November 29 to December 1, 2019
You're invited to a fun-filled weekend with fellow Senior Explorers and Rovers done the Rovering way, that is to say: No dishes are required, bring your bathing suit and towel. You can pitch a tent or sleep indoors on a floor in a large common room. Bring your campfire ideas and hiking shoes.
Cost is $40
Arrival anytime after 7:00 PM.
All adult members of the Association are invited to attend and vote at the Special General Meeting on October 20, 2019. The agenda will include the association's new logo and the new Otter Handbook. You may attend the meeting in person, online, or by proxy (see the proxy form).
- Sunday, October 20, 2019
- 14:00, Toronto time
- Waterloo, Ontario
Attend in person
The best way is to attend in person. Parking options:
The Stainsby Reunion is a gathering of adult members of Scouting for fellowship and the sharing of Scouting ideas. It is open to all who have earned Wood Badge/Beads Part I or higher from any Scouting association. (If you don't have a Part I, sign-up to take it this November and join us at next year's reunion!)
Join other Scouters for this day of learning and fellowship on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at University of Waterloo. The weekend will include:
All adult members of the Association are invited to attend and vote at AGM 2019. The AGM is an important time when the Association hears reports, elects officers, and set the direction for the next year. All adult members are encouraged to attend. The AGM will be held as part of the Indaba 2019 Scouters' conference.
The Canadian Traditional Scouting Association is presenting another opportunity to take canoe training and receive Paddle Canada certification through Grand Experiences. The camp will be June 21–23, 2019.
At this time, we need to establish how many people are interested in participating. The following courses will be offered; follow the links to see details about each course:
Registration is now open for Golden Arrow Youth Leader Training 2018. Golden Arrow is a training weekend members of the troop section, generally ages 12–14, who are in leadership roles such as Patrol Leader and Assistant PL.
During the weekend, participants will be challenged with activities which will help them develop and reflect on their leadership skills, both inside and outside of Scouting. They will return with the skills and confidence they need to built their patrols and troops into effective teams.