If your daughter is interested in joining Girl Scouts, please come to one of these two events in October:
Girl Scout Campfire – Saturday October 12, 2019, from 6pm-8pm at the Sonoma Barracks, 98 East Napa Street (park in the public lot behind the barracks and enter the courtyard via the back gate).
Parent Information Night: Monday, October 21, 2019 from 6:30-7:30pm. Sonoma Community Center, 276 East Napa Street. Learn about the Girl Scout program, joining an existing troop and also learn how to start a new troop. (Girls are welcome to come too!)
Girls who would like to walk at the front of the Sonoma 4th of July Parade are invited to join the Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Venturing Crew this year. Meet at the front of the parade on 1st Street East by 9:15AM. Elizabeth Stevenson will be your contact. Please check in with her and she will let you know where to meet your daughter at the end of the parade. Note that the parade route is slightly different this year.
Girls must be in FULL UNIFORM to participate in the parade (Vest/Sash, with khaki pants/shorts/skirt and white shirt.)
Interested in learning more about Girl Scouts? Join us at one (or both) of these upcoming events:
Stories, Songs, S’Mores Girl Scout Campfire at Sonoma Barracks When: Friday, October 5, 5:30 – 6:30pm Where: Sonoma Historic Park, Barracks Courtyard, 20 East Spain Street. Park: In the public parking lot behind the Barracks and enter through the back gate Bring: Lawn chair, warm jacket or sweatshirt.
Girl Scout Information Night at the Library When: Monday, October 8, 6:30-8pm Where: Sonoma Valley Library, 755 West Napa Street
Girls and Adults are welcome to learn more about starting or joining a troop.
While she may be exposed to these subjects at school, in other youth programs, or even on her own, at Girl Scouts she’ll experience them in a unique way that puts her on a path to a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success. And because our program is girl-led, girls decide what they’ll do, together.
Girl-led, expert-approved, and volunteer-supported, Girl Scouts helps girls discover their strengths and change the world.
Contact us now about new troops that are forming for the Fall 2018. Interested in starting a new troop? It’s easy, all of the training is available online and you’ll build some amazing memories with your daughter and her friends.
Cookies are coming! Get ready for the 100th year of Girl Scout Cookie Selling with the introduction of a NEW cookie! Girl Scouts are invited to come to the Cookie Rally and meet the new S’Mores Cookie. Games, Activities, Catapult building, Booth ideas, Cookie tasting and more! Event is open only to registered Girl Scouts. Cookies will be available on February 1st to the general public.
Click here for detailed info about getting your tree picked up this season. We’ll be in your neighborhood on Dec. 31st, Jan 7th and Jan. 14th.
EMAIL REMINDERS: We won’t be flyering individual homes this year with our tree recycling reminders. In order to save paper and gas, we are offering an email reminder service for the 2016/2017 tree season. Click the button below to sign up for two email reminders from the Girl Scouts in December with our pick up dates and instructions.
We had a great day at our first Badge Workshop on Sunday with 24 girls earning their First Aid badge! Special thanks to our first aid “teachers”: Jill Valavanis, Nona Gamble, Kathleen Scanlon and Rie Casale. And a very special thanks to the Sonoma Valley Fire and Rescue for stopping by to visit with the girls and tell them about their careers as first responders.
Join us for the next workshop on December 11. Visit our badge workshop page for more info.