Join us for the first ever GLSAC STEMfest, hosted by Pole Position Raceway! Enjoy free STEM activities from our STEM partners, and race around the 1/4 mile track for just $10 (a $21-$25 value!). Purchase your discounted tickets at sign-in on August 12.
Special thanks to our featured STEMfest sponsors: Pole Position Raceway, Bricks 4 Kidz, Maryville University Robotics, & Sylvan Learning Center!
Who: Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, STEM Scouts, families, and friends What: A fair full of STEM fun for all ages! See our list of partners that will be bringing activities below When: August 12, 2017 from 9 am – 12 pm Where: Pole Position Raceway (8800 Watson Rd, St. Louis, MO 63119) Cost: FREE to attend; purchase a discounted race for $10 at sign-ins between 9 am and 12 pm on Aug. 12; food also available to purchase at Pole Position Raceway
Junior or Youth races only. Adults can race but not at the adult speeds. For Junior race, must be 6+ years old and 50″ tall. For Youth race, must be 14+ years old and 56″ tall. Discount will only apply during event hours.
Thanks to our partners who will be bringing the STEM fun (more coming soon)!
Looking for a Scouting experience out of this world? Join us for EclipseFest Aug. 18-21 at Pine Ridge Scout Camp. During this time, a total solar eclipse is scheduled to occur and Pine Ridge is situated to have one of the greatest viewing locations in the nation. This event will give Scouts an educational and safe opportunity to witness this rare phenom!
S-F Scout Ranch: Watch the eclipse from Nim’s Lake in a canoe or paddleboard and enjoy the day swimming on the waterfront. Pontoon boat rides and other watercraft will be available as well. (S bar F viewers will experience a total eclipse.) Overnight camping will occur in the camporee field outside Famous Eagle.
Beaumont Scout Reservation: Celebrate the day at the pool and view the eclipse while partaking in a pool party, the gaga pit, and human foosball. (Beaumont viewers may experience a near-total eclipse.) Overnight camping will occur in Lane camporee field.
$15 per person includes:
Eclipse viewing glasses
Solar eclipse patch
Overnight camping on Sunday and/or Monday nights
Did you know? Only certain parts of the country will be able to see the total solar eclipse. Viewing from one of our camps will result in a much better view! The actual solar eclipse is scheduled to occur at 1:14 p.m. at Beaumont and 1:17 p.m. at S bar F.