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- STEM program
- community service
- troop travel
- gscc patch programs
- high adventure activities
- program take-out
Are you looking for programs or events for your troop or individual Girl Scout?
Depending on the program/event instructions, you may:
REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL GIRL
REGISTER AS A TROOP WITH PARENT PERMISSION
REGISTER WITH OUR PARTNER
Return completed forms with payment to:
Girl Scouts of Citrus
341 North Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
FAX: 407.894.2459 (credit card payments ONLY)
341 North Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803
FAX: 407.894.2459 (credit card payments ONLY)
- Programs and events are only open to registered Girl Scouts. Interested in joining? Become a member today.
- Unless otherwise indicated, individual girls may register for all Council Sponsored Programs through council office. Transportation to and from the event must be provided, and a parent/guardian must indicate on the Program Registration Form whether or not they will be attending this event. Our vendors do not process Girl Scouts of Citrus forms; please see individual program descriptions for registration methods.
- No tag-a-longs are permitted at program sites; only those registered Girl Scouts and adults registered for a program may attend. A tag-a-long is an extra participant who is not registered for the program and is not a member of Girl Scouting. This includes siblings, friends, and adults who do not meet but exceed the girl/adult ratio found in the Safety Activity Checkpoints.
- Registration Deadlines for council-sponsored programs is always two weeks prior to the event, unless otherwise specified.
- Confirmation Emails will be emailed to you automatically after reservation is received and payment is processed. If you do not receive confirmation at least two weeks before an event, call 407.228.1654 to check on the status, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For any Outdoor Program Events or Property, please contact Ann Buckley at 407.228.1659 or email@example.com.
- Locations and Directions to events will accompany the registration confirmation. We do not publish locations of events for the safety of the girls.
- Cancellations and Refunds must be received by GSC in writing (via email no later than 10 working days prior to the event). When you cancel, a $3 processing fee per individual registration will be deducted from your refund. If you cancel after the 10 working days NO refund will be issued. Please allow up to three weeks for your refund to be processed. Please direct any questions about cancellations or refunds to the appropriate contact:
General Program: Patricia Goss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 407.228.1654.
Property & Outdoor Program: Ann Buckley at email@example.com or (407)-228-1659.
GSC reserves the right to cancel any program. If GSC cancels the program for any reason you will receive a full refund. No refund will be issued for no-shows.
- Placement in programs/events is on first-come-first served basis.
- Please note that all money is due at the time of registering for an event.
- Community Partner Programs are not council-sponsored. Troops, groups, or individuals register directly with the vendor. Individual girls must be accompanied by an adult chaperone at the event. Troops must provide girls/adult ratio requirement.
- Grade Level Info:
D = Daisy
B = Brownie
J = Junior
C = Cadette
S = Senior
A = Ambassador
Girl Scouts Highest Awards
For the most up-to-date information on the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards click here.
Gold Award Committee procedures have changed effective May 2012. The New Council Guidelines are the latest Gold Award procedures to be followed.
In Her Honor 2012
On May 20, 2012, we celebrated In Her Honor, recognizing girls achieving their Silver and Gold Awards. You can view event details and information on awardees in the event program.
Community Activities and Programs for Girls
Orlando Union Rescue Mission
The Orlando Union Rescue Mission is collecting canned goods to provide meals for men, women, and children throughout Central Florida. For more information, please view the event flyer.
Ongoing Community Partner Events
Healthy 100 Kids Patch: Girl Scouts of all ages are eligible to earn the new “Healthy 100 Kids” patch created in partnership with Florida Hospital for Children. Click here to view the requirements. Girls need to complete 7 out of the 14 activities. There is no minimum per section – just a total of 7 activities. The patch is $2.00. Checks can be made out to Florida Hospital for Children and should note “Healthy 100 Kids” in the memo field. Checks can be mailed to the attention of Laura Grubbs, Florida Hospital, 2520 North Orange Ave, Suite 200, Orlando, FL 32804.
History Center Self-Guided Tours: Come visit the History Center in Orlando and discover Central Florida’s past. Cost: $4 per Scout, $5 per adult (free admission ages 4 and under). Scouts must wear identifying attire. History Center patch available for $2 each. Register with the Education Department or 407-836-8580.
History Center Guided Tours: Tour the History Center in Orlando with a guide who will challenge you with questions, make you think, and help you on your journey through Central Florida’s history. Cost: $6 per person (free admission ages 4 and under). Scouts must wear identifying attire. History Center patch included with admission. We must meet minimum of 10 participants. Register with the Education Department or 407-836-8580.
Get It G.I.R.L: Want to experience fun activities with other girls your own age? Want to make lifelong friendships? Want to help with community service projects and have fun doing it? Have you considered that maybe the “Get It G.I.R.L.” program is just for you? The Pi Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is partnering with the Girl Scouts of Citrus to bring you a program that is like no other. You will meet many different girls your own age and make tons of friendships along the way. Lets’ not forget all the cool field trips you will be able to take, such as having a lock-in or even learning how to cook in a restaurant. Over the series of couple of months you will meet with other girls and members of the Pi Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. You will learn how to better prioritize your goals, give back to the community and skills to becoming a successful leader all while having fun. So do you want to be a part of this program? Register with Community Partner: Bettina Branch. Contact community partner for date and location.
REP Theatre: REP Theatre offers Scout workshops, fun and engaging theater activities which support the Leadership Journeys. View the REP flyer for dates and details.
Camp Out under the World’s Largest Rocket! (Grades 2 – 9)
Bring your sleeping bags and dream under the gigantic Apollo/Saturn V Rocket. Learn about the past and future of space exploration. Meet and talk with an astronaut, perform a hands-on, minds-on Team Engineering Challenge, enjoy a private screening of a 3D IMAX film and learn the details behind NASA’s new Constellation Program – all led by our Overnight Adventure instructors. Program includes pizza dinner, midnight snack and continental breakfast. Exclusive Girl Scout Program will offer Try-It, Badge and IP links.
Date: Private Overnight Adventures available upon request
Location: Kennedy Space Center
Time: 4 PM (Day One) to 9:30 AM (Day Two)
Minimum Group Size: 10 Maximum: 220 Girl Scouts & their adults
Register with Community Partner: Contact TReaves@dncinc.com or 321-449-4832.
SeaWorld Girl Scout Course
Date: No Set Dates. Call for reservation
Location: Sea World
Time: 2 hour course plus free time in the park.
Min/Max: Minimum of 10 Scouts required for course. One chaperone per 10 Scouts will be admitted free.
Cost: $25 per person; cost includes 2-hour course with educator and free time in the park.
Register with Community Partner: Call 800-406-2244 to register or visit www.seaworld.org/scouts
Dinosaurs | DBJ
Guide yourself through walkways and explore a land filled by over 150 life size model dinosaurs. Go on a guided dig for fossils to take home, see a unique dinosaur movie in the caves exhibit, unearth a life size dinosaur skeleton in the Bone Yard, walk thru the Skeleton Garden, see the Prehistoric Museum, enter the Carnivore Boardwalk if you dare, cross into Deinonychus Island, and learn all that you can about these animals from long ago. As you take this trip through time, complete requirements for several badges (see Girl Scout Activities-FL under Education and Group Information, at dinosaurworld.com for more information)
Location: Dinosaur World, Plant City
Cost: $8 per person plus tax for groups of 12 or more with advance reservations Note: If you do not have 12 girls you will be charged the regular admission prices of $11.95 plus tax for children ages 3-12, $14.95 plus tax for adults. Children under 3 are free and parking is free. There are no food services in the park, so please bring a lunch to be enjoyed at one of the shaded picnic areas. Soft drink vending machines are available.
Register with Community Partner: 813-717-9865 www.dinosaurworld.com
Student Astronaut Training Experience at KSC: Student Astronaut Training Experience immerses your Girl Scout in the world of today’s astronaut as they experience a mission simulation and hands-on space activities. At the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame (near Kennedy Space Center), Girl Scouts engage in space exploration briefings, hands-on training, motion-based simulators and a full-scale Space Shuttle mission simulation. All designed to prepare your Girl Scouts for the rigors of spaceflight. This program is designed for teams of 13 – so get your friends together to be in the same mission crew. If you don’t have 13 – no problem – they’ll put you in with other non-Girl Scout participants.
Date: SATX’s available upon request (minimum number of participants required).
Location: U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, Kennedy Space Center between Cocoa and Titusville
Times: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Cost: $45 (plus tax) per Girl Scout, Non-participant chaperone rate of $21 (plus tax) which includes admission to the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
Register with Community Partner: firstname.lastname@example.org or 321-449-4832.
Image and Manners – ages 6 to 17 years: Look and feel your best, Dining Manners, Telephone and Social Etiquette, Thank You Notes and Proper Introductions ($20 per girl/ 2 hour class)
Posture and Runway – Ages 6 to 17 years: Proper Introductions, Poise and Proper Posture, Beginning Runway, Walking with Confidence, Video Taping, and Building Self-Esteem ($10 per girl/2 hour class)
Public Speaking – Ages 6 to 17 years: Speaking in front of a group, Building Confidence, Video Taping and Critique ($10 per girl/ 2 hour class)
Commercials and Acting – Ages 5 to 17 years: Performing on camera, Cold Reads, Auditioning on camera, Slating, and Mini Interview ($10 per girl/ 2 hour class)
Each session has a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 25. With the exception of the make up and skin care class which is limited to a maximum of 22 due to room size. Register with Community Partner: Debby Tapia at 407-628-5989, ext. 13. www.lisamaile.com
Additional Community Partner Events
Public History Center: The Public History Center (formerly the Student Museum), located at 301 W. 7th Street in Sanford, is hosting four Girl Scout days for the upcoming school year. Each festival is scheduled from 8:30AM to 3:30PM. The cost is $13 for girls and tagalongs and $7 for adults. One adult is free with every 8 girls. Food taste test are included in the culture festival, but attendees must bring their own lunch. Closed toe shoes are also required for all participants. Please make note of the deadline for payment and registration. For more information or to get a registration form, call Mary Rowell at 407-461-8227 or email her at email@example.com. For more information on date and special events, please view the Public History Center flyer.
Wet ‘n Wild Girl Scout Days – 3rd Annual Slumber Splash Bash
Celebrate the start of summer with EXCLUSIVE use of Wet ‘n Wild’s amazing rides all night long at an event just for Girl Scouts! PLUS: A live concert performance featuring a special guest, a DJ playing your favorite songs by request, contests and games, prizes, a special commemorative patch, unlimited soft drinks and a delicious ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT breakfast buffet are all included!
Date: Friday, June 14th, 2013
Time: 10 PM – 6 AM
Cost: $43.95* per person; Special Bonus: For every five paid admissions you get one half-price ($21.98*)! *Does not include 6.5% FL Sales Tax
Girls are encouraged to register with their troop, however individuals may also register. While this is intended to be a girl only event, exceptions will be made for adult male chaperones. For more information call Michelle Mugnaini at 407-248-3000 or e-mail GSslumber@wetnwildorf.com. Visit us online at www.wetnwildorlando.com/groups.php.