As a Girl Scout you’ll get to participate in exciting activities, go on wonderful trips to far-off places, learn about new careers, create your own community improvement project, meet great friends, and help make the world a better place.
That's not all. You’ll learn about setting goals, managing money, and marketing by selling our famous and delicious Girl Scout Cookies.
Ultimately, you’ll gain the skills needed to join the next generation of leaders. Everything you’ll do—performing science experiments, creating art projects, cooking meals, or learning to protect the planet's water supply—is aimed at helping you become a leader in your own life and make a difference in your community and the world.
At Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois, we are committed to providing the very best programming to our members. Visit the site often – new programs are continually being added to our Calendar, or you can check out our Program Book.
Glow In the Dark Fun- for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors
April 16, 2015 from 7-9pm (deadline: March 16)
Come enjoy Camp Cedar Point at night as we play fun glow-in-the-dark Frisbee and so some amazing glow-in-the dark archery! No need for flashlights here as we have safe fun in the dark!
Cost: Girls $7; Adults $1
Frozen- for Daisy’s
April 15, multiple time slots available (deadline: March 23)
It's a winter wonderland at this Frozen event just for Daisies. Activities and snacks will be themed after the Disney movie "Frozen". Girls will hike down a sparkling trail, play games, make crafts and sing "Frozen" songs provided by the older girl troops as they learn about wildlife from the north and their care. Event compliments activities in 5 Friends, 4 Stories & 3 Cheers for Animals Journey.
Junior-Ambassador Troops: If interested in assisting with event, contact Carolyn Miener at firstname.lastname@example.org. First planning meeting on March 3 at Camp Torqua.
Girls: $8; Adults $2
Eating Clean and Saving Green- for Brownies
April 19 from 1-3:30pm (deadline: April 2)
Brownies, come earn your Snacks and Money Manager badges (included!) Participants will “shop” for their ingredients to learn about money. They will then use those ingredients to make “no bake” granola bars along with a fruit bar. They can choose to grill their fruit as an added fun activity! Later they will take a hike and enjoy their homemade granola bars. They will also be learning about money and how to shop on a budget for food and clothes.
Cost: Girls $10; Adults $1
How to Register for Events
Registration instructions may be different for each event, and are included with each event either in the Program Book or on the searchable calendar. Read more on Registration Information for council-run events and access our Program Registration Form. Or, register online through eBiz!
In addition to activities organized by the council, volunteers at the regional level also coordinate events and programs. Be sure to check back frequently for Regional Events in your area.
For information on how to plan a Regional Event, please read our Regional Event Packet.
Service Unit Events
Volunteers at the local level are also planning fun events for girls in Kindergarten – 12th grade. For more information on Service Unit Events in your area, please contact your Service Unit Director or Membership Development Manager. If you are in need of any forms to host a Service Unit Event, please check the Forms & Library section of our website.