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Brownie Quest

Go on a Brownie Quest - led by the Brownie Elf herself! You'll learn all about the three keys to leadership and how to change the world with your Brownie friends.

This is a 7-session Journey, but could be modified to fit your troop’s needs.

Field Trip Ideas and More...

  • Go on your own quest, scavenger hunt or follow a map
  • Zoo
  • Park
  • Girl Scout Camp
  • Places where girls can do their take action project
  • More community partner links coming soon


 Community Programs

  • BrownieJuniorCadette

    Come learn about Natural Grocers, a company founded by a female who wanted to make big changes in the world for the health of her family, friends and everyone else she could reach. 

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  • Brownie

    Brownies can bond by creating something similar while they express their individuality to make “almost matching bracelets” that summoned the ELF.

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  • Brownie

    Girl Scouts, prior to attending this workshop, will research their family and bring photos or copies of family articles to include in a collage.  Be sure to know your Grandparents/Parents names!

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  • DaisyBrownieJuniorCadetteSenior

    We customize art workshops to support troops with Journeys, art badges, or one of a kind art experiences! We have a large variety of art options available and will work with you to customize a project just right for your troop!  Treehouse  Art Studio FUN PATCH  provided for each artist.

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  • Brownie

    The “I am my own superhero” rod puppet workshop is a great tie to the Brownie Quest workshop. Each participant will create a “selfie” rod puppet as our Brownies imagine what super power they would have and why.

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  • DaisyBrownieJuniorCadetteSeniorAmbassador

    ​After the Harvest volunteers help glean (harvest) excess fruits and vegetables that would otherwise go to waste from local farms and orchards and deliver the fresh, nutritious produce to food banks—like Harvesters—and food pantries to feed hungry families.

    Date: 10/10/2045
    Time: You Schedule It! June through November, for about three hours Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday mornings (some Sundays in the fall)—usually 7:30-10:30 a.m.—in the summer, with later start times in the fall.


Programming Ideas for Troop Meetings 
  • Make healthy snacks at troop meetings
  • Girls could learn letterboxing as part of this quest

Helpful Hints

  • Activities are dependent on parent support, use your parent network to help or modify the activities to meet the needs of your group
  • Use the writing activities in the book as information to make some troop collages to display at ceremonies
  • Each girl should have a copy of the Journey book    
  • The green boxes throughout the Facilitator Guide have great additional programming options