Sep 29, 2017 12:00 PM

Join us at our First Annual Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp!! Come glamping with your Ganja Goddess Tribe along the Trinity River in historic Eagle Creek, CA!! At this "Choose Your Own Adventure" camp you can customize your experience with Horse Back Riding, Disc Golf, Yoga, and MORE!!! Or you can skip that and just sistersesh by the pond and enjoy the majestic mountains. Whatever you want your Glamp Out to be, you'll find it at the Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp!! As always, we aim to allow our cannabis use to promote our sisterhood and connection. We want to renormalize the use of cannabis as a creative and spiritual tool. This mission paired with our core values of inclusivity and radical self love will guide our offerings at this event. All passes include access to the following activities: Smoke/Dab/Vape Bars, Yoga, River Swims, Main Stage Workshops, Hiking Trails, Belly Dancing, Puff Puff Craft, Outdoor Games (water balloons, volleyball, disc golf, color wars, etc), and more!! Food Trucks will be available at lunch and dinner during the camp if you'd prefer not to bring/cook all your meals yourself. Or there is a Meal Ticket available if you don't want to think about food at all!  BASIC PASS: $199Includes overnight tent accommodations for two nights, plus access to all activities including the smoke/dab/vape bars. Also includes 4:20 Snacks, Fireside S'mores, and curated vendor samples. *This is the minimum ticket required to attend Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp. Any "Choose Your Own Adventure" ticket offerings are sold separately and are all completely optional. Purchasing a "Choose Your Own Adventure" ticket without the purchase of an accompanying "Basic Pass" ticket will be considered an invalid purchase and your order will be cancelled immediately.   DELUXE PASS: $420Includes overnight accommodations in the immaculately restored Luxury Farm House including fine linens and deluxe beds for two nights. Plus, access to all activities including the smoke/dab/vape bars. Also includes 4:20 Snacks, Fireside S'mores, and curated vendor samples. *This is an upgraded version of the minimum ticket required to attend Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp. Any "Choose Your Own Adventure" ticket offerings are sold separately and are all completely optional. HORSEBACK RIDING: $100Come ride with the Feelin' Groovy Ranch's Expert Trail Guides on roads and trails. A great ride for beginners or experienced riders, as we make our way along the Trinity River. Great photo ops and an experience you won't soon forget! This "Choose Your Own Adventure" add on ticket has limited space and is available on a first come, first serve basis.  MEAL TICKET: $125 If you don't want to worry about brining or cooking any food at the retreat, you can buy our meal ticket and you'll have free access to our continental breakfast buffets, snack buffets, as well as food trucks, and catered dinners. No set up and no meal prep?! Now that's glamping!! **If you would prefer to bring your own tent to stay in for yourself or your party, rather than stay in the group tents provided, you are welcome to do so. But we require you to register your tent with us via email before the event so we will have a tent spot reserved for you :)  

Nov 25, 2017 9:30 AM

The 1st Annual Ontario Winter Camping Symposium - Brought to You By Snowtrekker Tents -  is coming to the University of Waterloo Theatre of the Arts on Saturday November 25th 2017! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to enjoy Ontario's wilderness in the winter months? Want to learn more? Or are you an experienced winter camper who wants to try something tenting, cold tenting, snow shelter or crown land camping? Then the Ontario Winter Camping Symposium is for you! Visit us at: Speakers include: Jim Baird - Winner of the History Channel's "Alone" challenge, Jim will be discussing his solo winter crossing of the Ungava Penninsula in Northern Quebec. Kevin Callan - The Happy Camper himself will discuss his winter travels, and preview his upcoming winter camping book! David Lee - The Passionate Paddler will share his other passion....cold tenting in Killarney PP, including an ascent of Silver Peak in winter! Martin Pine - Martin is an experienced winter shelter builder and crown land camper. Want to escape the provincial parks? Martin is your guy! Duane and Marion Sonntag - The Camping Family will discuss the enthusiastic group of winter campers that invades Algonquin Parks Mew Lake Campground for New Years and the Family Day Weekend each year for "Winter in the Wilderness". New to winter camping? This may be the place to start! Tierney Angus - Tierney is a journalism student, canoeing enthusiast, all-season backcountry camper and Friends of Temagami board member. Tierney will be sharing how she set out to learn how to live as comfortably as possible in the hard water season by making her own equipment with a whole lot of research and a very small budget. Visit us at: Brought to you by Snowtrekker Tents Here at Snowtrekker® Tents, traditional winter camping skills and gear are the foundation of our products. We draw our inspiration from the older traditions while keeping an eye on innovations in contemporary materials.Snowtrekker® Tents maintains a strict, sustained commitment to provide only gear of the highest quality and durability to withstand the most demanding winter environments in which it is designed to perform, safely and reliably. This is our mission. And yes, we proudly build our tents in the USA. Also Sponsored by: Misadventures and Rugged Outdoor Gear​ The Outland Supply Company​ The Canadian Outdoor Equipment Co. Whisky Jack Outdoor Co.   -   Quality Handcrafted Outdoor Equipment See Sawyer Run : Gear for Dogs. Outdoor. FAQs When does everything start and finish? Doors will open at 9 am to allow the audience to visit sponsor displays. Auditorium seating will begin at 9:30, and speakers will start at 10am. The first three speakers will be followed by a 1 hour lunch break. More time to visit displays will follow the final three speakers. The symposium will be wrapped up by 3:30. What are my parking options for the event? Parking is available in several paid lots on the University of Waterloo campus. Lot H is close to the theatre, and is only $5 on weekends. There is also free parking available a 15 minute walk away at MacGregor Public School at 32 Central Street in Waterloo, or on side streets near that location. Visit the website and click on the "Theatre Location and Parking" Tab for maps and additional information.   What can I bring into the event? No food or drinks can be consumed IN the theatre, but are encouraged in the foyer, so feel free to bring a brown bag lunch. There are also some food options available within a 5 - 10 minute walk both on and near campus. A one hour lunch break will be provided.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? My email is [email protected]  

Oct 24, 2017 9:00 AM

New to Jobvite? Looking to get educated on Jobvite Hire, our Applicant Tracking System? Spend a day with us and become the Jobvite resource for your organization.   This comprehensive training sesion is intended for Jobvite Hire Administrators. Training Agenda Topics:  Understand roles in Jobvite Customize configuration Automate forms, communications, and offer letters Increase employee engagement Social Recruiting Explore new features Optimize your Jobvite instance  Techniques for building key reports Question and answer roundtable   When: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Where: Jobvite - 1300 S El Camino Real, Suite 400, San Mateo, CA, 94402 *Guest parking available in the outdoor lot *Lunch, coffee, and snacks provided *Please don't forget to bring your laptop! Registration: $495 per person - register 3 people at your company and save 15%, or bring a buddy and save 10%     *Please Note: Boot Camp Training events could be canceled due to low enrollment or other factors. In the unlikely event that a cancelation does occur, we will refund your Boot Camp ticket purchase and provide a seat at a future Boot Camp event.

Oct 11, 2017 5:30 PM

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) Small Contractor Boot Camp is a six-week program that provides small contractors with the tools necessary to improve their competitive capacity through a comprehensive, hands on curriculum. The Boot Camp will be held at Los Angeles Trade Tech College 400 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015 every Wednesday  October 11, 2017 through November 15, 2017 at 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm. Aspen Hall Room 101  At the conclusion of the program, small contractors will be ready to bid on BuildLACCD contracts and receive Certifications of Completion. Click on the link below for the Boot Camp fact sheet and calendar.     FAQs How do I enroll? Please complete the registation on eventbrite and  submit an enrollemnt application to to [email protected] Click here to download the application:  What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? We are working with the Sherriff's Office to secure parking in the student parking lot .  Once you RSVP we will confirm your parking options via email.    Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email [email protected] if you have any questions.  Is my registration/ticket transferrable? No.  In order to complete and graduate from the boot camp you must attend all 6 classes.   Can I update my registration information? You can update your information.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, you do not have to bring your ticket with you.  You simply need to give your name at the registration table when you arrive.

Sep 29, 2017 9:00 AM

​This special PA Day Camp is packed with fun and active team games and activities. It will be a day for an outlet of energy and creativity with learning of more coding skills. We will inspire children a development of problem solving skill by using Makey Makey Classic Kit and BBC Micro:bit as tools for our team games and activities. Thank you Peterborough Lions Community Centre for courtesy of a large outdoor fenced backyard with reservation of an indoor facility. We provide up to 30 minutes before and 15 minutes after camp for drop-off and pick-up time. ​  FAQs How should my child prepare for the session? We provide all resources and tools for the session. All your child need is a pair of running shoes, a reusable water bottle, nut-free snacks and lunch. Ensure your child is well nourished before attending the session. Please dress for the weather (e.g. bring a jacket) as we may allow to go outdoor in the fenced backyard at the courtesy of the Peterborough Lions Community Centre. Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Registration fee and ticket can be transferrable between siblings (children) in the same family only. Please notify us by email to [email protected] or leave us a voice message at 705-808-5009 as soon as possible.       What's the refund policy for PA Day Camp? No refund is available after registration. However, we understand that emergency does happen. Please notify us of your emergency at least one hour before the camp start, either by emailing us at [email protected] or leaving us a voice message at 705-808-5009. We will then contact you and provide you with a discount code for our next PA Day Camp. Please note that we cannot guarantee the next available full-day camp will be at the same location. If the camp is cancelled by iMake iMove due to unexpected event (e.g. extreme weather, emergency at facility), full refund will be made to your account within 5 business days. Please be aware that, depending on your financial institution, it may take more than 5 business days for the refund to appear on your bank/credit card account.          

Nov 03, 2017 7:00 PM

EVENT DETAILS Imagine yourself on the trail with a group of friends, and answer the following truthfully: Do you know how to react if someone gets bit by a rattlesnake or has an allergic reaction to a bee sting? What if someone sprains an ankle or cuts their hand? Don’t wait until it’s too late to prepare yourself for an unexpected wilderness emergency! Join us in the San Gabriel Mountains to learn the skills you need to care for others who may become ill or injured on a day hike, backpacking trip or whatever brings you outdoors. We have partnered with Wilderness Leadership Institute to host our 2nd annual Wilderness First Aid and CPR Certification Course at historic Sturtevant Camp. A 4-mile backpacking trip from Chantry Flat will bring you to Sturtevant Camp, located in Big Santa Anita Canyon of the Angeles National Forest and established in 1893 by Wilbur Sturtevant. Of the five resorts built here during the “Great Hiking Era” of the 1880’s through the early 1930’s, only Sturtevant still remains. Help us preserve this local treasure for future generations by spending the weekend with us! Fast paced and hands-on, the 16-hour Wilderness First Aid (WFA) Course covers a wide range of wilderness medicine topics for people who enjoy or work in the outdoors. The curriculum designed Wilderness Medical Associates is recognized industry-wide, and the CPR Certification is valid for 3 years. Classroom lectures are combined with realistic scenarios where mock patients will challenge you to apply your knowledge. This course is not just for outdoor professionals. No previous first aid training or backpacking experience is required. Limited spots available for this potentially life-saving weekend. INCLUDED WITH EVERY SHOESTRING ADVENTURE Earn your Wilderness First Aid and CPR Certification in the field Learn from WLI instructors with significant patient care and backcountry experience Explore the San Gabriel Mountains under the nose of Mount Wilson INCLUDED WITH EVERY SHOESTRING ADVENTURE Experienced Wilderness First Responder/CPR Certified trip leader A supportive community of Shoestring Warriors Gourmet backcountry meals Shoestring Triptographer Mike Struna will tag along to document the trip, so you can stay in the moment Edited photos within 3 weeks after your trip ends Shoestring Warrior Adventure Kit with curated souvenirs Tuition and reservations YOUR JOURNEY Day 1: Begin 4-mi hike to Chantry Flat by 9 a.m. Plan ahead to take a vacation day. Lunch will be served when you arrive at Sturtevant Camp. Day 1 of the Wilderness First Aid Course will run from 2pm to 6pm. After dinner, we’ll enjoy s’mores and board games in the fireplace room. Day 2: After a hot breakfast, Day 2 of your WFA course runs from 8am to 6pm, with an hour break for lunch. After dinner, join us for an optional stargazing hike and night photography workshop. Day 3: Following breakfast, the final day of your WFA course runs from 8am to 12pm. After lunch and camp clean-up, you can hike 4-mi back the way you came, or continue the 10.6-mi loop via Mount Zion.Total Distance: 8 (out-and-back) or 10.6 miles (Mt. Zion loop) * Schedule subject to change due to weather, camper ability/injury, natural events or park restrictions. Shoestring Warriors should be in good physical shape, but we will hike at an easy pace and take breaks as needed. YOUR TRIP LEADER Heather currently works as a Residence Director at a university and is aspiring to work full time as a life coach, offering healing and rejuvenating outdoor activities to others. She runs a hiking group called The Climb: Hiking Is Healing. One of her most meaningful trips was backpacking the John Muir Trail solo. She is so thankful to be a part of the Shoestring Adventures family and looks forward to getting to know you! LEARN MORE ACCOMMODATIONS We will be staying in the group cabins at Sturtevant Camp. Each cabin sleeps 8 and has heat and electricity during evening hours. Common facilities include a dining hall, fireplace room, commercial kitchen, and separate bathrooms with flush toilets and showers. Activities include zip line, ping-pong, badminton, giant rope swing, board games, volleyball, horseshoes, tetherball, croquet and unlimited hiking. INCLUDED Wilderness First Aid tuition and learning materials Wilderness First Responder/CPR Certified Trip Leader Breakfast, lunch and dinner 3-day/2-night accommodations at Sturtevant Camp S’mores and warm beverages Group photographer to document the trip, so you can stay in the moment Edited images 3 weeks after your trip ends NOT INCLUDED Transportation is not included. We will help facilitate carpools for the group after you register. Though bedding is provided in the cabins, backpackers may prefer to bring their own sleeping bag and pillow case. Convenient gear rentals are available from our partner Adventure 16. Alcoholic beverages Travel insurance Tips for trip leader and photographer Adventure Pass for trailhead parking WHAT TO BRING / GEAR LIST After registration, you will receive a Welcome Kit with a customized packing list. In the meantime, get started with our Backpacking Packing List. HEALTH & SAFETY We take extra measures to ensure your safety and maximum level of fun. All Shoestring Adventures trip leaders hold Wilderness First Responder/CPR, Leave No Trace and Food Handling certifications. In remote destinations, we carry a DeLorme inReach Explorer Satellite Messenger to contact authorities in case of emergency. On the trail, we encourage campers to stay together, wear sun protection and stay hydrated. We minimize risk by keeping groups together while hiking, encouraging everyone to drink water and apply sunscreen, and making sure we’re prepared with gear appropriate to weather and our activities. POLICIES Every camper must sign a Liability Waiver & Media Release. Please read our FAQ for more information and our cancellation policy. REGISTRATION & PAYMENT Join the Shoestring Adventures Club for early-access to register for events and special perks. For questions or custom payment plans, please email [email protected] Members: $445 Early Bird: $495 (Ends October 6) Regular: $550 TESTIMONIALS “While I was really excited to take the wilderness first aid class with Shoestring Adventures, I have to admit that I was a little apprehensive and nervous going into it. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect because I have never had CPR or first aid training of any kind. I was so pleasantly surprised by the class. Our instructor, Hewitt, was extremely knowledgable and approachable if we had any questions or needed help. The class was broken up into lecture time and “scenarios,” where we had to put what we had learned into practice and occasionally do a little improvising. We each took turns being the injured or ill victim and the rescuer, having to diagnose and save the victims. While this might seem a little nerve-wracking or high pressure to some, it was actually one of the most fun and helpful parts of the class. It is what helped build my confidence the most- and if anyone was struggling, Hewitt was right there to help us all out. Hewitt lightened the pressure by coming up with ridiculously funny stories to set the scenes for our accidents and let us act it out with fake blood and wounds. Alyx and the Shoestring Adventures team were very hospitable and made it such a great trip, with ample time for socializing, games, and tons of great food and company. I couldn’t have asked for a more enjoyable trip, and now I’m proud to say that I’m WFA certified!” – Rachel “The Wilderness First Aid Course was an awesome experience! I’m a nurse, so I deal with medical things often, but even I learned a lot about how to work in the wilderness setting. Huge boost of confidence gained during those 3 days. Plus Alyx takes care of all the logistics, so it’s almost like all the fun of camping served on a platter without you worrying about anything. It’s a great learning environment and the camaraderie is incredible, too.” – Sara

Oct 06, 2017 6:00 PM

Get back to your roots at our Jewish summer camp for adults. Trybal Gathering's all-inclusive getaway is hosted at Camp Alonim, Spanning 3,000 acres in the rolling hills of Simi Valley in California. Camp's landscaped grounds and magnificent views set the backdrop for our all-inclusive getaway just 45 minutes from Los Angeles. In fact, the property is so unique that Camp Alonim has become one of Hollywood's favorite film locations. Jurassic Park, Star Trek, Power Rangers, 24, and Bones are just a few of the productions filmed on site. It's the perfect setting to relax by the pool, stargaze around the campfire, climb the 50' alpine tower, and do sunrise salutations facing the Santa Susana Mountains. Toss in our menu of creative programs and you’ll spend a blissful weekend connecting with new friends while disconnecting from the real world. This experience is yours to make what you want of it. TICKET INFORMATION This event is open to Jewish young adults and their friends ages 21+. You will need to present legal ID at camp check in. After reserving your spot, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite, Trybal’s ticketing partner IMPORTANT: if you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder All payments are 100% refundable until 60 days prior to camp's start date. Reservations can be transferred within a 12 month window if requested with two months notice. Enrollment is subject to availability without notice. WAYS TO SAVE Limited Summer Rates - Thru September 22 A limited number of Summer Rates tickets are available through Sept 22 to receive a $100 discount Offer is subject to availability without notice. Group Discounts Groups of 4+ get a $25 discount per person To redeem, one person must purchase all tickets for the group Federation Discounts If you have a Federation promo code, enter it before selecting your ticket type Your discount will appear as the difference between the current posted rates and the value of your promo code's discount  NEED HELP? Email: [email protected]: 202.536.2929

Oct 15, 2017 5:30 PM

Join us for an evening celebrating the book launch of Carve with Melanie Abrantes, founder of Melanie Abrantes Designs. Melanie will teach a spoon carving workshop at the Kin and Kind Shop all in celebration of Abrantes' first book, Carve, A Simple Guide to Whittling. When Workshop Sunday, October 15, 5:30-8pm Where Kin and Kind Shop 3229 1/2, Glendale Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90039 About the Workshop: Designer Melanie Abrantes will lead students in hand carving their own wooden coffee spoon using traditional Japanese tools and techniques. The class will start with a discussion of different wood types, an explanation of the tools required, and an overview of the techniques used to cut wood. Once students have acquired a basic understanding, Melanie will lead them in carving the bowl of the spoon with the spoon gouge, then designing and whittling the handle and top of the spoon. When the final design has been reached, students will sand and finish their spoons with an all-natural finish. All tools will be provided with a rental fee to use during the workshop, with the option of purchasing the tools at a discounted rate to continue your spoon making practice at home! + Basswood Spoon bank + Japanese Spoon Gouge + Mikikicha carving knife + Japanese Rasp + Handwritten instructions About Melanie Abrantes: Melanie Abrantes Designs is a Bay Area-based producer of handcrafted, heirloom objects. Founder Melanie Abrantes believes that in order to create something beautiful, you have to get your hands dirty. She founded her company in 2013 when she realized there was a growing American market for handmade goods. Working with a variety of unique materials, Melanie strives to create products of the highest quality that are equally beautiful and functional. She sells her designs in small shops and retail stores nationwide, and her work has been featured in Domino, Dwell, Bon Appetit and more. Visit her site at  About Carve: Whittle a beautiful spoon, comb, pair of dice, and more with this fresh introduction to a folksy craft. Carve modernizes a mindful hobby that people have turned to for generations to help them slow down, relax, and connect with the outdoors. Choose from a dozen projects with bespoke details, all are designed to be useful at home or while camping. And because these objects are small, they require only a few hours and a tool or two to complete. You'll also learn how to choose the right knife and wood, helpful information on techniques and safety, and tips for refining, personalizing and maintaining your piece. Whether you're headed to the woods or just to the porch, this pocket-sized guide will have you carving your own unique designs in no time.

Nov 14, 2017 5:00 PM

TECH JOBS TOUR 1 Year. 50 Cities. 100,000 Jobs. Tech Jobs Tour will convene thousands of influencers and innovators across all areas of technology. Come for the speed mentoring and product demos, stay for the high-fives and ultra-diverse networking. Learn more about your career development, recruiting and retaining non-traditional tech talent, and more. Learn More: EVENT AGENDA 5:00 PM Doors Open5:00 - 9:00 PM Tech Career Fair5:30 PM Speed Mentoring I6:00 PM Welcome by Tech Jobs Tour Team6:20 PM Guest Speakers6:30 - 7:00 PM Speed Mentoring II (Lesbians Who Tech)6:45 PM Keynote Speaker7:00 PM Ask & Offer with Special Guests7:15 PM Coding Bootcamp Showcase8:15 - 8:45 PM Speed Mentoring III9:00 PM Doors Close Agenda subject to change. ACCESSIBILITY- This event space is wheelchair accessible, with ADA compliant entrance and restrooms.- All ages welcome. - Images and/or sound may be recorded at this event; by registering you consent to allow event organizers to use your likeness for promotional purposes. SPEED MENTORING Speed mentoring == networking that doesn't suck! It's a great way to build relationships quickly and connect with other people in tech. We especially seek mentors and mentees in software development and design, QA, data science, and product management. To sign up, just tell us what skills you have and which skills you'd like to learn. SHOWCASE + DEMOS Past Participants: ​Make School, ​Hackbright Academy, ​Hack Reactor, Grace Hopper Academy, Coding Dojo, Telegraph Track, ​BLOC, ​MotherCoders, ​Floodgate Academy, The Iron Yard, Turing School, Galvanize, Metis,, Fullstack Academy, MakerSquare, Rithm School, Epicodus, General Assembly, by Thoughtbot, Grace Hopper Program, DevMountain,, UT Austin Coding Boot Camp, and more. TECH CAREER FAIR Previous partners: Accenture, Adobe, Airbnb, Amazon, Apple, AT&T, Atlassian, Automattic, BlackRock, Bloomberg, Box, CA Technologies, Conde Nast, Credit Karma, Deloitte, Disney, DocuSign, Dropbox, eBay, Facebook + Oculus, GE, Genentech, Github, GoDaddy, Goldman Sachs, Google, Google, IBM, LinkedIn, Lyft, MailChimp, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Optimizely, Oracle, Pantheon, PayPal, Qualcomm, SAP, Slack, SpaceX, Spotify, Stripe, Symantec, T-Mobile, Target, Twitch TV, Twitter, Two Sigma, WorkDay, Zynga, and more. We recruit: front end developers, back end developers, mobile developers, graphic designers, UX + UI designers, data scientists, database administrators, tech journalists, product + project managers, IT professionals, full stack engineers, JavaScript, Ruby, Python, and Java programmers, social media professionals, marketing professionals, and more. PRESENTED BY is a recruiting platform that uses mini-mentoring to validate diverse and nontraditional technical talent allowing you to be intentional about inclusion and direct referrals. We make it easy for you to search by opt-in diversity data and by candidates that have been validated by your technical leaders.Video: TOUR PARTNERS TOUR ADVISORS Megan Smith, 3rd Chief Technology Officer, United States of America, Entrepreneur, Engineer, @smithmegan Khalilah Harris, Chief of Staff & VP, External Affairs, [email protected], @ed2befree Lateesha Thomas, Director, Partnerships & Corporate Training, Dev Bootcamp, @lateeshathomas Tom Ogletree, Director of Social Impact at General Assembly, @tom_ogletree

Oct 20, 2017 5:00 PM

We have GREAT news to share...Emerald Oaks has created an outdoor experience for just our older girls!!!  Our first annual Older Girl Event will be Friday to Sunday, October 20-22, 2017 at Camp Silver Springs just behind Camp Agnes Arnold. The cost is $20 per girl and $10 per adult. The cost includes patch and a lunch. Please choose from the 3 menu selections on the order form attached. ACTIVITY SELECTIONS: There are 6 amazing classes! Please pick 5. Canoe Archery Hiking Crafts Badge - Outdoor Art Badge Service/Turtle Time Outdoor Dinner Cooking will begin at 5:30PM on Saturday night! Only choose one session from the list below: Not Staying Dutch Oven Foil Packets Grill Vagabond Stove T-SHIRTS T-shirts can be purchased for an additional $10.00ea. Sizes 2XL and 3XL will be an additional $2.00.  T-shirt orders must be in no later than September 22, 2017. All paperwork is due at the October 9, 2017 Community Summit meeting. To reserve your overnight camp spot please visit the SignUpGenius Link below. Please consult with your troop leaders before reserving a spot for your daughters to prevent duplicate reservations. We know this will be a phenominal experience for our older girls. Our Service Project is TO BE ANNOUNCED... If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

Oct 28, 2017 6:00 PM

TICKETS ON SALE NOW / PHASE 2 LINEUP: 9/25Minimal Effort: All Hallow’s EveSaturday, October 28, 2017 from 6PM-2AM at Enox events, 4560 Worth St. Los Angeles, CA 90063PHASE 1:MK, Damian Lazarus, Dusky, Brodinski, Amine Edge & Dance, Behrouz, Human Resources + more TBAOutdoor and indoorDay into nightStay updated:

Oct 20, 2017 12:00 PM

Desert Escape 2017 3 day Art and Music Festival in the Mojave Desert, CA  KRAMER JUNCTION HIGHWAY 395   Exact location will be emailed to ticket holders 24 hours beore event  Main Stage: 48 Hours  non-stop Music  2nd Stage: DJ or Live Music/bands Lounge Area Live Artists Healing Sanctuaries Vendors: Vegan and 420friendly !! Camping Fire Performers Educational Work Shops  Morning Yoga class Guided Permaculture Tours GOOD VIBES!   When: October 20th-22nd  Located approximately 1 1/2 hours from Los Angeles area in the Mojave Desert 40 acres of private land with three stages food and entertainment . we will be camping out for THREE days in the beautiful desert, under the stars and sun and saturating ourselves in FUN !!!   Come to PARTY and stay to CAMP