We offer many flexible ways for girls to be a part of Girl Scouts. A series is a 6-10 session themed program. At Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines, we offer series programming in the spring and fall at schools and other community locations.

Learn more about Girl Scouts in ACTION, our afterschool series for girls in kindergarten through Grade 5.

Past Girl Scouts in ACTION Site hosts: 


United Methodist Church
Red Lake Elementary
Ponemah Elementary


Myers-Wilkins Elementary
Laura MacArthur Elementary
Boys & Girls Club, Dave Goldberg Branch

St. Cloud are

Cold Spring Elementary
Madison Elementary
Eastside Boys & Girls Club
Southside Boys & Girls Club (grades K-3)
Lincoln Elementary
Roosevelt Boys & Girls Club
Discovery Elementary
Oak Ridge Elementary
Southside Boys & Girls Club (grades 4-5)
Mississippi Heights Elementary
Westwood Elementary



Want Girl Scouts in ACTION in YOUR town?

We are looking for schools, community organizations, and Service Units to partner with us to bring this program to more locations.  We offer support and training for your volunteers, as well as publicity, supplies, and curriculum activities with correlated step-by-step facilitator booklets.


For more information, or to get started, contact us today!  email |  320-252-2952.


Days she’ll remember all her life

Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines events, camp, and travel pathways offer flexible ways to participate in Girl Scouts.

The experience can be as individual as each girl. Girl Scout troops are still the most common (and recognized) form of Girl Scouting. But with today’s Girl Scouts, girls can choose to participate in all events and activities individually or with their troop.

Getting started. Below you’ll find the Program Events and Activities guide for 2014-15.  Click on the image to view/download/print the guide. When you find the activity that interests your daughter (and she meets the age requirement) simply complete the registration form and send it to our Waite Park office.  You can check availability on our Program Status Report (updated weekly).  NEW!  Online program registration is now available.


Quick links: Registration form | Scholarship Form | Register Online

Featured Event: Tap to Table

Running Sap is cause for celebration in the Northland Sugarbush!  Did you know it takes 40-45 gallons of sap to make just one gallon of the delicious sweet stuff we love on pancakes and waffles – Maple Syrup ?!


There are at least one hundred species of maple trees in the world.  Fourteen are native to the United States, and in Minnesota four species are used for producing maple syrup!  They include Sugar, Red, and Silver Maples, as well as Box Elders.


The sap flows early in the spring when the daytime temperatures rise above freezing and drop back down below freezing at night.  In our region that could be anytime from mid to late February through March and early April.


Identify, tap and boil down your own maple syrup at our upcoming program Tap to Table!  Try your hand at making hard maple candy/taffy and earn a fun patch after attending this SWEET program.  Consider staying overnight on Friday or Saturday and enjoy a Ojibwe inspired meal and learn about the traditions during this time of spring renewal.  Find all the details on page 7 of the Program Guide, and sign up today!

Thank you to our 2015 Event Sponsors!



Newly-added programs:

Saturday, May 2, 2015


9:30 AM to 5:00 PM

University of Wisconsin, Superior
Have you been to our newest signature event?

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Does your daughter want to travel? Many Girl Scouts do. When they see and experience new things, it’s an adventure they’ll never forget! Check out travel options closer to home in the Program Guide.

In addition the the Lakes and Pines sponsored travel, girls may also wish to:

  • Check out Girl Scout Destinations (A Destination is a nationally sponsored trip exclusively designed for Girl Scouts. After reviewing the Destination options, send in your application by November 1 to the Program Specialist at GSMWLP’s Waite Park Regional Center.)
  • Plan a trip with their Girl Scout troop. Adults, Volunteer Essentials’ Appendix for Travel Volunteers has important information about planning trips and travel with girls.

Short Trip Application        Extended Trip Application

2015-2017 Travel Opportunities

Are you currently planning how to use your Girl Scout Cookie proceeds? Ever consider a council-sponsored trip in your goals? You could go on a service learning trip to Costa Rica, do some camping in the Black Hills, or take in a luau in Hawaii! Click here to view a flyer with all our 2015-2017 Lakes and Pines trips–share your favorites with your friends and sign up today!


Sign up early to reserve a space and be a part of the planning process!  Please see the Program Status Report (updated weekly) to check availability.

Council Sponsored Trips 2013-14

 Chicago Fountain group


The 2013-14 membership year saw our Girl Scouts going to lots of exciting destinations, like Duluth, Chicago, New York City, and Salt Lake City!  We hope to see you on one of our upcoming trips!


Travel Opportunities through GSMWLP in 2015, 2016, and 2017


Registration Form