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(D – Daisy, B – Brownie, J – Junior, T – Teens, A – Adult)
Note – Zip Line is not available at this time – it is off line.
ABCs of the Bronze Award – Learn the ABCs and 123s involved in having your girls earn the Bronze
Award, from the beginning of the process to the awarding of the award. Bring something to write on,
something to write with, and a positive attitude towards learning.
Saturday Pavilion A 3:15-4:15 J-A
Archery For Certification – Learn how to set up and operate a safe short program, maintain equipment, and
create fun games for new archers. No previous experience is required. Successful completion of the course
will result in a GSCB Archery Certification card. There is a cost of $30.00 for the certification.
Sunday Pavilion B 9:00 – 12:00 J-T-A
Archery For Fun – Enjoy the companionship of other Girl Scout leaders as you hone and practice your
archery skills. Learn from each other and challenge yourself!
Saturday Pavilion B 5:30-5:30 A
Arm Knitting – Learn how to knit a really cool scarf using your arms. Bring 2 coarse, heavy weight yarn
Saturday PC Fire Circle 10:15-11:15 B-J-T-A
A Rose For My Lady – Make an enchanting rose (or other flower) LED tea-light. Beautiful as a nightlight or
table decoration for evening events, ceremonies, etc. Bring a low temp glue gun with extra glue sticks,
scissors, and needle nose pliers.
Saturday Pavilion A 9:00-10:00 J-T-A
Basic Backpacking – Learn the dos and don’ts of backpacking. Find out how to fit yourself for an
appropriate backpack, what to take on a typical trip, how to pack in and pack out. Learn about
a variety of areas to take your troop on that first backpacking adventure.
Saturday Tall Timbers 10:15-11:15 J-T-A
Saturday Tall Timbers 11:30-12:30 J-T-A
Between Earth And Sky GSCB Daisy/Brownie Journey Kit – Receive training in the new GSCB Journey kit which
will be available to rent for use with your troop. Training includes hands-on STEM activities which support the
Saturday PC3 3:15-4:15 D-B
Boating on the Lake – Have fun on the lake either kayaking, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding, or paddle
board jousting. This is not an instructional course, so experience is necessary. However, an instructor will
be present and must supervise launching and landing of the water craft and supervise the taking out and
putting away of equipment. Therefore, there are two launch times – 10:00-11:00 and 11:00–12:00.
Participants are welcome to stay for both hours. Bring water shoes (no flip-=slops or crocks but can be old
sneakers), towel, sunscreen, hat, and water bottle. Please write in preference for the above activities.
Sunday Boathouse 9:00-12:00 A
Camping Girl Scout Song Fun – Come have fun learning camp and Girl Scout songs to teach your girls so
your campfires are not silent. Bring your voice.
Saturday Shady Cove 12:45-1:45 D-B-J-T-A
Candle Stamping – Learn how to make interesting art on a candle. It’s easy and simple. All supplies are
provided. Nothing to bring.
Saturday PC3 9:00-10:00 T-A
Candle Transfer – Bring your creative ideas and put them on a candle! Share your ideas with others.
Bring a plain white candle if any size.
Saturday PC1 4:30-5:30 D-B-J-T
Catapults – Learn how to make a simple catapult that launches cotton balls. Set up tournament with
your scouts and have a blast!
Saturday Canvasback 11:30-12:30 D-B-J-T-A
Catholic Girl Scout Awards – Come learn about the Catholic awards available to girls of all ages
within the Girl Scout Program. Find out what they are, how to apply, how to guide the girls through
them, and where to get more information.
Saturday Canvasback 12:45-1:45 B-J-T-A
Celtic Knots – Come learn to tie intricate, yet easy, knots that are decorative and multifunctional. Bring
nimble fingers as you learn the history and meaning of these beautiful knots.
Saturday Pavilion A 10:15-11:15 J-T-A
Saturday Pavilion A 11:30-12:30 J-T-A
Crowns, Circlets, and Clasps – Test your skill at using wire, beads, and baubles to create
Renaissance style jewelry. Bring your own beads and jewelry tools if you own them.
Saturday Lakeview 2:00-3:00 J-T-A
Sunday PC3 10:15-11:15 J-T-A
Crystal Ball Snow Globes – Create a lovely snow globe for any occasion. Decoration inside can be for
any holiday or event. Glue gun is used. Bring a small jar with lid and small decoration of your choice.
Saturday Choptank 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T
Saturday Choptank 2:00-3:00 D-B-J-T
Dark Arts Watercolors – Create watercolor pictures with natural dyes – easy – fun to do – you will be
surprised. Bring watercolor paint brushes.
Saturday Pavilion A 12:45-1:45 D-B-J-T-A
Sunday PC1 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T-A
Dinner With the “Maidens of Yore” – Let’s Roast that’s Dragon! – Come join your fellow maidens for
a feast fit for a Queen (or a King) that will everyone will help to prepare. Bring a hearty appetitie and
a mess kit)
Saturday Canvasback 3:15-7:00 D-B-J-T-A
Easy Soap Making – Fun and easy project for you to learn to teach your girls. Make different shaped
soaps – great for Christmas or Mother’s Day raft because they can give the soap as gifts. Bring a
plastic bag to take your soaps home in.
Saturday Lakeview 9:00-10:00 D-B-J
Saturday Lakeview 12:45-1:45 D-B-J
Encampment Roundtable – Come learn some of the ins and outs of planning and executing an Encampment.
Share the good and not-so-good tricks with participants. Get ideas about themes and resources.
Saturday Shady Cove 10:15-11:15 D-B-J-T-A
Sunday Tall Timbers 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T-A
Feast Of The Beast – Come ye hungry people. Enjoy good food and drinks! No negatives or face the
rack. Full bellies all around. You need to bring a mess kit, potholders, and a hot/cold cup.
Saturday Tall Timbers 3:15-7:00 A
First Aid Certification – Here is your opportunity to earn and/or renew your First Aid/CPR/IED certification.
Get the basics that are required to be a Girl Scout Leader. There is an additional cost of $40.00.
Sunday Choptank 9:00 – 12:00 A
Flower Fairies – Learn to make Fairies from faux flowers and pipe cleaners. It’s easy and fun to do.
Bring scissors, needle and thread, pipe cleaners, faux flowers, and fine sharpies (black).
Sunday PC2 9:00-10:00 D-B-J
F.O.B. – Come join us in learning how to keep your sanity at camp with the girls. You need to be an
overnight camper to participate and know how to put your feet on the bed ! ! !
Saturday PC Fire Circle 3:15-4:15 A
Geocaching – Come learn the skill of geocaching and find your way through the course at Camp Todd.
Lots of fun and easy to learn. Participants should download the “Geocaching Intro” app by
Groundspeak, Inc., if they have a smart phone.
Saturday Pavilion B 2:00-3:00 B-J-T-A
Get Moving GSCB Junior Journey Kit – Receive training in the new GDCB Journey kit which will be
available to rent for use with your troop. Training includes hands on STEM activities which support
Saturday PC3 12:45-3:00 J
Glass Etching – Come learn how to make permanent design on glasses or glass items. Makes great gifts.
Saturday Tall Timbers 9:00-10:00 A
Girl Scout Religious Awards – Come learn about the Religious awards available to girls of all ages
within the Girl Scout Program. Find out what they are, how to apply, how to guide the girls through
them, and where to get more information.
Saturday Canvasback 2:00-3:00 B-J-T-A
Hair Bows – Learn how to make simple hair-bows. Girls will not only love making them, but they will love
Saturday PC2 11:30-12:30 D-B-J-T
Sunday PC1 10:15-11:15 D-B-J-T
Hiking 101 – Come learn all about hiking – how to organize one, safely execute one, safety procedures, how to
handle getting lost. So all of this while taking a hike and learning about some of the flora and fauna in the
Saturday Adventure Trail 10:15-11:15 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday Adventure Trail 2:00-3:00 D-B-J-T-A
Hobo Bags with A Dash Of Girl Scout Tales! – There are over 100 things that a bandana can be used for.
Come learn about one of those uses by creating a Hobo Bag from a bandana and listening to a myriad of
Girl Scout stories and lore!
Saturday Tall Timbers 12:45-1:45 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday Tall Timbers 2:00-3:00 D-B-J-T-A
How To Plan A Flag Retirement Ceremony – What happens when the American Flag becomes worn or torn?
Learn how to plan a Flag Retirement Ceremony for your girls. The participants in this class will help in leading
the Flag Retirement Ceremony on Sunday morning at 8:30 A.M.
Saturday Shady Cove 4:30-5:30 A
(do it Sunday)
I’ll Have A Green Christmas – Learn how to sew simple gift bags for Christmas that are reusable every
year. Never buy wrapping paper again! Save trees! Save postage on shipping gifts without boxes. Use
resources wisely. Bring something about the size and shape of a typical gift in their household sweater,
shirt, or jewelry box,
Saturday PC2 10:15-11:15 D
Interfaith Service – Join us at the Beach Sunday morning for a brief interfaith service. In case of
rain we will meet in the troop house of Tall Timbers.
Sunday Boathouse 8:00-8:30 A
Rain Site Tall Timbers
Junior Round Table – Need to know about the Junior Program? Need to vent or complain? Come one,
come all and let your voice be heard. Talk with other leaders and find out how we can provide a good,
fun, quality program for our Junior Girl Scouts. Bring something to write on, something to write with,
and a positive attitude towards exchanging information and fellowship with other adult leaders.
Saturday Pavilion A 4:30-5:30 J-A
Lavender Nosegay – create this cute lavender nosegay to keep you or your belongings smelling good! Bring
¼” ribbon spool.
Saturday Shady Cove 11:30-12:30 J-T-A
Leading The Girls To The Highest Awards - Join us to learn about the Silver and Gold awards for girls. This is
an adult version of the training that the girls receive for the highest awards. Project ideas, service projects vs.
take action projects, and can and can’t dos will be covered.
Saturday PC1 9:30-11:15 T-A
Legos – Do you listen? Do you take direction? This is a team building activity that you can take back to ]
your Service Team, your troop, or even your work team.
Saturday PC2 3:15-4:15 10 minimum B-J-T-A
Letterboxing – Come learn the fine art of Letterboxing and discover the new course at Camp Todd
created by a Chesapeake Bay Girl Scout Troop. Participants need to bring a compass, small notebook,
pen, and a small ink pad.
Saturday Pavilion B 10:15-11:15 B-J-T-A
Line Dancing – Wander over and have a blast learning various types of line dancing or just have fun
dancing the hour away with new and old friends. So much fun !
Saturday Pavilion A 2:00-3:00 D-B-J-T-A
Loom Knitting – Learn how to knit with round looms – simple, easy to carry with you and do in your spare
time, and easy to teach the skill to our scouts. Bring yarn and a round loom if you have one (limited n
number of looms available). We will be making premie hat as a Fall School Service Project.
Saturday PC Fire Circle 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday PC Fire Circle 11:30-12:30 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday PC Fire Circle 2:00-3:00 D-B-J-T-A
Sunday PC2 10:15-11:15 D-B-J-T-A
Love Food? Love Honey? – Come learn about the benefits and uses of honey. Learn about crafts as well as
how to incorporate honey into foods. There will be plenty to eat.
Saturday Choptank 12:45-1:45 C-B-J-T-A
Maryland Critters – Puzzled about some of the “critters” we come across camping at our Maryland camps?
Learn what they are and how to identify them in this fun class.
Saturday Shady Cove 2:00-3:00 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday Shady Cove 3:15-4:15 D-B-J-T-A
Medieval Belts – Learn how to make very cool belts that can be used for any occasion. No fuss, no muss –
easy to teach – and cheap to make. Bring scissors.
Saturday Shady Cove 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T
Mini-Torches – In medieval times or an unplugged night with your girls, how are you going to see? Candles!
Come learn an easy way to make them! Bring 1 lb. of paraffin wax.
Saturday Choptank 11:30-12:30 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday Choptank 3:15-4:15 D-B-J-T-A
More Fun With Decoupaging – Learn about and create fun projects you do at home or with your troop.
Bring scissors, fabric scraps small pictures (1X1), tissue paper scraps.
Saturday PC1 2:00-3:00 B-J-T-A
Paper Embossing – Come and have a great time learning 2 different types of embossing on paper for
cards or for scrapbooking.
Saturday PC2 12:45-1:45 J-T-A
Paper Flowers – Make 3 different kinds of paper flowers that can be used by themselves, together, or
in other crafts. Have fun and relax ! Bring scissors, paper (scrapbook, old magazines).
Saturday PC2 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T-A
Pennant and Proclamations – Use the symbols of heraldry and illuminated script on hand-aged paper to
create a crest or other decoration. Bring your own genealogical info for a more authentic shield.
Saturday Lakeview 10:15-11:15 T-A
Saturday Lakeview 11:30-12:30 T-A
Service Project – Here is your chance to do something for Camp Todd. As Girl Scouts we always
leave a place better than we find it. As campers, we always do a camp service project for the camp.
Sign up to do some necessary work for the camp as directed by Ranger Bob.
Sunday PC Fire Circle 9:00-10:00 A
Sunday PC Fire Circle 10:15-11:15 A
Soap Making – Bathing in medieval times had no dove bars. How did they survive? Come join us and learn
how to make your own personalized soap. Bring 1 lb. of glycerin soap.
Saturday Choptank 10:15-11:15 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday Choptank 4:30-5:30 c-B-J-T-A
Spa Day Fun – You will learn about relaxing techniques for girls, make home made recipes for facials
to lip balms. There will be crafts and games. You will need to bring crystal light pack or koolaide,
empty jar with lid, marker and travel size or regular size listorine.
Saturday Lakeview 3:15-4:15 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday Lakeview 4:30-5:30 D-B-J-T-A
Stamping Fun – Come make stamped home décor. We will make candles and coasters, and one other
surprise craft. Bring a heat gun if you have one.
Saturday PC3 10:15-12:30 D-B-J-T-A
Survival 101 - Love the Survival Series? This class will give you ideas and the tools to teach girls of
all ages and grades simple survival tricks.
Saturday Canvasback 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T-A
Saturday Canvasback 10:15-11:15 D-B-J-T-A
Tie Dying – Tie Dying on your own time. This will be available in the picnic area in front of the
Program Center all day. If you have some time, come create a medieval shirt as a memory of this
fabulous event. Bring a shirt or any other item (bandana, hat, whatever) to work your creative
wonders. Not necessary to register for this.
Saturday PC Fire Circle area all day A
Tile Charges – Learn how to create beautiful tile charges. Change your décor by learning this craft. Easy
Saturday PC2 2:00-3:00 B-J-T-A
Saturday PC2 4:30-5:30 B-J-T-A
Tulle Tutus – Come learn now to make tulle tutus out of tulle and headbands. Whether it’s for play, for a
costume party, or for a dance, this is super easy and fun. Bring 4 rolls of tulle, any color, a wide
crocheted headband, and scissors.
Sunday PC3 9:00-10:00 D-B-J-T
Twilight Camp – No Vampires Involved – Twilight camp is an evening camp (at twilight) for Girl Scouts.
Service Unit 1 runs the camp for one week each summer, 2+ hours per evening. The adults and older
girls run the camp for the younger girls, Learn how to set up a Twilight Camp for your Service Unit. This
is a great way for Cadettes to earn their Cadette aide Award. Bring pen and paper.
Saturday PC1 3:15-4:15 D-B-J-T-A
What’s A Compass – Learn what a compass is ad how to use it for find directions. Bring something to
write on, something to write with, and a positive attitude towards learning.
Saturday Pavilion B 11:30-12:30 D-B-J-T-A
Wonders of Water GSCB Brownie Journey Kit – Receive training in the new GSCB Journey kit which
will be available to rent for use with your troop. Training includes hands on STEM activities which support the
Saturday PC3 4:30-5:30 B
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