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Exploring the Night

Let's explore the night at Girl Scout Camp Kiwanis as we uncover some of the mysteries of night life at camp and maybe beyond camps' boundaries.   Activities will include star gazing, with the naked eye and through a telescope, learning the constellations, exploring the legends behind the stars, watching the bats come out, creating glow in the dark t-shirts and much more. 

Camp Kiwanis Open House

Camp Kiwanis Open House is for all girls  and their families who wish to visit camp before the summer season begins.  The director and some summer camp staff will be on hand to answer questions and give tours of camp.  Come visit and learn the unique personality of Camp Kiwanis.

During Open House all children must be accompanied by an adult.  Touring means walking, so wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes and socks, and bring your water bottle.   Please leave pets at home.  No registration is necessary for this open house, just jump in the car and come visit.  See you there!

Bronze, Silver and Troop Service Projects at Camp Kiwanis

 Camp Kiwanis has amazing opportunities for girls to take action with possible Bronze and Silver Award projects, or troops  wanting to take action  to benefit their camp.   Camp Kiwanis has designated April 18, 2015, as the finish your project deadline.  You may come to camp that day to put the finishing touches on your project.   There is another event happening  at camp and you will get the opportunity to show off your project and then join the event in a closing ceremony where you will be recognized for your accomplishments.

In the Woods

Join us "In the Woods" for a fun day of learning new skills or improving your knowledge and camping skills.  You and your troop will enjoy tent pitching, knots, GPS, fire building and various kinds of outdoor cooking.  It will be a fast day with check-in at 8:30 a.m., events starting at 9:00 a.m. and finishing at 5:00 p.m.  Each person will need to bring a sack lunch and water bottle.

Cookie University - Wichita Falls Area (Young County)

Daisy, Brownie, and Junior Girl Scouts will get to learn all about the cookie sale with hands on activities.  Girls will learn selling techniques, how to have a successful booth sale, safety tips, as well as the importance of setting goals for her sale and even learn about marketing her cookie sale.  There will be  games, crafts, and cookie tasting.  You don’t want to miss out.  Come polish your skills before the sale begins!

Fossil Rim - Individual Troop Programs

Did you know that Fossil Rim is more than a just safari park? Fossil Rim offers programming on animals, plants, habitats, the outdoors, our environment, and much more. They can help your troop earn a variety of Journey Awards, Badges, and Fun Patches. Programming, volunteering, and troop events are tailored just for you and/or your group. You may schedule a 2-hour workshop or an overnight extravaganza in the Fossil Rim Cabins. If you have a smaller troop, why not invite another troop to join you for a “Buddy” event at Fossil Rim.

Fort Worth Zoo - Individual Troop Programs

Did you know that the Fort Worth Zoo is more than lions, tigers, and bears? The zoo offers programming on animals, plants, habitats, the outdoors, our environment, and much more. They can help your troop earn a variety of Journey Awards, Badges, and Fun Patches. Programming and events are designed just for your troop. You may schedule a 2-hour workshop or an overnight extravaganza. If you have a smaller troop, why not invite another troop to join you for a “Buddy” event at the zoo.

Fairy Myst

Learn about the imaginary world of fairies and enjoy the activities that fairies like to do.  Bring your mom or female family friend 21 years or older, and you will explore together all the different kinds of fairies, and if you GET MOVING you will be WOW'd by how we can tie in the "It's your Planet - Love it Journey" !

Note: Dismissal time is 11 am, but that will depend on check out of each unit with site manager.

Clean Up Day at the Ranch

Looking for a service project or just like to help out Stevens Ranch. Come help spruce up Stevens Ranch, and have fun while you do it. Bring a sack lunch and don't forget your work gloves! Looking for adults who would love to help out, girls are welcome but all girls must be accompanied by plenty of adult supervision. This does not have to be a troop activity anyone can come. There is no cost except your time.

Open House at Stevens Ranch

 

Time to start thinking about summer plans. Some of the best fun-filled summer plans you can make include going to resident camp. Anyone can come visit and learn about resident camp, meet some of the camp staff, and tour the grounds. 

Tours will be from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  Last tour of day goes out at 3:00 pm.  All tours leave each half hour and take about one hour. No registration is necessary to attend. 

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