Scout-O-Rama 2019; is a family-friendly Scouting skills show or 'Scout Con', open to the public and all BSA Scouting units, to have a hands-on opportunity to learn more about the Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA for boys, the Venturing program for older teens, the Family Scouting program for girls ages 6 - 10, and the all-new Scouts BSA program for girls 11 to 17 years old!
Presented by the Pacific Harbors Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Scout-O-Rama is designed to take the "Scouting Story" to the youth and families in our communities who are not yet a part of the Scouting experience, and give them a sense of the excitement and adventure of Scouting.
A Scout-O-Rama is a huge, interactive, indoor-outdoor hands-on "Scouting Experience", featuring family friendly activities, informational displays and hands-on opportunities to demonstrate Scouting's value to today's active families.
Only 50 more days till Scout-O-Rama, and there have been some significant developments in the past week!
The official patch design has been revealed!
Troop 29 brought a 20' tall rocket ship!
Fun for the whole family! For Scouts and non-Scouts alike!
Scout-O-Rama is a family friendly 'Scout-Con' convention that promises fun for the whole family! Learn what Scouts do in an interactive 'trade show' atmosphere, with interactive demonstrations of outdoor skills, camping, climbing, pinewood derby racing, games, arts & crafts, sports and much more!
The Scout-O-Rama will be an indoor/outdoor display of all Scouting has to offer, featuring activity stations from units around the Tacoma area, to provide a Scouting skills demonstration, game, activity or other information.
Each Scouting unit in the Council will have an opportunity to participate in this event, with the potential benefits being unit level networking with other Scout units, fun for the whole family and more.
Units develop the idea for a hands-on activity that would give visitors a chance to actually "do" Scouting â€” whether it be learning how to make ice cream in coffee cans, demonstrating knot tying, flag folding, arts & crafts, games or finding out more about how to cook a meal using no pots or pans. All this, and so much more, could be the focus of a unit's 10' x 10' Scout-O-Rama display booth.
Scout Units Sign Up For an Activity Booth Here (indoor or outdoor activity)
Saturday, May 11, 2019, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
PLU Olson Auditorium
900 124th St S
Tacoma, WA 98447
Pacific Harbors Council, BSA
Here are some downloads that will help you learn more about the Scout-O-Rama:
|1||Troop 307||Tacoma||2 Person Ferris wheel Pioneering Project||Yes|
|2||Pack 27||Fox Island||Cave Exploratorium||Yes|
|3||Troop 27||Fox Island||Knot Tying||Yes|
|4||Girls Troop 727||Fox Island||Tent Setup Contest||Yes|
|5||Pack 621||Graham||STEM/NOVA - Dinosaur Dig & Volcano Demonstration||Yes|
|6||Troop 148||University Place||Model Campsite & Outdoor Cooking Demo||Yes|
|7||Steve Wark||Chehalis||Longest Pinewood Derby track in Washington State||Yes|
|8||Hot Dogs & Concessions||Tacoma||District Executive Staff||Yes|
|9||Tacoma Rainiers Baseball||Tacoma||Scout Night @ Cheney Stadium, VIP Ticket Raffle & Visit from Rhubarb The Reindeer||Yes|
|10||O Bee Credit Union||Olympia||Berenstain Bears Character Visit||Yes|
|12||Crew 9033 - Tylene Byrd||Olympia||Council Climbing Wall, Cub Resident Camps & Family Camps||Yes|
|13||Troop 294||Fircrest||Pioneering - Monkey Bridge||Yes|
|14||John Strand||Kingston||4th US Infantry Civil War Reenacting Unit Camp|
|15||Troop 525B & Troop 525G||Edgewood||TBD|
|17||Pack 305||Federal Way||Miniature Horse Rescue||Yes|
|18||Troop 336||Federal Way||Human Foosball Game||Yes|
|19||Wild Waves Water Park||Federal Way||Scout Day at Wild Waves promotion||Yes|
|20||Council Commissioners||Tacoma||John Osborn - Council Commissioner's Coffee - Info Booth||Yes|
|21||Scouting Alumni & NESA||Tacoma||NESA & Alumni Information Booth||Yes|
|22||Cindy Iversen||Gig Harbor||Woodbadge Course Information||Yes|
|23||Camp Thunderbird Alumni - Jim Kumm||Olympia||Camp & Alumni Reunion Information||Yes|
|24||John Ruppe||Tacoma||World Scout Jamboree||Yes|
|25||OA Trading Post||Tacoma||Nisqually Lodge Trading post||Yes|
|26||Nisqually Lodge Order of the Arrow||Tacoma||OA Information Booth||Yes|
|27||Crew 216||Tacoma||Emergency bracelets and knots||Yes|
|28||Girl's Troop 216||Tacoma||First Aid - Make A Stretcher||Yes|
|29||Boy's Troop 216||Tacoma||TBD||Yes|
|30||Amanda Lafferty & Commissioner Staff||Tacoma||Girls in Scouting and the Family Scouting program||Yes|
|31||DeeAna Huffman||Spanaway||Youth Protection Training/Woodbadge Reunion||Yes|
|32||Scout-O-Rama Shop||Tumwater||Patches, mugs & souvenirs||Yes|
|33||Tacoma Scout Shop||Tacoma||Camping Gear, Scout Supplies||Yes|
|34||Troop 9048||Olympia||Knot Gauntlet -Teaching knot tying skills - Mini Hourglass Tower||Yes|
|35||OA Staff||Tacoma||Gaga Ball Pit||Yes|
|36||Larry Bentz/NW Dutch Oven Cooking||Tacoma||Dutch Oven cooking demo||Yes|
|37||Michael Farnum||Tacoma||PLU Admissions/ Military Outreach||Yes|
|38||William Rogers||Tacoma||Chess Merit Badge Gaming Area||Yes|
|41||Timberline District (Lesa LeDuc)||Chehalis||TBD|
|44||Kevin Rudesill||Olympia||Patch Collection|
|45||Candy Fauson||Olympia||Council Training Information|
|46||Carla Richards||Tacoma||Scouting with DisAbilities|
|47||Crew 81 - John Decker||Edgewood||NYLT Promotion|
|48||Day Camp Staff||Tacoma||Day Camp Program|
|50||Troop 62/Crew 62||JBLM||TBD|
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Pacific Harbors Council BSA, Tacoma, WA
4802 S 19th St, Tacoma, WA 98405
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