Girl Scouts

For Girl Scouts, we currently offer Journey programs for Daisies, Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes.  We also offer:

  • Pre-scheduled tours. The cost for general admission is $7 per scout. If a program/activity is scheduled, the cost is a minimum of $8 per scout depending on the program/activity.
  • Troop meetings plus tour. Troop meetings can be held in our classroom, which holds approximately 32 people. Afterwards,  the scouts can tour the exhibits. Cost is $7 per person.
  • Journey programs.Journey programs are held throughout the year. See below for upcoming programs.
  • Special Events.Each spring, we hold Punxsutawney Phil’s Weather Extravaganza, a 4-hour event for Girl Scouts. Also, if posted by Girl Scouts of Western PA, we offer Girl Scout Get Outdoors Winter Challenge Day and Get Outdoors Summer Challenge Day. See information below about both of these events.

Girl Scout Journey Programs & Special Events 

At this time, all scout programs are limited to 16 participants and will require a minimum of six registrants to hold the program. Please e-mail or call ahead to register and reserve a spot. If needed, we will utilize a wait list for any spaces that may become available.  As well, if we receive enrollments that exceed our limit of 16, we will consider scheduling an additional session in which we will first inform and invite those who were waitlisted. If you register for a program and realize you cannot attend, please let us know so another scout may have the opportunity to participate.

Scout health and safety is of great importance, therefore we recommend the use of face coverings. Other precautions include spacing attendees apart, regularly disinfecting equipment and materials and having hand sanitizer/soap and water readily available.  Click here to view more details regarding our policies and procedures for visiting the center. Thank you. 

 

Daisy Flower Garden Journey Day
Saturday, April 10, 9 a.m. – noon
Cost: $20 per Scout 
  

**Due to low enrollment, this Journey will be rescheduled in the fall. Please contact us at info@weatherdiscovery.org if you’d like to be notified directly about the reschedule date.

Daisies can complete all three parts of the Daisy Flower Garden Journey and learn about the world of gardening by completing this program. Program includes a snack and free time on the exhibits. Cost is $20 per person. Pre-register by Monday, March 29 to 814-938-1000 or info@weatherdiscovery.org. 

Juniors Get Moving Journey Day
Saturday, April 24, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Pack a lunch.
Cost: $25 per Scout

**This program will be rescheduled at a later day because of conflicts. Please contact us at info@weatherdiscovery.org if you’d like to be notified of the reschedule date.

Juniors will earn all three of the Get Moving Journey Awards: Energize, Investigate, and Innovate. Instruction is through activities, experiments, technology and traditional book and paper. Pack a lunch. A snack and free time on the exhibits are included with this program. Cost is $25 per person. Pre-register by Monday, April 19 to 814-938-1000 or info@weatherdiscovery.org.

Girl Scout Space Science Day for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors
Saturday, May 8
Daisies 10 a.m. – noon
Brownies & Juniors 1-3 p.m.
Cost – $15 per session

The Space Science Badge can be earned by Daisies, Brownies and Juniors by attending this program. Learning will be by activities and experiments, technology and traditional book and paper. Daisies will attend from 10-noon, Brownies and Juniors will attend from 1-3 p.m. A snack and free time on the exhibits are included in all sessions. Pre-register by Monday, May 3 to 814-938-1000 or info@weatherdiscovery.org. 

Girl Scout Cadette Space Science Researcher Day 
Saturday, June 12, 9 a.m. – Noon
Cost – $20

Cadettes can earn the space Science Researcher Day by participating in the fun program. Instruction is through hands-on activities and experiments, technology and traditional book and paper. A snack and free time on the exhibits are included. Pre-register by Monday, June 7 to 814-938-1000 or info@weatherdiscovery.org.

 

 

 

 

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