National Girl Scout Week is just around the corner. This is a time to show off your Girl Scout pride and share with others how you’ve developed the courage, confidence and character to make your community and the world a better place. Join us each day as we celebrate our worldwide sisterhood from March 10 through March 16. Here are some fun ideas on how you can celebrate each day!
Sunday, March 10: Girl Scout Sunday
Kick off Girl Scout Week with an opportunity to attend your place of worship and be recognized as a Girl Scout. If a place of worship is the group sponsor, girls may perform a service, such as greeting, ushering, or doing a flag ceremony. This is also a great time to explore other faiths.
Monday, March 11: Step Into the World of STEM
Build confidence and learn more about women in the STEM field and STEM careers. Take turns picking your favorite STEM badge and invite friends or family to help you complete the steps.
Tuesday, March 12: Happy Birthday Girl Scouts!
Happy 107th birthday to us! Have a Girl Scout birthday party with your troop. Spread the word that Girl Scouts has been building girls of courage, confidence and character for more than a century.
Wednesday, March 13: Girl Scout Spirit Day
It’s time to show off your Girl Scout pride. Wear your uniform or favorite GS shirt wherever you go. Invite a friend to learn more about Girl Scouts and bring her to the Girl Scout Leadership Center for special activities, a fun patch and special deals at the Girl Scout Store.
Thursday, March 14: Girl Scouting Around the World
Learn about a country and prepare a traditional meal, or begin writing letters to a faraway pen pal!
Friday, March 15: Get Active & Outdoors
Happy Friday! Girl Scout Week is wrapping up, so let’s get outdoors today and explore the natural world with family and friends! Leave the cell phones at home and visit a park or go for a hike.
Saturday, March 16: Girl Scout Sabbath—Make the World Better
Take some time to show everyone how Girl Scouts make the world a better place. Do something for your community—pick up trash, plant some flowers, volunteer to help at a shelter, or offer help to a neighbor.
Mark your calendars for March 10-16