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    • Camporee

    • A camporee is a local or regional gathering of Scouting units for a period of camping and common activities. Similar to a camporee, a jamboree occurs less often and draws units from the entire nation or world. The Pathfinder Club also promote large camps called "camporees". These camporees are divided into three level ... Read »


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    • Fellsman

    • The Fellsman is an annual organised walk and fell race of about sixty miles in the Yorkshire Dales from Ingleton to Threshfield. The event was devised by Don Thompson and the Brighouse District (Brigantes) Rover Crew and the first hike was held in 1962, with the route then running in the opposite direction from th ... Read »


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    • Florida National High Adventure Sea Base

    • Florida National High Adventure Sea Base

      Bless the creatures of the Sea Bless this person I call me Bless the Keys you made so grand Bless the sun that warms the land Bless the fellowship we feel as we gather for this meal Amen The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base is a high adventure program base run by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) in the Florida ... Read »


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    • Four Inns Walk

    • Four Inns Walk

      The Four Inns Walk is a hiking event held annually over the high moorlands of the Northern Peak District. It takes place mainly in Derbyshire (though it starts in Yorkshire and, near the end, makes a short detour into Cheshire), in northern England. It is organised by the Scout Association. It is a competitive event, w ... Read »


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    • Gang Show

    • A Gang Show is a theatrical performance by youth members of Scouts and Guides. Some Gang Shows have leaders of Scouts and Guides on stage too. Leaders, youth members and parents help behind the scenes. The aim is, through performance, to empower young people to make a positive contribution to society. The production t ... Read »


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    • Guiding 2010 Centenary

    • Guiding 2010 Centenary

      The Guiding 2010 Centenary consisted of celebrations around the world in which Girl Guides and Girl Scouts celebrated 100 years of the world Guide and Scout movement. It took place over three years, 2010-2012, reflecting the founding dates of many World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts member organisations. ... Read »


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    • High adventure programs of the Order of the Arrow

    • The Order of the Arrow in the Boy Scouts of America, in its focus on service, contains four different high adventure programs at the national level that focus on conservation. These programs occur at the four national high adventure bases that the Boy Scouts own. They are only open to youth aged 14 to 20, with specific ... Read »


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    • Jamboree (Scouting)

    • In Scouting, a jamboree is a large gathering of Scouts who rally at a national or international level. The 1st World Scout Jamboree was held in 1920, and was hosted by the United Kingdom. Since then, there have been twenty three World Scout Jamborees, hosted in various countries, generally every four years. The 24th W ... Read »


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    • Klondike derby

    • Klondike derby

      A Klondike derby is an annual event held by some Boy Scouts of America and Scouts Canada districts during the winter months and is based on the heritage of the Klondike Gold Rush. BSA units have been running Klondike derbies since 1949. The event varies by district, but the typical Klondike derby consists of several s ... Read »


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    • Kon-Tiki (Scouting)

    • Kon-Tiki refers to one of the three annual raft-building competitions, held in South Africa (Cape Town and Gauteng by Scouts South Africa) and Australia (by Scouts Australia). Named after Thor Heyerdahl's Kon-Tiki expedition of 1947, teams compete to build and live on a raft for a weekend. Support crew or "Land-Crew" ... Read »


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    • List of New Zealand Rover Moots

    • There have been 75 National Rover Moots in New Zealand. The first was the Dominion Rover Scout Moot at New Brighton Racecourse, Christchurch in 1936 although there was a North island Moot in 1935. List based on the New Zealand Badgers Club "The Histories Book: A History of New Zealand Scout District Badges" 4th Editio ... Read »


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    • Mackinac Rendezvous

    • Mackinac Rendezvous' is a BSA event, that takes place on a weekend in September, every other year, since 1987, in the Mackinac region of Michigan. The Boy Scouts at the Mackinac Rendezvous XIV (2013) set a world record for the most people posed in the shape of a symbol. 1132 people formed the shape the Fleur-de-lis. ... Read »


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    • Michigan International Camporee

    • Michigan International Camporee

      The Michigan International Camporee is a camporee attended by Scouts from the United States, Canada and other counties. It is hosted by the Michigan Crossroads Council of the Boy Scouts of America and is recognized by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM). The theme is international friendship and fellows ... Read »


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    • National Eagle Scout Day

    • National Eagle Scout Day

      Eagle Scout is the highest achievement or rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The designation "Eagle Scout" was founded over one hundred years ago. Only four percent of Boy Scouts are granted this rank after a lengthy review process. The requirements necessary to achieve this ... Read »


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    • Northern Tier National High Adventure Bases

    • Northern Tier National High Adventure Bases

      The Northern Tier National High Adventure Bases are a collection of high adventure bases run by the Boy Scouts of America in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Minnesota, Ontario's Quetico Provincial Park and Canadian Crown Lands, Manitoba's Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park and points beyond. Northern Tier ... Read »


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    • Outward Bound Costa Rica

    • Outward Bound Costa Rica

      Outward Bound Costa Rica (OBCR) (formerly known as "Costa Rica Rainforest Outward Bound School" or CRROBS) is a non-profit experiential learning/ outdoor education organization based in San José, Costa Rica. It is a charter of Outward Bound International (OBI). Learning through experience was the philosophy of ... Read »


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    • Pinewood derby

    • Pinewood derby

      The pinewood derby is a racing event for Cub Scouts in the Boy Scouts of America. Cub Scouts, with the help of parents, build their own cars from wood, usually from kits containing a block of pine, plastic wheels, and metal axles. With the popularity of the pinewood derby, other organizations have developed similar eve ... Read »


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    • Raingutter regatta

    • Raingutter regatta

      The raingutter regatta is a racing event for Cub Scouts in the Boy Scouts of America that is the sailboat equivalent of the pinewood derby. The sailboat kit consists of a seven-inch (178 mm) long balsa wood hull, a 6-1/2 inch mast, plastic sail, plastic rudder, and metal keel. Within the basic design rules, Scouts a ... Read »


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    • Scouting 2007 Centenary

    • Scouting 2007 Centenary

      The Scouting 2007 Centenary comprised celebrations around the world in which Scouts celebrated 100 years of the world Scout movement. The original celebrations were focused on the United Kingdom, such as the camp on Brownsea Island, the birthplace of Scouting, and the 21st World Scout Jamboree in Chelmsford, Essex. Na ... Read »


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    • Space derby

    • Space derby

      The space derby is a racing event for Cub Scouts in the Boy Scouts of America that is similar to the pinewood derby car race. Cub Scouts (the young-age division of the Boy Scouts of America) race miniature balsa wood rockets that are propelled by a rubber band and propeller. The space derby kit consists of a balsa ... Read »


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    • Summer camp

    • Summer camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted during the summer months in some countries. Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers. This is not to be confused with summer school, which is usually a required academic curriculum for a student to make up work not accom ... Read »


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    • Three Towers Hike

    • Three Towers Hike

      The Three Towers Hike is a Scouting-organised, downland hiking competition held annually in early Spring covering footpaths in West Berkshire and South Oxfordshire. It is organised by a team of scout leaders from Reading Central, Loddon, Taceham Hundred and Pang Valley Scout Districts, all of which are within the Scout ... Read »


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    • Tri-Zone

    • The National Triathlon or Tri-Zone is a relatively new event for Venture Scouts, that was run for the first time in September 2005. In this physical challenge teams of two people from a Venture Group complete a set course combining rafting, cycling and mountaineering. Each team consists of two Ventures, who must ... Read »


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    • Valley Forge Pilgrimage

    • Valley Forge Pilgrimage

      The Valley Forge Pilgrimage and Encampment is the oldest annual Scouting event in the World. It was first held on February 22, 1913 (George Washington's 181st birthday), and has been held every year since. The event is hosted by the Cradle of Liberty Council and commemorates the soldiers of the Continental Army who bra ... Read »


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    • Wood Badge

    • Wood Badge

      Wood Badge is a Scouting leadership programme and the related award for adult leaders in the programmes of Scout associations throughout the world. Wood Badge courses aim to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to the Scout movement. Courses generall ... Read »


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    • World Scout Indaba

    • World Scout Indaba

      The World Scout Indaba was a gathering of Scout Leaders from around the world. Created at the 1949 12th World Scout Conference in Elvesæter, Norway where The Boy Scouts Association of the United Kingdom submitted that of the great number of Scouters working in a Pack, Troop or Crew, only a very small percentage were ... Read »


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    • World Scout Moot

    • World Scout Moot

      The World Scout Moot is a gathering of older Scouts, mainly Rover Scouts, ages 18–26 (although there was no upper age limit for the earlier Moots) from all over the world. Moots are held every four years and are organized by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM). The original name was World Rover Mo ... Read »


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    • World Scout Winter Games

    • The World Scout Winter Games is an international winter sports event for Scouts. The First World Scout Winter Games was held at Kandersteg International Scout Centre between February 28 and March 3, 2008. Nine teams, representing eight countries participated. The events included cross country skiing, curling, slal ... Read »


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    • World Thinking Day

    • World Thinking Day, formerly Thinking Day, is celebrated annually on 22 February by all Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. It is also celebrated by Scout and Guide organizations and some boy-oriented associations around the world. It is a day when they think about their "sisters" (and "brothers") in all the countries of th ... Read »


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