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Here is a list of all the local places that Flat Juliette visited to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouting. We hope that you continue to take her with you when you travel and take photos to submit to the website. She looks forward to the next 100 years! Check out a list of all the location clues and monthly challenges here


1.    Daisy’s Knapsack in North Haven
2.    Kellogg Environmental Center in Derby
3.    Lock 12 Historical Park in Cheshire
4.    Peabody Museum in New Haven
5.    West Farms Mall in West Hartford
6.    Prudence Crandall House Museum in Canterbury
7.    Hubbard Park in Meriden
8.    Time Expo Museum in Waterbury
9.    Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport
10.    Nautilus Museum in Groton
11.    Durham Fairgrounds in Durham
12.    Camp Pattagansett in East Lyme
13.    Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington
14.    Essex Steam Train in Essex
15.    Wadsworth Falls in Middletown
16.    Frog Bridge in Willimantic
17.    Quassy Amusement Park in Middlebury
18.    Mount Southington in Plantsville
19.    Shoreline Trolley Museum in East Haven
20.    Mystic Seaport in Mystic
21.    Elizabeth Park in Hartford
22.    Comstock Covered Bridge in East Hampton/Colchester
23.    Dinosaur State Park in Rocky Hill
24.    New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain
25.    Children’s Museum in West Hartford
26.    Harriet Beecher Stowe House in Hartford
27.    Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme
28.    Mark Twain House in Hartford
29.    Henry Whitfield House in Guilford
30.    Thimble Islands in Branford



The Flat Juliette Program


Why Flat Juliette? Every Girl Scout should know who started the Girl Scouts and how amazing Juliette Gordon Low was! The Flat Juliette Patch Program is a fun way to get to know our founder. Participate in the Flat Juliette Program in any way to earn the patch. Patches are available here through the GSOFCT council shops. For a Flat Juliette pattern and more information, click here.


Flat Juliette Travels


Send Flat Juliette to friends and family in other areas. Ask them to send her back with an entry in her journal page and photos of the places she went with them. Create a scrapbook of her travels. Either her hosts or you can share her experiences with others by posting them here. Choose "Travel" from the Type menu.*

Here are some questions you can answer:
•    What town in what state (or country) did Juliette visit?
•    Who was in the family she visited? What are their and ages?
•    Did she meet anyone else while she was there?
•    What did she do while she was there? Did she visit any local sites or events?
•    What did she eat?
•    What was the weather like? (You can give Juliette an umbrella if it’s rainy, or sunglasses if it’s bright and sunny)
•    Did she learn any words in a different language?

Click here to see where Juliette has already gone!

 


You can download Flat Juliette, her Uniform Outfit and a sample Journal Page by clicking here.

*If you're having trouble submitting photos, please see this tip sheet.

To see on a map where Juliette has been, click here!

Special Juliette Stories!

 Flat Juliette with Anna Maria Chavez

Juliette meets Anna Maria Chávez!

Flat Juliette was thrilled when Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA, visited Girl Scouts of Connecticut to talk to staff and get a sneak preview of the Historical Museum.

 

Ellyn and Flat Juliette go to Washington


On December 9, 2011, Ellyn Savard, our STEM Program Initiatives Manager, attended a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) roundtable at the White House. Flat Juliette came along, too! Here she is  with two of our corporate funders from Lockheed Martin and Motorola. Have you brought Flat Juliette on any adventures? Tell us! To see photos of some of our STEM programs, visit our Facebook page.
 

Juliettes with their Juliettes

The Southington Service Unit Manager and troop leaders have planned monthly meetings for Juliettes and their parent/guardian. The meetings give these independent girl scouts the opportunity to experience being part of a group. All levels meet at one location and together participate in an opening circle, then we have leaders of different levels take the  girls to do their leveled activity and we all come together for the closing circle. Here are the Juliettes with their Flat Juliettes.

 




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