In honor of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Girl Scouts, the Connecticut council celebrated with a special Jubilee event last month. The event was held at the Durham Fairgrounds and had many exhibits and activities. I went with Big Girl and we had so much fun. She was able to do many fun things, like drive a robot, milk a fake cow, pet marine life, try out her archery skills, do crafts, write with a quill pen, walk through a giant inflatable heart, slide down giant inflatable slides, see exhibits on Girl Scout history and much more.
Here are some scenes from that day.
It's so much fun to be a Girl Scout this year, with all the extra centennial activities. I hope wherever you live that your Girl Scouts are able to enjoy all the pomp and circumstance of the scouting birthday.