Is your daughter aged 7-9 and looking for a new after school activity?
Check out the Karori Brownies - try new activities, make friends from other schools, have fun and gain confidence. We meet Mondays 5:54-7:15 at the Karori Community Center. Starts Monday 10th Feb. Visit for FREE before deciding whether they want to join.
We do a mixture of activities that focus of having fun and working as a team, including outdoor activities, camps, adventure activities, confidence building and community service activities.
Highlights from last year include: Camp, fire station visit, orienteering, low ropes course, glow-worms night walk, beach visit – rock pools, cooking marshmallow on the campfire, annual big birthday party.
This term we are doing a badge with a science theme so we are making slime, catapults and parachutes among other things. We are also doing a bush walk and ANZAC day activities.
Time: Monday 5:45pm to 7:15 pm on Monday nights (school term only)
Place: Karori Community Center,
Starting on: Monday10th February.
Fees: $90 per term and include the sash and Brownie book in the first term.
Visit for FREE before deciding whether they want to join.
If you are interested or would like more information please contact Trudy at KaroriBrownies@gmail.com
Or see more information and online registration visit girlguidingnz.org.nz...
We also have Pippins for younger girls and Guides and Rangers for older girls, and units that meet on different nights in Karori and other suburbs visit. For more info on these groups please visit girlguidingnz.org.nz...
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