Roundtable is a meeting on the third Thursday of every month for Scout leaders and anybody wishing to learn more about Scouting and upcoming events. We highly encourage all Scouting leaders to come. There are breakouts sessions for each level of scouting and a general session for all to attend. The premise is to learn from other scouting leaders that have already been or are going through the program and ask the questions you may have. It is a great opportunity to find out what events are going on in the Council and District for units and their families.
Melbourne Church of Christ 810 W Hollywood Blvd West Melbourne
Cost $10.00 for one night $15.00 for two nights per person.
Who: Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, American Heritage, and Trail Life. (Scouts BSA: use a different registration)
What is provided:
Friday and Saturday Stroll. We will be strolling on Friday this year as well. We know that not all of you will be able to set up before 5pm on Friday so we are working with the park to have the back gate open for you to use on Friday night only.
The Youth Area at Wickham Park for Friday night, Saturday all day and night and Sunday. Bathrooms, access to the serving area, access to the fire pit. Saturday during the day we will offer Archery and Bb’s for an additional $2.00 per person who wants to shoot.
All youth must attend with an adult either a parent or unit leader.
No smoking or alcohol in the youth area.
NO DRIVING will be allowed at all from 5 pm until 10:30 pm Friday and Saturday night. THIS RULE IS STRICTLY ENFORCED, due to the number of customers in the park walking. It is very important that you understand there is no driving in the park at night from 5pm until 10:30pm.
Campsites are not assigned, you will pick out your site first come first served. No cars will be allowed to park in the youth area you must park in the parking lot outside the gate.
Campfires are only permitted in the fire pit located in the center of the youth area, and must be monitored by an adult.
Each unit is expected to inform their families of these rules and to follow the BSA Guide to Safe Scouting and Youth Protection. Girl Scouts are expected to follow their Safety Wise rules as well.
For questions contact Sally at 321-720-4109 or Fnnayllas@aol.com
Riverside District Pioneering under the Lights Camporee
Dec 3,4 and 5 2021
Space Coast Lightfest 2500 Parkway Melbourne Fl 32935
Time to show off your creativity and pioneering skills!!!
This camporee you will set up a pioneering “gateway” that will be judged by the public. You are encouraged to make your display interactive and use Christmas Lights to let it shine!!
Friday night you can arrive anytime before 4:30 NO CARS will be allowed to drive into the park after 4:30 (It is Stoll weekend and this willbe enforced no exceptions) You will be able to drive again after pm.
Saturday you will be assigned your area to set up your display. It should be ready to go no later than 2pm. You can “man” your display or not it is up to you.However this is a great opporttunity to recruit new youth into your unit!! You cannot sell or give away food or water. (Those units assigned to Lightfest on Saturday will be able to use thier display as their concession stand) . The public will be asked to vote on their favorite Scout Display..
Sunday; Scouts own and head home.
Important things to note:
NO DRIVING IN THE PARK AT ALL FRIDAY OR SATURDAY FROM 4:30 TO 10 PM
There will be other people camping in the youth area. All registered leaders and youth in your unit can camp with you. All others will need to register for that Stroll Weekend Campout. Your unit and your youth will have their camping fee covered by the Program Fee. Webelos and Arrow of Lights must also register through the Stroll Weekend Campout.
You will need to supply your own gateway supplies. We do have a limited number of string lights and extension cords that you can borrow.