Girl Scout Daisy Programs
Must be a registered member of Girl Scouts to attend. Membership is $12 annually and may be purchased at the time of registration or click here to purchase now.
Date: Saturday, June 22, 2013
Time: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Cost: $35 per person*
Location: Wet 'n' Wild Waterpark, 7055 S Fort Apache Road
Register by: Monday, June 10
Wet 'n' Wild is back in Las Vegas with more than 25 thrilling slides and attractions! Girl Scout Family Day is a chance to participate in a special activity before it opens for the day and meet some of the staff. Following the tour, adrenaline junkies can enjoy ride experiences like Hoover Half Pipe, which drops you a gut-wrenching 57 feet into a giant half pipe, or the raging Rattler, the only slide of its kind in North America. Those not seeking an adventure can test the waters on the relaxing Colorado Cooler, a 1,000-foot-long winding lazy river; Splash Island, a multi-level interactive children's area with geysers, mini-slides and dumping buckets; and the wave pool, Red Rock Bay.
*See flyer for additional details
Daisies will join a worldwide effort to address issues that affect girls and women around the world. Girls will think globally, but act locally with age appropriate activities and discussions that focus on the Millennium Development goal “Helping Children Survive” and "Preventing Diseases.” Fun learning activities include Mosquito Tag and Row, Row, Row your Boat Hand Washing.
Date: Saturday, June 29
Time: 9:15-11:15 a.m.
Cost: $8 per girl, $14 per adult
Location: Mandalay Bay - Shark Reef, 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Register by: Monday, June 17
Experience an incredible adventure through North America's only predator based aquarium. Go behind the scenes with an aquarist before the aquarium opens. This journey takes you through a jungle environment into a sunken shipwreck where you will see more than 2,000 animals, many of which are the most dangerous predators found anywhere in the world. Plus, touch stingrays and horseshoe crabs.
Girl Scouts grab you water gun and get ready, aim and squirt! Join us for a COOL morning parade as we participate in the 65th Annual Boulder City Damboree Celebration. The theme is "Be Kind - It Takes All of Us"– so remember that when the famous water battle portion of the parade begins with parade participants and bystanders!
Date: Thursday, July 4
Time: 9-11 a.m.
Cost: FREE (custom patch $2)
Register by: Wednesday, July 3
It’s time for some good old-fashioned hometown parade traditions. Girls will showcase their red, white and blue spirit for the 19th annual Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade with more than 35,000 spectators!
Nature's bounty becomes the tool through which girls gain respect towards nature, all while discovering their own artistic natures. The fun starts with creating paper book marks, a telephone with tin cans and string, and a recycling bin. Then, the high action takes over with a recycle relay and nature scavenger hunt.
A SeaWorld adventure like no other! You will get to sleep next to sea turtles, alcid penguins or sharks! This overnight trip will have you uncovering the mysteries of all that lives in the ocean as you participate in fun, educational activities. Then on Sunday, enjoy a day of SeaWorld shows, rides, animal attractions and more!
Girls will be introduced to the world of robotics by exploring basic program maneuvers when they design and program a LEGO robot! Throughout the week, girls will complete on various missions from the FIRST Green City Challenge. They will solve real-life engineering problems, each environmentally focused. On the last day it’s a pizza party to showcase newly learned robot skills in a mini-competition.
Date: September 14, 2013
Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Register by: Thursday, September 12
Join your Girl Scout sisters as you immerse yourself into one of the premier cultural events celebrating Hispanic Heritage month. This parade will be filled with colorful roots and customs. There will be plenty of music, dance, folkloric costumes, and traditions to honor and unite Latino community groups, schools, and businesses
Last Modified: 6/18/2013 12:33 PM