Green Bay Life Skills & Entrepreneurship Partners
Take a tour of the 911 Communication Center in Brown County and learn about life behind the headset. Brown County 911 dispatchers will teach you about the job they do and the community they serve. You will have an opportunity to see the communications center live! Listen to 911 calls, see the screens they see, monitor police and fire GPS movement, and see all the bells and whistles that make the communciations center function. This experience is a perfect fit with all Safety Pins and community-based badges like Daisy Good Neighbor and Brownie Celebrating Community.
3028 Curry Ln, Green Bay, WI 54311
920.391.7450 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Community Gardens Program provides garden space and logistical assistance to Brown County residents to facilitate their access to affordable, nutritious, and culturally appropriate food. The program currently offers 12 community gardens across the county. Girl Scouts are invited to rent a plot as a troop to grow produce for themselves or to donate to a pantry, as well as to sign up to help with general volunteer tasks.
Budding Chefs classes inspire children in the kitchen by providing fun, hands-on cooking experiences. They will practice listening skills, following directions, and learn respect and teamwork in the kitchen. They will learn how to read and follow a recipe, as well as table setting, serving and cleaning up. Troops may sign up together for a workshop to earn the Snacks, Simple Meals, New Cuisines, Locavore, or Dinner Party badges, or as a fun troop outing. Girl Scouts also receive a special Member Perk discount on community-based classes. Classes take place in Downtown Green Bay.
email@example.com | 920.621.9230
The Children’s Museum of Green Bay offers various badge workshops. Daisies: Rosie’s Story and Money Counts, Brownies: Painting and Senses, and Juniors: Staying Fit and Flowers.
1230 Bay Beach Rd, Green Bay, WI 54302
920.432.4397 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Invite Magical Entertainment to your next troop meeting or event for a magic show or get a peak behind the curtain with a magic workshop! Magic workshops can kickstart your Brownie Inventor badge or put a fun spin on earning the Junior Entertainment Technology badge. Magic shows are great for all group sizes.
Will travel up to 50 miles from Green Bay, WI.
920.770.4590 | email@example.com
Ellipse Fitness will come to you! In this one-hour experience, girls will try out different fitness activities, enjoy team building relays, and even learn a bit about nutrition. Ellipse Fitness is happy to customize to fit specific badge requirements as well.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 920.785.8014
Girl Scouts will learn about new fruits and vegetables, how to identify whole grains, search for better cereal options, and pick a better yogurt. The program will wrap up with a $10 Meal Challenge that encourages the girls to build a well-rounded, healthy meal for a family of four for only $10. This program can help girls earn parts of the Snacks, Simple Meals, Staying Fit, Eating for You, Locavore, or Dinner Party badges.
To schedule the experience, visit the website and submit a request to “Ask Our Mealtime Mentors.” Space is limited. Four weeks advance notice is required.
Available at most Festival Foods locations | email@example.com
Discover your inner Ninja Warrior at Fusion Athletics GB! Girls will participate in fun activities including running their very own agility course. This activity can be paired with an overnight lock-in that includes a movie. Girls can earn several badges: Respect Myself and Others Petal (Daisy), Fair Play (Brownie), Practice with Purpose (Junior), Good Sportsmanship (Cadette).
999 Ashwaubenon St, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304
920.323.5505 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Game Capital uses easy-to-learn and fun board and tabletop games to teach life skills in a welcoming environment. The games used can be hand-picked to fit the wants of the troop and are a perfect fit for sportsmanship or game-related badges such as Brownie Fair Play and Making Games, Junior Playing in the Past, and Cadette Good Sportsmanship.
805 Main Ave, De Pere, WI 54115
920.425.4341 | email@example.com
The Packers Hall of Fame invites Girl Scout troops to participate in a number of events throughout the year, as well as ongoing opportunities including Girl Scout Sleepovers. All programs offer a unique way of teaching hard-work, persistence, teamwork and so much more through history. A one of a kind Green Bay Packer patch is offered to commemorate each visit. All ages are welcome.
1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54304
920.569.7145 | firstname.lastname@example.org
At Heritage Hill we think Girl Scouts are super! Join us for one of our scheduled Girl Scout workshops throughout the year focusing on topics as varied as outdoor adventure, gardening, playing the past, textiles, and more. New workshops are added regularly so check back often!
2640 S Webster Ave., Green Bay, WI 54301
920.448.5150, ext. 102 | email@example.com
Earn your Staying Fit, Dancer, or My Best Self badge at the YWCA! Enjoy a fitness and nutrition interactive experience where you will figure out what fitness, food, and fun you need to stay strong for life.
230 S Madison St, Green Bay, WI 54301
920.432.5581 | csendelbach@YWCAgreenbay.org
Phoenix Martial Arts travels to your troop meeting location and offers several different seminar experiences, including Self-Defense, Stranger Danger, Anti-Bullying, and Leadership. Using a blend of self-defense training and discussion, girls will enjoy a program that works on physical fitness, self-esteem, and goal setting, tailored to the topics most relevant to your troop. The minimum group size is 20. You may partner with another Girl Scout troop, or Phoenix can pair you with another troop interested in the experience if your group is smaller than 20.
Will travel throughout the Green Bay, Appleton, and Central Regions.
Stepheni Curran is a pediatric speech-language pathologist, an author, and a Girl Scout volunteer. Mrs. Curran published her first children’s book, Rock On, Kindness! Pass It On!, in February of 2018 through Orange Hat Publishing. She has been touring the state of Wisconsin since March of 2018 to share the themes of her story with others. Mrs. Curran has presented at 50 different locations within Wisconsin ranging from school assemblies to libraries to community events. During the presentation, Mrs. Curran highlights the following themes, which are embedded in her children’s book: kindness, diversity, friendship, inclusion, compassion for others, and the kindness rock movement.
Will travel up to 60 miles from Shawano County, Wisconsin
920.858.3947 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit Safety Town during a weeklong day camp or complete a Safe Sitter program with your Girl Scout troop! Attending Safety Town is a great way to earn your Girl Scout Safety Award, and Safe Sitter can help Cadettes earn their Babysitter badge.
2827 Ramada Way, Green Bay, WI 54304
920.272.0110 | email@example.com
Visit Williams TaeKwonDo for a Girl Scout Self Defense class. Girls will learn TaeKwonDo basics while building a strong sense of self. This class is perfect for troops working on the Brownie My Best Self, Junior Staying Fit, or Cadette Field Games badges.
1259 S. Military Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54304
920.819.9850 | firstname.lastname@example.org