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World Thinking Day

Girl Scout Troops host a table representing a country. Scouts visit the stations travelling the world in an evening.

When and where

Date and time

Location

Sashabaw Middle School - 7th grade cafeteria 5565 Pine Knob Lane City of the Village of Clarkston, MI 48346

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

TIMELINE:

5:30 pm

Troop set-up team arrives. Two adults and two scouts.

6:00 pm

Scouts arrive

6:15 pm

Flag ceremony. Scouts follow behind flag bearers to join the parade of nations.

Scouts visit the stations.

7:45 pm

Scouts join in a friendship circle and sing Make New Friends until they receive the friendship squeeze.

Clean up and depart.

TROOPS BRING:

1. Scouts create a display with facts/pictures on the country and decorate your table. Bring a tablecloth!

2. Bring your country flag – make one from cloth or poster board for the flag ceremony.

3. Dress in native costume – optional (always the cutest part!)

4. A passport for each girl (name and troop # on each). Update image to the flag for your country. Passport should be on a string around the neck – long enough to reach table for stamps.

5. Stamp and ink pad to stamp the passports. Stickers are fine too.

6. Bites – small food or drink samples from your country (approximately 150-200). Please label any items with peanuts or tree nuts.

7. Serving utensils (i.e. toothpicks, spoons, paper towels, napkins, cups).

8. SWAPS – a crafted pin to represent your country (approx. 10 -15 per scout) Remember to bring something to carry your SWAPS. Troops larger than 10 scouts should choose two different SWAP types.

SCOUTS BRING:

One or more items for Disaster Relief at Work. DRAW provides emergency relief to communities that have been hit by natural disasters. Items in need are:

  • bath towels
  • hair brushes and combs
  • shampoo
  • Clothes line (25 to 50 ft.)
  • Clothes pins (25 to 50 ct.)

COSTS:

Troops choose their country as an add-on when they purchase tickets.

Scouts are $10 each - includes a fun patch and 10 bite tickets.

Additional bite tickets are sold at the event: 10 for $1.

No admission charge for adults and tagalongs.

Juliettes and tagalongs are welcome.

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