Date & Time
Sponsored by: The Highlands of Area 12
Who should attend: Girls and adults who want to spend the afternoon together in song and sisterhood.
DATE: Sunday, March 17th, 2013
LOCATION: The Brown Theatre, downtown Louisville
COST: $7.00 per person (No tagalongs.)
QUESTIONS: Charlotte Peake (502)454-3735 email@example.com
REGISTER: Gayle Prichard (502)419-7729 firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience the joyful noise of hundreds of Girl Scout voices united together. Share in this important part of scouting history by singing songs that have been passed from generation to generation around many a campfire. Girls and adults will have a great time spending the afternoon together in song and sisterhood. It’s St. Patrick’s Day so we’ll be celebrating a bit with special songs and other surprises!
Shine on stage! If your troop is interested in stepping into the spotlight and leading a song on stage, contact Charlotte Peake before January 1st. Costumes, choreography and props encouraged!
Registration includes a patch and other goodies. Seating is limited and we expect this event to sell out again this year. So, register early! The minimum to register is 550. The maximum is 1,300. The registration deadline is Sunday, March 3rd. Registrations received before January 1st will be entered in a drawing to win back your registration fees (up to $60.00). Click on the link provided to download the registration form.
Girl Scout Leadership Experience Tool: The Girl Scout Way badge
Outcome: Discover #1, #2, #4 Connect #2, #5 Take Action #3, #4
Updated practice CD will be available this fall in the Metro Girl Scout Shop for $6.00 or, through the Songfest registrar for $8.50 (includes shipping).
T-shirts will be offered on a pre-order basis only. The order deadline is Monday, February 25th. Click on the link provided to download an order form.
Check back with the online calendar from time to time for updates to this program!
- Girls develop a strong sense of self.
- Girls develop positive values.
- Girls seek challenges in the world.
- Girls promote cooperation and team building.
- Girls feel connected to their communities, locally and globally.
- Girls advocate for themselves and others, locally and globally.
- Girls educate and inspire others to act.