Some events are linked to an information page with more details. If
that doesn't answer your questions, contact your Service Scouter. Section specific and Training
events are colour-coded for easier
identification. Most events run in Whitby and many run in White Pine
Council are listed here. Check our training page
for many more listings of training opportunities in districts and
Councils around Whitby.
Beaver Colony brown | Wolf Cub Pack purple |
Scout Troop green |
Venturer Company & Rover Crew blue | Training red
Only coming events are listed here, but you can see old events, too, if you want to look up
something that has already gone by.
Jun 1 - Program Quality Standards, spring review
Jun 5, 6:30 pm - Campfire experience at Camp Samac, 275 Conlin Rd East, Oshawa, Ontario at the fire pit of Kitchie Lodge.
Jun 7-9 - Huck Finn Rafting weekend
Bobcaygeon. Registration deadline April 13th
Jun 8 - Whitby Area Log Jam, 9:30-2:00,
Camp Samac, Oshawa.
Jun 13 - Area Commissioner's Year End BBQ & Awards Presentations, Port Perry Scout Hall, 15585 Simcoe Street, Port Perry,
7:00-9:00 Nominate today:
Whitby Area Awards 2019
Jun 19-25 - DDSB & DCDSB Exams secondary
Jun 21-23 - Stress-free Camporee, Camp Gilroy, Coe Hill, Ontario.
Jun 22 - Scout Museum Open House & Badge Trading, Camp Samac, 1711 Simcoe St N, Oshawa, Ontario 9-2.
Jun 29 - DDSB PA Day elementary & high school (Friday)
Jul 26-28 - Bacon Moot (Facebook). Camp Samac, 1711 Simcoe St N Oshawa, Ontario. Scout Shop
and Scouting Museum open. Tuck shop with treats.
Aug 1 - Scout Scarf Day The idea is that all active
and former scouts are requested to wear their scout scarfs in public to make the "spirit of scouting" visible: once a scout - always a scout! In 2011 the day coincided
with the World Jamboree in Sweden which was a perfect opportunity to show the close bond to all the scouts attending. Of course, the scarf is only a symbol but a
strong symbol for the scout promise and for our mission to leave the world as a bit better a place than we had found it.
Aug 2-5 - Join In Jamboree weekend, with Scouts from Russia.
Internationals welcome! (A great linking activity!).
Camp Samac, Oshawa. $25 each plus meal plan, Archery, Pellets, Billiards, Swimming, Scavenger Hunt, Rock Wall, Crafts table, Badge Swap,
Obstacle Course, Campfire. Scout Shop and Scouting Museum open. Tuck shop with treats.
Aug 6 - DDSB Modified School Year, start at Broughton & Winchester Public Schools
Aug 10-17 - HSR Haliburton Scout Reserve Canoe Camp, Doe Island, composite patrol so individuals can sign up. Near Haliburton, Ontario.
Aug 29 - Area Scouters & Commissioner's Forum, St Mark's Church Hall, 7:00-9:00, 201 Centre St S, Whitby
Sep 1 - Program Quality Standards, summer review
Sep 2 - Labour Day holiday
Sep 6-8 - Gilwell Reunion, Blue Springs Scout Reserve, Acton
Sep 14 - Brooklin Harvest Festival, Downtown Brooklin. Sat 10:00-4:00.
Sep 26 - Whitby Scouters Information Forum, St Mark's Church Hall, 7:00-9:00, 201 Centre St S, Whitby
Sep 27-29 - Cub-O-Rama PowWow Camp -
Hilarious House of Frightenstein, Camp Samac, 275 Conlin Rd E Oshawa
Sep 27-29 - 2019 World Brotherhood Camporee, Morrisburg, Ontario.
Sep 28 - Whitby Open Streets, Downtown Whitby, Scouting display. Sat 10:00-3:30. Come downtown in uniform and help us
promote our program.
Oct 1 - Scout Popcorn Sales begin, contact Popcorn Coordinator for details.
Oct 5 - Ontario Regiment Museum - Scout Appreciation Day Opens at 10:00 am, live show with tanks in action at 1:00 pm.
Our Scout Appreciation day is on Oct 5. Scouts and Leaders who attend in uniform will not be charged for this special TANK SATURDAY event.
Oct 14 - Thanksgiving Day holiday
Oct 13-19 - Bring-a-Friend Week, all sections, all nights.
Oct 18-20 - JOTA/JOTI Jamboree on the Air/Internet weekend Camp,
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville
Oct 18-20 - Outdoor Skills Scoutcraft Workshops
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Clarington. Training for Scouters and
volunteers aged 14+. (Held in conjuction with JOTA Camp).
Oct 20-26 - Bring-a-Parent Week, all sections, all nights.
Oct 22 - Santa Claus Parade Crest, order deadline.
Oct 24 - Area Scouters Information Forum, St Mark's Church Hall, 7:00-9:00, 201 Centre St S, Whitby
Oct 25-27 - Apple Day weekend (Whitby Area).
Nov 1-3 - Zoo Moot Saga 11 , Kitchie Lodge, Camp Samac, 275 Conlin Rd East, Oshawa.
Nov 2 - Road & Trail Clean-up, 10:00 am.
Flyer: Road & Trail for details (PDF).
Nov 11 - Remembrance Day, 10:00 am
parade to the Cenotaph. Dundas St, east of Brock St, Whitby. Meet at Legion on Byron St.
Nov 15-17 - Scouts Canada National Conference and AGM.
Nov 15-17 -
Section Specific Skills Workshop, Camp Samac, Kitchie Lodge
Nov 21-22 - Scout Popcorn Pickup by Group representatives, location to be announced.
Nov 28 - Area Scouters Information Forum, 7:00 pm, St Mark's United, 201 Centre St South.
Jan 1 - New Years' Day holiday
Jan 1 - Registration fee for Jan 1-Aug 31 (half year)
Jan 11 - Range Line Safety Officer Course,
Camp Samac Range. Archery 9am-noon; Pellets 1-4pm.
Jan 20-25 - Bring-a-Friend Week, all sections, all nights.
Jan 20-25 - Bring-a-Parent Week, all sections, all nights.
Jan 18 - <Scouter's Con, university of Scouting,
workshops, displays, guest speakers, $23, Bowmanville High School, 49 Liberty St, Bowmanville, Ontario.
Jan 22-28 - DDSB & DCDSB Exams secondary
Jan 23 - Area Scouters Information Forum, St Mark's Church Hall, 7:00-9:00, 201 Centre St S, Whitby
Jan 25 - Scout Winter Rally 2.0,
Camp Samac. 10am to 8pm.
Jan 26-Feb 2 - Scouts Canada Safety Week.
Jan 30 - Whitby Area Winter Milestone Award Presentation, 7:00-9:00 at St Mark's United,
201 Centre St. South, Whitby. Come out and celebrate years of service and National Awards for our volunteers.
Feb 2 - Scout Day at the Oshawa Generals,
Game time 2:05 pm, contact your Group Commissioner for details.
font color="#000000">Feb 9? - Church Parade at St Marks United Church, 201 Centre St S., Whitby, meet at 9:30, service at 10 am. Open
Feb 14 - DDSB PA Day high school only (Friday)
Feb 14-17 - Snow Moot, Mt. Nemo Scout Camp, Burlington. Contact: email@example.com |
Feb 16-23 - Scout-Guide Week
Feb 19-28 - Kub Kar Competitions Mon-Thurs 6:30 pm; Finals Saturday Mar ?, 9am. Contact Greg Long for additional information.
Feb 17 - Family Day holiday
Feb 22 - Thinking Day Scouting's founder
Baden Powell's Birthday, look for various celebrations and banquets.
Feb 26 - Area Scouters Information Forum, 7:00-9:00, St Mark's United, 201 Centre St S.
Feb 22 - Scout Troop Trucks Competition,
9am-12pm. Print a copy of the rules.
Feb 24, 25, 26 - Whitby Area Beaver Buggy Races.
How to Promote Your Scouting Events in SNAP Newspapers
1) visit www.snapnewspapers.com/locations to
locate the closest location to your group/event.
2) once you identify the appropriate location(s), follow link on the right hand side to the website i.e.
3) Click on "submit your event tab" (top left black tab). You must complete all 3 sections of the online form, including an on site contact person
for the event. Watch the "COVERAGE" box in the 2nd section of the form. You have 2 options - list in calendar and send photographer. You can
select either or BOTH. Note Photographers will only attend local events with sufficient lead time. You also have the option to indicate the
preferred time for the photographer's visit. Once you complete the form click preview to check your information and then once you are satisfied,
4) A SNAP event coordinator will contact you regarding photographer availability. In the event they are NOT available to attend, then arrange to
have your own pictures taken and follow the guidelines below.
Submitting your own photos:
Please feel free to take some high res pictures at your event and they will work to get them in an upcoming edition. Photos will only be accepted
if your event Ws previously registered (see above). If this is of interest, please be sure that:
� Photos are at least 1-2 MB in size
� You have included the names of those in the photos, as well as any necessary titles
� All of those in the photo have agreed to have their photo published both in print and online
� Content is submitted in a timely manner in order to meet edition deadlines (48 hours from the time of event is preferable)
This is completely FREE publicity for Scouting - let's endeavour to fully utilize this resource and show everyone what AWESOME experiences and
accomplishments our youth have in Scouts Canada!