HAVE FUN! - Camp is a great way to explore

HAVE FUN! - Camp is a great way to explore

HAVE FUN! - Camp is a great way to explore

Camp is a great way to explore the outdoors, be a leader, gain skills and most of all - HAVE FUN! www.gscwm.org Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat.

HAVE FUN! - Camp is a great way to explore

2 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps Dear Girl Scout Family, We are so excited to enter another year of resident and day camp! Camping is a vital and defining part of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience; it teaches girls courage, confidence and character in an awe-inspiring location. At a time when youth are spending more time online, camp gives girls a rare and necessary opportunity to unplug from their busy school-year schedule, relax, explore the outdoors, and just be a kid.

We know you have a variety of summer camps and activities to choose from; that’s why we’ve made the Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts camps so special. With more than 90 years of experience, and an America Camp Association accreditation, our camps offer girls the opportunity to gain real-life skills like conflict resolution, teambuilding, and effective communication in a supervised, collaborative environment.

Our camps offer a classic summer camp experience with an emphasis on independence, living within a group with a safe place to play, learn, and grow in an environment where respect and responsibility are valued. Camp life is truly the best life and we look forward to welcoming girls to their second home this summer! Katie “KC” Chappell Program Manager

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3 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps ACA ACCREDITATION AND SAFETY/HEALTH REGULATIONS The American Camp Association is the world’s premier organization dedicated to promoting the safety and quality of camp programs.

As part of the accreditation process, many of GSCWM’s camps voluntarily participate in periodic visits by trained and certified camp visitors with the purpose of verifying our compliance with high standards in the areas of personnel, program administration, and site and facility safety. Camps Bonnie Brae, Green Eyrie and Lewis Perkins are officially accredited, however, all GSCWM camps maintain the same high levels of safety and quality in camp programming by following ACA guidelines. In addition to the safety guidelines outlined by the American Camp Association and Girl Scouts of the USA, all GSCWM camps comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and are licensed by local boards of health.

For more information about these state regulations, call 617-624-5757.

OPEN HOUSES: Have questions or want to explore camp before the summer starts? Join us at one (or more) of our open houses! You will have an opportunity to meet the camp director and staff who will answer any questions you have. Open houses take place rain or shine. Camp Bonnie Brae: Saturday, May 5 • 12-2pm or Thursday, June 28 • 4-5:30pm Camp Green Eyrie: Saturday, May 19 • 4-6pm or Friday, June 22 • 4:30-5:30pm Camp Laurel Wood: Sunday, May 6 • 2-4pm or Thursday, June 28 • 4-5:30pm Camp Lewis Perkins: Sunday, May 20 • 4-5:30pm or Thursday, June 28 • 4-5:30pm

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4 Eat.

Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps DAY CAMP: Typical Day: While we like to say that there’s no such thing as a “typical” day of camp, as girls work together with their counselors to take charge of their camp experience, a daily schedule might look something like this: 9:00am Arrival, Flag Ceremony, and Announcements 9:30am Activity 1—Letterboxing 10:30am Activity 2—Team Building Games 11:30am Activity 3—Swimming 12:30pm Lunch 1:00pm Activity 4—Archery 2:00pm Activity 5—Tie Dye 3:00pm Activity 6—Catapult Building and Target Practice 4:00pm All Camp Games 4:30pm Departure Extended Care Hours (Camp Green Eyrie Only): Need to arrive at camp a little early or pick up your camper a little later? No problem! Sign up for Before Care and/ or After Care.

Girls will enjoy extended camp fun with other girls attending. Before Care: Arrive any time starting at 7:30am. Cost is $50 per week After Care: Pick-up any time before 6:00pm. Cost is $50 per week DAY CAMP OVERNIGHT: Cost: $55 Get a taste of overnight camp with our optional Thursday overnight. A cookout dinner or breakfast is provided as well as an evening snack. Breakfast and a bagged lunch are provided on Friday for all girls staying overnight.

Check out Bus Stops for Day Camp Busing is available for $75 a week to day camp from many towns. Every stop is not offered every week or at every camp, so it is important to review the Bus Schedule for the full availability list. Activity 6—Catapult Building and Target Practice

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5 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 1-3 Camp Bonnie Brae Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Green Eyrie Session 1: 6/25/2018 through 6/29/2018, Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 If you love to create and design then this is the perfect week for you.

Play and construct your own life-size board games. Craft your own fashion accessories, tie-dye shirts, bandanas, or socks, and make swaps and show them off at the Innovators Fair. Bring your thinking-cap and produce new innovative ways to show off your creativity while completing some activities of the Robotics and Innovation badge.

IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 4-8 Camp Bonnie Brae Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Green Eyrie Session 1: 6/25/2018 through 6/29/2018, Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 If you love to create and design then this is the perfect week for you. Play and construct your own life-size board games. Design your own product to learn to market it at the end of the week innovators fair. Bring your thinking-cap and produce new innovative ways to show off your creativity while completing some activities of the Robotics and Innovation badge.

Check out the optional rafting or climbing trip for grades 6-8. *Camp Green Eyrie only PROGRAM AIDE IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 6-8 Camp Green Eyrie Session 1: 6/25/2018 through 6/29/2018, Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Sign up for this leadership opportunity and work toward earning your Program Aide award. You will learn how to work with children in and out of camp and get a chance to put those skills into action while working with younger campers. You will also have the chance to swim, cookout, do crafts, and more! Check out the optional rafting or climbing trip.

*Camp Green Eyrie only CAMP APPRENTICE IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 9-12 Camp Green Eyrie Session 1: 6/25/2018 through 6/29/2018, Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 7: 8/6/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $55 The Camp Apprentice program is for girls entering grades 9-12 who have previous experience working with children or have earned their Program Aide award prior to arriving at camp. Camp Apprentices make a valuable contribution to the camp community while building their own leadership skills. Girls in this program will spend the first half of the week learning the ins and outs of working with younger girls at camp.

The second half of the week is spent working directly with younger girls. If girls sign up for more than one session, they may have the opportunity to assist counselors starting on Monday, depending upon their skill level. Check out the optional rafting or climbing trip. *Camp Green Eyrie only OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 1-3 Camp Green Eyrie Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018, Session 8: 8/13/2018 through 8/17/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 2: 7/2/2018 7/6/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 2: 7/2/2018 7/6/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Girls rule the outdoors this week! Work with your group to plan the best week ever! Are you excited for swimming, art, games, and singing? How about taking a hike or learning some first aid? This is the week to complete some activities from the Outdoor Journey.

Adventure awaits!

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6 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 4-8 Camp Green Eyrie Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018, Session 8: 8/13/2018 through 8/17/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Girls rule the outdoors this week! Work with your group to plan the best week ever! Are you excited for swimming, art, archery, and theater? Are you interested in learning to build a fire, or lashing a shelter together? This is the week to complete some activities from the Outdoor Journey.

Adventure awaits!

PROGRAM AIDE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 6-8 Camp Green Eyrie Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018, Session 8: 8/13/2018 through 8/17/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Sign up for this leadership opportunity and work toward earning your Program Aide award. You will learn how to work with children in and out of camp and get a chance to put those skills into action while working with younger campers. You will also have the chance to swim, cookout, do crafts, and more! Check out the optional rafting or climbing trip.

*Camp Green Eyrie only CAMP APPRENTICE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 9-12 Camp Green Eyrie Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018, Session 8: 8/13/2018 through 8/17/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 2: 7/2/2018 through 7/6/2018 Cost: $55 The Camp Apprentice program is for girls entering grades 9-12 who have previous experience working with children or have earned their Program Aide award prior to arriving at camp. Camp Apprentices make a valuable contribution to the camp community while building their own leadership skills. Girls in this program will spend the first half of the week learning the ins and outs of working with younger girls at camp.

The second half of the week is spent working directly with younger girls. If girls sign up for more than one session, they may have the opportunity to assist counselors starting on Monday, depending upon their skill level. Check out the optional rafting or climbing trip. *Camp Green Eyrie only WILD AND WACKY SPORTS: Open to Grades: 1-3 Camp Green Eyrie Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Alaskan Baseball, Stuck in the Mud, Drapeau, Tiggy off Ground, Pilolo, and Blob Tag.

What in the world are these wacky games? Spend the week playing new and fun games from around the world, designing your own game, and having a field day with everyone at camp! These wild and wacky programs will help you to complete some activities from the Athlete and Creative Play Badges. Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Space Museum. *Camp Green Eyrie only WILD AND WACKY SPORTS: Open to Grades: 4-8 Camp Green Eyrie Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Sardines, Drapeau, Tiggy off Ground, Pilolo, Alaskan Baseball, and Ladders.

What in the world are these wacky games? Spend the week playing new and fun games from around the world, designing your own game, and challenge another older group to ultimate capture the flag. Also participate in a field day with everyone at camp! These wild and wacky programs will help you to complete some activities from the Athlete and Creative Play Badges. Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Space Museum. *Camp Green Eyrie only PROGRAM AIDE WILD AND WACKY SPORTS: Open to Grades: 6-8 Camp Green Eyrie Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Sign up for this leadership opportunity and work toward earning your Program Aide award.

You will learn how to work with children in and out of camp and get a chance to put those skills into action while working with younger campers. You will also have the chance to swim, cookout, do crafts, and more! Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Space Museum. *Camp Green Eyrie only

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7 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps CAMP APPRENTICE WILD AND WACKY SPORTS: Open to Grades: 9-12 Camp Green Eyrie Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 3: 7/9/2018 through 7/13/2018 Cost: $55 The Camp Apprentice program is for girls entering grades 9-12 who have previous experience working with children or have earned their Program Aide award prior to arriving at camp. Camp Apprentices make a valuable contribution to the camp community while building their own leadership skills. Girls in this program will spend the first half of the week learning the ins and outs of working with younger girls at camp.

The second half of the week is spent working directly with younger girls. If girls sign up for more than one session, they may have the opportunity to assist counselors starting on Monday, depending upon their skill level. Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Space Museum. *Camp Green Eyrie only ONCE UPON A SUMMER: Open to Grades: 1-3 Camp Green Eyrie Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 What would it be like to be the heroine of your own story? Complete some activities of the Outdoor Art and Storytelling Badges by creating a fairy village and finding fairies to start your story.

You’ll then make a wand, create potions and get the magic started. ONCE UPON A SUMMER: Open to Grades: 4-8 Camp Green Eyrie Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 What would it be like to be the heroine of your own story? Complete some activities of the Outdoor Art and Storytelling Badges by creating a catapult and building your castle! Go on a unicorn hunt and discover the creatures of the woods. You’ll then whittle a wand, create potions and get the magic started.

Check out the optional rafting trip. *Camp Green Eyrie only PROGRAM AIDE ONCE UPON A SUMMER: Open to Grades: 6-8 Camp Green Eyrie Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $215 through April 1, $265 April 2- June 1, $285 after June 2 Sign up for this leadership opportunity and work toward earning your Program Aide award. You will learn how to work with children in and out of camp and get a chance to put those skills into action while working with younger campers. You will also have the chance to swim, cookout, do crafts, and more! Check out the optional rafting trip.

*Camp Green Eyrie only CAMP APPRENTICE ONCE UPON A SUMMER: Open to Grades: 9-12 Camp Green Eyrie Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Camp Laurel Wood Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Camp Lewis Perkins Session 6: 7/30/2018 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $55 The Camp Apprentice program is for girls entering grades 9-12 who have previous experience working with children or have earned their Program Aide award prior to arriving at camp. Camp Apprentices make a valuable contribution to the camp community while building their own leadership skills. Girls in this program will spend the first half of the week learning the ins and outs of working with younger girls at camp.

The second half of the week is spent working directly with younger girls. If girls sign up for more than one session, they may have the opportunity to assist counselors starting on Monday, depending upon their skill level. Check out the optional rafting trip. *Camp Green Eyrie only

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8 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps CAMP GREEN EYRIE DAY CAMP ADD-ONS CAMP GREEN EYRIE CADETTE RAFTING TRIP: Open to Grades: 6-12 Session 1: 6/28/2018 through 6/29/2018 Session 6: 8/2/2018 through 8/3/2018 Session 8: 8/16/2018 through 8/17/2018 Cost: $130 Join us for a Cadette and older rafting trip down the Deerfield River on Thursday and then spend the night at camp. A cookout dinner or breakfast is provided as well as an evening snack. A bagged lunch is provided on Friday for all girls staying for the Rafting Trip.

CAMP GREEN EYRIE CADETTE CLIMBING TRIP: Open to Grades: 6-12 Session 2: 7/5/2018 through 7/6/2018 Session 7: 8/9/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $80 Join us for a Cadette and older climbing trip on Thursday and then spend the night at camp.

A cookout dinner or breakfast is provided as well as an evening snack. A bag lunch is provided on Friday. CAMP GREEN EYRIE MCAULIFFE-SHEPARD SPACE MUSEUM DAY TRIP: Open to Grades: 2-12 Session 3: 7/12/2018 through 7/12/2018 Cost: $45 Come join us for a day trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in New Hampshire. Delve into the worlds of astronomy, aviation, Earth and space sciences and become immersed in this entertaining learning environment. After exploring the space museum, enjoy a planetarium show.

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9 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps SAIL AWAY: Open to Grades: 6-8 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Come this week to learn the ins and outs of sailing. You will spend every day on the water learning how to navigate around Bare Hill Pond in preparation for the GE Cup. If you choose, you may try your skill at a sunrise sail. There is also time to enjoy the other camp activities. Check out the optional Vertical Adventure trip. DIY GIRLS: Open to Grades: 6-8 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Discover cool life hacks and Pinterest ideas for crafts, cooking, and more! Create an invention with unusual materials and solve a problem using your new DIY skills.

Check out the optional Vertical Adventure trip.

SENIOR CHALLENGE: Open to Grades: 9-12 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Are you ready for a challenge? This week you will build skills and challenge yourself! You will work to complete the challenge course as you build your leadership and team-building skills. Work on your navigation skills as you build an orienteering course and spend time on our archery course to see how far you can shoot and hit the target. Finally as a group you will pick your final challenge to complete. Check out the optional Vertical Adventure trip. CAMP GREEN EYRIE OVERNIGHT CAMP SESSION 2: 7/1/2018 through 7/6/2018 COUNSELOR IN TRAINING II CGE MULTI-WEEK: Open to Grade: 12 Cost: $200 Live at camp, work in units or program areas, and get in-depth, on the job experience and training.

You may opt to earn your CIT II pin. Prior participation in CIT I preferred. All interested girls must submit an application after you register for camp. Participants will go home the following dates/times: July 6, 5:30 pm - July 8, 1 pm: July 13, 5:30 pm - July 15, 1 pm.

TEDDY BEAR CAMP SAMPLER: Open to Grades: 2-3 Three-Day Session: 7/1/2018 through 7/3/2018 Cost: $175 through April 1, $225 April 2- June 1, $245 after June 2 Are you a fi rst-time camper or you’re not quite ready to spend a full week? This program is designed just for you! For two nights and three days you will enjoy a sampling of popular camp activities including swimming, arts and crafts, games,campfi res, and more! And don’t forget your favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal for a teddy bear picnic and other activities.

CAMP COURAGE AND CONFIDENCE: Open to Grades: 4-5 Three-Day Session: 7/1/2018 through 7/3/2018 Cost: $175 through April 1, $225 April 2- June 1, $245 after June 2 Do you think you have the courage to try overnight camp for the fi r st t ime? T his t hree d ay, t wo n ight a dventure i s j ust f or y ou.

Gain confi d ence with fi re sa fety, ou tdoor co oking, a ni ght hi ke, and fi rst aid. BUCCAN(EYRIE): Open to Grades: 4-5 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Arr matey - its pirate week! Learn to fence to defend yourself from seafaring scallywags, build your own boat, raise a camp fl ag, and set sail across Bare Hill Pond. You’ll also learn what to do if you’re stranded on an island - don’t forget to bury the treasure there!

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10 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps SESSION 3: 7/8/2018 through 7/13/2018 FIREFLIES: Open to Grades: 2-3 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Discover the magic of camp! Make fairy houses and wands, search for mermaids in the pond and unicorns in the woods, and have your very own fairy picnic! Learn some of the real magic of nature. Cozy up with a nightly bedtime story. If you have wings, bring them along. Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Space Museum.

STAR CHASERS: Open to Grades: 4-5 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 If you like staying up long after the sun sets, this is the program for you.

Enjoy after-hours activities including night hikes, star gazing, and late-night cooking! Sleep in before heading out for swimming and archery in the daylight. Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Space Museum. NIGHT OWLS: Open to Grades: 6-8 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Want to be a Space Explorer? This week at CGE you can stay up late to go stargazing, learn to use a telescope, identify different constellations and even practice navigating using the stars as you work on your Night Owl Badge! And don’t worry, there’s still plenty to do during the days.

Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe- Shepard Space Museum.

MIDNIGHT MADNESS: Open to Grades: 8-11 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 The ultimate up-all-night session! Stargazing, night hikes, and midnight snacks over the campfire will become your specialty as you stay up late and sleep in the next day. You will still have time to take part in all the great daytime activities. Check out the optional trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Space Museum. CAMP GREEN EYRIE OVERNIGHT CAMP

11 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps SESSION 4 MULTI-WEEK: 7/15/2018 through 7/27/2018 LITERALLY MULTI-WEEK: Open to Grades: 4-5 Cost: $710 through April 1, $760 April 2- June 1, $780 after June 2 Bring your favorite story to life.

Are you a Harry Potter fan, Percy Jackson aficionado, or Dork Diary lover? Whatever your favorite story may be this is your week to share your love with others and bring your favorite parts to life. You may play a game of Quidditch, learn more about Greek mythology, or perform your own Dork Diary skit. Once you have shared your favorite story, write your own story with your friends and stop by arts and crafts to create your own book cover! You’ll even get to participate in our annual Yule Ball.

ZOMBIES MULTI-WEEK: Open to Grades: 6-8 Cost: $710 through April 1, $760 April 2- June 1, $780 after June 2 Learn about how diseases are contracted and cured. Learn the skills needed for survival: shelter building, first aid, fire building, and other skills for the “apocalypse”. Also learn how to use stage makeup and test your skills in a Zombie simulation. Check out the optional trip Vertical Adventure trip or rafting trip. MAKE YOUR MARK! MULTI-WEEK: Open to Grades: 8-11 Cost: $710 through April 1, $760 April 2- June 1, $780 after June 2 Whether it’s your first summer or you’re fifth, you are what makes camp as amazing at it is - let future campers know! During this session, you will participate in teambuilding with your group and then create something for camp with your name on it.

Check out the optional trip Vertical Adventure trip or rafting trip. CAPE COD PEDAL POWER MULTI-WEEK: Open to Grades: 9-12 Cost: $890 through April 1, $940 April 2- June 1, $960 after June 2 Start your adventure at CGE where you’ll plan your meals, get to know your group, and learn to take care of your equipment. Then travel to Cape Cod and bike along 25 miles of the Cape Cod Rail Trail. During the four-night trip, you’ll stay at a youth hostel and campground (yes, you’ll have showers!), spend some time at the beach and enjoy a sea kayaking program. You may bring your own bike and pack or reserve one of ours.

CAMP GREEN BRAE MULTI-WEEK: Open to Grades: 9-10 Cost: $710 through April 1, $760 April 2- June 1, $780 after June 2 Can’t choose between CGE and CBB? You don’t have to! Discover and experience the very best of both camps during this special two-week session. You’ll spend your first week at CGE then head southwest to spend your second week at CBB. During your stay at both camps you’ll learn a little bit about what it takes to be on staff, practice leadership skills, and work with some younger campers. If you’re thinking about doing CIT at either camp this program is the place to start. **Check-in will be at Camp Green Eyrie and pick-up will be at Camp Bonnie Brae.

SESSION 4: 7/15/2018 through 7/20/2018 MERMAIDS: Open to Grades: 2-3 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Is in or around the water your favorite place to be? Then join us for a week of fun around the waterfront. Swim, boat, and play some water games (maybe even create a game or two of your own). Learn how to be safe in the water and still have time for other camp activities. If you decide to, you can even to complete some activities from the Brownie First Aid badge.

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE - JUNIOR: Open to Grades: 4-11 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 This exciting week we offer something a bit different. You get to choose your adventure! Every afternoon you will have time to participate in three different activities or electives. Spend the morning and evenings with girls your own age doing traditional camp activities such as swimming, hiking, arts & crafts, badge and journey work. Choose three electives: Archery, Campfire Cooks, Survival Skills, Jewelry Making, Extreme A-Field Games, Theater & Dance, Kayaking, Sailing, Babysitting, and Woodworking.

Check out the optional rafting trip open to grades 6-8. CAMP GREEN EYRIE OVERNIGHT CAMP

12 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps JUNIOR ARCHERY: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Can’t get enough of archery? Choose this elective to go deeper into the world of archery. Play new games, work on your form, and learn all about scoring. At the end of the week participate in an archery tournament. JUNIOR SURVIVAL SKILLS: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Are you ready to learn how better to survive in the wild? Come to learn shelter building, camouflage, plant identification, and orienteering. JEWELRY MAKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Are you fan of arts & crafts and wish you had time to really work on a project? This is the elective for you.

At the beginning of the week learn new skills, then work on a project to wear and bring home. CADETTE/SENIOR BABYSITTING: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Camp’s best babysitters! Are you a babysitter or looking forward to being a babysitter soon? During this elective you will earn the American Red Cross Babysitting Certificate and try your skills simulating caring for a baby. *$95 additional fee CADETTE/SENIOR SAILING: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 In this elective learn the ins and outs of sailing. You will spend every day on the water learning how to sail and navigate yourself around Bare Hill Pond.

CADETTE WOOD WORKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-8 Do you enjoy working with your hands and would love to complete a project of your own design? This is your chance to take a project from the design stage to completion. You will also learn basic power tool safety. *$20 additional fee CADETTE/SENIOR ARCHERY: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Can’t get enough of archery? Join this elective to go deeper into the world of archery. Play new games, work on your form, and learn all about scoring. At the end of the week participate in an archery tournament.

JUNIOR CAMPFIRE COOKS: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Interested in cooking inside and over a fire? Want to see what it takes to feed the whole camp? Come for a week packed with all kinds of food fun! Take a tour of the camp kitchen and make your own recipe book to keep.

EXTREME A-FIELD GAMES: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Ultimate Frisbee, Rugby, Alaskan Baseball, and Quidditch are some of the games you get to try out in this extreme edition of A-field games. Have fun learning and trying all sorts of new, challenging games. CADETTE/SENIOR THEATER & DANCE: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Have you ever had a desire to be on stage or behind the scenes? Or would you like to share your dance skills? Work with other girls on creating a performance from start to finish. JUNIOR/CADETTE KAYAKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-8 During this elective you will work on your paddling skills, play new games on the water, and explore more of Bare Hill Pond than you ever have before.

SENIOR STAND UP PADDLE BOARD: OPEN TO GRADES: 9-12 During this elective you will work on your paddling skills, play new games on the water, and explore more of Bare Hill Pond than you have ever before on our Stand Up Paddle Boards. PERIOD A PERIOD B CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE ✓ ✓

13 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps CADETTE/SENIOR SURVIVAL SKILLS: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Are you ready to learn how to survive in the wild? Come learn shelter building, camouflage, plant identification, and orienteering for the ultimate survival skills.

CADETTE/SENIOR CAMPFIRE COOKS: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Interested in cooking inside and over a fire? Want to see what it takes to feed the whole camp? Come for a week packed with all kinds of food fun! Take a tour of the camp kitchen and make your own recipe book to keep.

CADETTE/SENIOR JEWELRY MAKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Are you fan of arts & crafts and wish you had time to really work on a project? This is the elective for you. At the beginning of the week learn new skills, then work on a project to wear and bring home. JUNIOR THEATER & DANCE: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Have you ever had a desire to be on stage or behind the scenes? Or would you like to share your dance skills? Work with other girls on creating a performance from start to finish. JUNIOR KAYAKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 During this elective you will work on your paddling skills, play new games on the water, and explore more of Bare Hill Pond than you ever have before.

JUNIOR WOOD WORKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Do you enjoy working with your hands? Would you love to complete a project of your own design? This is your chance to take a project from the design stage to completion. You will also learn basic power tool safety. *$20 additional fee PERIOD C CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE ✓

14 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps SESSION 5: 7/22/2018 THROUGH 7/27/2018 BROWNIE BRAVE: Open to Grades: 2-3 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Want to learn to shoot a bow and arrow like Merida? This will be the week for you.

Learn basic survival skills in the woods. Go on your own brave adventure around camp. And you will still have time to take part in all the activities camp has to offer! CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE STEM: Open to Grades: 4-11 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Campers - choose your STEM adventure this week at CGE! YOU pick the specialty programs you want to focus on during the week. Want to spend the whole week on the water? You can do that! Go through the woods exploring the ecology? You can do that, too! Girls take the lead and plan out their core activities before ever stepping foot on camp soil.

Please select three activities. Girls will also spend time during the week doing other fun camp activities with their group. Space in some activities is limited. Sign up early to build the week you want! Check out the optional Vertical Adventure trip open to grades 6-10.

JUNIOR ECOLOGY: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 What is ecology? It’s the study of how animals relate to each other and their habitat. Through nature hikes, observations, and experiments you become a field scientist for the week and learn about the ecology of CGE. You will earn your Animal Habitats Badge. JUNIOR FORENSIC: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Calling all detectives! This week you will help solve a mystery using science. You will learn how to read finger prints, identify the unknown, and extract DNA. You will also complete some activities from your Investigation Detective? Badge.

MAKER INNOVATION: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Do you ever think there has to be a better way? During this session you will be able to innovate and try to find an alternative option for a product while completing some activities of your Product Designer Badge.

CADETTE/SENIOR BABYSITTING: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Camp’s best babysitters! Are you a babysitter or looking forward to being a babysitter soon? During this elective you will earn the American Red Cross Babysitting Certificate and try your skills simulating caring for a baby. $95 additional fee CADETTE/SENIOR STAND UP PADDLE BOARD: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 In this elective you will learn all about stand up paddle boards. You will spend every day on the water learning how to paddle and navigate around Bare Hill Pond.

CADETTE CATAPULT ENGINEERING: OPEN TO GRADES 6-8 Have you ever dreamed of designing and building your own catapult? This is your chance! Let’s see whose will go the furthest and is the most accurate. You will learn how to safely use basic power tools and complete some activities from your Woodworker Badge. *$20 additional fee PERIOD A CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE ✓

15 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps CADETTE/SENIOR ARCHERY: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Can’t get enough of archery? Join this elective to go deeper into the world of archery. Play new games, work on your form, and learn all about scoring.

At the end of the week participate in an archery tournament. JUNIOR KITCHEN CHEMISTRY: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Who knew science could be so yummy? You will be able to experiment with the chemistry of cooking and develop your best recipe. These are experiments you get to eat! You will even complete some activities for the Simple Meals Badge.

EXTREME A-FIELD GAMES: OPEN TO GRADES: 412 - JA Ultimate Frisbee, Rugby, Alaskan Baseball, and Quidditch are some of the games you get to try out in this extreme edition of A-field games. Have fun learning and trying all sorts of new, challenging games. CADETTE/SENIOR METEOROLOGY: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Don’t like the weather in New England… wait a minute. During this elective you will be able to explore why we have the weather we do and how you might be able to predict it. Learn how to build your own weather instruments and make useful observations that will help you be a meteorologist. JUNIOR/CADETTE KAYAKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-8 During this elective you will work on you paddling skills, play new games on the water, and explore more of Bare Hill Pond.

SENIOR CATAPULT ENGINEERING: OPEN TO GRADES: 9-12 Have you ever dreamed of designing and building you own catapult? This is your chance! Let’s see whose will go the furthest and is the most accurate. You will also learn how to safely use basic power tools. *$20 additional fee CADETTE/SENIOR FORENSICS: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 This week you will help solve a mystery using science. You will learn how to read fingerprints, identify the unknown, and extract DNA. You will complete some activities for the Investigation Badge.

CADETTE/SENIOR KITCHEN CHEMISTRY: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Who knew science could be so yummy.

You will experiment with the chemistry of cooking , develop your best recipe, and eat them. You will complete some activities for the Cook or Healthy Living Badge. CADETTE/SENIOR MAKER INNOVATION: OPEN TO GRADES: 6-12 Do you ever think, “there has to be a better way?” During this session you will innovate and try to find an alternative option for a product while completing some of the activities for the Product Designer Badge.

JUNIOR METEOROLGY: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Don’t like the weather in New England… wait a minute. You will explore why we have this weather and how you might predict it. Learn how to build your own weather instruments. JUNIOR KAYAKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 During this elective you will work on your paddling skills, play new games on the water, and explore more of Bare Hill Pond. JUNIOR CATAPULT ENGINEERING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-5 Have you ever dreamed of designing and building your own catapult? This is your chance! Let’s see whose will go the furthest and is the most accurate. You will also learn how to safely use basic power tools.

*$20 additional fee PERIOD B PERIOD C CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE ✓ ✓

16 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps SESSION 6: 7/29/2018 THROUGH 8/3/2018 TEDDY BEAR CAMP SAMPLER: Open to Grades: 2-3 Three-Day Session: 7/29/2018 through 7/31/2018 Cost: $175 through April 1, $225 April 2- June 1, $245 after June 2 Are you a first-time camper or you’re not quite ready to spend a full week? This program is designed just for you! For two nights and three days you will enjoy a sampling of popular camp activities including swimming, arts and crafts, games, campfires, and more! And don’t forget your favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal for a teddy bear picnic and other activities.

KALEIDOSCOPE SAMPLER: Open to Grades: 4-5 Three-Day Session: 8/1/2018 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $175 through April 1, $225 April 2- June 1, $245 after June 2 Are you a first-time camper or you’re not quite ready to spend a full week? This program is designed just for you! For two nights and three days you will enjoy a sampling of popular camp activities including swimming, arts and crafts, games, campfires, and more! Also take some time to learn about and create kaleidoscopes, prisms, and other light bending tools. You will even get to spend time in our Sarah Hardy Science Center.

3,2,1, IGNITION: Open to Grades: 4-5 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Blast off during this fun week of STEM! Learn about aeronautics, chemical reactions, and engineering when you build your own rocket.

You will be spending time to working on your own STEM inventions to solve a problem you see in the world! You will even have time to learn how to market your invention to showcase it to others! CANDY CRUSH: Open to Grades: 6-8 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Are you an aspiring baker or pastry chef? Make (and taste!) your own chocolate treats and candies. Test your own dessert recipes and learn about some of the science behind candy making. Learn what it takes to make your own handmade candies! Check out the optional rafting trip.

#ADULTING: Open to Grades: 8-11 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Are you ready to get prepared for the journey of being an adult? Come to camp to start building your cooking skills, learn how to budget your money, write a check, and practice job interviews. Host a dinner party, learn how to change a tire, and even to do your own laundry. This is the week to build your skills that will help you tackle your transition to adulthood with confi dence. Check out the optional rafting trip.

SESSION 6 MULTI-WEEK: 7/29/2018 THROUGH 8/17/2018 COUNSELOR IN TRAINING I CGE MULTI-WEEK: Open to Grades: 11-12 Cost: $150 Learn all of the skills needed to work with children in the camp setting, then put your new skills to the test when you work with a camper group.

Staff members are your role models and guides helping to teach you all you need to know. Among your training sessions, you’ll have time for all of the fun activities camp has to offer. All interested girls must submit an application after you register for camp and then you will participate in an interview. Participants will go home the following dates/times: August 3, 5 pm - August 5, 1 pm; August 10, 5 pm - August 12, 1 pm.

17 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps SESSION 7: 8/5/2018 THROUGH 8/10/2018 SUPER GIRLS SCOUT: Open to Grades: 2-3 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Calling all Super Girl Scouts! You are the HERo this week at camp. Discover your superpower, earn your First Aid badge, and meet some real life heroes. JUNIOR EXPLORERS: Open to Grades: 4-5 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Do you have the spirit of an explorer? This is the week for you. Explorations include hiking, orienteering skills and working on your outdoor skills at camp.

You even get to spend the day exploring the shores of Bare Hill Pond and enjoy a floating lunch. All of your adventures will help you earn the Outdoor Art Explorer Badge. CADETTE CHALLENGE: Open to Grades: 6-8 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Are you up for a challenge? This is the week to work on your team-building skills while completing the challenge course. You can work on your fire-building skills, orienteering and shelter building at the camp craft area. Test out your shooting skills on the archery range. Check out the optional Vertical Adventure trip.

PADDLE SPORTS: Open to Grades: 8-11 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Want to spend your day on the water? Learn about and try all the paddle sports CGE has to offer: canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding. You will even complete some activities for the Paddle Sport badge. Plus you still get to enjoy all the general fun, exciting and your own personal favorite camp activities of swimming, archery and more! Check out the optional Vertical Adventure trip.

18 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps VERTICAL ADVENTURE TRIP: Open to Grades: 6-12 Session 2: 7/5/2018 through 7/5/2018 Session 5: 7/25/2018 through 7/25/2018 Session 7: 8/5/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $80 Join us for a Cadette and older climbing trip on Thursday. Spend the day off camp reaching new heights at a local outdoor climbing spot. MCAULIFFE-SHEPARD SPACE MUSEUM TRIP: Open to Grades: 2-12 Session 3: 7/12/2018 through 7/12/2018 Cost: $45 Come join us for a day trip to McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in New Hampshire. Delve into the worlds of astronomy, aviation, Earth and space sciences and become immersed in this entertaining learning environment.

After exploring the space museum, enjoy a planetarium show. RAFTING TRIP - SESSION 4: Open to Grades: 6-12 Session 4: 7/18/2018 through 7/18/2018 Session 6: 7/29/2017 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $130 Add something different to your overnight camp stay. Join us for a day trip rafting down the Deerfield river. CAMP GREEN EYRIE ADD-ONS

19 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps DISCOVER OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 2-3 Session 2: 7/1/2018 through 7/6/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. Go on nature hikes and explore the night, learn about fire building and maybe even light a match. You’ll complete some activities for the Outdoor Adventurer badge. Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs.

Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age- appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together. Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater.

There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

DISCOVER OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 4-5 Session 2: 7/1/2018 through 7/6/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. It’s time for a bio-blitz! Choose an area of camp with your group and find as many species of living things as you can, then identify them. You’ll complete some activities for the Camper and Eco Camper badges.

Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs.

Upon arrival at camp, girls moveintotheirage-appropriatearea.Onceallgirlsinyourgrouphave arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together. Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater.

There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

DISCOVER OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 6-8 Session 2: 7/1/2018 through 7/6/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. Prepare a no-bake energy snack and set your sights on adventure. You’ll complete some activities for the Trailblazer and Primitive Camper badges. Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs.

Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age- appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together. Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater.

There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

DISCOVER OUTDOOR ADVENTURE: Open to Grades: 9-12 Session 2: 7/1/2018 through 7/6/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. Take risks and explore to your heart’s content! Check out all of the nature trails at camp and maybe even blaze your own trail. You’ll practice outdoor survival skills like purifying water, building shelter, and perfect your one-match fire building. Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs.

Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age- appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together. Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater.

There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

CAMP BONNIE BRAE OVERNIGHT CAMP

20 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps COUNSELOR IN TRAINING 2: Open to Grades: 12 Session 2: 7/1/2018 through 7/6/2018 Session 3: 7/8/2018 through 7/13/2018 Session 4: 7/15/2018 through 7/20/2018 Session 5: 7/22/2018 through 7/27/2018 Session 7: 8/5/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $50 Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership If you feel ready to take on a greater leadership role, our Take Action CIT programs will get you on the right track! Live at camp, work in units or program areas, and get in-depth, on-the-job experience and training.

All CIT IIs must attend Session 2 for training, and then may select additional weeks. All interested participants must submit an application in addition to the camp registration form. Prior participation in CIT I is preferred.

CONNECT: Open to Grades: 4-5 Session 3: 7/8/2018 through 7/13/2018 Session 5: 7/22/2018 through 7/27/2018 Session 6: 7/29/2018 through 8/3/2018 Session 7: 8/5/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Choose a couple of focus areas to connect with and spend some time each day honing your skills with experienced counselors. You’ll also get to plan activities with your group based on your interests. Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting programs and the adventure starts now! Want to spend the whole week on the water? You can do that! Prefer to do art and theatre? You can do that, too! You’ll also plan fun activities to do with your group when you aren’t honing your special skills.

Select your top three specialty program choices and, depending on interest, we’ll place you in two of the three. You’ll receive your final Connect focus area assignments when you get to camp and participate in them each day. Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age-level appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner) and time for specialty programs, but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together.

Connect with the earth, your sense of adventure, and other campers who share your same interests in this session where you choose the adventure. See page 24 for activity options.

CONNECT: Open to Grades: 6-8 Session 3: 7/8/2018 through 7/13/2018 Session 5: 7/22/2018 through 7/27/2018 Session 6: 7/29/2018 through 8/3/2018 Session 7: 8/5/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Choose a couple of focus areas to connect with and spend some time each day honing your skills with experienced counselors. You’ll also get to plan activities with your group based on your interests. Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting programs and the adventure starts now! Want to spend the whole week on the water? You can do that! Prefer to do art and theatre? You can do that, too! You’ll also plan fun activities to do with your group when you aren’t honing your special skills.

Select your top three specialty program choices and, depending on interest, we’ll place you in two of the three. You’ll receive your final Connect focus area assignments when you get to camp and participate in them each day. Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age-level appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner) and time for specialty programs, but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together.

Connect with the earth, your sense of adventure, and other campers who share your same interests in this session where you choose the adventure. See page 24 for activity options.

CAMP BONNIE BRAE OVERNIGHT CAMP

21 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps CONNECT: Open to Grades: 9-12 Session 3: 7/8/2018 through 7/13/2018 Session 5: 7/22/2018 through 7/27/2018 Session 6: 7/29/2018 through 8/3/2018 Session 7: 8/5/2018 through 8/10/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Choose a couple of focus areas to connect with and spend some time each day honing your skills with experienced counselors. You’ll also get to plan activities with your group based on your interests. Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting programs and the adventure starts now! Want to spend the whole week on the water? You can do that! Prefer to do art and theatre? You can do that, too! You’ll also plan fun activities to do with your group when you aren’t honing your special skills.

Select your top three specialty program choices and, depending on interest, we’ll place you in two of the three. You’ll receive your final Connect focus area assignments when you get to camp and participate in them each day. Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age-level appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner) and time for specialty programs, but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together.

Connect with the earth, your sense of adventure, and other campers who share your same interests in this session where you choose the adventure. See page 24 for activity options.

COUNSELOR IN TRAINING 1: Open to Grades: 11-12 Session 3: 7/8/2018 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $450 Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership If you feel ready to take on a greater leadership role, our Take Action CIT programs will get you on the right track! Learn all of the skills needed to work with children in a camp setting, then put your new skills to the test when you intern with a camper group. Staff members are your role models and guides, helping to teach you all you need to know. Among your training sessions you’ll still have time for all of the fun that camp has to offer. All interested girls must submit an application in addition to the camp registration form.

CIT I participants will arrive at camp on July 8 and stay for the week. Go home for the weekend and return on July 15. CIT 1 participants will stay at camp over the weekend July 21 & 22, leaving on July 27 and returning for their internship on July 29. Complete dates for the program are: July 8-13, July 15-27, and July 29- August 3.

LIVING OFF THE LAND: Open to Grades: 6-8 Session 3: 7/8/2018 through 7/13/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Spend a week getting back to the basics. Make natural dyes from roots and berries, construct an outdoor shelter, learn how to read animal tracks, and make homemade jams and sauces. You’ll live in the primitive Enchanted Forest (EF) unit and get a taste of life without modern conveniences. The EF is home to our on-site outdoor survival programs. It boasts a beautiful primitive camping area with platform tents and a pit latrine. It is a 15-20 minute hike from the main camp area, where the office, dining hall, and main buildings are located.

Luggage is taken to and from the EF by boat, while campers generally walk. Girls are given space to store shower supplies and other items in a building in main camp so that they don’t need to carry them back and forth. CAMP BONNIE BRAE OVERNIGHT CAMP

22 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps CAMP BONNIE BRAE DISCOVER IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 2-3 Session 4: 7/15/2018 through 7/20/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. What can you create? A sculpture of something you have dreamed about? An animal with all of your favorite characteristics? Your imagination is your only limit! Using unconventional or recycled materials, you’ll design and build something wonderful.

Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs. Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age- appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together.

Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater. There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

DISCOVER IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 4-5 Session 4: 7/15/2018 through 7/20/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. What do you know about the states of matter? Slime, bubbles, and explosions; it’s time to experiment with all sorts chemical reactions! Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs. Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age- appropriate area.

Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together. Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater.

There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

DISCOVER IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 6-8 Session 4: 7/15/2018 through 7/20/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. Race through this week at camp! Zoom from place to place trying out all of your favorite things, design a mousetrap powered car and race to see whose is the fastest, and end by whipping up the dessert of your dreams! Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs.

Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age- appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together. Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater.

There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

DISCOVER IMAGINEERS: Open to Grades: 9-12 Session 4: 7/15/2018 through 7/20/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Plan activities with your age group based on the week’s theme and your interests and have free-choice time each day to discover and try a fun, new activity. Girls run the world! Try out coding using Mindstorms and Scratch and learn about the real-life applications of this technological language. Discover + Connect + Take Action = Leadership At Camp Bonnie Brae, we’re building the leaders of tomorrow through our exciting, adventure-based programs.

Upon arrival at camp, girls move in to their age- appropriate area. Once all girls in your group have arrived and settled in, the group begins the process of planning their week. You’ll work with members of your group to plan the week of camp that YOU want! A few things are already scheduled (swim time each day, campfires on the first and final nights, all-camp games, and a cookout dinner), but most of the week’s plans are decided upon by the group on their first night together. Each day, you’ll also have free-choice time to discover a fun, new activity led by enthusiastic counselors. Maybe one day you’ll choose between jewelry making, water games, archery, rugby, and playing guitars while the next day it will be geocaching, yoga, parachute games, sailing, or theater.

There’s no limit to the fun you’ll have this week!

23 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps EXTREME FORESTERS: Open to Grades: 4-5 Session 5: 7/22/2018 through 7/27/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 Make shelters, purify water, and read the signs in the trees – that’s just the start of your outdoor survival fun. The challenge is on when you follow clues on an Enchanted Forest scavenger hunt. You will be staying in the primitive Enchanted Forest (EF) unit for this program. The EF is home to our on-site outdoor survival programs. It boasts a beautiful primitive camping area with platform tents and a pit latrine.

It is a 15-20 minute hike from the main camp area, where the office, dining hall, and main buildings are located. Luggage is taken to and from the EF by boat, while campers generally walk. Girls are given space to store shower supplies and other items in a building in main camp so that they don’t need to carry them back and forth.

BOOT CAMP: Open to Grades: 9-12 Session 6: 7/29/2018 through 8/3/2018 Cost: $420 through April 1, $470 April 2- June 1, $490 after June 2 The most hard-core survivor program at Camp Bonnie Brae! You’ll cook most of your meals over the campfire, build outdoor shelters (and choose to sleep in them, if you’re up for it), build a no-match fire, and learn other survival skills. Make sure you come ready to move because you’ll either walk, canoe, or kayak out of the Enchanted Forest (EF). The EF is home to our on-site outdoor survival programs. It boasts a beautiful primitive camping area with platform tents and a pit latrine.

It is a 15-20 minute hike from the main camp area, where the office, dining hall, and main buildings are located. Luggage is taken to and from the EF by boat, while campers generally walk. Girls are given space to store shower supplies and other items in a building in main camp so that they don’t need to carry them back and forth. RAFTING ADD-ON: Open to Grades: 6-12 Session 3: 7/8/2018 through 7/13/2018 Cost: $125 We’ll paddle the Zoar Gap with the greatest sense of adventure, tackling the rapids and enjoying the beauty of the Deerfield River.

HIGH ROPES ADD-ON: Open to Grades: 4-12 Session 4: 7/15/2018 through 7/20/2018 Cost: $115 Take to the trees and venture through Ramblewild’s tree-to-tree adventure course where you choose the difficulty level and climb, conquer obstacles, and zipline over a ravine. CAMP BONNIE BRAE ADD-ONS WEEKENDERS: Open to Grades: 2-12 Session 3: 7/13/2018 through 7/16/2018 Session 4: 7/20/2018 through 7/23/2018 Cost: $75 Looking for a short weekend adventure? Or would you like to stay at camp between two one-week sessions? Join your favorite counselors and other inter-session campers for dinner in the Dining Hall and nighttime activities on Friday, a day of fun on Saturday, and a Sunday morning sleep-in.

Drop off is 6 pm on Friday and pick up at 10 am on Sunday. For campers adding this option on after Session 2 or before Session 3, they do not need to be picked up.

24 Eat. Sleep. Camp. Repeat. 2018 Girl Scout Camps WATER GAMES: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 On land and in the pond, there’s no limit to the amount of fun you’ll have in the water during this session--splish, splish, splash, dunk your counselor, water relays, and so much more! BOATING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Try out all of CBB’s watercraft and decide which is YOUR favorite. Spend some time canoeing, kayaking, sailing, and paddleboarding. SILLY CAMP GAMES: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Ultimate spoons, Koob, parachute games, and no- rules baseball--get in touch with your goofy side as you play your way through the week.

THEATER & IMPROV: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Whether you like being in the spotlight or learning how to make a play come together from beginning to end, this is the choice for you! PAINTING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 O’Keefe? Kahlo? Monet? Pollock? You! Get in touch with your inner artist as you try out different canvasses and types of paint. No experience? No problem! JEWELRY MAKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 From friendship bracelets to fancy earrings you’ll try it all this week! SPORTS: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Feeling competitive? We’ve got soccer, volleyball, croquet, and any fun new games you come up with this week.

COOKING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Over a campfire or in the kitchen, you’ll plan with other chefs who are ready to make the most delicious foods CBB has ever seen! HIKING AND SURVIVAL SKILLS: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Water purification, orienteering, and knife skills will be your profession by the end of this week ARTS AND CRAFTS EXTRAVAGANZA: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 The art loft is your oyster! Try it all this week from collage to nature art and so much more. FIRST AID AND BODY STUFF: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Hang out with the camp nurse and learn about what makes your body do all of its amazing things and what to do if something goes wrong.

✓ ✓ CBB - Choose Your Own: Choose your top three activities to focus on and spend some time each day honing your skills with experienced counselors. You’ll also get to plan activities with your group based on your interests. TREASURE HUNT: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 There are so many hidden treasures at CBB and it’s up to you to find them as you letterbox and scavenger hunt your way from main camp to the Enchanted Forest.

SINGING AND DANCING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Whether you’re a solo artist or a band member in to campfire tunes or Sia or The Beatles, have a blast as you create a singing and dancing stage show to share with all of camp at the Hootenanny! MAD SCIENTIST: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Rockets, catapults, and chemical reactions, oh my! Experiment the week away with your crazy counselors. ARCHERY: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Tic-tac-toe, balloon popping, and perfecting your aim are on the agenda at the archery range this week.

NATURE IDENTIFICATION: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Learn about the local birds, trees, and insects and other creatures you can find throughout camp.

Create your very own nature guide to share your knowledge with others, too. CHILLIN TO THE MAX: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Find your Zen through yoga, meditation, journaling, or coloring. Make your own “Chill Out” box to help you cope with stressful situations. CREATIVE WRITING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Take a hint from Ralph Waldo Emerson and get inspired for your next poem, short story, or novel while enjoying the beauty of nature. GARDENING: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Plant, harvest, and tend to our garden. Perhaps you’ll also choose to do some planting that you can take home.

MINDSTORM ROBOTICS: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Learn to code and make a robot complete simple tasks using LEGO Mindstorms robots and software. MAKERSPACE: OPEN TO GRADES: 4-12 Have you heard of MakerSpaces? They’re designed to get you thinking out of the box and talking with others while you think, create, and invent together. Maybe you’ll build a something to keep your laundry bag from getting smelly or a cool new tool that makes life easier for others. We can’t wait to see what you make! ACTIVITY ACTIVITY

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