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Community and Patch Programs

Community and Patch program providers are local organizations approved by Girl Scouts of Central Indiana to offer events and activities based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

Through these experiences, Girl Scouts explore their interests, acquire new knowledge and skills, earn badges, and become G.I.R.L.s (Go-Getters, Innovators, Risk-Takers, Leaders)!

Patch programs are a great way to explore a wide variety of topics. Detailed booklets describing the requirements for each patch are attached. Take time to read and explore all these great possibilities. You never know what fun you will have!

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Community Program Providers

Art and Drama

Annie
All
CYT is proud to tell the story of little orphan Annie, who charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the Orphanage, Annie escapes to the wondrous world of NYC. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations... and even befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt! She finds a new home and family in billionaire, Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy. With Tony-Award winning songs such as “Tomorrow,” Annie is the perfect family-friendly musical.
Thursday, June 04, 2020- 7p.m.
Friday, June 05, 2020 - 7p.m.
Saturday, June 06, 2020- 2p.m.
Saturday, June 06, 2020 - 7p.m.
Sunday, June 07, 2020-2p.m.

Cost: $13
Times: 2p.m., 7p.m.
Location: Marian University Theater
Host: CYT (Christian Youth Theater)
Contact: Julie Dunlap, CYT Managing Director
How to register: For tickets, contact Julie Dunlap
jdunlap@cytindy.org
317.696.1048


 

The Art Lab
provides various art programming and badge full-filling programs with professional teaching artists. Come visit us to work on pottery, painting, fiber arts, sewing and more. We also can come to you! Several scout workshops are available, but we take troop reservations!

Location: 31 East Main Street Building 37 Suite 300, Carmel
Host: The Art Lab
Contact: Maren Bell
information@artlabindy.com
317.340.3469
How to register: Sign up at http://www.artlabindy.com/scouts/


 

Artistic Explorations – Girl Scout Badge Day
Cadettes, Ambassadors
Be inspired by the beauty observed in nature to spark creative art making! Join ISM staff as they guide you through all the steps needed to complete either the Outdoor Art Apprentice badge or Outdoor Art Master badge. Girl Scouts are encouraged to bring a digital camera to assist in the projects but isn’t required to participate. Register by March 14, 2020.
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Cost: $12/girl, $1/adult
Time: Session A: 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Outdoor Art Apprentice for Cadettes
Session B: 1:00–3:00 p.m. Outdoor Art Master for Ambassadors
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum
How to Register: Call Indiana State Museum at 317.232.1637.


 

Create!
All
Shake off the winter blues and celebrate vibrant colors and imagination within humanities creative spirit! Join us as we celebrate all things creative. Art, film, theater, comedy, music, science, and so much more. Enjoy artistic displays, sing along with music performances, tell a joke, invent something new, or try your hand at Shakespeare. Or, you can sit back and enjoy the creative spirit or jump in and create something yourself. There will be so much to do! Included in General Admission - no registration necessary.
Jan. 25, 2020
Time: 10am-5pm
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum


 

Disney’s Peter Pan
All
CYT presents this beloved family favorite, high-flying Tony Award-winning musical.
Peter and his mischievous fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell, visit the nursery of the Darling children late one night and, with a sprinkle of pixie dust, begin a magical journey across the stars that none of them will ever forget. In the adventure of a lifetime, the travelers come face to face with a ticking crocodile, a fierce Indian tribe, a band of bungling pirates and, of course, the villainous Captain Hook.
Featuring the iconic songs, "I'm Flying," "I've Gotta Crow," "I Won't Grow Up" and "Never Never Land," and a rousing book full of magic, warmth and adventure, Peter Pan is the perfect show for the child in all of us!
Thursday, February 06, 2020-7p.m.
Friday, February 07, 2020 - 7p.m.
Saturday, February 08, 2020-2p.m.
Saturday, February 08, 2020- 7p.m.
Sunday, February 09, 2020-2p.m.
Cost: $13
Location: Marian University Theater
Host: CYT (Christian Youth Theater)
Contact: Julie Dunlap, CYT Managing Director
How to register: For tickets, contact Julie Dunlap
jdunlap@cytindy.org
317.696.1043


 

Be a Potter (Pottery Badge)
Brownie
Learn the ancient art of pottery and meet a local professional potter! Each Brownie will create a coil and pinch pot, a Fimo necklace/bracelet, and experiment with throwing on a potter’s wheel. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. Drinks and snacks provided. Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts no later than May 16th, 2020.
Saturday, May 30, 2020
Cost: $17/girl $2/adult
Times: 12:30 -3PM
Location: 32 W. 10th Street, Anderson
Host: Anderson Museum of Art
Contact: Stephanie Michaels 765.649.1248 smichaels@andersonart.org
How to register: Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts


 

Cookies and Canvas
all
Calling all artists! Taught by a local artist, this event will help you create your own masterpiece one step at a time. You’ll chat with your new and old friends over cookies and milk as the paint dries.
Saturday, January 04, 2020- 2-4p.m.
Saturday, February 8, 2020 -2-4p.m.
Saturday, March 14, 2020- 2-4p.m.
Saturday, May 9, 2020- 2-4p.m.
Saturday, June 13, 2020- 2-4p.m.
Location: Bloomington Service Center 1000 N Walnut St i, Bloomington
Host: Wine and Canvas Bloomington
Contact: Sarah Wathen
Wine and Canvas Bloomington
sarah@wineandcanvas.com
How to register: Sign up at www.wineandcanvas.com. Use password: GS2020 when registering.


Createrella Florals Petal Party
all
Petal Party by Createrella Florals is the best way to enhance your Girl Scout troop meetings: a fun and creative workshop for all age levels! This class includes 30 minutes of floral class instruction (learn floral processing, floral varietals, vase preparation, floral technique), snack time and 45 minutes at the flower bar where girls get to use all the tools and create a flower arrangement in a vase that they can bring home. More: createrella.com or createrella@gmail.com
Serves Indianapolis and surrounding areas
Host: Createrella Florals
How to register: Sign up at www.createrella.com


 

Drawing: Treehouse Perspective
Seniors
Perspective drawing is easy and fun once you learn a few basic steps. Draw a realistic looking treehouse using a pencil and a ruler. Wow your friends and family with this cool new skill.
May 19, 2020
Cost: $5 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 2432 Conservatory Dr,
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Arts Center
Contact: Sarah Norman
317.327.7077


 

Galentine’s Day Pottery Painting
All
Bring all the Galentine’s in your troop to make a sweet piece for Valentine’s Day. Join us to paint a cute cupcake plate, learn about pottery painting and see the kilns and how the pottery is fired. Program for girl scouts only. Projects will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up within 7 days of event.
Wednesday, February 05, 2020
Cost: $10/girl
Times: 6 PM
Location: Plainfield
1820 East Main Street
Plainfield
317.406.3072
Greenwood
3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D
Greenwood, IN 46142
317.893.5700
Hamilton Town Center
13901 Town Center Blvd, Suite 200
Noblesville, IN 46060
317.773.4881
Host: uPaint Pottery Studio
Contact: Kelli Singleton
Stacey Heltsley info@upaintpotterystudio.com
How to register: Call the location to register



I Hate Shakespeare
All
Join CYT as we present this hilarious Shakespearian farce, We hate Shakespeare! At least that's what the audience thinks until they get a rip-roaring rundown of Shakespeare's classics. With zombies and talking cows, I Hate Shakespeare! is a hilarious and fast-paced introduction to Shakespeare -- with a modern twist. Plus, someone gets a pie in the face. Whether you love or Hate Shakespeare, this is a great, education (really!) piece for students of all ages.
Friday, January 24, 2020-7p.m.
Saturday, January 25, 2020-2p.m
Saturday, January 25, 2020-7p.m..
Sunday, January 26, 2020-2p.m.
Friday, January 31, 2020-7p.m.
Saturday, February 01, 2020-2p.m.
Saturday, February 01, 2020-7p.m.
Sunday, February 02, 2020-2p.m.
Cost: $13
Location: The CAT, Carmel, Indiana
Host: CYT (Christian Youth Theater)
Contact: Julie Dunlap, CYT Managing Director
How to register: For tickets, contact Julie Dunlap
jdunlap@cytindy.org
317.696.1036


Magical Unicorn Plate Painting
All
Bring all the Galentine’s in your troop to make a sweet piece for Valentine’s Day. Join us to paint a cute cupcake plate, learn about pottery painting and see the kilns and how the pottery is fired. Program for girl scouts only. Projects will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up within 7 days of event.
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Cost: $10/girl
Times: 6 PM
Location: Plainfield
1820 East Main Street
Plainfield
(317) 406-3072
Greenwood
3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D
Greenwood, IN 46142
(317) 893-5700
Hamilton Town Center
13901 Town Center Blvd, Suite 200
Noblesville, IN 46060
317.773.4881
Host: uPaint Pottery Studio
Contact: Kelli Singleton
Stacey Heltsley info@upaintpotterystudio.com
How to register: Call the location to register


 

Make a Splash! (Painting Badge)
Brownie
Brownies will learn a variety of different painting techniques to create one of a kind works of art. We will practice plein air painting by painting landscapes and we will work together to create a mural expressing emotions and mood. Girls will also have the chance to practice painting beyond the brush using a variety of tools and objects. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. Drinks and snacks provided. Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts no later than February 22nd, 2020.
Saturday, March 07, 2020
Cost: $14/girl $2/adult
Times: 12:30 -3PM
Location: 32 W. 10th Street, Anderson
Host: Anderson Museum of Art
Contact: Stephanie Michaels 765.649.1248 smichaels@andersonart.org
How to register: Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts


Melted Crayon Suncatchers
Juniors
Make colorful suncatchers out of old, broken crayons! Watch the colors swirl together as you melt the wax with a hair dryer.
March. 10, 2020
Cost: $5 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 2432 Conservatory Dr,
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Arts Center
Contact: Sarah Norman
317.327.7077



Mother’s Day Gift Painting
All
Spend a fun evening together just you and your Mom! Each Mom and daughter will paint a mug, learn about pottery painting and see the kilns and how the pottery is fired. Program for girl scouts and moms. Projects will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up within 7 days of event.
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Cost: $10/girl $10/adult
Times: 6PM
Location: Plainfield
1820 East Main Street
317.406.3072
Greenwood
3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D
317.893.5700
Hamilton Town Center
13901 Town Center Blvd, Suite 200
3177.73.4884

Host: uPaint Pottery Studio
Contact: Kelli Singleton
Stacey Heltsley info@upaintpotterystudio.com
How to register: Call the location to register.


 

 

Mom & Me Pottery Painting
All
Spend a fun evening together just you and your Mom! Each Mom and daughter will paint a mug, learn about pottery painting and see the kilns and how the pottery is fired. Program for girl scouts and moms. Projects will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up within 7 days of event.
Tuesday, May 05, 2020
Cost: $10/girl $10/adult
Times: 6PM
Location: Plainfield
1820 East Main Street
317.406.3072
Greenwood
3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D
317.893.5700
Hamilton Town Center
13901 Town Center Blvd, Suite 200
317.773.4884
Host: uPaint Pottery Studio
Contact: Kelli Singleton
Stacey Heltsley info@upaintpotterystudio.com
How to register: Call the location to register.


 

Painting: Wacky Watercolors
Brownies
Watercolor painting is super fun when you try these unusual techniques. We’ll learn about the different effects you can get from using salt, plastic wrap, and rubber cement.
February 18, 2020
Cost: $5 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 2432 Conservatory Dr,
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Arts Center
Contact: Sarah Norman
317.327.7077

 

Potter: Clay Face Pencil Cup
Cadettes
These goofy faces will keep you company at your desk! Discover how to roll a slab of clay and turn it into a functional pencil cup. Decorate your cup with a mouth, nose, and eyes using clay tools.
April. 21, 2020
Cost: $5 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 2432 Conservatory Dr,
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Arts Center
Contact: Sarah Norman
317.327.7077


 

Pottery: Clay Beads and Pendants
Daisy
Make some unique beads and pendants out of colorful clay. Learn how to roll clay into swirling balls of color, and design some cool pendants with cookie cutters. The instructor will bake your clay and then show you how to make bracelets and necklaces you can wear and give to your friends.
January 28, 2020/ 6:00-7:00pm
Cost: $5 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 2432 Conservatory Dr,
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Arts Center
Contact: Sarah Norman
317.327.7077


 

Spring Pottery Painting
All
Painting pottery is so much fun! Join us to paint a pineapple succulent planter, learn about pottery painting and see the kilns and how the pottery is fired. Program for girl scouts only. Projects will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up within 7 days of event.
Tuesday, March 03, 2020
Cost: $10/girl
Times: 6:00:00 PM-
Location: Plainfield
1820 East Main Street
Plainfield, IN 46168
317.406.3072
Greenwood
3113 W Smith Valley Road, Suite D
Greenwood, IN 46142
317.893.5700
Hamilton Town Center
13901 Town Center Blvd, Suite 200
Noblesville, IN 46060
317.773.4882
Host: uPaint Pottery Studio
Contact: Kelli Singleton
Stacey Heltsley info@upaintpotterystudio.com
How to register: Call the location to register.


 


Fairy Tale Party
Daisy & Brownie
The Little Mermaid and Firebird Ballet - Join Ballet Theatre of Carmel Academy as we celebrate our upcoming spring ballet featuring the fairy tales “The Little Mermaid” and “The Firebird." Girl Scouts will earn their dance badge as they learn basic ballet steps and put them together to learn a short dance. They will hear the stories of Hans Christian Anderson’s “The Little Mermaid” and an adaptation of the Russian fairy tale"The Firebird.” The girl scouts will learn about birds and fish that live in Indiana. They will enjoy a snack as they create craft. Price includes the Dancer Badge and voucher for girl scouts to attend Ballet Theatre of Carmel Academy’s spring performance “Water and Fire: The Little Mermaid and The Firebird.” Discounted tickets will be available for families of girl scouts.
Sunday, March 15,2020
Cost: $25/girl $2/adult
Time: 1p.m. - 3p.m.
Location: 1329 W. 96th St., Suite A, Indianapolis, IN 46260​
Host: Ballet Theatre of Carmel Academy
How to Register: Website https://ballettheatreofcarmel.org


 

Water and Fire: The Little Mermaid and The Firebird
Family
This is in addition to the Fairy Tale Party.
Saturday, May 02, 2020-7:30p.m.
Sunday, May 03, 2020-2p.m.
Cost: Discounted tickets for families of Girl Scouts
Times: 2p.m, 7:30p.m.
Location: 1331 W. 96th St., Auditorium TBD, Indianapolis, IN 46260​
Host: Ballet Theatre of Carmel Academy
How to register: Check website to confirm date, location, and time https://ballettheatreofcarmel.org



Young da Vinci (Drawing Badge)
Juniors will experiment with a variety of drawing materials including graphite, charcoal, & pastels as well as with techniques such as shading and perspective. Girls will then show off their imagination by designing a unique book or album cover. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. Drinks and snacks provided. Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts no later than March 7th, 2020.
Saturday, March 21, 2020
Cost: $12/girl $2/adult
Time: 12:30 - 3:30p.m.
Location: 33 W. 10th Street, Anderson, IN 46016
Host: Anderson Museum of Art
Contact: Stephanie Michaels 765.649.1248 smichaels@andersonart.org
To Register: Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts
 

 

 

 




 


 



 

Engaging and Fun Excursions

Fair Oaks Farm Girl Scout Group Tours
All
We are excited to show off some of the new thinking and practices that we were implementing in Agriculture through fun, interactive Adventures on real working farms. As soon as you and your group arrive, you will be greeted by one of our Adventure Guides. They will assist with check in and make sure everyone in the group knows where to go and what to expect. Girl Scout groups of 10 or more receive a special rate of $12 per person and Fair Oaks fun patches. Choose from The Dairy, Pig, or Crops Adventure. Each adventure typically lasts about three hours. Must schedule 2 weeks in advance.
January - March
Cost: $12/person
Location: 856 N 600 E, Fair Oaks, IN 47943
Host: Fair Oaks Farms
Contact: Lisa D Roozee
To Register: Call Lisa D. Roozee at 219.394.5322


 

 

Family Night Out - Emoji Party
Family
Let’s express ourselves with the fun language of emojis. Create new emojis, play with the emoji graffiti wall, make an emoji mask, emoji like an Egyptian and other ancient cultures. Be sure to visit the XOXO: An Exhibit About Love & Forgiveness exhibit and explore other ways to express your emotions. Take advantage of the Special Girl Scout Rate.
August 7, 2020
Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm
Cost: $7 per person
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum


 

 

Girl Scout Night with the Indy Fuel

All Age Levels
Join us on March 1st for Girl Scouts of Central Indiana
Day with the Indy Fuel! Puck drops at 3:05 PM. Be sure to stay afterwards for a free public skate with the team!
March. 1, 2020
Cost: $17 per girl/$17 per adult
Location: 1202 E 38th St,
Indianapolis
Host: Indy Fuel
Contact: Steve Kuepper
317.800.6540


Murder Mystery Dinner

Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors
Enjoy a four course dinner and try to solve a crime. Each person gets a script and you solve the murder as a team investigative unit of 6 and 8 participants. Must be 12 or older.
Second Sunday of each month.
Cost: $14/participant
Times: 5 -7PM
Location: 135 South Main
Zionsville
Host: Serenity
Contact: Karin Glass
How to register: Call to register: 317.873.5590


 

POUND® Party

Brownie, Junior
This rock music-charged class uses lightly weighted drumsticks that encourage participates to DRUM away their stress.
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com


 

SAI Young Women in Harmony - Session 1
Brownies, Juniors
Do your Girl Scouts like to sing? Sweet Adelines International will teach the art of barbershop singing to your troop. Programs geared toward Brownies and Juniors. Older scouts interested in leadership opportunities, please contact Susie Davis. Scholarship programs available – contact Susie Davis. Pre -registration 2 weeks prior to event date required.
Saturday, April 18, 2020
Times: 1:15 -3:45p.m.
Location: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana
Leadership Learning Center meeting rooms A & B.
7201 Girl Scout Lane
Indianapolis, IN 46214
Host: White River Sound – Sweet Adalines International
Contact: Susie Fintz (President)
317.508.3934
Susie Davis
317.908.6960
Whiteriversoundsai@gmail.com
How to register: Call to register: Susie Davis 317.908.6960


 

SAI Young Women in Harmony - Session 2
Brownies, Juniors
Do your Girl Scouts like to sing? Sweet Adelines International will teach the art of barbershop singing to your troop. Programs geared toward Brownies and Juniors. Older scouts interested in leadership opportunities, please contact Susie Davis. Scholarship programs available – contact Susie Davis. Pre -registration 2 weeks prior to event date required.
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Times: 1:15 -3:45p.m.
Location: Trinity Lutheran Church
8540 East 16th St
Indianapolis, IN
Host: White River Sound – Sweet Adalines International
Contact: Susie Fintz (President)
317.508.3934
Susie Davis
317.908.6960
Whiteriversoundsai@gmail.com
How to register: Call to register: Susie Davis 317.908.6960


 

Scribe Badge
Juniors
We offer a writing circle for Girl Scouts to receive their Scribe badge. www.womenwritingbloomington.org
Location: Bloomington, IN
Host: Young Women Writing for (a) Change
Contact: Kelly Sage, Young Women’s Program Coordinator
ywwprogram@womenwritingbloomington.org 812.269.6801
How to register: Contact Kelly Sage to register
 




 

 

 

 

Entrepreneurship

Brownie Badge: Philanthropist
Brownies
We will introduce the girls to a community of people where a lot of basic resources such as toiletry and food are hard to come by. They will have the opportunity to learn what people need and learn about ways to help them. Please come with donations as they are required per the Philanthropist badge. Suggested items include: canned goods, winter items (which is highly suggested, includes coats, hats, scarfs, gloves), toiletry, nonperishable food items.
More information on the organization: https://www.wheelervolunteer.org/recruiter/504/OppDetails/2155/Donation-Organization-Center-for-Women-Children-Bloomington/
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Time: 9:30 AM-11:00 AM
Cost: Free with a donation
Location: Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children Bloomington 400 S Opportunity Lane, Bloomington, IN 47405
Host: Indiana University - Campus Girl Scouts
Contact: Diavian Miller, President
To Register: Contact Diavian Miller at campus.girlscouts.iu@gmail.com


 

Daisy Badge: Making Choices
Daisies
The girls will be visiting the Center for Women & Children in Bloomington, IN. This is an opportunity for young girls to get hands on experience serving a community in need through guided volunteer experience. Please come with items to donate such as canned goods, winter items (which is highly suggested, includes coats, hats, scarfs, gloves), toiletry, nonperishable food items.
More information on the organization: https://www.wheelervolunteer.org/recruiter/504/OppDetails/2155/Donation-Organization-Center-for-Women-Children-Bloomington/
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Time: 9:30 AM-11:00 AM
Cost: Free with a donation
Location: Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children Bloomington 400 S Opportunity Lane, Bloomington, IN 47405
Host: Indiana University - Campus Girl Scouts
Contact: Diavian Miller, President campus.girlscouts.iu@gmail.com
To Register: Contact Diavian Miller campus.girlscouts.iu@gmail.com


 

Thinking Money for Kids
Brownies, Juniors
Thinking Money for Kids is a museum-quality exhibition that will travel to 50 U.S. public libraries between 2019 and 2021. Through a bustling community market-themed storyline, digital interactive content and other fun, hands-on activities, the exhibition explores topics like earning money, saving and spending, and making responsible financial decisions.
Geared towards Brownies and Juniors
Meet requirements to Entrepreneurship badges.
February 12 – March 20, 2020
Location: 221 N. Union St.
Kokomo IN 46901
Host: Kokomo-Howard County Public Library
Contact: Brennan Reed
Head of Children’s Services
765.626.0826
How to register: No registration required.
 

Exercise and Sports

Aerial Dance
Brownie, Junior
Join us for a cirque-style warm up, learn to spin and fly on the silks, then perform an aerial dance routine for your friends and family! You’ll earn an Aerialogy patch and certificate of completion. Come dressed to move in leggings and a workout shirt. First-time aerialists welcome! 2 hour workshop. Waiver must be signed in advance.
Cost: $15/girl
Location: Twin Lakes Recreation Center, 1700 W Bloomfield Rd, Bloomington
Host: Aerialogy
Contact: Laura Pence fly@aerialogy.fitness
How to register: www.aerialogy.fitness/workshops



 

 

Fly Your Way to Fitness
Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
Aerial gymnastics is an amazing way to gain confidence while building strength, flexibility and body awareness. With our progressive training methods, even a total beginner can learn to invert, spin, and explore creative movement. You’ll earn an Aerialogy patch and certificate of completion. Come dressed to sweat in leggings and a workout shirt. 2 hour workshop. Waiver must be signed in advance.
Cost: $15/girl
Location: Twin Lakes Recreation Center, 1700 W Bloomfield Rd, Bloomington
Host: Aerialogy
Contact: Laura Pence fly@aerialogy.fitness
How to register: www.aerialogy.fitness/workshops



 

 

Girl Scouts Try Scuba
Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
The Try Scuba session is the easiest way to experience the underwater world of scuba diving. You’ll enjoy a classroom session to learn the basics of scuba and a one-time, entry-level opportunity in a pool. Scuba certification not included.
Location: Divers’ Supply Indy 104 S Post Road
Indianapolis
Host: Divers’ Supply Indy
Contact: DSI Staff scubadiver@diverssupplyindy.com
How to register: Call 317.897.2822 for Girl Scout Special Rate



 

 

Gymnastics Girl Scout FUN
Bounce, jump, flip, and more as you experience gymnastics equipment and learn some basic gymnastics moves. Bring a water bottle and dress to be active! Being active is part of healthy lifestyle and this program can help earn requirements for badges at several Girl Scout levels.
Location: 582 Pitt Rd
Brownsburg
Host: Fusion Gymnastics
Contact: Sabrina Gossett 317. 294. 2171
How to register: Register online at fusiongym.com under the "Girl Scouts" tab.


 

ZUMBA™ for Kids
Brownie, Junior
This is a great enhancement for the world of languages standard. This class incorporates music and movements from many different countries (Latin American, India, Cuba, United States, Russia).
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861


 

Life Skills

Being Perfectly Imperfect: Meditation & Yin Yoga
Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
Session A: Do you love who you are? Are there things about you, you wish were different? Come explore all your fabulous qualities and learn how to quiet negative beliefs by practicing mindful meditation and affirming everything that’s great about YOU!
Session B: Do you ever need to slow things down? Yin, a more passive form of yoga, complements your active lifestyle by focusing on all the parts of your body that hold you together. This session aids in relaxation and stress reduction, while allowing time for quiet thought and contemplation.
Thursday, March 05, 2020
Cost: $5/girl $5/adult OR $15/girl $15 adult for sessions A & B
Times: Session A - 6 -6:45p.m.
Session B - 7-8p.m.
Location: Promise Road Elementary School Gym
14975 Promise Road
Noblesville
Host: Dragonfly Collective
Contact: Tina Sikora
How to register: tmsikora@sbcglobal.net



 

 

Book Maker (Book Artist Badge)
Cadette
Create your own journal! Learn about bookbinding traditions, tools, and history. Then put your talents to work. Cadettes will make three different types of books: an accordion fold book, a saddle stitched book, and a small leather journal necklace. Badges will be presented at the end of the event. Drinks and snacks provided. Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts no later than March 21st, 2020.
Saturday, April 04, 2020
Cost: $17/girl $2/adult
Times: 12:30:00 PM-3:00:00 p.m.
Location: 34 W. 10th Street, Anderson
Host: Anderson Museum of Art
Contact: Stephanie Michaels 765.649.1248 smichaels@andersonart.org
How to register: Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts




 

 

Eat the Rainbow
Daisy, Brownie
The curriculum includes tips from the USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans and real nutritional information that kids can understand.
Location: Locations Vary Based on Program
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

Etiquette and Manners Matter
Brownies, Juniors
Learn the 80 points of etiquette while eating a four course meal. So necessary as Manners Matter.
3rd Sunday of each month
Cost: $12/participant
Times: 5 -7:30 p.m.

Location: 135 South Main
Zionsville, Indiana. 46077
Host: Serenity
Contact: Karin Glass



 

Family Discovery Day – Female Frontiers
All
In 1920, Hoosier women gained the right to vote, breaking down the walls for political participation. Learn about important women in Indiana history who broke barriers and glass ceilings of their times. (Catharine Coffin, Madame CJ Walker, Marie Webster, Saint Theodora Guerin, Mary Todd Lincoln). Hear from Indiana women today who are on the frontiers of their fields (Women in Stem, current political figures, women CEOs, etc). Program included in general admission.
May 8, 2020
Time: 10a.m.-5p.m.
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum



 

Girl Scout Day at the Levi & Catherine Coffin State Historic Site
All
Join us for a day about learning why the Underground Railroad was instrumental in aiding freedom seekers, or runaway slaves on their journey north to Canada. Learn how Levi and Catharine Coffin used their home in Fountain City, Indiana to impact the lives of potentially 1,000 freedom seekers. The visit includes a self-guided tour of the Interpretive Center and a few hands-on activities. Registration deadline is February 14.
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 p.m
Cost: $8/girl $13/adults
Location: 201 US-27, Fountain City, IN 47341
Host: Levi & Catharine Coffin State Historic Site
Contact: Joanna Hahn Site Manager jhahn@indianamuseum.org 765.847.1691
To register: Call 765.847.1691


Girl Scout Self Defense Seminar
Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors
Specializing in helping kids develop leadership skills and success-mindset as well as helping families spend quality family time together; Level 10 is not your average "kicking and punching" karate school. Girls will work on self defense skills and learn how to deal with bullies and peer pressure.
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Time: 12-1:30 p.m.
Location: 5135 S Emerson Ave b, Indianapolis, IN 46237
Host: Level 10 Martial Arts College
Contact: Christina Parker, Office Manager cparker@level10martialarts.com 317.782.8000
To Register: Call 317.782.8000


 

Hayes Arboretum
All
Hayes Arboretum is pleased to offer a number of programs designed to enhance stem and outdoor badge requirements by providing hands-on outdoor learning experiences with nature. All lessons are led by trained and experienced naturalists.
Hayes Arboretum is 330 acres of woodlands, meadows, swamps, and streams just waiting to be explored by eager girl scouts. Our three miles of hiking trails are an ideal outdoor laboratory providing your students an unparalleled learning experience.
Location: 801 Elks Road, Richmond, IN 47374
Contact: Jenilee Braun, Naturalist and Program Coordinator
To Register: Contact Jenilee Braun at 765.962.3745 or jbraun@hayesarb.org


 

KaPow! Zap! WOW! (Comic Badge)
Cadette
Step into the exciting and adventurous world of comic books! Learn about the history of comics and how to write, create, and color your own comic strip. Even meet a local comic artist or two! Badges will be presented at the end of the event. Drinks and snacks provided. Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts no later than April 11th, 2020.
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Cost: $14/girl $2/adult
Times: 12:30 -3 p.m.
Location: 32 W. 10th Street, Anderson
Host: Anderson Museum of Art
Contact: Stephanie Michaels 765.649.1248 smichaels@andersonart.org
How to register: Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts


 

 

Kokomo-Howard County Public Library
All
Sign up for Girl Scout Programs each month via https://khcpl.bibliocommons.com/events/search/index
Location: 220 N. Union St. Kokomo IN 46901
Contact: Brennan Reed Head of Children’s Services 765.626.0826


Manners, Mom, & Me (Junior Social Butterfly Badge & Brownie Making Friends Badge)
Brownies and Juniors
Let us guide you through the steps of preparing for a Mother’s Day inspired dinner party and the manners needed for dining on such a special occasion. Girls will learn about how to make new friends, how to hold a conversation, proper table manners, and how to prepare for special occasions. We will put our skills to use at a small practice dinner with our moms as well as with our friends new and old. Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts no later than April 25th, 2020.
Saturday, May 9, 2020
Cost: $16/girl $6/adult
Times: 10a.m. -12:30p.m.
Location: 32 W. 10th Street, Anderson
Host: Anderson Museum of Art
Contact: Stephanie Michaels765.649.1248 smichaels@andersonart.org
How to register: Sign up at www.andersonart.org/girl-scouts


 

Me & My Gal Open Water Scuba Certification
Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
You and your gal can get your scuba diving certification with the SSI Open Water Diver course – This globally-recognized certification program is the best way to begin your life-long adventure as a certified scuba diver. Personalized training is combined with in-water practice sessions to ensure you have the skills and experience required to become truly comfortable underwater. To enroll you must be 10 years old or older. You need adequate swimming skills and need to be in good physical health. No prior experience with scuba diving is required.
Cost: Call 317.897.2822 for Girl Scout Special Rate
Location: 104 S Post Road Indianapolis, IN 46220
Host: Divers’ Supply Indy
Contact: DSI Staff scubadiver@diverssupplyindy.com
How to Register: Call 317.897.2822


 

Miss & Me Manners Tea
Brownies and Juniors
Spend the afternoon learning proper manners when meeting someone, setting the table, and meal etiquette. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Open to Brownie and Juniors.
Opportunities for older scouts by request - contact Aura Lee.
Sunday, April 26, 2020
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Location: 619 Ferry St., Lafayette, Indiana 47901
Host: Thomas Duncan Hall, Inc
Contact: Aura Lee Emsweller, Executive Director 765-742-4788 auralee@duncanhall.org
How to Register: Call 765-742-4788


 

Monroe County History Center
All
The Monroe County History Center collects, preserves, researches, interprets and presents the genealogy, history and artifacts of Monroe County, Indiana, and provides an accessible learning environment for all to enjoy. Contact Andrea Hadsell to book a troop program for a fun way to fulfill Life Skills badges.
Location: 202 East 6th Street, Bloomington, Indiana 47408
Contact: Andrea Hadsell, Education Manager
To Register: Contact Andrea Hadsell at education@monroehistory.org or 812.332.2517 ext. 2



 

 

Splash into Safety
Daisy, Brownie, Junior
Using the American Red Cross “WHALE Tales” curriculum, kids will learn vital water safety skills, including life jacket safety, how to help a friend struggling in the water, and much more!
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317-843-3861



 

 

Sparkle4Girls
Sparkle4Girls Is a collection of lifestyle and skill building workshops for girls all ages . The workshops are relevant, interactive , engaging and fun . The workshop series includes : Yummy Friendship, an ice cream themed interactive workshop that promotes and equips girls to build healthy friendships. The Sparkle 4 Girls workshop series includes other useful lifestyle and skill building workshops.
Location: The Sparkle Studio:
1081 3rd Avenue SW
Suite 6
Carmel, IN 46032
Host: Sparkle4Girls
To register: Visit www.sparkle4girls.com, call 317.735.6675, or email info@sparkle4girls.com
 

Outdoors

Animal Homes
Daisy
Students will learn about the tame verses wild animals, where they make their homes, and will even look for them in the park.
Location: Locations Vary Based on Program
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

Becoming an Eco Leader
Daisy
Daisies will have a chance to explore the Garden and learn about protecting nature and caring for the living things around them. Badge requirements will be fulfilled, but badge will not be provided by the Conservatory.
Location: 2025 Conservatory Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Conservatory
Registration Link: https://www.garfieldgardensconservatory.org/girlscouts
 

Birds and Binoculars
Daisy, Brownie, Junior
Students will be introduced to the world of birds as they use binoculars and learn basic birding skills to hike the trails in search of our feathered neighbors.
Location: Locations Vary Based on Program
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

Birds of Prey
All Age Levels
Have you ever glared at a hawk up close or hooted like an owl? You will get to see the resident birds of prey up close, while learning about their individual behaviors, eating habits, conservation and more. We will examine their beaks, feet, and other adaptations that make them successful birds of prey.
Location: 6515 Delong Rd.
Indianapolis
Host: Eagle Creek Park
Ornithology Center
Contact: Stefany Boleyn stefany.boleyn@indy.gov
317.327.2473



 

 

Brownie Bugs
Brownie
Learn about the secret lives of bugs!
You will explore the webs of spiders, the tunnels of worms, the hills of ants, and the hives of bees.
Location: 6515 Delong Rd.
Indianapolis
Host: Eagle Creek Park
Ornithology Center
Contact: Stefany Boleyn stefany.boleyn@indy.gov
317.327.2473



 

 

Brownie Bugs
Brownie
Learn about the secret lives of bugs!
You will explore the webs of spiders, the tunnels of worms, the hills of ants, and the hives of bees.
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road.
New Palestine
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843



 

 

Brownie Hiker
Brownie
Every trail leads to a new adventure! Come explore the trails of Eagle Creek. Girl Scouts will learn about safe hiking habits and will learn to identify some of the plant and animal species they see along the way.
Location: 6515 Delong Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46278
Host: Eagle Creek Park
Ornithology Center
Contact: Stefany Boleyn stefany.boleyn@indy.gov
317.327.2473



 

 

Brownie Hiker
Brownie
Every trail leads to a new adventure; come explore the trails! Girl Scouts will learn about safe hiking habits and will learn to identify some of the plant and animal species they see along the way.
May. 9, 2020
Cost: $4 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 1195 Central Park Drive West
Carmel
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

Brownie Hiker
Brownie
Every trail leads to a new adventure! Come explore the trails of Eagle Creek. Girl Scouts will learn about safe hiking habits and will learn to identify some of the plant and animal species they see along the way.
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843


 

 

Brownie Outdoor Adventurer Badge
Brownie
You will earn your Outdoor Adventurer badge by exploring nature in a new way, playing nature games, learning a camp skill, and caring for the outdoors.
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843



 

 

Brownie: Making Maple Syrup
Brownie
Freezing nights and warmer days cause maple sap to flow up into the tree, making the conditions just right for learning how to tap a maple tree. You will even get to taste real, local maple syrup!
March. 17, 2020
Cost: $4 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 1195 Central Park Drive West
Carmel
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com.
317.843.3861



 

 

Bugs and Butterflies
Daisy, Brownie, Junior
Learn about the life cycles of common insects as we go on an adventure to collect and identify some critters with six legs or more (all creatures released afterwards)!
Location: 1195 Central Park Drive West
Carmel
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

Bug Fest
All Age Groups
Join the swarms of people eager to learn more about our 6-legged friends at this annual festival! Visit various stations to earn your “Doctorate of Bugology”: walk through the butterfly tent, meet several bugs face-to-face, eat a cricket or two, hunt for bugs in the prairie, make buggy crafts, and much more! $10 per vehicle (cash only)
August. 30, 2020
Cost: $10 per vehicle (cash only)
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843



 

 

Bug Fest Volunteers
CSA Girls and Adults
The annual celebration of all things bugs! Join the "swarms" of people earning the Doctorate of Bugology. Particpants visit several stations including a butterfly tent, the Cricket Café, Insect Safari and lots more. Hope to see you! CSA's and Adults can help at this event! We need you to run crafts at the crafts station, to sign punch cards, to stuff goodie bags, or help take down at the end of the event. $10 per vehicle (cash only)
August. 30, 2020
Cost: $10 per vehicle (cash only)
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843



 

 

Cadette Archery
Cadette
Learn all about archery and the skills needed for this awesome sport. Learn all about the safety and equipment at an archery range.
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843



 

 

Cadette Trees
Cadette
You will learn all about the wonderful world of trees--from the shade to the science, the fruit to the forest, and the legends to the lumber. To know trees is to love them!
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
317.327.4843
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov



 

 

Cadette Trees
Cadette
You will learn all about the wonderful world of trees--from the shade to the science, the fruit to the forest, and the legends to the lumber. To know trees is to love them!
Location: 6515 Delong Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46278
Host: Eagle Creek Park
Ornithology Center
Contact: Stefany Boleyn
stefany.boleyn@indy.gov
317.327.2473



 

 

Creative Compass
Brownie
Not only will girls have the opportunity to make and decorate their own compass, they will also learn all about how compasses work. After the lesson, the girls will have an opportunity to test their skills in the tropical Conservatory. Brownies can use this class to help earn the Letterbox badge in the “It's Your Story” Journey.
Location: 2025 Conservatory Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Conservatory
Registration Link: https://www.garfieldgardensconservatory.org/girlscouts


 

Furry Critters: All About Mammals
Daisy, Brownie, Junior
We will take a close look at the different features these furry animals have that allow them to survive in the wilderness. Then we will hike around looking for tracks in the mud, squirrel nests, mouse tunnels, and more signs of animal activity right here in Central Park.
Location: Locations vary based on class.
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

GeoFest
All
It’s time to rock out at GeoFest! Browse a wide variety of fossils, cut and uncut gemstones and minerals from all over the world. Purchase jewelry, crafts made from natural materials and specimens for display or for your collection. Have a ton of family fun with activities and demonstrations! Help our Pleistocene zookeeper with feeding time and explore Indiana's ancient seas through a Paleozoic scuba diving scavenger hunt. Make amethyst jewelry or a pet rock, then experience the rock and roll race. Pit your rock against others and see who is victorious! Take advantage of the Special Girl Scout Rate!
February 21-23, 2020
Time: 10am-5pm
Cost: $7 per person
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum



 

Girl Scout Day with Indiana Golf
All
Join First Tee of Indiana at several locations all over the state for a two hour clinic that will cover an introduction into golf, putting, chipping, and full swing. Email Ali Beam for a list of participating locations in Indianapolis, Michiana, Peru, Muncie, Richmond, Evansville, Valparasio, and South Bend.
Saturday, June 06, 2020
Cost: $10/girl $2/adult
Location: First Tee of Indiana locations in Indianapolis, Michiana, Peru, Muncie, Richmond, Evansville, Valparasio, and South Bend.
Host: First Tee of Indiana
Contact: Ali Beam, PGA Program Director - North Region
How to register: Contact Ali Beam to register abeam@indianagolf.org



 

 

Girl Scout Hayride Night
All Age Levels
Contact Southeastway Park for details
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317..327.4843



 

 

Girl Scout Maple Syrup
All Age Levels
Girl Scouts and their families will discover the history of making maple syrup, tour the sugar bush and taste the results! Fee is for all participants ages 3 and up, including adults and tagalongs. Dress to be outside. Participants will receive a special treat!
March 8, 2020
Cost: $6 per participant ages 3 and up
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears, miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843



 

 

Global Youth Service Day: Pennsy Trail
Families
Support our beautiful waterway in Hancock County and help protect wildlife while learning about the area.
April 18, 2020
Location: Pennsy Trail
400 West Trail Head, just south of US 40, Hancock County
Contact: Mary Ann Wietbrock
pennsytrails@gmail.com



 

 

Journey to the Jungle Family Program
All Ages
Drop by the Conservatory for a self-guided tour through the tropical rainforest. Discover all about this unique ecosystem, including tropical fruits, trees and animals. Registered scouts will earn a unique “Rainforest” patch upon completion of the tour packet.
January 25, 2020
Cost: $4 per Person
Location: 2025 Conservatory Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Host: Garfield Park Conservatory
Registration Link: https://www.garfieldgardensconservatory.org/girlscouts



 

Junior Animal Habitats
Junior
Explore animals of the wild in their natural habitats. You will learn about animals in the wild, what they eat, how they play, and how we can help them. You will earn the Animal Habitat Badge!
Location: 6515 Delong Rd.
Indianapolis
Host: Eagle Creek Park
Ornithology Center
Contact: Stefany Boleyn stefany.boleyn@indy.gov
317.327.2473




 

Junior Animal Habitats
Junior
Explore animals of the wild in their natural habitats. You will learn about animals in the wild, what they eat, how they play, and how we can help them. You will earn the Animal Habitat Badge!
February. 22, 2020
Cost: $4 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 1195 Central Park Drive West
Carmel
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

Junior Animal Habitats
Junior
Explore animals of the wild in their natural habitats. You will learn about animals in the wild, what they eat, how they play, and how we can help them. You will earn the Animal Habitat Badge!
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears
miranda.sears@indy.gov



 

 

Junior Flowers
Junior
You will earn the Flowers badge by exploring flowers, going on a flower hike, and making a flower craft.
Location: 5624 S. Carroll Road
New Palestine, IN 46163
Host: Southeastway Park
Contact: Miranda Sears
miranda.sears@indy.gov
317.327.4843


 

 

Junior: Let's Go Camping
Junior
Are you ready to go camping? Do you need a little help learning how to set up a tent, cooking over a fire, or tying knots? We can help your troop learn a few camping skills!
May. 9, 2020
Cost: $4 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 1195 Central Park Drive West
Carmel
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861


 

 

Junior: Making Maple Syrup
Junior
Freezing nights and warmer days cause maple sap to flow up into the tree, making the conditions just right for learning how to tap a maple tree. You will even get to taste real, local maple syrup!
March. 17, 2020
Cost: $4 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 1195 Central Park Drive West
Carmel
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861



 

 

STEM

Animation Studio
Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes
Create amazing movies with stop motion animation using LEGO® bricks. Children will work in teams to produce their very own movie complete with dialogue and sound effects. Movies are uploaded to a secure site for family and friends to see how cool they are!
Sunday, June 14, 2020
Cost: $18/girl
Times: Session A: 1 -2:30 p.m.
Session B: 3-4:30 p.m.
Location: Wayne Township Library
198 South Girls School Road
Indianapolis
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Contact Snapology of Indy - West
indywest@snapology.com
How to register: Sign up here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56105

 

Aviation Discovery and Hangar Tour
All
Join us at the Cummins Aviation hangar to learn more about working with airplanes. We especially want you to meet women working in the field now! The visit will include a hangar tour and the opportunity to see corporate aircraft up close. A snack will be provided.
*Chance flight schedule can change
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Location: Cummins Hangar
5175 N Warren Dr
Columbus, IN
Host: Cummins Corporate Aviation
Contact: Lauren Mas or Rob Weismiller
To Register: Email Lauren Mass or Rob Weismiller to register.
 

 

Computer Expert Badge Workshop
Brownies
Computers help you do so much. You can make amazing art, find incredbile facts on the Internet, and send fun cards to friends and family. Earn the Computer Expert badge with Microsoft and you'll be a safe, secure computer expert!
Location: 8702 Keystone Xing, Indianapolis, IN 46240
Host: Microsoft
Contact and register : Ayana Carter, Community Development Specialist - Retail
at 317.708.0250
 

 

Creature Creator Robotics
Daisy, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes
In Snapology's Creature Creator Robotics class, your animal lover will create their own animal inspired robotic models. Students will learn about gear ratio, sensors, simple machines, and programming as they build insects, dolphins, gorillas, and much more. Your child is sure to have a wild time as they build, learn, and play.
Sunday, April 05, 2020
Cost: $18/girl
Times: Session A: 1 -2:30 p.m.
Session B: 3-4:30 p.m.
Location: Southport Library
2630 East Stop 11 Road
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Contact Snapology of Indy - West
indywest@snapology.com
How to register: Sign up here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56118
 


 

Criminology Crime Lab Tour at ISU
Juniors
Visit the state of the art Criminology crime lab at Indiana State University. Where visitors will get to use some of the high tech equipment used in investigations, such as a Krimesite imager, and explore other exciting ways forensics is may be utilized to solve crimes, like collecting fingerprints!
Saturday, March 14, 2020
Times: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: Indiana State University Meet at the John W. Moore Welcome Center 318 N 6th St, Terre Haute, IN 47809
Host: Indiana State University
Contact: Travis A. Behem, M.S. Indiana State University
School of Criminology and Security Studies
Instructor-Academic Adviser
812.237.2196
How to register: Contact ISU Admissions at admissions@indstate.edu or call 1.800.468.6478 (1-800-GO-TO-ISU)
 

Digital Photographer Badge Workshop
Juniors
It seems like almost every gadget can take a digital photograph, from phones to laptops to, of course, digital cameras. But do you know how to get the most out of your digital device, and what it takes to capture a winning photo? You will if you earn this badge with Microsoft!
Location: 8702 Keystone Xing, Indianapolis, IN 46240
Host: Microsoft
Contact and register: Ayana Carter, Community Development Specialist - Retail
 at 317.708.0250.
 

Escape Snapology
Daisy, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes
Your team will have to discover clues, solve puzzles, answer riddles, and manipulate contraptions in order to complete any assigned tasks and to ultimately unlock the door to escape Snapology! The team that escapes the fastest is given ultimate bragging rights...until their record is crushed by a new team! In Escape Snapology, students will play various escape games using S.T.E.A.M. skills and, in our longer programs, students will have the chance to design their own escape game.
Sunday, May 3, 2020
Times: Session A: 1-2:30 p.m.
Session B: 3-4:30 p.m.
Cost: $15/girl
Location: Southport Library
2630 East Stop 11 Road
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Snapology of Indy - West indywest@snapology.com
To Register: Sign up here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56119

Family Discovery Day – Human Body
Family
The human body is a complicated machine! Explore the chemistry of the human brain, investigate the five senses, and discover how the body really works. Learn about the importance of emotional intelligence and how you can better cope with a bad day. This program is included in general admission.
March 14, 2020
Time: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum
 

Family Night Out - Crazy Contraptions
Family
Let’s make the world wacky! Create new and crazy machines, join in the deconstruction zone and take apart some everyday objects, and play with gears and levers. Visit the Rube Goldberg: The World of Hilarious Invention! exhibit to explore some crazy machines and enjoy making them work. Take advantage of the special Girl Scout Rate!
March 6, 2020
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Cost: $7 per person
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum

 

Home Scientist
Want to be a kitchen chemist, create static electricity or cause something to bubble up? We will have fun playing with science. This badge will help you discover science all around you. Bring along your imagine and discovery skills!
March. 28, 2020
Cost: $4 per girl/$1 per adult
Location: 1195 Central Park Drive West
Carmel
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
eforeman@carmelclayparks.com
317.843.3861
 

Kinderbots
Daisies, Brownies
Children will begin to explore the world of robotics as they build simple models that teach the fundamentals of robotic design. Whether learning about sensors while building drills and magic wands, or discovering ways that gears and pulleys create movement while building helicopters and robotic dogs, your child is sure to have a great time.
Sunday, July 12, 2020
Cost: $18/girl
Times: Session A: 1-2:30 p.m.
Session B: 3 -4:30 p.m.
Location: Wayne Township Library
198 South Girls School Road
Indianapolis
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Contact Snapology of Indy - West
Register here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56107

 

LEGO® Friends
Daisy, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes
Would you like to share a moment of friendship and play with LEGO® bricks?! In this fun-filled Snapology class, students will get to create their own jungle adventure, go to the beach, help with the ranch, and mix up fruits at the juice bar! Join us at Snapology and meet the 5 best friends at Lego Friends!
Sunday, March 08, 2020
Cost: $15/girl
Times: Session A: 1-2:30 p.m.
Session B: 3 -4:30 p.m.
Location: Southport Library
2630 East Stop 11 Road
Indianapolis
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Snapology of Indy - West
Regsiter here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56099
 

Out of this World - Girl Scout Badge Day
Juniors and Cadettes
Explore the vastness of space including the planets, solar system, and the stars through hands-on activities. Join ISM staff as they guide you through the steps to complete the Space Science Investigator badge. Girl Scouts working on the Space Science Researcher badge will complete steps 1-3 and 5 at ISM but will need to complete step 4 on their own once the sun has set. Register by Feb. 29, 2020
Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: Session A 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Space Science Investigator for Juniors
Session B: 1:00–3:00 p.m.: Space Science Researcher for Cadettes
Cost: $12/girl, $1/adult
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum
How to Register: Call Indiana State Museum at 317.232.1637
 

Robopets
Daisy, Brownies
Children will begin to explore the world of robotics as they build simple LEGO® models that teach the fundamentals of robotic design and coding in this awesome RoboPets program! Children will learn about mechanical movement, habitats and examine the basic needs of different animals as they build a robotic fish, alligators, puppies and frogs!
Sunday, February 09, 2020
Cost: $18/girl
Times: Session A: 1 -2:30 p.m.
Session B: 3-4:30 p.m.
Location: Southport Library
2630 East Stop 11 Road
Indianapolis
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Snapology of Indy - West
Register here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56116

 

Robotics Badge Workshop
Brownies
Robots are simple machines that are programmed to run automatically. Programmers are the engineers that create step-by-step instructions, or algorithms, that tell robots how to understand and respond to their environment. Start by engineering a simple algorithm, then learn about programming on paper, before you program a "robot" Brownie friend and on a device.
Location: 8704 Keystone Xing, Indianapolis, IN 46240
Host: Microsoft
Contact and register: Ayana Carter, Community Development Specialist - Retail
317.708.0250

 

Robotics Badge Workshop
Daisies
A robot is a machine that is programmed to move and act. Robots do things we, as humans, can't or don't like to do. Robots can be super small to go into small spaces or be built to go places that are too hot or cold for us. They can even go to far away planets and send information balck to scientists! Learn about the many things robots do, and work in teams, like engineers, to design a robot that solves an everyday problem.
Location: 8704 Keystone Xing, Indianapolis, IN 46240
Host: Microsoft
Contact and register: Ayana Carter, Community Development Specialist - Retail
317.708.0250.  

Science of Slime, Unicorn Style
Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes
Allow your child to cultivate their love of science through hands-on experimentation with non-toxic chemistry! In this workshop, students will learn the basic science behind their favorite slimy polymer and how the magic is all in the ingredients. This is not your average slime workshop; your child will walk away from the Snapology Science Lab with clear knowledge about the chemistry behind slime and clean hands!
Sunday, August 09, 2020
Cost: $15/girl
Times: Session A:1 -2:30 p.m.
Session B: 3-4:30 p.m.
Location: Wayne Township Library
198 South Girls School Road
Indianapolis, IN 46231
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Snapology of Indy - West
How to register:https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56109

 

Smile Squad Dental Patch
Daisy Brownie Junior
Increase your knowledge and understanding of dental health! Participate in fun activities involving nutrition/healthy habits and have the opportunity to donate items to a local organization of your choice!
February 20, 2020
March 5, 2020
April 16, 2020
May 14, 2021
Times: 4 p.m., 5 p.m.
Location: 9886 East 116th Street Suite 100
Fishers, IN 46037
Host: Children's Dental Center
How to register: Email records@babytoothcenter.com

 

Smile Squad Dental Patch with McCabe Orthodontics
Meet Dr. Russell McCabe and his team to learn about the creation of beautiful smiles through quality orthodontic treatment. Tour the office, get individual molds, learn about the treatment process, and enjoy a snack!
Cost: Free for Girl Scouts
Location: 3551 RockyFord Road
Columbus, IN 47203
Host: McCabe Orthondontics
To Register: Call 812.376.9425 to set up a troop tour

 

Snapology
At Snapology we believe that children are meant to learn through play. When children are engaged in interactive, hands-on learning activities, their creativity flourishes and they show an increased interest in school. We help your child grow up with a thirst for knowledge. How do we do it? Snapology engages children ages 1-14 using LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and technology. While the kids are having fun with familiar toys, laptops and iPads, we sneak in the learning. Shh, don't tell them it's educational!
Snapology is the premier partner for STEAM programs with the Girl Scouts. We have pre-planned classes at local libraries – just sign up on our website, Indywest.Snapology.com and click on “Schedule”. Want to have us come to you for a Girl Scout program? We can bring our robotics, engineering, animation, or themed classes to your troop.
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact and register: Snapology of Indy - West or call 317.741.6360.
 

Snapology Frozen
Daisy, Brownies, Juniors
Do you want to build a snowman with Elsa and Anna?! Design your own Ice Castle, create your own snowman, like Olaf, and love is an open door is only a snowflake away. Have a blast as you create your own kingdom of Arrendale using LEGO® bricks. For the first time in forever you will be building with LEGO® bricks and Frozen all in one world!
Sunday, January 12, 2020- Session A: 1-2:30 p.m. Session B: 3-4:30 p.m.
· Cost: $15/girl
· Location: Southport Library, 2630 East Stop 11 Road, Indianapolis
· Sign up here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56095
Sunday, September 13, 2020- Session A: 1-2:30 p.m. Session B: 3-4:30 p.m.
· Cost: $15/girl
· Location: Wayne Township Library, 198 South Girls School Road, Indianapolis
· Sign up here: https://embed.snapology.com/licensee/49/events/56110
Host: Snapology Indy West
Contact: Contact Snapology of Indy - West
indywest@snapology.com

 

The Spaience Lab
The Spaience Lab is an Innovative and Creative Program that blends the elements of STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering , Arts , Math, and even Entrepreneurship into a fun, engaging and useful enrichment program. Based on the projects, it has a special appeal to girls and thereby fosters and develops girl’s interest in Science and other STEM/STEAM related areas.

Available workshops include : Lip Gloss Lab, Bubble Science, Making Scents Of Science , Bath Bomb Exploration and others . Contact us for troop / group reservations.
Host: The Spaience Lab
To register: Visit www.thespaiencelab.com, call 317.735.6675, or email info@thespaiencelab.com
 

Terre Haute Children's Museum
All
Join the Terre Haute Children's Museum in learning about Life Skills, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math while earning some badges along the way. Sign up online at https://thchildrensmuseum.com/
Location: 727 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute, IN 47807
Contact: Holly Hudson School-Aged Programs Manager 812.235.5548 ext. 24

TinkerFest
All
TechPoint Foundation for Youth, Indiana University School of Education, and the Indiana State Museum will host TinkerFest 2020, a hands-on, experiential learning opportunity designed to engage and inspire Indiana’s student designers, builders, coders, makers, and tinkerers in grades K-12. This program is included in general admission.
March 28, 2020
Time: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Location: 650 W Washington St, Indianapolis
Host: Indiana State Museum
 

Wacky Weather
Daisy, Brownie, Junior
What causes the weather we experience? Why is it hot in the summer and cold in the winter here? We'll learn about seasons and how they make an impact on plants and animals in our area.
Host: Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation
Contact: Erica Foreman
317.843.3861

 

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We hope you enjoy these programs and take time to explore a full range of experiences. For additional Girl Scout program activities visit our complete program listing.