Events and Programming

Local SOKY Events


End of Year Potluck and Planning

May 26, 2024 @5:30pm

@ Camp Houchens

Registered Adults and their kids 

Please plan to join us and bring a dish to pass.  Any and all registered adults and their children are welcome to attend.  After we eat we will have a brief recap of the past year and go over ideas for next year.  What did we like, what could we have done better or different, what can we plan for the year ahead!  Be the first to know and also help us with some ideas!  While the adults talk and plan, the kids will have access to the playground (weather permitting) and various games to play, but they are also welcome to join in on the conversations.   #ItTakesAVillage!!! Please join us! 


Pollinator Garden Planting Day

June 2, 2024 @1pm - 4pm

@ Camp Houchens

All Ages 

Join us for a family-friendly volunteer opportunity at the Houchens Program Center on Sunday, June 2 from 1-4 p.m. Join us for all or part of the planting day. Local pollinators will thank you, and participating Girl Scouts receive a free patch! Learn more ->

Playground Playdate

June 3, 2024 @5:00pm - 6:30pm

@ Buchanon Park 9222 Nashville Rd

Playground Playdate

June 17, 2024 @5:00pm - 6:30pm

@ Kereiakes Park, 1220 Fairview Ave.



Playground Playdate

July 1, 2024 @5:00pm - 6:30pm

@ Basil Griffin, 2055 Three Springs Rd.

Playground Playdate

July 15, 2024 @5:00pm - 6:30pm

@ Lampkin Park Sprayground, 826 Woodway St.

Playground Playdate

July 29, 2024 @5:00pm - 6:30pm

@ Chaneys Dairy Barn, 9191 Nashville Rd.


STEM Badge Event

August 25th, 2024 @ TBD

@ Camp Houchens

Age levels TBD


 Holiday World & Splashin' Safari 

Saturday Sept. 7th, 2024

COST: $60 incl. lunch 

@ Santa Claus, IN

GSK Hosted Event

Girl Scouts from Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana are teaming up for an epic adventure at Holiday World & Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana! 🎉 Join us for Girl Scout Family Day filled with thrills and fun for the whole family! 🎢🌊 Tickets include access to both parks, a delicious buffet lunch, SWAP session, and special stations hosted by Holiday World's female leaders. Let's show our Girl Scout pride and represent Kentuckiana together! 💚 Learn more+register: 

Weekend Watersports 

Saturday Sept. 21st, 2024 

@ Camp Barren Ridge

GSK Hosted Event

Bridging and Rededication Ceremony

Sunday Sept. 22nd, 2024 @ 2pm

@ Camp Houchens

All Ages - Family Event


GSK Via Colori

October 19 & 20, 2024

@ The Big Four Lawn - (Riverfront Area Louisville)

GSK Hosted Event

Via Colori® Kentucky is a festival in which hundreds of artists, community organizations, vendors, and partners come together to host the most creative festival in Kentucky. Over 125 artists participate with the intent of making an artistic masterpieces on a large scale, directly on the sidewalks of Waterfront Park in Louisville.  We will have live music, vendors, family-friendly activities, a food court, bar and of course, street art.

Camp Creepy 

October ??, 2024

@ Camp Barren Ridge 


Houchens Camp Open House 

November ??, 2024

@ Camp Houchens


Annual Indoor Swim Party

January ??, 2025 

@ WKU Indoor Heated Pool


Intro to Crochet 

January 18th, 2025 

@ Camp Barren Ridge

GSK Hosted Event

 Winter Survival Weekend

January 18th, 2025 

@ Camp Barren Ridge

GSK Hosted Event


 Fanny Pack Day 

March 8th, 2025 

@ Camp Houchens

GSK Hosted Event

Girl Scout's Birthday - Skate Party 

March ??, 2025 

@ BG Skate


 Mammoth Cave Tour 

April 8th, 2025 

@ Mammoth Cave

GSK Hosted Event

Otherfurther awayGSK Council Listed Events

The events listed above are local events put on by either council or the local service unit volunteers.  For the listing of all events council-wide, please click here ---->  Check here often as new event are added frequently.  This is the most up-to-date resource for council listed events.  

Aviation Badge Day 

Sat. March 9, 2024 noon - 3pm  *event is in Louisville

Juniors thru Ambassadors

COST: $10 

See THIS FLYER for more info and to register. 

 Event registration ends on 2/28/2024

Please remind your Girl Scouts how important it is to give back to the community, “to help people at all times”, and to “make the world a better place”.  

Thank you for everything you do in our communities!

o   Caroling at nursing homes

o   Doing crafts with and visiting nursing home residents

o   Collecting canned goods for homeless shelters and food banks

o   Collecting or making blankets, hats, gloves, scarves for the homeless

o   Buying/collecting activity books and crayons for displaced children at shelters

o   Birthday-in-a-bag for community resource centers at schools

o   Pulling invasive plant species at Lost River Cave

o   Making Valentines or Christmas cards for nursing home residents

o   Washing windows for a Senior living complex

o   Serving at the local food bank

o   Make lap quilts for nursing home.

o   Collect items for local animal shelter / humane society

o   Volunteer at animal shelter

o   Sponsor a pet

o   Sponsor Christmas gifts at a nursing home

o   Sponsor Angel Tree

o   Get involved with local Veteran’s programs

o   Socks for seniors program

o   Toy collection for children’s hospital

o   Flag collection for proper retirement

o   Trash pickup at different areas (ex. lakeshore cleanup at Barren River or Troop meeting place)

o   Planting flowers at town squares

o   Building new fences for parks

o   Feminine hygiene products drive for schools, women’s shelters or public libraries

o   Volunteer (ex. Room at the Inn) or donate shelf stable bag lunches

Other ideas and resources may be found here.