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Spring 2020 Cub Scout Night Schedule

CANCELED

Join other Waukesha County scouts as you achieve requirements towards your badge! Come as a scout group or independently, but each scout must be registered individually.

Check out the program schedule below for Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelo!

Scout Rank Time Program
Tiger 4-5 pm

Sky is the Limit - Planetarium Show*
Discover that the Sky is the Limit when they visit the Horwitz-DeRemer Planetarium. During the star talk and Star Signs planetarium show, observe constellations and names of stars in the night sky.  After, Explore jobs in astronomy within the literature found in the planetarium lobby. 

Wolf 4-5 pm

Finding Your Way Adventure
Learn how to read a map, locate where you live and to use a compass to work your way through a scavenger hunt on the Retzer trails. Requirements 1A, 2A-B, 3 and 4 will be completed during this program.

Wolf & Bear 5-6 pm

Space Exploration - Planetarium Show*
Examine space exploration through the new historical documentary called CapCom Go! The Apollo Story showcases the achievements of the Apollo program and what it took to put the first human on the Moon. 

Webelo 5-6 pm

Into the Wild Adventure
Learn about bird flyways, wild creatures in their habitats, and local animals. Identify components of the food chain and how humans have changed the balance of nature. As we take a hike along wetlands, we will learn about the role of aquatic ecosystems. Requirements 4-9 will be completed during this program.

Webelo 6-8 pm

Adventures in Science - Planetarium Show* ($10 per scout)
Discover Adventures in Science at the Horwitz-DeRemer Planetarium and study the night sky. While watching the star talk, scouts are able to sketch the night sky over a 6 hour period by observing constellations like the Big Dipper and names of stars like Polaris. Finish the evening by building and launching a stomp rocket.

 *Any chaperone or sibling wishing to attend the planetarium show with their scout can pay $5 at the door on Cub Scout Night as space allows (maximum planetarium capacity is 90).

Spring 2020 Girl Scout Night Schedule

CANCELED

Join other Waukesha County Girl Scouts as you achieve requirements towards your petal or badge! Come as a Girl Scout group or independently, but each Girl Scout must be registered individually.

Check out the program schedule below for Daisy, Brownie, and Junior!

Scout Rank Time Program
Daisy 4-5 pm

Space Science Explore - Planetarium Show*
Explore space science by watching a full-dome planetarium show called Max Goes to the Moon, listen to a local star talk, and learn how to use and make a sundial.

Brownie 4-5 pm

Household Elf Badge
Learn how to make your home clean and green by making a non-toxic cleaner. Discover the importance of Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle and take away tips to save water and energy at home to earn your badge. When taking an interactive recycling exhibit tour, visit the eco-house, load recyclables into the truck, operate the mini-recycling facility, deliver recyclables to remanufacturers, and discover how they become new products ready for store shelves.

Daisy 5-6 pm

Make the World a Better Place
Learn about making the world a better place with the 3 Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Read Rosie’s story and conduct a mock trash sort activity to complete the requirements to earn your rose petal. When taking an interactive recycling exhibit tour, visit the eco-house, load recyclables into the truck, operate the mini-recycling facility, deliver recyclables to remanufacturers, and discover how they become new products ready for store shelves.

Brownie 5-6 pm

Space Science Adventure - Planetarium Show*
Girl Scouts will get assistance in becoming a space science adventurer by previewing the full-dome planetarium show called The Little Star That Could and listening to a local star talk.

Junior 5-6 pm

Flowers Badge
Discover that there’s more to flowers than just good looks. Uncover the science of a flower, look under the petals, learn how flowers help people and animals, have fun with flowers and send a message in a flower code.

Daisy 6-7 pm

Eco Learner Badge
Nature gives us many gifts, learn some ways to give back by protecting nature. Scouts will learn how to be prepared before going outdoors, play a wildlife game, observe plants and animals within a “nature circle”, and learn how to protect nature from trash.

Junior 6-7 pm Space Science Investigator - Planetarium Show*
Girl Scouts will get assistance in becoming a space science investigator by previewing the full-dome planetarium show called Four Paths to the Sun and listening to a local star talk while doing a night sky scavenger hunt.

 *Any chaperone or sibling wishing to attend the planetarium show with their scout can pay $5 at the door on Girl Scout Night as space allows (maximum planetarium capacity is 90).