for Girl Scouts. More information will be available on the day of event.
NEW! Register in advance for Cedar Point Day. Reserve your tickets by calling Cedar Point at 800-448-2428, option 1 OR visit www.cedarpoint.com/girlscout. Group leaders can make adjustments to reservations and pay in full at the Group Sales ticket window on the day of event. Payment can be made online, by phone, or in person on the day of the event at the ticket window.
Tickets will not be mailed in advance. Pick up tickets and patches at the Group Sales ticket window on the day of the event. The Group Sales ticket window will open at 9:00 am.
An Order Confirmation will be sent by email when you place your order. Please print this confirmation and bring it with you on the day of the event.
Click here for the 2014 Cedar Point Girl Scout Day flyer!
Is the online or phone registration only for Troops?
No. Any group (troop, family, group of friends, etc…) can register either by phoning Cedar Point or visiting their website page. When registering, be sure to indicate a troop number with the order. Also indicate the name of the person placing the order for the group in the Group Leader Name.
If you have multiple girls in the family and they are in different troops, just choose one of the troop numbers for the order. Cedar Point is aware that there may be multiple orders for troop numbers, since multiple families within a troop can place an order.
Do I need to provide anything at the ticket window when I pick up the tickets?
It will be helpful if you print your Order Confirmation and bring it with you to the ticket window. If you do not have this, the order will be found by Troop Number and Group Leader Name. There is also a "customer number" indicated on the Order Confirmation that can be helpful at the ticket window.
We have a season pass, can we still get the patch?
Yes, phone Cedar Point (at the number on the flyer) and indicate that you are attending Girl Scout Day at Cedar Point and have season passes, but would like to register for the patch. If you are one of the first 500 registrations, you will be included to receive the FREE patch. A limited supply of additional patches will be available for purchase at the Group Sales ticket window on the day of the event.
Will additional patches be available?
Yes, a limited supply of additional patches will be available at the Group Sales ticket window on the day of the event. The price for each patch will be $1.50.
We registered for the event, but cannot attend on the day of the event. Can we still get the patches?
No, you must attend on the day of the event to receive the FREE patch for participating in the event. Additional patches will only be available for sale on the day of the event.
Are patches available only for Girl Scouts?
No. Anyone registering for the event and attending Girl Scout Day at Cedar Point can receive the FREE patch or purchase an additional patch.
What other special Girl Scout activities are planned?
Cedar Point is coordinating some special opportunities for Girl Scouts, including photo opportunities and drawings for prizes. The details for these will be provided at the ticket window when you pick up your tickets.
NASA Glenn Research Center21000 Brookpark RoadCleveland, Ohio 44135
Price Per Girl - $10.00 Price Per Adult - $0.00
Are you in middle or high school? Discover what it's like to work as an engineer or scientist! Team up with other teen girls who are starting to think about college and careers at this exciting day of exploration at NASA Glenn Research Center. Hear from an expert career panel, learn about internships and other student opportunities at NASA, and get a tour of NASA facilities. Girls will be provided with lunch and a participation patch. Participants and chaperones must be U.S. citizens.
Register at www.gsneo.org>Programs/Calendar>June 25, 2014
All across Northeast Ohio
Price Per Girl - $4.00 Price Per Adult - $0.00
Lemonade Day is a free, fun, experiential learning program that teaches youth how to start, own and operate their own business – a lemonade stand. Lemonade Day is to empower youth to take ownership of their lives and become productive members of society – the business leaders, social advocates, volunteers, and forward thinking citizens of tomorrow. Each participant will receive an entreprenuer starter kit including a Caring Adult guide, Entrepreneur Workbook and participation patch!
In order to register, your group must have participated in fall product and cookie sales for the 2013-2014. Entrepreneurship packs will be available for pickup at local service centers May 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30. Confirmation materials regarding event specifics will be emailed out upon registration.
For more information, contact Fallon Pulley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the fun at the Ohio State Fair this summer! Enter projects, join competitions, visit on special Girl Scout days, and more. Get more details by clicking on the information here:
Ohio State Fair Flyer
Ohio State Fair Girl Scout Book and Entry Form
Ohio State Fair Scholarship Application
Enter a project in a large variety of categories. Each First Place is awarded $3. First Place winners compete for trophies, grand awards, and $25 cash prizes.
Match your skills against the clock in this game based on Minute To Win It!
Design a work of art using our very own cookie boxes.
Become a star! Instrumental, Twirling, Vocal and Miscellaneous categories.
Share your story with the topic "What I want to do as a Girl Scout". Speeches should be 5-7 minutes long.
Honor your country and participate in the Flag Ceremony competition.
Cook and bake your own special creation using Girl Scout Cookies!
Join in the fun for these exciting games!
Decorate a cupcake on the spot for this competition!
Earn troop funds by selling cookies inthe Girl Scout exhibit area.
Volunteer to work as an activity assistant. Girl and adult helpers are needed for several of the activities listed above.
Show your Girl Scout spirit by carrying the banner and flag in the daily parade.
Or.... just visit the Girl Scout exhibit area during the fair and participate in the daily events!
Join us for a virtual voyage involving both the actors and the audience. Where do the stars go when they fall from the sky on summer nights? Perhaps to an island far, far away? Our voyage starts here, to search for the place where the fallen star is hiding. Tracking it, we will navigate from one island to another; we will explore the depths of the sea, meeting animals, shells and stones which – for a close and collaborative little crew – will all become chances to engage in play. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
The Gingham family members are very concerned for all the lost and discarded hand-made toys in the world and travel the globe to find them. They bring them to their colorful home of odd shaped boxes and welcome them to the family. Each toy is introduced one at a time with a slide show of how they came to be lost, after which they are given a vocal sound, a movement, a piece of music, a night-light… and a nice comfy bed. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
Pinocchio is an amazing journey into the heart of childhood and imagination. Born from a talking piece of wood carved by the old Gepetto, the rebellious, cheeky and careless puppet Pinocchio discovers the meaning of growing up through a thousand trials. To become a real boy, he will have to face Mangiafuoco, the terrible Puppet Master, suffer the malice of Mr. Fox and his sidekick the Cat, escape from Toyland and save his father from the belly of the giant fish. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
Tales that make you say, “Hmmm.” The essential themes and lessons of this genre of centuries old African folk stories reveal why they have stood the test of time. Often offering creative and humorous ideas for natural phenomena and man’s relationship with the universe, these timeless stories were primarily designed to offer the listener food for thought. At the center of many of these tales are characters you may know: Anansi the Spider from Ghana or Sungura the Rabbit from Kenya. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
With a storm brewing, a small boy helps his community to save the things they love most – their “love luggage.” The lyrical and heart-driven writing of Finegan Kruckemeyer (Boats, The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly) is brought to life with traditional puppets, digital puppetry, stunning music and Terrapin’s trademark silly business. Join a very brave 10-year-old as he races against the elements and discovers a whole world of stories, all held in a milk-float’s worth of objects. To register or for more information, download the flyer here!
For more information about Girl Scout Days at PlayhouseSquare, discounts, patch programs & post show chats OR to order, contact Moira Beale at (216) 640-8608 or email@example.com.
John Carroll University, Lombardo Student Center--Jardine Room1 John Carroll Boulevard, University Heights, Ohio 44118
Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors--Spend the day at John Carroll learning the basics of college 101. Go on a tour throughout the campus, learn about different fields of interest, community service in college, and bridge the gap from Girl Scouts to college. Lunch will be provided! Register at gsneo.org/programs.
"Scouts on the Move" is a NEW opportunity for Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts to assist Goodwill Industries in the fulfillment of their mission. Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts distribute donation flyers throughout the community and then collect donations and return them to Goodwill stores and trailer sites.
This volunteer project is a way for Scouts to learn how they can be leaders and make a difference in their communities and collect donations that might otherwise end up in a landfill.
Scouts will earn a patch for their participation. "Scouts on the Move" promotes collaboration and community relations while fulfilling the mission of all three organizations.
For more information or to register, contact a participating Goodwill in your area listed on the attached flyer.
Attention Girls! Put your artisitic talents to use by submitting a patch design for the 2014 Ohio State Fair! The winning design will be reproduced and sold at the Girl Scout booth.Here's some helpful design hints:
If you are interested in participating, download the flyer with the official rules here!
Come and explore the world below your feet! Explore the world of decomposers in our forests! What mushroom is that? What are worms doing in our forests? How healthy is the soil? All of these questions will be answered as you hike and discover the mysteries of the forest! Take a journey to Lake Metroparks Environmental Learning Center to start the adventure!
To register, visit our Programs/Calendar page at /programs/search.aspx
Girls, friends and families get healthy! Get moving with girls from northeast Ohio and across the nation with some fun, exciting healthy living opportunities.
Be social media savvy—Tweet, Facebook, Instagram and Vine your experiences by using the hashtag #GSHealthyGirls. You can follow other girls that are enjoying the experience as well!
Click here to download the form
Girl Scouts are known for their committment to community service and helping to make the world a better place.
Join girls across GSNEO and across the nation with these local and national service opportunities. Use GSNEO's Year of Service Participation Form to submit information about your completed projects and qualify for the annual Year of Service award patch.
Be social media savvy—Tweet, Facebook, Instagram and Vine your experiences by using the hashtag #GSTakeAction. You can follow other girls that are enjoying the experience as well!