Programs on Demand

Looking for great field trips, program resources and more to make your Girl Scout Journey and badge experiences the best yet? Check out these organizations and businesses which offer special programs designed to meet the needs of Girl Scout troops. Click on each group below to find out more, or to set up a program that meets your schedule and your troop's interests.

These are paid listings, and GSGWM is not responsible for the content of programs offered at these businesses. Remember to consult Safety Activity Checkpoints before planning your Program on Demand experience. Please share your feedback, we've opened comments at the bottom this page for your reviews. Please keep your comments relevant and respectful: GSGWM reserves the right to delete comments that violate these guidelines. 

Animals & Outdoors

Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium: St. Johnsbury, Vermont

Polar bears, grizzlies, bison and birds: get up close and personal with predators AND prey! Experience the beauty of the animal kingdom and cap it off with a visit to the planetarium. Allow 4 weeks for scheduling a visit. 802.748.2372

The Carriage Barn: Newton, New Hampshire

Experience fun-filled education including horse care, handling, and horseback riding. Clinics available for beginners and independent riders ages 6-15. Small group sizes, professional facility with experienced instructors. Indoor and outdoor arena available. 603.378.0140.

Arts & Entertainment

Theresa Davis Studio: Burlington, Vermont

Explore your inner artistic muse by enrolling in classes for drawing, painting, book making, sculpture, woodworking, mixed medium, and fused glass. Complete artwork requirements towards the artist legacy badges. Allow 4 weeks for scheduling a visit. 802.425.2700.

Food & Cooking

Panera Bread: Burlington & Rutland, Vermont

Mix ingredients for pastry, mold and bake baguettes, decorate cookies, and take a "behind the scenes" tour. Enjoy cookies and milk and leave with freshly baked baguettes! Allow 4 weeks for scheduling a visit. Burlington: 802.860.1130. Rutland: 802.773.2933.

History

Canterbury Shaker Village: Canterbury, New Hampshire

Step back in time and visit a real Shaker community! Discover their contributions to the American frontier, why they’re on the brink of extinction, and why they’re known as "Shakers." Allow 4 weeks for scheduling a visit. 603.783.9511.

Strawbery Banke Museum: Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Experience how people lived and worked throughout four centuries of history! Explore restored houses, exhibits, landscapes and gardens. Choose Girl Scout programming or general workshops and tours. Visit the websites linked below to learn more! 603.422.7541

Life Skills

Strive with NBT Bank: Multiple Locations, New Hampshire & Vermont

These interactive lessons cover topics ranging from the importance of savings, building a budget, becoming a smart spender, building strong credit and much more. Visit the bank with your troop or have a rep join your meeting!

 

Greasy Girls at Tire Warehouse: Multiple Locations, New Hampshire

Change a tire, check its air pressure and learn how to check the fluids in your car. Program includes an informational manual for each participant. For 8-15 girls. Allow 30 days for scheduling a visit. bobby.shlosser@monro.com or marie.west@monro.com.

Science & Health

ConvenientMD: Concord & Windham, New Hampshire

Working on a First Aid badge? Talk to first responders, tour a clinic and interview medical professionals while learning about staying healthy and helping others. Allow 3 weeks for scheduling a visit. Concord: 603.226.9000. Windham: 603.890.6330.​

 

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