Calling all Cadettes and Juniors! Join us for an exciting workshop
where you have the opportunity to complete steps towards your Cadette
Woodworker badge and Junior Animal Habitats badge. We will explore the
art of woodworking and create an animal habitat for our furry friends
and observation station to learn! We will learn essential life skills
while making a positive impact on the planet. We will dive into the
world of animal habitats, and learn how to create a safe and welcoming
home for wildlife. Dont miss out on this incredible opportunity to
gain valuable life skills, connect with the environment, and become an
Badge Connections: During this program girls will complete the following Badge steps.
Program facilitated by: GSHCC staff & GSHCC Fellows.
Program Fee: $10 for girl members, $15 for girl non-members.
Program Fee Includes: In-person instruction, a fun patch, and a space for Girl Scouts to make new friends. Badge is not included. The badge can be purchased separately from the Girl Scout Shop.
General Location: This is an in-person event located in Sacramento, CA.
Note: This event takes place in an indoor setting.
Adult Supervision: Adult supervision is required.
Essential Eligibility Criteria: GSHCC programs provide an inclusive environment to all girls. Please reference our general Essential Eligibility Criteria for details about classroom and outdoor-focused activities that will help you identify the skills needed to participate in programs successfully. This activity has additional Essential Eligibility Criteria, including: Use a hammer independently or with the assistance of a companion or adaptive equipment. Please contact customer care if you are unsure whether or not you meet the criteria, or if you need a reasonable accommodation.
Registration: A minimum of 5 registered participants are required to hold this event. In the event that the minimum is not met, you will be notified before the event date, and a full refund will be processed.
Media Release Disclaimer: There may be photos or video taken during this event. By registering for this event, you give permission for GSHCC and GSHCC program partners to use photos/videos of your girl to promote Girl Scouts. If you would like to opt out of photographs/videos, please notify staff at event check-in.
Information Letter: Once you have registered you can
find the information letter by logging in to your My Account, go to My
Events and select the event. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find
the information letter under Additional Documentation. An e-mail will
be sent out 1 week before the scheduled event with the information
letter for the event. If you register after this time, you will need
to go through your My Account to get the information letter or reach
out to customer care.
Not a member? Join now and save! Become a member before registering for this event to take advantage of our member pricing, plus save on other GSHCC events for the rest of the year! A Girl Scout membership is $25 a year. A membership year runs from October to September.
***Please note: Membership is not required to take
part in this event.
Troop Treasure: After registering, please follow the instructions on this form to pay with Troop Treasure.
Financial Aid: Financial assistance is available to girls/adults that have current memberships with Girl Scouts Heart of Central California. Payee must submit the Financial Aid Request form after registering to finalize your request. You may still be responsible for a portion of the fees.
Once in a while, GSHCC may have to cancel an event. If Girl Scouts
Heart of Central California finds it necessary to cancel an activity
or training, all troops/groups or individuals having submitted
registrations and payments will receive a full refund.
Note: In the event of extenuating circumstances such as illnesses, deaths in the immediate family, and other catastrophic events, GSHCC will consider refunds on a case-by-case basis.
All refund requests should be submitted in writing to Customer Care.