Below is a list of some activities done in the past. Some of them are recurrent while others vary each year.
A fun Halloween activity where Scouts and families bring their pumpkin to carve. Spooky treats and spooky stories are also on the menu.
Scouts learn to build a rocket, decorate it, then watch it being launched into the air.
Every year, we organize about three camping opportunities for the Scouts to experience the outdoors together.
For Veterans Day and Memorial Day, Scouts honor those who fought for our country.
We engage the Scouts into helping the community in various ways such as cleaning trails or making cookies in a jar to raise money for charity.
For a pack event, Scouts are asked to bake something original and can win prizes and recognition.
We organize overnights at museums such as the American Museum of Natural History.
Snow Sports Day
Who does not like a day in the snow? Once a year, Scouts go to a nearby mountain to ski or tube for the day.
We often let the Scouts make s'mores on the campfire during various events.
We sometimes organize an overnight at a battleship where the Scouts can experience living on a ship for one night.
Scouts love the outdoors so we often take them places where they can walk while enjoying nature.
As a pack we organize a fun day of rafting, fishing or other water-related activity.
Each Scout builds and decorates a car and races it on tracks for prizes.
We have introduced Scouts to different coding activities that the Scouts enjoy.
We believe that hiking is a good way for the Scouts to build and maintain relationships with each other in a different type of environment.
When camping, the Scouts learn how to cook on a fire pit with the help of adults.
Scouts engage in fun hands-on STEM activities to enhance their learning.
We have fun with DIY projects such as woodworking, puppets and mini catapults.