Encampment 2015

“Superheroes in the Making”

What: Imagine three days of an all-girl world…A world where you can try new things. A world where you can meet other Girl Scouts from across the state. A world in which you have lots of fun. A world where you can feel part of something bigger than yourself. That world is Encampment!

Why: To experience and celebrate being Girl Scouts! To gain new skills, connect with adult female mentors, make new and lasting friends, and have lots of fun! 

When: June 4-7, 2015

Where: Palmer State Fairgrounds

Who: Registered girls in grades 3-12 and their leaders/adult chaperones per Volunteer Essentials ratios

Cost: $65 for campsite; $90 per girl; $0 adult chaperones

To register: Fill out and return the Encampment Site Reservation Form.

Forms: 

For more information, see the Encampment Confirmation Packet

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Girls at 2013 Encampment

Wanted: Event Volunteers 

Interested in volunteering at Encampment? Start by filling out our Volunteer Survey.

Workshop Presenters: Do you or someone you know have an exciting hands-on, interactive activity or skill you’d be willing to share with girls? There are four one-hour sessions per day (Friday and Saturday). You can tell us which ages you prefer, number of girls you are willing to work with, and how many times you are willing to repeat the program. Contact Program & Travel Specialist Lisa Mead, 907-273-0308, to find out more.

Girl Scout Seniors (grades 9-10) and Ambassadors (grades 11-12) who have completed the ninth grade are eligible to volunteer. If interested, complete the application and return to Encampment@girlscoutsalaska.org.

Girl Scout alumnae and registered adult members are welcomed to volunteer at the event! If interested, complete the interest form and return to Encampment@girlscoutsalaska.org.

 

Help us choose the official 2015 Encampment t-shirt   

Cast your vote by February 28!

Sample past programs

Art Club at Mat-Su College
Art with Kelly Vey
Jay’s Taekwondo
Arctic Orienteering Club–Learn about orienteering and make your way through a course.
Aero Femme–Learn from aviation industry employees about the stages of flight.
Insect ID or “What’s in Your Soil?”
Capturing Alaska through Digital Photography
Introduction to Netball
Dancing Around the World–Learn dances from Greece, Israel, and Armenia.
Hip-Hop with Underground Dance Co.
American Tribal-Style Belly Dancing
Balloon Twisting–Learn to twist balloons into shapes and/or animals from a pro.
Mountainview Judo Club
Jazz and Modern Dance
Messy Science–Get your hands dirty as you explore polymers, try your hand at bubble rockets, and more.
Building Bird Houses
Jewelry Making
Earthquakes, Fires, and Floods, Oh My!
Sea Lion Monitoring with the Alaska SeaLife Center