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2019-20 registration is ongoing!  Register any time.  Drop in to a weekly meeting, register on line at www.myscouts.ca or email 67thWpg@gmail.com for more info.

Meetings held Tuesdays / St George's Church / 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

St George's church as seen from Grosvenor Avenue fall 2015 Winnipeg MB

What's Going on With the Cub Scout Pack?  Keep up to date with this on-line calendar imported from ScoutsTracker:


Regular Tuesday meeting time is 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., September to June, typically at St. George's Anglican Church (Crescentwood) - enter through west door.


Register any time.   Drop in to a weekly meeting, register on line at www.myscouts.ca or email 67thWpg@gmail.com for more info.


What's up with Cub Scouts ...

In addition to section-specific meetings and outings (see calendar above), we offer many activities spanning various age-ranges, some involving the whole family.  Mark your calendars for the following.



Tuesday, February 25, 2020:  Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

5:00 pm – 8:30pm at St. Aidan's Anglican Church, 274 Campbell Street, Winnipeg, MB
Pre-Lenten Pancake Supper for all St. Aidan's congregation, all Scouting sections and families, and the public.

A Scouting fundraiser and Shrove Tuesday pancake dinner all in one – at St. Aidan’s (corner of Kingsway & Campbell). Scouting youth (Cub Scouts and older) will help cook and serve and provide some entertainment at the Pancake Supper. Scouting youth can attend for free, if serving and in full uniform, but donations will be gratefully accepted. Helpers can arrive as early as 5:00 p.m. if they would like to eat before the supper starts. Supper to start approximately 5:30 p.m. and tickets for family members are max $8 per person. We will take the youth bowling  (Uptown Alley, 1301 St. Matthews Ave) and expect pickup to be at the bowling alley at 8:30 p.m.  Contact your section leader or email 67thwpg@gmail.com for tickets!

CTV reporter broadcasting from 2013 pancake supper



Saturday, March 7 and Sunday, March 8, 2020:  49th Klondike Derby for Scouts and Cub Scouts

Camp Amisk, Winnipeg, MB

Events for both days are held on the trails of Camp Amisk, just south of Winnipeg.  Scouts run the Derby on the Saturday and Cub Scouts run on Sunday.  Derby start times for our 67th Winnipeg teams are normally known a few days in advance.  Venturer Scouts and Rover Scouts will have opportunities for Offer of Service.




Saturday, March 14, 2020:   Team Trivia Fundraiser (teams of up to ten) - Ticket deadline March 7

Glenwood Community Centre.  Doors open 6:30; event starts at 7:00.

Both a fun night and a fundraiser.  Come out and test your trivial knowledge.  This event is for those aged 16 and over, and includes a dessert auction, silent auction and 50/50 draw.  Teams of up to 10 people.  Tickets $15 per player – Contact your Section Scouter for tickets.  Click here for more info.



Thursday, March 19, 2020:  Group Committee meeting

7pm – 9pm @ 274 Campbell Street, Winnipeg, MB, Canada (St. Aidan's southeast door)

All leaders and Scouting parents are requested to attend. This is where decisions are made that affect your Scout group!  Every family and registered member has an opportunity to provide direction on group management and administration.  All Scouters and parents are requested to attend.

Meeting participants are gathered around a table, each putting ideas out there



Monday, April 6, 2020: All-Sections Advancement Ceremony

6:15 pm – 7:15 pm at St. Aidan's Anglican Church, 274 Campbell Street, Winnipeg, MB

Senior Beaver Scouts move up to Cub Scouts.  Senior Cub Scouts move up to Scouts.  Senior Scouts move up to Venturer Scouts.  Senior Venturer Scouts move up to Rover Scouts.

Swim-Jump-Move Up Night - featuring ceremony, treats, and games 6:15 p.m. start. White-tail Beaver Scouts “swim up” to Cub Scouts; third-year Cub Scouts “jump up” to Scouts.

Please have full uniforms on. All Scouting members and parents please attend, if possible.

Juice/drinks will be provided. **Treats and snacks are requested from the families** Let us know if you can bring something. NOTE that this event will be held at St. Aidan’s (during the Beaver Scout meeting).

Cub Scouts and Beaver Scouts in church basement



Saturday, April 18, 2020:  All-Sections Canvassing for Scoutrees

10:00 am to 2:00 pm (gather at St. Aidan's Anglican Church, 274 Campbell Street, Winnipeg, MB).

We gather all ages from our Group to canvass the River Heights neighbourhood for donations in support of our Scoutrees planting activities.  Please meet for 10:00 a.m. We will canvass 10:00 - noon, stop for a pizza lunch and then head out for a little while after lunch.  Parents please pick up at 2:00 p.m.  Can only come for part of the time?  No problem.  Arrangements can be made for early pickup or late arrival.  Pizza lunch will be provided.  Please wear full uniform and weather-appropriate clothing.  Parents are welcome to join in.

Scoutrees logo bilingual



Saturday, May 2, 2020:  All-Sections Scoutrees Planting Day

Annual Scouts Manitoba tree planting.. Each year, Scouts of all ages gather at a designated reforestation site. About 15,000 trees are planted each year.  Planting location to be determined.  Drive yourself there, or meet at St. Aidan's at 8 a.m. for carpools.  After planting, we may arrange lunch at picnic site, before returning to St. Aidan's by 3:30 p.m.  Either way, please register at 67thWpg@gmail.com by Wednesday, May 1.

Each participant should pack a water bottle and dress for the weather, with proper footwear and gloves. Also, please bring a spade and ice-cream pail or cloth bag to carry seedlings. Uniform is not required, but neckers should be worn.

Photo of tree-planting site taken May 2015



Thursday, May 21, 2020:  Group Committee meeting

7pm – 9pm @ 274 Campbell Street, Winnipeg, MB, Canada (St. Aidan's southeast door)

All leaders and Scouting parents are requested to attend. This is where decisions are made that affect your Scout group!  Every family and registered member has an opportunity to provide direction on group management and administration.  All Scouters and parents are requested to attend.

Meeting participants are gathered around a table, each putting ideas out there





What is Cub Scouts ...

Challenging hikes, weekend camps (& campfires), and an introduction to water activities like canoeing are just a few of the fun outdoor adventures that Cub Scouts enjoy.  With the motto of "Do Your Best" front and centre, Cub Scouts (sometimes called "Wolf Cubs," or just "Cubs") are encouraged to try new and more challenging activities.

Three people paddling canoe

Learning first aid skills, paddling a canoe for the first time, or leading a game at camp can open the door for Cubs to try other adventures they never thought possible.  Cubs also experience an exciting variety of other activities:  games and sports, model-building, music, story-telling and play-acting.  And like the younger Beaver Scouts and older Scouts, Cub Scouts enjoy their adventures with their friends.

Guitar player at campfire

Other Cub activities include crafts, skits (short plays that your Cub Pack can create on your own), and of course, the Kub Kar Rally - an annual car-craft build and race. You also get to learn a lot about the outdoors, life skills and about Canada and the World. You get to explore different cultures, religion and also work with your community - which is also a lot of fun!

Parka-clad youth running on snow

 Cubs (based loosely on the story The Jungle Book) is the second level of the Scouting Program and is for boys and girls aged 8-10.  A Cub Scout is a  member of the Cub section of the worldwide Scouting movement for young persons.


Cub Scouts watching leader

As a Cub Scout, everyone works together in a team. The emphasis of Cub Scouting is to have fun and learn at the same time. A Cub Scout gets satisfaction from meeting challenges, having friends, feeling good about herself or himself, and also earning badges. Cub Scouts learn new things, discover and master new skills, gain self-confidence, and develop strong friendships.

Cub Scouts sit on floor with view of large poster


What does it Cost ...

The program year begins in September, but youth registration and adult leader volunteers accepted any time of the year.

See 67th Winnipeg Scout Group home page for information on fees.

  • Weekly dues, uniform and map are extra (read about uniforms here)
  • Some fees are also applied to camps and other special outings
 Information subject to change.

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