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Community Partners

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.  This mission can only be accomplished with the support and assistance of many community partners.  As a integral part of the community, Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas is pround to partner with other youth-serving agencies, schools, businesses and individuals to provide opportunities to girls.

Displayed below are the partner events (Please note: as these are not programs offered by GSSWT, scholarships are not available):


Alcoa Plant Tour

Alcoa is the world’s leading integrated aluminum company, providing jobs to 61,000 employees across 31 countries. Since inventing the modern-day aluminum industry more than 120 years ago, Alcoa innovation has been behind major milestones in the aerospace, automotive, packaging, building and construction, commercial transportation, consumer electronics and industrial markets. Aluminum is infinitely recyclable and 75 percent of all aluminum ever produced is still in use today. The Alcoa plant is located at 1455 Old Corpus Christi Road, Elmendorf, 78112. If you are interested in a tour, contact Kathleen Kosub.

(210-635-6260/kathleen.kosub@alcoa.com)

Clay Casa

Please contact Clay Casa to arrange a time for your group to make some amazing art projects. When you are finished with your project, you can tour the work area and receive a Clay Casa Fun Patch (included in the price). Your group can choose from the projects below. Other projects are available by request.

Pottery Painting—Paint a mug, plate, bowl or two ornaments. We can teach you a special technique or you can paint your own design. Good for all ages. $14/person. Glass Fusing—Make a free-form glass pendant, a night light or a coaster. Best for older girls. $15-16/person.

Play with Clay—Learn how to make a piece from clay. We have several different projects from plaques to bowls. This project may take two sessions to complete. Good for all ages. $14/person. Mosaics—If you like puzzles, you’ll love mosaics. Many different projects to choose from. Good for all ages. Prices start at $20/person.

Place: 502 Embassy Oaks, Suite 107
San Antonio, Texas 78216  

Reservations required for groups of eight or more. 

Pottery Painting—Paint a mug, plate, bowl or two ornaments. We can teach you a special technique or you can paint your own design. Good for all ages. Projects start at $15/person.

Note: Most projects will take one hour to complete. Projects include: clay, pottery painting, or glass fusing. 

Outcomes: Girls gain practical life skills. Girls promote cooperation and team-building.  

Contact: 210-402-6656

 

Do you Know what happens at an animal shelter?

The San Antonio Humane Society (SAHS) offers a unique tour experience to Girl Scouts as the only organization to offer an in-depth glimpse into what happens to dogs and cats once they arrive to our shelter! As a tour participant, you will hear about what we do, how we do it and our multiple programs, not to mention, petting wonderful puppies and looking at sweet kittens! The tour covers all the stops a pet makes “behind the scenes”—from the receiving room to the surgery suite—before beginning a new life with their forever family.

Maximum Audience: 15 participants
Requirements: Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times (1 adult/two children)
Fee: Free
Duration: One hour
Registration: The SAHS offers these tours on a by-demand basis. Once you have a group of 15 (maximum) attendees, contact Lusia Montgomery, 210-226-7461 ext. 103/lmontgomery@SAhumane.org to coordinate a day/time.

Contact: Sara Phippen
210-226-7461 ext. 136
education@SAhumane.org

Drama Kids International

Creative thinkers will be our next generation of leaders in America. This acclaimed program encompasses a large volume of fun drama activities aimed at increasing confidence, self-esteem and verbal skills of all students. Enthusiastic participation is encouraged at all times.

Classes give mid-year parent demonstrations during the school year and perform a special scripted production at the end of each year for parents and friends. Above all, our classes are fun! For more than 20 years, this acclaimed program has been helping children and teens (3-18 years) to act confidently and speak clearly. Enthusiastic teachers and a dynamic learning environment motivate students to participate willingly and achieve their personal best, at all levels of development. For further information or to schedule a class, call 830-216-7222 or visit DramaKids.com/tx6.

Girl Scout Night at the Pumpkin Patch

The “Patch” is back! Ride the new cow train, plus enjoy fun games, a craft, mini pumpkin painting and a snack. Wear your costume (optional) and win a “ribbon” from our judges (each session). Bring your camera for individual or troop photos. New attendees for 2016 will learn the life-cycle of a pumpkin and how one little plant can help so many people. The Pumpkin Patch is a fundraising event for Mobile Loaves and Fishes, a non-profit organization which delivers regular meals to those living on the streets.  

Families please visit 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
on October 22, 23, 29 or 30

Date:   Thursday, October 20
Time:   5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Pick a starting time slot. Limit of 40 per time slot.

SLOT 1:  4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
SLOT 2:  5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
SLOT 3:  6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Place: The Pumpkin Patch

St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church
1602 Thousand Oaks
San Antonio, Texas 78232

Fee: $15/girl (includes fun patch, mini pumpkin, games, cow train ride (weather permitting) and snack.
Maximum: 120
Register: Must be registered 

Contact: Karen Bell
karen.s.bell@hotmail.com or 627-7032.  

Notes:  Must meet Girl Scout girl/adult ratio. No TAG-a-longs. 

Houston Zoo Wild Wink Overnights

Spend the night at the zoo for a fun-filled and totally unique after-hours experience! Overnights include hands-on activities, interactive games, flashlight tour of the zoo, pizza dinner, continental breakfast and a touchable animal experience. Badge Wild Winks include all of the above, plus participants will complete badge requirements. This community partner program is for Girl Scout Brownies (7 yrs+), Juniors, Cadettes and Seniors.

Place: Houston Zoo
6200 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, Texas 77030
(sleeping accommodations in Brown Education Center)

Time: All dates 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. the following morning
Fee: $60/person for regular overnights
Register: Pre-selected and private dates available, visit houstonzoo.org/overnights
Questions: 713-533-6500/education@houstonzoo.org 
Notes: While overnight experiences include touchable animals, fun activities and animal viewing, there are NO behind-the-scenes tours. This program takes place on zoo grounds, so please dress for the weather.

Jackson Nature Park

Jackson Nature Park is located between the cities of Floresville and Stockdale, adjacent to Cibolo Creek. This 50-acre park contains a natural surface trail system over one mile in length for hiking, bird watching and nature study. Enjoy the multitude of native plants, trees and animals that reside in this largely undisturbed natural area. In the spring, the park is adorned with many beautiful wildflowers, particularly in years that receive regular winter rains. Interesting geological features are also present, such as large sandstone outcroppings. Picnic tables and a restroom facility are available.

Admission to the park is $1/person and fees are collected on an honor-system basis.

Jackson Nature Park is located at Wilson County Road 401 at Cibolo Creek, is owned by Wilson County and is managed by the San Antonio River Authority. Daily hours are 8 a.m.-5p.m. For more information, contact Park Services Administration (210-302-3625/sara.tx.org).

Majestic Theatre

The historic Majestic Theatre offers a variety of entertainment possibilities. Group sales are available for many events. Contact the box office at 210-226-5967 to inquire about group sales. The Majestic Theatre is located at 226 E. Houston Street, San Antonio, 78205.

Please contact the Box Office at 210-226-5967 to inquire about group sales. 

Mitchell Lake-Audubon Society

The mission of the Mitchell Lake Audubon Center (MLAC) is to connect people with nature through conservation and community education focused on birds and their habitats.

Directions: Mitchell Lake Audubon Center is located at 10750 Pleasanton Rd. in San Antonio. The entrance gate to the center is located in south San Antonio, on Moursund Blvd. Take Loop 410, Exit 46, Moursund Blvd. and go south 0.7 mile. The gate is on the left.
Hours: 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Closed holidays. MLAC is open by appointment during the week. Please call 210-628-1639 to schedule an appointment.
Admission: $2/person entrance fee, children under age 5 are free; $5/person for tours and programs; MLAC members receive free admission and discounts on paid programs

Monster Golf

Looking for a fun and thrilling way to spend an evening? Come play glow-in-the-dark mini golf with your favorite monster! Monster Golf is an indoor 18-hole putt-putt golf course. This community partner program is for all Girl Scout families and friends. 

Place: 2267 NW Military Hwy
San Antonio, Texas 78213
Days/Times: Schedule by calling 210-979-8888
Fee: $8.99/Little Monsters
$9.99/Big Monsters

 

Morgan's Wonderland

Morgan’s Wonderland is a theme park featuring more than 25 acres of fun for everyone, regardless of age or ability. Take a train ride around our eight-acre lake and pass our rest areas reminiscent of Africa, Germany, Japan, Mexico and Italy. Hop on our Off-Road Adventure ride or experience our one-of-a kind carousel. Visit Sensory Village that offers interactive sensory adventure through the use of colors, lights, sounds and textures. Enjoy catch-and-release fishing from our Wharf. Your troop can enjoy our conveniently located concessions and vending areas, or you may bring your own cooler, food and drinks. Girl Scouts will each receive a GPS Adventure Band which enables you to check-in real time where your attendees are located. It also gives you the added value feature of receiving a picture to commemorate your time at some of the attractions at Morgan’s Wonderland.

Such pictures are sent to your email address. Girl Scouts also will receive a complimentary Morgan’s Wonderland patch. Troops may also take advantage of our sensitivity training by contacting Becky Lucci, Programs Director (210-637-3469/blucci@morganswonderland.com). This community partner program is for Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies and Juniors.

Place: Morgan’s Wonderland, 5223 David Edwards Drive, San Antonio, 78233 (located in northeast San Antonio near IH-35 at the intersection of Thousand Oaks Drive and Wurzbach Pkwy.) 
Days/Times: Girl Scout field trips may be scheduled during regular park hours. Visit morganswonderland.com for current days and times. 
Fees: 
Regular Park Admission 
$17/adult 
$11/children ages 3-10 
$9/ person for groups of 20 
Individuals with special needs: FREE 
Register: Call the reservations department at 210-495-5888 to schedule your troop visit. For sensitivity training, contact Becky Lucci (210-637-3469/reservations@spacecenter.org).

Ripley's Believe it or not! & Tussaud's Wax Works

Have a wildly adventurous night at the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! & Louis Tussaud’s Wax Works! Explore different themed sections in the Wax Museum—walk through the Freedom’s Journey section where you will discover 100 years of significant events all portrayed in a 66-foot hand- painted wall mural interspersed with wax figures. Stroll through the Children’s Land of Make Believe section where you will see Sleeping Beauty, Little Miss Muffett, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, and much more! Enter “if you dare” the Horror Section for the not-too-faint at heart. Many more sections can be discovered as well. Be “wowed” by the amazing exhibits in one of the largest, newest and most interactive Ripley’s in the United States. View historical objects to include: 3,500 pounds of the actual Berlin Wall along with documentary footage; see up close the car that Lee Harvey Oswald rode in the day he assassinated President Kennedy; be in the “Titanic” as you explore facts and view a Titanic movie. Take a walk on “the wild side” in our vortex tunnel. “Ride the movies” and “experience the thrills” in our new Ripley’s Moving Theater 4D. Our state-of-the-art motion simulator shows two short films. Fun and full of adventure!!

Place: Ripley’s Believe It or Not! & Louis Tussaud’s
Wax Works, 301 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas 78205

For special group pricing please call 210-224 9299/ sanantonio@ripleys.com

Girl Scouting and the Religious Community Working Together
Girl Scouting and the Religious Community Working Together 
Historically, Girl Scouting has been committed to diversity, religious and otherwise and a rich tapestry of religious beliefs is reflected in the Girl Scout membership. 
 
Statement of Belief
We, the members of Girl Scouts of the United States of America, united (by a belief in God and) by acceptance of the Girl Scout Promise and Law do dedicate ourselves to the purpose of inspiring girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism and service that they may become happy and resourceful citizens. We believe that the motivating force in Girl Scouting is a spiritual one. We affirm that the Girl Scout Movement shall ever be open to all girls and adults who accept the Girl Scout Promise and Law. -Excerpt from Preamble, Constitution of Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.
Realizing the benefits of collaboration with Girl Scouting, many faith based groups have developed religious award activities that encourage Girl Scouts to become stronger members of their faith. 
 
Benefits of Working Together
The Girl Scout Promise and Law reflect that we are a spiritually-based organization. We are non-denominational, though the values we endorse are universal -- for example, respecting oneself and others and making the world a better place. In working with her faith group, a Girl Scout reinforces her commitment to her faith. At the same time, religious groups strengthen their connection to girls, their families and youth in their communities.
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

There are 401 national parks in the United States and San Antonio Missions National Historical Park is the national park in your own backyard!

The National Park Service has many programs for Girl Scouts, ranging from nationwide to park specific. These on-going, free programs are for all levels of Girl Scouts and can be completed by a troop or individual girls. Park staff can also help with Journeys and other troop projects.

Contact the park at 210-534-8833 for more information on their FREE 2016 Fall Events.

 

San Antonio Zoo

Looking for a fun way to learn about animals or nature? Choose an adventure! Girl Scouts will work with zoo educators to complete badge or patch requirements and gain insight into the animals. Programs include hands-on activities, hikes through the zoo and up-close animal presentations. Participants are welcome to explore the zoo after the program. This community partner program is for Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies and Juniors. 

Place: 3903 N. St. Mary’s
San Antonio, Texas 78212

Fee:
To qualify for the group rate, you must have 20 or more people in your group. Group tickets must be purchased at the same time.
Group Rates:
Adults:
$13/per person
Children (3-11 years): $10.25 per person
Contact: sazoo-aq.org/210-734-7184

 

Sharkey's Cuts for Kids-Glamour Workshop

Enjoy an hour of fun in a glamour room decorated with hot pink walls, zebra couches and Hollywood lights! Learn the proper techniques of braiding hair and polishing fingernails. And learn a fun dance that will be performed as a group at the end of the hour. Earn a special Sharkey’s patch and go home with a mini-mani ring as well as a group picture of the event. Snacks provided. (Format will be tailored according to age of girls.) This community partner program is for Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors.

Days/Times:  Monday-Thursday, 4:30 p.m. until close
Places:
Sharkey’s Cuts for Kids, 18402 Hwy 281 North, Suite 109, San Antonio, 78259—210-496-9200 
Sharkey’s Cuts for Kids, 11398 Bandera Rd, Suite 305, San Antonio, 78250—210-745-2866
Fee: $10/girl
Minimum: 4 girls
Maximum: 20 girls Outcomes: Girls gain practical life skills. Girls promote cooperation and team building.

Silver Lining Patch Program

Through Silver Lining, love, kindness and caring are ageless. Silver Lining is a program of the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities Services (DADS) that promotes volunteer involvement with the residents of Texas’ long-term care facilities to enrich their lives. Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas is one of six councils in the state of Texas encouraging girls to participate in the Silver Lining program. On average, 50% of Texas nursing home residents don’t have families or surviving spouses, and about 60% have no regular visitors. With your help, Girl Scouts can make a gallant effort to break this cycle of loneliness.

For more information contact Becky Jennings or see the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities Services Web site atdads.state.tx.us/volunteer/silverlining/index.html.

Spa Nights at Origins

Relax and experience one of our signature spa facials with makeup application. Origins creates high-performance, natural skin care that is powered by nature and proven by science. We are a company that wants to show you that there is a natural way to take care of your skin. Enjoy our exclusive pampering experience at La Cantera! 

Place: Origins @ The Shops at La Cantera
15900 La Cantera Pkwy #3360
San Antonio, Texas 78260
Reservations: Call 210-694-2185
Outcomes: Girls gain practical life skills.

Space Center Houston | Girl Scout Camp-Ins

Space Center Houston’s Scout Camp-Ins give your Girl Scout an out-of-this-world opportunity to explore space science. Girls will conduct hands-on activities to help them earn their space and science-related badges. All camp-ins include dinner, an evening of activities, snack, a campsite inside the center, breakfast, a large-screen film in the Northrop Grumman theater, a private tram tour and 2nd day admission to Space Center Houston’s one-of-a-kind exhibits. Don’t let your girls miss this awesome opportunity! 

Location: Space Center Houston
(Official Visitor Center for Johnson Space Center)
1601 NASA Parkway, Houston, Texas 77058
Datas: All dates are 5 p.m., Friday/Saturday to 8:45 a.m., Saturday/Sunday
Fee: $55/girl, $25/adult (within a 1:4 ratio)
$55/additional adult
Outcomes: Girls seek challenges in the world. Girls develop critical thinking. 

Girl Scout Brownies- Home Scientist: It’s Your World – Change It!

Find out about the science all around you, it’s everywhere. Be a kitchen chemist and see how we can use liquid nitrogen to make ice cream. Dive into density and make something bubble up. You will take home your very own Martian Slime. Finally discover how static electricity works and make your hair dance just like the astronauts’ hair on the space station.

Girl Scout Juniors- ENERGIZE: It’s your Planet – Love It!

Get moving! and transform your energy from Potential into Kinetic. Discover what creates light pollution and learn how to make your own nano flashlight. Make the wind work for you when you transform wind power into chemical energy that can power your home. And finally investigate different forms of energy with the help of our van-de-graaff machine and energy show.

Girl Scout Cadettes- Create your own Badge – Space Scientist

Find out what it takes to live among the stars and discover fun facts about the Space Station, and what astronauts need to do to survive in space. Re-Hydrate with science and learn what happens to the body with too much sugar and not enough water. 

A.N.T.S. on mars! Make them work for you when you recover key components from the surface. Team-work is the key.

 

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Tour

Hear and see just what goes into the manufacturing of the Toyota Tundra and Tacoma as they roll off the line each day. Toyota’s friendly tour guides will take you through 2.2 million square feet of the facility. Throughout the tour, your guide will point out the foundations of the world-renowned Toyota Productions System, as well as give your insight to the line side processes of the TMMTX team members. This community partner program is for Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors six years of age and older.

Times/Registration: Complimentary tours are conducted. Times and days vary.  The tours last approximately 1.5 hours from entry to exit-they are very popular and a reservation is required. You may make or change your reservation at toyotatexas.com or call the Visitor Center at 210-263-4002.

Place: Toyota Texas Manufacturing
1 Lone Star Pass, San Antonio, Texas 78264
Fee: FREE
Notes: Tag-a-longs are welcome but must be at least six years of age and under the supervision of an adult/guardian. Visitors must present a valid photo ID before starting the tour. Camera phones, cameras, handbags, book bags, briefcases, purses and backpacks are not allowed on the tour. 

 

Woodlawn Theatre: Broadway Bound Girl Scouts

Earn your theatre badge at Historic Woodlawn Theatre!  Woodlawn theatre is located at 1920 Fredericksburg Rd., San Antonio, 78201. The Woodlawn’s badge programs for Girl Scouts meet the requirements of leveled badges and are designed to give scouts a fabulously fun introduction to theatre as an art form. All programs include a musical theatre workshop, back stage tour, a look at theatrical design for props, set, costumes, makeup, lights and sound. 

Contact: Woodlawn Theatre at 210-267-8388.

TheDoSeum

The DoSeum (The-Doo-See-Um) is San Antonio’s only museum just for children where kids learn by doing, creating and tinkering—instead of just looking and listening. Through joyful learning and discovery, The DoSeum grows minds, connects families and transforms communities. It also serves as a premier educational resource by developing innovative thinkers capable of meeting today’s challenges.

Place: 2800 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas 78209
Contact:   Lliana at 210-572-0612
Group rates available. Please call.

Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas Interfaith Committee

The GSSWT Interfaith Committee provides information to the Community Interfaith Coordinators about all faith communities Religious Award programs and promotes girl and adult involvement with the Religious Award programs. In addition, the committee assists with presentations about the Religious Awards programs and encourages the observance of Girl Scout Sabbath/Girl Scout Sunday in local faith congregations. Council-wide events are planned for girls to learn more about faith communities in our area and to support Girl Scout Sabbath/Girl Scout Sunday.

Interested in finding out more?  

The following individuals may be contacted for assistance:
Individual Contact Information Jan DeHaven, Interfaith Committee Chair, volunteer j.dehav@hotmail.com, Patsy Pelton, Catholic Committee chair, atpandascout@sbcglobal.net or Becky Jennings, Director of Program, (General Information) bjennings@girlscouts-swtx.org

 

San Antonio Aquarium

The San Antonio Aquarium welcomes families to enjoy an immersive interactive experience! Sea to Believe as we connect children and families to the planet, ranging from our rainforests and deserts to the exotic species of ocean. Family activities in San Antonio include hand feeding sharks, stingrays, birds, and tropical animals. Fun children activities include feeding and touching crocodiles, holding slithering snakes, or even taking a selfie with one of our exotic large breed birds. The San Antonio Aquarium opens eyes of discovery in a family friendly environment, creating fun things to do in San Antonio. We provide San Antonio’s children and families fun access to the excitement and learning of the planet without a long trip to the coast. Watch jellyfish gently float and glow, admire families of seahorses playing or our Giant Pacific Octopus snack on crawfish – fed by guests! The aquarium offers multiple educational programs and activities for kids in San Antonio. A favorite children’s activity is our Morning Rounds for aspiring aquarists or those who just love animals.

Place: 6320 Bandera Rd.
San Antonio, Texas 78238
Ticket prices vary. 
For more information: 
www.sanantonioaquarium.net
210-310-3210

San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Girl Scout Day

What does it take to be a real-life cowgirl? Wonder what it would be like to live on a farm? The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo features these answers plus many more fun-filled activities for the whole family! Girls will have the unique opportunity to experience this San Antonio tradition through a Girl Scout scavenger hunt on the rodeo grounds. Girls can also explore many of the educational exhibits such as the Rodeo Hall of Fame, Animal Adventures, HEB Discovery Exhibit, Little Hands on the Farm and Horse Show. After “scouting” out the correct answers, everyone will receive a commemorative patch! Admission also includes a family-friendly rodeo performance and concert at 1 p.m. So pull on your boots, grab your cowboy hat and join us for this jam packed western adventure! This event is for all Girl Scout families and friends. 

Date: Sunday, February 12
Time: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. 
(rodeo performance begins at 1 p.m.) 
Girl Scouts will have a booth from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Place: San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo
3201 East Houston Street
San Antonio, Texas 78219 

Fee: $15/person or $27/person—ages 3 and up (includes admission, rodeo performance ticket); children under 2 are free (subject to availability) 

Contact: For ticket information please contact: Patti Martin at patti@sarodeo.com or 210-255-5851. Patches available for purchase for $3 per patch. Contact Becky Jennings.

 

Silver Lining Patch Program

Through Silver Lining, love, kindness and caring are ageless. Silver Lining is a program of the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities Services (DADS) that promotes volunteer involvement with the residents of Texas’ long-term care facilities to enrich their lives. Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas is one of six councils in the state of Texas encouraging girls to participate in the Silver Lining program. On average, 50% of Texas nursing home residents don’t have families or surviving spouses, and about 60% have no regular visitors. With your help, Girl Scouts can make a gallant effort to break this cycle of loneliness. 

Contact: Becky Jennings, 210-319-5775 ext. 411
Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities Services

Texas State Park

Nature Rock’s – Texas Children in Nature

Kids and Families Who Play and Explore in Nature are Healthier, Happier and Smarter.

We envision that all Texas children and their families will spend more time outdoors, engaged in nature for a healthier and happier life.  Nature Rocks Texas is one of our tools that we designed in partnership with our regional collaboratives and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to help connect families to nature in their communities. Research shows that children today are spending between 7-11 hours per day indoors, sedentary with media and only minutes per day playing outdoors.  This disconnection with nature has ill effects on children and adults such as a rise in obesity, diabetes, depression, near-sightedness and attention deficit disorder.  The good news is this is a solvable problem!  Our 300 plus partners around state are working hard to create access to nature, develop curriculum that teaches kids about their natural world and helping break down the barriers that disconnect families from nature.  We now know that children and families who play and learn in nature are Healthier, Happier and Smarter. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department supports the work of Texas Children in Nature to connect more children and families with nature.  

Our mission is to manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas and to provide hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. We provide access to nature through our state parks, state natural areas and wildlife management area, and we create outdoor opportunities for families with our outreach and education programs.  

For more information visit TexasChildreninNautre.org

2016 Spurs Sports and Entertainment Events

San Antonio Spurs Girl Scout Night
The San Antonio Spurs and Girl Scouts are teaming up to bring you an exciting night of entertainment! There will be a variety of activities on this night in conjunction with the Spurs game. Receive your official San Antonio Spurs Girl Scout patch and ask for details on how to be a part of our Spurs Fan Tunnel! In addition, Spurs Courtside Experience will be available for the will be available for the Girl Scouts who sign up and we will have post-game free throws for all Girl Scouts in attendance.  Bring your group out, enjoy a great night of fun and cheer on your San Antonio Spurs.

Date: TBA
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: AT&T Center, One AT&T Center Parkway
San Antonio, Texas 78219 
Fee: Special pricing for Girl Scouts; call now to reserve your early bird tickets with our exclusive rate.
Register: Contact Nancy Gonzales (210-444-5682/ ngonzales@attcenter.com) to order tickets to this game. Tickets are limited and will not last, so please order early!

San Antonio Rampage Girl Scout Night 
The San Antonio Rampage and Girl Scouts are teaming up to bring you an exciting night of entertainment this spring! Bring your group out; receive your Girl Scout fun patch, enjoy a pre-game skate and cheer on your San Antonio Rampage! 

Date: Saturday, January 14
Place: AT&T Center, One AT&T Center Parkway
San Antonio, Texas 78219
Fee: Call for exclusively priced early bird tickets for Girl Scouts for this event. Fan experiences are filling up fast!
Register: Contact Lindsay Petrone (210-444-5615/ petrone@attcenter.com) to order tickets to this game. Tickets are limited and will not last, so please order early.




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