Category Archives: Events

Junior Horseback Riding Badge at Camp Olympia, Nov 23

Juniors will be visiting Camp Olympia to earn their Horseback Riding badge inshaAllah. Girls will learn how to groom a horse, how to saddle and bridle, how to lead a horse, how to sit correctly, general care of the horse, and take a short ride around the ring.

Girls should wear their Junior vest and weather-appropriate clothing. Long pants and smooth, (rubber or leather) hard-soled shoes with a small heel or riding boots are required in order to ride. Tennis shoes or hiking boots are not allowed for riding. A riding helmet with a chin strap will be provided for horseback riding.

In addition to the permission form, each girl must have a completed Camp Olympia Riding Release Agreement. Permission forms, Camp Olympia release forms and payments are due at the November 15 troop meeting.

QUICK RECAP
What: Horseback Riding Badge at Camp Olympia
Who: Juniors
When: Saturday, November 23, 2019, 12:45 – 2:30PM
Where: Camp Olympia
5511 Muncaster Mill Road Rockville, MD 20855
Cost: $25/girl
FormsParental Permission Girl Scout Year Form 2019-2020 AND Camp Olympia Riding Release Agreement

Tagged , , , ,

On Your Own: Tea As Medicine, Nov 2

The Novice Tea Club presents “TEA AS MEDICINE” with Dr. Saira Khan. Ambassadors and Seniors have the opportunity to enjoy an afternoon learning about how to use common herbs to treat simple ailments. Learn about herbal medicine versus traditional western medicine, and what science has to say about the use of herbs in place of prescription medication. https://noviceteaclub.com/

Note: This is an on-your-own event. RSVP at https://noviceteaclub.com/events#8dba9819-00d5-4ab2-b636-8326c7854c51

Tea As Medicine

QUICK RECAP
What: Tea As Medicine with Dr. Saira Khan (On Your Own)
Who: Seniors & Ambassadors
When: Saturday, November 2, 2019, 3 – 5PM
Where: 4907 Rugby Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814
Cost: $10/person

Tagged , , ,

Brownie Historical Interpretation at Riley’s Lockhouse, Nov 3

Brownies will be heading to Riley’s Lockhouse on Sunday, November 3, 12 noon to 4PM, to act as docents by telling the stories of the people who once lived and worked there. Girls will dress in authentic period clothing and share the history of the Riley home and demonstrate daily chores from 19th century Maryland, like washing clothes, making butter, singing, playing games, or making corn husk dolls.

Sis Whittni will help Brownies prepare to give the historical interpretation tour by teaching them all about Riley’s Lockhouse, its history and life during Victorian-era Maryland. Girls will also get measured for the period clothing they will wear. Participation is optional, but for girls who want to take part, let Sis Huda know immediately. By getting prepared at the troop meeting and then acting as docents at Riley’s Lockhouse, Brownies will have the opportunity to earn the My Great Day, Dancer, Hiker, Household Elf and Snacks badges.

Download, print, complete and then turn in permission forms to a Brownie troop leader at this Friday’s troop meeting inshaAllah. Girl health forms must be on file with a troop leader in order to attend.

QUICK RECAP
What: Riley’s Lockhouse Historical Interpretation
Who: Brownies
When: Sunday, November 3, 12 Noon – 4PM
Where: Riley’s Lockhouse, Poolesville, MD
Cost: None
Form: Riley’s Lockhouse Historical Interpretation Permission Form

Tagged , , ,