Polar Adventure/Arctic Fox 2019
Saturday January 5th
10:00 – 3:00
Registration/Check in will be from 9:00-9:45 with program beginning promptly at 10:00.
ALL Tigers, Wolves and Bears are invited
What Is It: Polar Adventures Winter Camp is filled with fun indoor and
outdoor activities such as: BB Guns, Snowshoeing, Crafts, Games, and
more! Scouts will have the opportunity to work on Adventures.
Who Can Participate: All Tigers, Wolves, Bears, their parents and
siblings. Leaders leaders are also invited to participate in the one day event.
Boy Scout Troops are encouraged to attend to staff an activity station and to host a Camp Site.
Where: The event is held at Cub World. Activity stations are in the main areas of Camp.
Saturday January 5th
9:00 – 3:00
Registration/Check in will be from 8:00-8:45 with program beginning promptly at 9:00.
ALL WEBELOS I AND II’S are invited!
What Is It: All WEBELOS I & II are invited to Camp Phillips for a Fun
Outdoor eXperience!!!! Scouts will be learning about, winter
first aid, and orienteering; as well as having a mini-Klondike and other winter
Who Can Participate: All WEBELOS I, WEBELOS II, their parents and
siblings. Leaders are also invited to participate in the one day event.
Boy Scout Troops are encouraged to attend to staff an activity station.
Where: The event is held at Camp Phillips. Activity stations are in the main areas of Camp.
Information for Polar Adventure and Arctic Fox
What is the cost: The day is only $10 per Scout and or sibling(s), leader/parents only $5. Each family is also asked to bring non-perishable food items for a local food pantry. The cost includes a patch, a hot lunch and all activities. All Dens/Scouts MUST pre-register and payment to the Scout Service Center or via the online registrations system.
What about adult leadership: Each Den must have at least two adults/parents in attendance at this event. If a Scout is coming without their Den, a parent must be in attendance.
How to Arrive:
Dress appropriately for January in Wisconsin. Dressing in layers of polypropylene (Under Armor, etc.), fleece and wool clothing is recommended. These materials "wick" body moisture away from your skin. Dry is warmer. Proper attire might include: Warm jacket, outdoor fall sportswear, boots, extra socks, gloves (more than one pair), and stocking hat.
Important Notes Worth Mentioning Again:
- Remember you will need to dress very warm! Much time will be spent outdoors! You should wear: Heavy coat, snow pants, warm socks, knit hat, mittens/gloves and winter boots. Dress in layers and bring extra clothing in case of damp/wet/extra cold weather (If Cubs are not dressed appropriately they will not be able to participate in the outdoor activities).
- Polar Adventure and Arctic FOX will be held regardless of weather conditions with the exception of a weather warning for Barron County. Should this occur the event will be canceled.
- Please submit any Food Allergy needs prior to the event.