March 23, 2019
Webelos Woods is a weekend of fun activities, intriguing Scoutcraft demonstrations, outdoor adventures, ceremonies, and a bridging crossover for Webelos Scouts and their parents. It is designed to introduce Webelos Scouts and their parents to some of the exciting adventures of Boy Scouting. Webelos may participate as individuals or with their dens. Saturday supper is provided.
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The weekend is filled with fun activities, intriguing demonstrations, and plenty of outdoor excitement. Webelos II Scouts will have an opportunity to Bridge into Boy Scouts or be awarded their “Arrow of Light” during the evening campfire.
Activities include the Bridging Ceremony, dodgeball. Order of Arrow Ceremony, geocaching, dodgeball, climbing, “Arrow of Light” Ceremony, camping skills, Catch a Falling Star, BB guns, handicrafts, monkey bridge, archery, wrist rockets, campfire program, chapel, Tahuaya History Hike (CT), fire building skills, flag raising & lowering, snake show (weather permitting), Kyle Mountain Hike (WR), museum tour (WR), rock skipping (WR), dutch oven cooking.
Scouts and their parents are invited to participate as individuals or with their den. Registration by dens is encouraged; but, individual registrations will be accepted.
Dens and individuals must provide their own tents and meals for Saturday lunch and Sunday breakfast. Webelos Scouts and adults from any pack may attend either or all weekends. Come out for the day or the entire weekend.
Check-in begins at 7 a.m. on Saturday with activities beginning with an opening ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Webelos Woods wraps up Sunday after Chapel Services at 10:30 a.m.
Click here to download tthe full 2018-2019 Cub Scout Program Calendar.