Participants will create heritage crafts, play traditional Victorian games, partake in a simulated 1850’s school day in Massie’s Historic Classroom, including writing with quill pens, and much more. Students may also complete “chores” such as making candles and butter, or explore some of the historic squares of downtown Savannah on a short walking tour. They will also be earning the Listening to the Past Brownie Try-it Badge or Playing the Past Junior Badge.
Please use the appropriate online registration form:- Brownie Registration Form- Junior Registration FormPlease note: If you have a multi-grade level troop/group, you may register all girls using one form. (Do not use different forms for each girl/grade level.)
Participants will learn about the Muscogee and Cherokee Indians of Georgia as they create clay effigies or pottery, hear traditional stories and play native games and tour all of the exhibits at the Massie Heritage Center, including our Native American room with authentic artifacts. Students may also cook cornbread and plant seeds or learn about the Trail of Tears and take a walking tour to see the gravesite of Tomochichi, the Mico (leader) of the Yamacraw Indians. They will also be earning the Georgia’s Native Peoples Brownie Try-It Badge or Junior Badge.
Snakes, snakes and more snakes. Don’t be afraid to see, feel, or hold a snake! Join Elachee as a variety of Georgia’s most knowledgeable herpetologists brings their snakes for you to see.
To register, call 770-535-1976 or email email@example.com by September 1, 2015.
Computers help you do so much. You can make amazing art, find incredible facts on the Internet, and send fun cards to friends and family. Earn this badge and you’ll be a safe, secure computer expert. Light snack and fun-filled activities including paint or draw with an art program, find some cool facts, take a trip online, and have more computer fun! Badge awarded at the end of the program. Parents will need to sign the Internet safety pledge as well as the girls. The pledge is available here.
Please use the online registration form HERE.
Celebrate Juliette Low’s birthday in style. We’ll visit the buildings that were important to her, tour the city that she loved so much by trolley, and earn a badge along the way. Saturday night we’ll become anyone we imagine and dance the night away at a true masquerade birthday ball. Troops will also have the option of participating in other Savannah Girl Scout activities including: earning your Coastal Georgia badge on a dolphin tour and joining the Girl Scout Militia at Old Fort Jackson.
Please use this online registration form.
Can you think like an inventor? Imagine a familiar item in a new context, try to find solutions to address a problem and evaluate their success, share what you’ve learned, and listen to new ideas from others, and you are on your way to being an inventor! We will have a light snack, lots of fun and complete some of the required badge work for Inventor and Product Designer.
Many families in Georgia are struggling financially and many are homeless. Girl Scouts can help! Share your blessings with those who are less fortunate by donating lightly used clothing, shoes, and other household items to Goodwill. Celebrate National Family Awareness Month by helping families who are in need.
Please use the appropriate online registration form:- Daisy Registration Form- Brownie Registration Form- Junior Registration Form- Cadette Registration Form- Senior/Ambassador Registration FormPlease note: If you have a multi-grade level troop/group, you may register all girls using one form. (Do not use different forms for each girl/grade level.)
In honor of National Family Awareness Month, Girl Scout families are invited to a family campout. Enjoy archery, ropes and challenge courses, arts and crafts, fishing, and a hoedown at the main fire ring. Saturday morning, we’ll hike to Dowdell’s Knob. A hot breakfast will be provided; troops and families are responsible for lunch and dinner, which they may cook outdoors. On Sunday, you may choose to visit nearby Roosevelt State Park. Families may bring their own tents or trailers or reserve a cabin or treehouse. *Activities are subject to change*