NO MONDAY BEAVERS THIS YEAR
Thursday, June 30, 2016 7:00 PM
No monday Beavers this year
Camp Goodyear. A great weekend to enjoy the great outdoors.
Monday November 5, 2007
Tonight the new beavers (and Leaders) become full-fledged members of our beaver section. Bring a camera if you like. Happens at the end of the meeting. (7:45)
October 29, 2007
We are having our Halloween party at our next meeting in the gym! Beavers should wear their Halloween costumes. There will be treats and games for all! Come join in the fun!
New Scout Shop Info
Now located at:
265 Yorkland blvd
Hours: mon - fri 9-6 Sat - 10-4
Barrie Scout shop
4-556 Surme Drove.
May 17 6pm
Download: Download Flyer
Come and join the fun as we close out another successfull 5th Aurora Scouting Season.
BBQ, Games, Swim-ups, Promotions, and awards.
May 15 at 6:30 PM sharp
Download: Map to Safety Village
Tonight the kids will learn about community safety in a new way. The new safety village at Bruce's Mill provides a great way to involve kids the in lesson and have lots of fun. The Community Safety Village of York Region is an interactive miniature village where children can learn and experience valuable life saving lessons about staying safe in their communities.
Bruce's Mill is located east of Hwy. 404 on Stouffville Sideroad. Like all Beaver outings, parents must remain with thier kids.
May 8 7pm sharp
This event has proven to be one of the most exciting of the season. We meet at Stoikopolos Farms (located at Leslie and Bethesda- 13010 Leslie St - Park on bethesda next to the grey metal barn) where each beaver will get the chance to launch a model rocket high up into the sky. And then of course they have to run to go and get it. We'll have snacks and drinks. Again parents will need to be present for this event.
If it rains we will have to postpone until later in the week.
We challenge the local flora and fauna with an all-out survival - take no prisoners - full pack, forced march through the deep unforgiving under brush of the Aurora Forest. Well, actually it will be a leisurely stroll through Shepperds Bush but don't tell the kids that. Meet at the entrance off Mary Street. 7:pm Sharp. Drinks provided. Parents required to Stay.
Monday April 24
Mount up for our Annual Bike Rodeo. We use the name "Rodeo" but there will be no daredevil riders. Here we learn about bikes and bike safety and how to be a responsible biker. Bring your bike and helmet. Rain or shine.
Monday April 10, 2006
Tonight we meet at the Aurora Food Pantry
Please bring a donation of some non-perishable food items.
Site Location; Yonge St South of Wellington
Address; Old Post Office Building
15213 Yonge St
Aurora, ON L4G 1L8
Office Phone 905 841-1577
Monday, February 20, 2006 6:45 AM
The previously postponed movie night will be held tonight. Bring box car if it survived. Snacks and drinks provided.
Movie: Saw 2
(just kidding, don't know yet)
Apple Days are Here again!
Weekend Oct 13 to 15
Apple Day is a fun, major fundraiser for our scouting group. Our youth offer people in
our community apples and accept donations, which benefit our group directly.
Come out and be part of this important annual tradition.
FREE HOT CHOCOLOATE, HOT DOGS AND DRINKS FOR
WHEN? Thursday, October 13, 2005 – 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Friday, October 14, 2005 – 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 15, 2005 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WHERE? Youth meet at our headquarters at the south east corner of the No Frills
in the Aurora Shopping Plaza, Murray St. & Yonge St., Aurora. You can do this
during any of the times stated above. If your child is excited to participate, you can
even come more than once!
HOW? Your child will load up on apples, a money tin and thank you tags, and
then be assigned a location to distribute apples. Money tins must be returned to our
“headquarters” and children will then receive an Apple Day crest for their efforts.
• To bring a fruit basket to hold your apples and a polishing rag.
• All our youth and leaders must be in full uniform. We are representing our group
to the community and want to look our best.
• Please dress for the weather.
• Remind our scouts to use their best manners and to stay clear of storefront doors.
VOLUNTEERS: We need 2 parent volunteers for Thursday and Friday nights and 5 parent volunteers on
Saturday to help operate “headquarters” at No Frills. Please call Hawkeye at 416-526-0966 if you can help
No Meeting October 10 - Thanksgiving Day
Monday, October 10, 2005 7:00 PM
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 12:00 AM
The single most important of the only two fundraisers we have is Popcorn sales. Look for info at meetings and in email.