Girl Scout Faire: Medieval Magic will be here before you know it! We've put together some information to help you prepare for a fun-filled weekend of sisterhood:
Frequently Asked Questions
Make sure you know what to bring, where to be, and how to get around the Fairgrounds. Check out the FAQs.
Site Orientation Booklet
All attendees must review the Site Orientation Booklet and complete the acknowledgment form on page 18 by May 1, 2019.
Remember: If you are camping with your troop, someone must have Blended Outdoor Skills training.
Tour the Fairgrounds
Leaders, parents, and volunteers are invited to join the Girl Experience Team for a tour of the Washington County Fairgrounds on April 20 from 9 am - 3 pm.
Dress to Impress Costume Contest
Girls and adults are encouraged to dress as their favorite valiant knight, medieval maiden, wizard, elf, or fairy while at Girl Scout Faire. During the weekend, Council staff will award prizes to "best dressed" attendees!
Complete your Background Check
All registered Girl Scout members should have updated background checks on file. If you’re bringing your family members who are not registered Girl Scouts, they must also complete a background check. Complete the background check.
Sweets & Treats: Girls who sold a total of $875 during the fall Sweets & Treats Program, earned two free tickets to Girl Scout Faire: Medieval Magic and a free Medieval Magic swag bag. Girls and their families were notified in 2018. For questions, contact the Faire team.
Girl Scout Cookie Program: Girls who sold 300 or more boxes during the initial order period earned access to the VIP area at Girl Scout Faire: Medieval Magic. An air conditioned area open from 10am-6pm, will have snacks and beverages, a craft area, mini-spa corner, and exclusive photo booth opportunity. Girls also receive a swag bag with:
- Sorcerer's Owl Pencil and Topper and Sharpener