VIRTUAL CAMPOREE ADVENTURE
A camporee is many things—camping fun for youth, the thumping of hundreds of feet on the way to an evening campfire, and the blue smoke from fires cooking. It’s the patter of rain on many tents at night. It’s the ripple of wind-blown flags in the morning sun. It’s catching the idea of teamwork in a patrol. Camporee programs may include contests and demonstrations of outdoor Scouting skills as well as campfires, games, and field events. These activities can show Scouting at its best.
The Dan Beard Council, BSA is hosting a tandem Virtual Camporee alongside the National Boy Scouts of America Camp-In. We will be opening the day at 10:30AM with a flag ceremony, opening, and some words from our Scout Executive, Andy Zahn. The Camporee will be hosted on the Dan Beard Council Facebook page with activities that you won’t want to miss! All programming will culminate in a campfire at 9pm on the National Camp-in Facebook page. More information on the National Camp-In is available at www.scouting.org/CampIn/ and will be updated throughout the week. We hope you join us for a day of fun!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS*
*Subject to change.
*Times subject to change. Click here for the Dan Beard Council Facebook page to watch the Camporee on Facebook Live!
10:30 AM – Opening
11:00 AM – National Camp-In Opening
12:30 PM – DBC Programming Introduction
1:00 PM – Nature Power Hour
2:00 PM – Aquatics Activity
3:00 PM – Outdoor Skills Demonstration
4:00 PM – Trivia with DT
5:00 PM – Leadership & Fun
6:00 PM – Break for Dinner
7:30 PM – Campfire Set Up
7:45 PM – Thanks and Intro National Campfire
8:00 PM – National Campfire
9:00 PM – Taps
*Times subject to change. All times below listed as Eastern Time. Click here for the National Camp-In website for the most recent schedule of events.
11:00 AM – Campsite Construction Tips followed by a Live Conversation with Arctic Skiing Adventurers
11:30 AM – Virtual 5K Hike Benefiting Feeding America
8:00 PM – Campfire
9:00 PM – Taps
Be Prepared for Saturday by having these supplies ready for our activities!
- 2 clear bottles that won’t need to be reused
- Duct Tape
- Firewood (if able to be lit)
- Pen and Paper
- Ingredients for a foil pack
- Scout handbook
Questions? Please contact Rachel Ball at email@example.com.