Odawa Fall Cubaree – 2019 Edition

With activities like building fires, archery, a ninja line and baking cookies this is sure to be a can’t miss event. Wait – Baking Cookies!! – but how – we only have open fire!!! You will have to join the Fall Cubaree to find out!

  • Where: Apple Hill Scout Reserve
  • When: October 18 – 20 2019
  • Who: Open to all Odawa area cubs
  • Why: After building a fire, hitting a bullseye and completing a ninja line who wouldn’t want a cookie

Clearly this is a can’t miss event that needs to be added to your calendar now! Full camp details to be released by September 13 2019.

Odawa Area – All Volunteers Meeting

When: April 24, 2019 7 PM to 9 PM

Where: Orleans United Church

Please mark the date! We’ll have a number of things for you to learn, and some awards to hand out. This is a great chance to network with your Area team, and fellow Scouters.

Please lug a mug! and if you want to bring something to share, please do, but do remember to label what is in it if it’s home made!

Odawa Area Night Owl 2019

All the info you need to know about this year’s Night Owl is in the document below, but in short:

When: April 27-28, 2019

NOTE: Do not arrive before 3 PM, esp. if you have sr. Cubs joning you, as April 27 is the also the annual spring work weekend, and there will be heavy equipment onsite. If your group is helping with the work weekend and has Cub aged youth coming for night owl, please have them arrive after 3 PM on Sat.

Everyone needs to be offsite by 10:30 on Sunday the 28th.

Registration package is here.

Odawa 2019 Kub Kar Rally/Scout Truck Rodeo and Kybo Run

The long awaited registration packages for the Odawa Kub Kar Rally, Scout Truck Rodeo and the new Kybo Run event can be found at these links:

Registration Due Date: Sunday Feb. 24, 2019

Race Day: March 2, 2019

Doors Open for setup 9 AM

All events should finish by 2:30 PM

Where:  Jean-Marc Lalonde Arena, Rockland, ON (Google Map Link)

Please note – if you are helping with a Pack or Troop, but also racing in the Kybo Run, you submit your registration on the Kybo Run form, make note on the Pack or Troop form that you’re helping there, and that you’re also part of the Kybo Run.  As a Kybo Run participant, your fee is $15, not $7.

Don’t forget your important papers (fees), and we’ll see you on Race Day!

2018 Odawa BP Skills – Medic Alert Camp – Camp Opemikon

Medic Alert & BP Skills 2018

Our annual BP Skills and Medic Alert Camp will be held:

When:  Oct. 12-14, 2018

Where: Camp Opemikon

See registration package for more details!  The schedule will be posted at a later date.

Also, this is a call for volunteers – Scouters, Sr. Scouts, Venturers, and Rovers, who would like to help us run this camp and make it the success it is each year.  Please see the Activity sign up sheet and send your info back to Scouter David Kerrivan – Odawa DAC Program and Scouter Charlene Martens (Area Commissioner)  (ma-bpskills[at]odawa-scouting.ca)

Parent-Leader Info

Opemikon Emergency Plan for Users

Opemikon-Departure-Checklist

Opemikon_map_of_main_camp

CAMP OPEMIKON PARKING

2018 Night Owl

It’s Back! Odawa Area’s annual Night Owl event is fast approaching.

Who:  Sr. Cubs*, Scouts, Sr. Guides, and Pathfinders (*with group’s permission, as a linking event)

When:  April 21 – 22, 2018

Where: Apple Hill Scout Reserve

Duration:  Opening is at 7 PM Saturday until 1 AM Sunday. (you’ll want to arrive a bit early and setup your camp sites).  Closing is at 7:30 AM Sunday and the trophy will be awarded then.  Departure from camp starts at 8 AM Sunday.  Everyone has to be off site by no later than 10:30 AM.

Cost: $15  for youth participants, $7 for adults (Scouters / Guiders / youth volunteers helping to run stations).  This covers the camp fee, and your event crest.  Food is not included.

About those Crests:  We want to ensure we have enough on the day of the event, so, please email OdawaNightOwl[at]odawa-scouting.ca with your preliminary numbers by no later than March 14.   This will help us order the correct number of crests. For more info on this, see the attached document links below.

As aways, the event’s stations are staffed by volunteers – Sr. Scouts, Venturers, Rovers, Sr. Pathfinders, Scouters or Guiders.  If you want to help, send an email to OdawaNightOwl[at]odawa-scouting.ca.

For full details, please see the following (provided in both Word and PDF format):

Night Owl 2018 Flyer and Station Details as of 1 Apr 2018 Word doc

Night Owl 2018 Flyer and Station Details as of 1 Apr 2018 Adobe PDF