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Girl Scouts

Girl Scout Programs

Our Education staff has designed a program of exciting, skill-building Girl Scout programs for Fall 2016-Spring 2017 to provide fun, interesting opportunities for girls to earn badges.

Tea with Ms. Daisy, March 11, 2017 – SOLD OUT!

Travel back to the days of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low, whose nickname was Daisy. The highlight of the day is a Victorian tea at which Girl Scouts learn etiquette and enjoy a visit from Ms. Daisy. Badges: Girl Scout Way (Brownie), Social Butterfly (Junior). Daisies receive a History Center participation badge.

1 – 3 p.m.; $7 per Girl Scout; adults free.

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Have Fun with SWAPS, April 8, 2017

Will your group be attending a large Girl Scout event this year? Make it even more fun and meaningful by creating SWAPS together. Join us at the History Center to make several SWAP pins that you can take with you to these events. SWAPS are a long standing Girl Scout tradition and while no one is really sure when they became part of Girl Scout history, girls through the decades have enjoyed exchanging them when they meet new people.

1 – 3 p.m.; $7 per Girl Scout for SWAPS workshops; adults free. Register online here.

Fairy Wings & Fantastic Things, May 13, 2017

Learn about flowers and make your own miniature container garden that’s sure to invite fairies into your world. Who knows? If you build it, they just might come. Badges: Plant a Sprout (Daisy), Brownie Bugs (Brownie), Flowers (Juniors).

1 – 3 p.m.; $7 per Girl Scout for badge workshops; adults free. Register online here.

Programs have a maximum of 40 participants. For more information and registration about History Center Girl Scout programs, email Cynthia Tomerlin at Cynthia.Tomerlin@ocfl.net or call 407-836-8556.