CUB SCOUT ACHIEVEMENT/ELECTIVE PROGRAMS
Fee: $20 per scout for 2 hour program (Minimum of seven scouts)
TIGER CUBS (1st grade or 7 years)
Let's Go Outdoors
Let's Go Outdoors
Learn About Animals
Feed the Birds
Cleanup Treasure Hunt
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
WOLF CUBS (2nd grade or 8 years)
Your Living World
BEAR CUBS (3rd grade or 9 years)
Sharing Your World with Wildlife
Take Care of Your Planet
Water and Soil Conservation
American Indian Life
WEBELOS (4th and 5th grades or 10-11 years)
BOY SCOUT BADGE PROGRAMS
Call (830) 2494616 ext. 110 for exact details
BOY SCOUTS (6th grade through age 18)
3 hour program or overnight recommended. Fee: $20 per scout for 3 hour program, with a minimum of 7 scouts.
Activities toward these Merit Badges:
Geology-Mineral Resources or Earth History Option
Reptile and Amphibian Study
Soil and Water Conservation
EAGLE SCOUTS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Nature Center has projects available to fulfill all community and Eagle Scout service requirements. Please contact us for more details.
GIRL SCOUT PROGRAMS
Badge work, advancement requirements and adventure experiences lead scouts to a deeper appreciation of the outdoor world.
Girl Scout Badge Work
Troop programs are held rain or shine and are generally 2 hours in length. Longer programs may be arranged with price adjustment.
It is $20 for each scout for two hours with 7 or more scouts.
Any changes to your program require at least 2 weeks notice, or the full fee will be charged. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate any program changes after we have confirmed your initial registration.
Brownie Girl Scout Try-It Badges (Ages 6-8)
Earth and Sky
Earth is Our Home
Junior Girl Scouts Badges (Ages 8-11)
Survival component of First Aid
Plants and Animals
Finding Your Way
Cadette and Senior Interest Projects (Ages 11-17)
All About Birds
Digging Through the Past
From Shore to Sea
Planet Power (Includes a tour of our environmentally-friendly building with renewable energy features.)
Space Exploration (Recommended as part of an overnight program.)
Emergency Preparedness - Outdoor Survival
ALL SCOUTING PROGRAMS
Unless otherwise noted all programs meet at the Cibolo Nature Center at 140 City Park Road in Boerne, Texas.
REGISTRATION: For questions or to register by phone, please call: 830-249-4616
Group size unless otherwise indicated: Minimum 7 scouts per program.
CANCELLATION: If the minimum number of scouts is not received by the deadline, the program will be cancelled and all scouts registered will be notified by phone and/or email. A troop does need to have 7 scouts to attend.
PAYMENT: Full payment is required upon registration to reserve your spot(s) for these programs. Any changes to the number attending need to be made by the registration deadline or the full amount will be charged.
Try-its, Badges and Patches are to be purchased through your Council Office - they are not included in the fees listed below (unless otherwise indicated).
SIBLING POLICY: You are highly encouraged to leave other siblings at home. Having younger children present can distract from the scout experience for you and for others. If our instructors and other participants feel that younger children are affecting the quality of the program for others participating, you may be asked to step out. If a sibling attending is old enough to participate, they should register as another scout.
LEAVE NO TRACE POLICY
Service Work: Will be completed with a guide, the time frame will be a divisible 25 hours over 6 months of time. (e.g. 1 Saturday a month, January through June at 4.5 hours per month, or 2 Saturday’s a month, January through June at 2.25 hours per excursion.)