Who Did What In The Woods!?

2020 Fall InCamporee-In-A-Box

Saturday, November 21
Scouts' Own Ceremony: Sunday, November 22

SOLD OUT* - Option A: $55 - Incamporee-In-A-Box  

Your Girl Scout will receive a box complete with *most supplies* needed for an extraordinary day of camp activities. Includes Patch, Shipping, and all Sessions. Excludes common items found at home (scissors, crayons, paper towels). Complete lists of box contents and supplies needed here.  >> $13 Discount for contactless porch pick-up available in Marysville, Everett, Bellingham, Bothell/Mill Creek, and Renton/Kent.

*If you would like to be put on a waiting list for any cancelled boxes, please email: OCABGSWW@gmail.com

Option B: Free - Zoom Only - Procure your own supplies

Procure and purchase your own supplies. Complete lists of supplies needed. Activity selections may be limited by supplies you are able to procure. (Patch purchased separately.)

Option C: Free - Campfire and/or Scouts' Own ONLY

For Girl Scouts who would like to join the fun with our Campfire Celebration and Sunday Morning Scouts' Own. Simplified registration process. (Options 1 & 2 include these sessions already.)

Option D: $3.00 - Additional Patches

Additional patches available for sale!

All options will include a "bring a non-Girl Scout  friend" to the campfire. Invite to share with friend will be sent to all registrants  after registration deadlines. 

BONUS: Patch eyes and feet - GLOW-in-the-Dark! 

Cash, check, card, Cookie Dough, and Financial Aid options available. 

Registration Deadline

Priority Box Registration (Option A) is held for members of Girl Scouts of Western Washington until October 31, or until Boxes sell out. For details see Registration and Payment.

Theme Channels

Each set of activities is centered around a common theme.

Which animal did that?

Box projects include:
Track and Scat Puzzle
Edible Elk Scat Ingredients
Tracking Pocket Guide
Red Light Flashlight for nighttime observations

Experiments with Earth, Air, Fire, Water

Box projects include:
Soil Filtration
Balloon Spinner
Edible Fire
Rainbow Water
Quality Magnifying Glass

Leave No Trace, Using the Right Gear, Being Prepared

Box projects include:
Wool Socks - experiments with cotton and wool in water and warmth!
Leave No Trace Cards
Lanyard Weaving

A mishmash of activities for all!

Free Activities lead by our Teen Volunteer Staff

Session 2 : Drama and Games
with Miss Piggy
Session 3: Songs
with Tiny
Session 4: Zoom Games
with Firebug 

Activity Schedule - Saturday, November 21

9:30am Session 1: Opening

Welcome, Announcements, and Scavenger Hunt

Just wait and see if we say "Announcements!" 

11:00am Session 2: Activity Selection

12:00 NOON ~~ Lunch Break ~~ Off-line


Use this time for a quick meal and move your body! 

1:00pm Session 3: Activity Selection

2:30pm Session 4: Activity Selection

4:30pm Session 5: Dinner Prep ~ Zoom

Supplies and equipment must be procured by each participant.
Box Oven, Foil Packet, and Dutch Oven Cooking can all be completed in your oven at home.
Jet Boil can be made on your stove top.
Food substitutions are welcome, and many are suggested. 

Alternatively, you can watch the lesson for technique, and eat whatever works for your family! Or skip the presentation entirely! 


Meat and Vegetable Packs

Backpacking Macaroni and Cheese

Chicken Pot Pie

5:00/5:30ish ~~ Dinner Break ~~ Off-Line


Once your learning session is complete, enjoy your meal off-line! 

Prepare your Fort, your Tent, your Campfire! 

7:00pm Session 6: Campfire Celebration

Campfire Celebration Information

Enjoy the Master of the Campfire! Sing songs, listen to jokes and silliness, transition to sweet songs that bring us together! 

Hosted by: Fire Bug

8:15pm Session 7: Night Time Activity

Red Light Flashlight Bug Hunt

Geared for Older Girl Scouts.
Activity: Make red light flashlight and discuss night vision. Hang a sheet and attract bugs. Observe bugs and night sounds.

Led by: Wombat & Pika

Activity Schedule - Sunday, November 22

9:30am Session 8: Scouts' Own

Theme: Being Courageous and Strong

Come with poems, songs, art -- anything beautiful that reflects and celebrates what it is to be "courageous and strong" -- to share with this group. 

A solemn, reverent ceremony allows for contemplation, connection, and community. 

Led by: Nobody