Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England offers a variety of activities that allow you to choose your own adventure and challenge you to develop new skills while having fun! Girl Scouts can attend these individually or with a group or their troop.
Advanced registration is required at all programs unless otherwise noted, and most registrations close 2 weeks before the program. If the registration period for the program you are interested in has closed, we may still be able to accommodate you—please contact Customer Care at 401-331-4500 or CustomerCare@gssne.org. Please note that this is not a guarantee that there will still be space available.
Looking for an event to learn more about joining Girl Scouts? Check out our upcoming Make New Friends events!
You must be a registered Girl Scout or adult member in order to sign up for GSSNE programs or activities, unless otherwise noted. Not registered yet or have a friend who wants to join you on a Girl Scout Adventure? No problem! Register online today, or contact CustomerCare@gssne.org for help signing up!
Unless specifically indicated, GSSNE programs are not “drop-off” events.
GSSNE offers council-sponsored programs and events for troops and girls. These events bring together girls from across three states to enjoy opportunities that they might not be able to create on their own. Please note that each event has a registration deadline and that some events may fill up before this date. Don’t worry, program waitlists are available! Full payment will reserve your Girl Scout’s spot on the waitlist; you’ll be notified if a space becomes available in the program, and you will be fully reimbursed for fees paid if a space does not become available for your girl.
Here are some tips and tricks for proper program and event etiquette:
Badges are official symbols that indicate an increase in knowledge or skill in a particular subject. Badges can be earned at every age level and are placed on the front of the sash or vest.
Patches, sometimes called "fun patches," are emblems signifying the participation in a Girl Scout activity. Patches are placed on the back of the sash or vest. Think of them as a scrapbook of her Girl Scout experience.
You may notice that our program registration looks a little different this year! Most programs will now be posted using our new gsEvents registration platform. Check out our gsEvents instructions if you need help getting started.
Girl Scouts of the USA and other councils often host virtual events which are open to Girl Scouts nationwide! Find an event now.
Questions? Contact GSSNE Customer Care at CustomerCare@gssne.org or call 401-331-4500.