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Archive for the ‘Girl Scouts’ Category

Celebrate Juliette’s Low’s 153rd Birthday @ the Juliette Low Birthplace, Savannah

Monday, September 30th, 2013

Celebrate Juliette Low's Birthday in SavannahCelebrate Juliette Low’s 153rd Birthday!
10 AM-4 PM Oct. 28-Nov. 3 2013
Juliette Low wrote, “I was born on the night when witches, imps and fairies roamed the earth!”
Tour her childhood home – laugh at her funny antics – be inspired by her courage and impressed by her artistic talent, indomitable spirit and great work, the Girl Scouts.
Visitors in costume (no face masks please!) will receive a $1 ticket discount.

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace 10 East Oglethorpe Avenue (Corner of Bull and Oglethorpe) Savannah, GA 31401

Details here.

FOR MORE SAVANNAH KIDS’ HALLOWEEN EVENTS, CLICK HERE.

FREE STEM Fest in Savannah for girls interested in joining Girl Scouts & for current Girl Scouts

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Girl Scouts in SavannahIf girls are interested in joining Girl Scouts, there will be a fun event this Sat. May 4th, 10 AM-noon in Hull Park (55th & Atlantic).

Girls interested in Girl Scouts as well as girls who are already scouts can come out & do a whole bunch of fun science activities. Make your own lava lamp! Make a rock you can eat! Learn about what makes a parachute work! Make an art robot bug! Fun fun fun!

And FREE.

Moms can come learn how to find a troop for your daughter, and of course, if you are interested in learning how to lead a troop or co lead, come on out and learn how.

Special summer troops forming now!

10 am to noon Saturday May 4th.

Girls Scouts is open to all girls in Kindergarten and up!

Earn art-related Girl Scout badges @ Scribble Art Studios, Pooler & Savannah

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Attention Brownie & Girl Scout troop leaders!

Your troops can earn their art-related badges at Scribble Art Studios in Savannah & Pooler.

A variety of artists are available for instruction, demos and discussion. Girls can create their own works of art while learning from artists who are active in the community! For more information, contact 912-323-0123 or email ScribbleArtStudio@hotmail.com

Scribble Art Studio in Savannah & Pooler also offers private & group art classes, birthday parties, adult art parties. For gifts, Scribble as art kits & gift certificates . For more information, contact artist Carrie Christian at 912-323-0123 or email ScribbleArtStudio@hotmail.com . Click here for more info. Scribble Art Studio is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser.

Sign up your daughter for Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia; adult volunteers needed

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

Is it time for your daughter to start Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia?

For more information, contact Susan Bass, sbass@gshg.org or call 912.657.6201. Click here for more info.

age levels are as follows:
Daisies K-1
Brownies 2-3
Juniors 4-5
Cadettes 6,7-8
Seniors 9-10
Ambassadors 11-12

Membership is $12. Financial aid available. Adult volunteers are always needed; girls are waiting to become Girl Scouts but there are not enough adult volunteers.

Benefits of Girl Scouts include: bonding; better school performance; community involvement; new friendships.

Little Red Riding Hood & more Puppet People August shows, Savannah

Saturday, August 4th, 2012

August is the Last Month of Puppet People Friday Summer Shows!
This is the last month to come out to the puppet studio with the family and see Puppet People’s “Friday Summer Shows” every Friday at 11:00 AM.

Two Special Puppet Shows Added to Summer Line-up!

DISCOUNTS:
*** Mention this code: “SM006″ and get $1.00 OFF each ticket for the “Summer Friday Shows”***
*** Mention this code: “SM006″ and get 10% OFF tickets for “J-Low & Friends”***

“Friends” August 10th

“Friends” is  a shadow puppet show based on an African Folk Tale, featuring the unlikely friendship that forms between Frog Child and Snake Child as they get to know each other and celebrate the things that make them different from one another. With all original music and voices by local talent.

The showings of “Friends” will be on the 10th of August at 11:00 AM and will include show and shadow puppet making demo on an actual light stage!

“Little Red Riding Hood” August 31st

 

Puppet People will be premiering their newest puppet show “Little Red Riding Hood” on August 31 at 11:00 AM. Be one of the first to see and be apart of Puppet People’s retelling of the classic story!

Friday, August 31st

11:00 AM

The Puppet Place

3119 Furber Ave.

Savannah, GA 31404

“J-Low & Friends”August 18th Public Show
Come out to the Puppet People Studio on August 18 at 11:00 AM to see this month’s showing of “J-Low & Friends!” The worlds only puppet show portraying the life and times of Girl Scout Founder – Juliette Gordon Low!Price of admission includes the 50 min multi-media puppet show, as well as an interactive studio tour of our puppet building workshop and a FREE “J-Low & Friends” Badge!

Angela Beasley’s Puppet People “The Puppet Place” in Thunderbolt, 3119 Furber Avenue, Savannah, GA 31405, 912-355-3366, http://puppetpeople.com. The Puppet Place is also an ideal spot to host children’s birthday parties! Puppet People is a SouthernMamas.com advertiser.

“Daisies for Daisy” Savannah campaign to celebrate 100th Anniversary of Girls Scouts

Sunday, February 5th, 2012

To applaud Savannah native Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low & celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouts this year, Savannah businesses and residents are encouraged to add daisies to landscapes and bouquets. Low went by the nickname “Daisy” even as an adult.

To learn more about daisies, which bloom in late spring and early summer, including where to purchase them locally, follow along in Twitter @DaisiesforDaisy or contact Sandy Traub or 912/398-9828 or email straub@spatior.com

Register by Jan. 30 for Girl Scouts “Bridging” across the Talmadge Bridge or in Forsyth Park

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

Did you know the Girl Scouts celebrate their 100th Anniversary in 2012?

Local celebratory events include a traditional bridging event over the Talmadge Bridge followed by a party in Forsyth Park. An additional ceremony will take place simultaneously at Forsyth Park for younger Girl Scouts and anyone that may not want to cross the Talmadge Bridge.

Registration closes when the event fills to capacity limit or on January 30, 2012, whichever occurs first. For more registration info, click here.

Bridging to the Next Century
7-11 AM Sat. March 10
Thousands of Girl Scouts will cross over the Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge to symbolically “bridge” to the second century of the Girl Scout organization. Girls must be at least 10 years old or older to cross. Transportation will be provided to a party in Forsyth Park after the bridge walk. Registration ended in January.
Bridging at the Park 10 AM- Noon Sat. March 10, 2012: An additional ceremony will take place simultaneously at Forsyth Park for younger Girl Scouts and anyone that may not want to cross the Talmadge Bridge.

Party in Forsyth Park
11 AM-3 PM Sat. March 10
A post-bridging gathering in Forsyth Park that includes a “Sing Along”, led by Girl Scout Songstress, Melinda Caroll and activities for all ages. Participants will receive a special commemorative patch.

For more information about the Girl Scout’s 100th Anniversary local events, click here.