Packs are invited to bring any and all Cub Scouts . . . Packs should plan on preparing a skit and/or a song (preferably one of each) to share with the Cub Scout community. All boys are encouraged to participate, but if some in your pack just want to watch, that’s ok too — as long as some of your pack prepare at least one song or skit. Please share this with your den leaders and with parents — we’re hoping for a HUGE crowd!
Those wishing to attend the camp fire and sleep over have 2 options:
Option 1: Should arrive at 1200 noon to set up camp and have already eaten their lunches.
1230-430pm will be scout activities and games including basketball, gaga, playground free play and more. Those attending this camp out it will have a great scouting experience and a chance to connect themselves to other local scouts not from their home towns and camp somewhere different. It requires only siging up, and its totally free aside from food.
500pm will be dinner ,Hamburgers and hot dogs with sides. A head count/preregistration is needed for each pack attending by October 9th. Each pack will need to bring side dishes to share and their own planned breakfast for Sunday morning.
There are real toilets and showers on site in the bath house, and this area is BSA approved for cubs camping.
Option 2- Arrive at 3:00m and participate in dinner, bring a side dish to share. Set up camp. PArticipate in the campfire at 7:00 pm. Sleep over and bring your own planned breakfast for Sunday morning.
Option 3 Arrive at 630 PM and participate in the campfire program and return home at your leisure when the fire program has ended. Those attending just the fire should arrive at 630pm and the fire will commence at 700pm.
All packs wishing to join us for the camp out and dinner must RSVP with Renea Dupree (firstname.lastname@example.org) by October 10th Round Table at 8:00 PM!
Please send Renea Dupree an e-mail (email@example.com) no later than 10/12 detailing the skit or song (or other form of entertainment!) your pack is planning on performing. This way we can 1) we avoid duplicates, and 2) plan a great campfire program! Any questions? Send Renea an e-mail or call or text her at 603-762-2501.
BALOO Training is taking place this day as well from 8:45am to 5:00 pm at the Peterborough Rec. Department as well.
Adams Playground, 71 Union Street, Peterborough, NH 03458 Adams Playground is conveniently located just off Rt. 101 in Peterborough.
If you are coming from Keene/Dublin you will pass through the rotary at Shaw’s & CVS and take the next left onto Elm Street.
If you are coming from Temple/Jaffrey, from the Rt. 101/Rt. 202 intersection you will head west toward Dublin on Rt. 101. Take your second right onto Elm Street. (If you drive through the rotary you have gone too far.) (For everyone) From Elm Street: You will see Bowling Acres on the right and the Peterborough Community Center on your left. Continue on Elm Street 0.4 miles and take the third left onto Union Street. Adams Playground & Park is 0.4 miles ahead on the right, across the street from the ballfields.
* layers of warm clothing
* Scout Spirit!
* folding chairs
* flashlights for exiting the event
* Bring a Buddy!!!