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Toronto Zoo Sleep Over

Friday July 26th 4:15 PM - Saturday July 27th 10 am(approx) 

Meet at The Toronto Zoo Admin Support Centre 316A Old Finch Ave. 

Per Person Fee - $85.00 (Youth and Adults) 

Groups are responsible for Ratio, Volunteer & Parent Overnight Compliance. Families are responsible for ensuring they are registered as a overnight parent through

Payment: Groups can pay by Pay Pal Or by submitting a group Cheque to 10 Kodiak Crescent unit 120, M3J 3G5 Toronto, Ontario ATTN Toronto Zoo Sleep Over C/O Marlene Harris

Individuals and families please pay through Pay Pal 

* Registration is not considered completed until payment is received* 

* Photo Release - Toronto Zoo may take photos or video for promotional Purposes

Please read the Toronto Zoo Overnight package by visiting  Overnight Manual You can find a sample schedule here.




When: June 1st – August 31st

Where: Anywhere your section choses

Who: Any Colony, Pack, Troop, Company or Crew

Why: Because it is so much fun

Challenge: As a section we want to encourage you to go out and explore your community and then report back.

Colony: Find at least one cache

Pack: Find at least two caches that are at least 2km away from each other

Troop: Find at least one cache and place one cache must be 4km away from each other

Company: Find at least two caches at least 3km from each other and place at least one Cache

Crew: Same as Company but must also include a trackable

New to Geocaching? Please read this article for tips: or you can watch these you tube videos

Once you have completed the appropriate tasks above please send your review to Marlene Harris – Scouting Relationship Manager at to be entered to win a $100 gift card to MEC!! Draw will take place on Tuesday September 3, 2019.


Urban Scouting Day – Paddling Skills

Work towards your paddling OAS badges or just enjoy a paddle along the Rouge River.  Nine Scouter facilitated skill stations will be set up along the beach to help you earn your paddling OAS badges.  Pick and choose which skills you want to learn! 

When: Saturday August 24th, 2019, 9am to 12pm

Where: Location to Come

Cost: Free

What to bring: PFD (or lifejacket) and paddle if you have one, if not they will be provided for you.  Please also bring a water bottle. 

Drinks and snacks will be available for a small cost.  All proceeds will go to cover the cost of the crests and maps.

DONATIONS of lifejackets that youth have outgrown, will be gratefully accepted.



Urban Scouting Day – Sailing

Join the 65th Sea Venturers in a day of sailing Lake Ontario!  Participants will enjoy three rotations: demonstration of the mast derrick and rope workshops, tour of historical Fort York, and boat ride with oar training.

Maximum 30 participants.

When: Postponed; Date to be determined

Where: Inukshuk Park Toronto (789 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON)

Cost: Free

What to bring: water bottle, lunch, PFD and warm clothes (boat ride can get windy)

*This event will run rain or shine.  Boat ride will only run if weather is safe. 

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.

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