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It's Time for Girl Scout Spirit: How to Celebrate Juliette Gordon Low's Birthday Week

An older girl holding a cat, a younger girl holding a green pom-pom and posing with her mom, and two older girls laughing and embracing.

Girl Scout Spirit Week is October 31 to November 6! This is a time to show off your Girl Scout pride and share with others how you’ve developed the courage, confidence and character, to make your community and the world a better place.

It all begins on October 31, our founder, Juliette Gordon Low's birthday! We’re ready to celebrate with a week’s worth of activities that show the world how our movement is full of powerful women and future leaders.

Here are some suggestions on how to share in the celebration. Don't forget to share on social media using #GSWCF and tag us @GirlScoutsWCF on Facebook and @GSWCF on Instagram and Twitter.

Monday, October 31

Add a touch of Girl Scout green to your Halloween costume in honor of the woman who started it all: Juliette!

Tuesday, November 1

Create a piece of art. From painting to a SWAP, anything counts! Not sure what to make? Watch our Native American Heritage Month Beadwork Tutorial from last year.

Wednesday, November 2

Invite someone to join your troop. Add at least 1 new girl to your troop during November to be entered to win exciting prizes!

Thursday, November 3

Time for a throwback! Share a photo from a recent Girl Scout event or trip. #TBT

Friday, November 4

Be a sister to every Girl Scout.

Saturday, November 5

Girl Scouts are out in their community, making the world a better place. You could join the Hurricane Ian Action Team and help our neighbors recover from the storm, plant a tree or take the Climate Challenge

Sunday, November 6

It's the season of giving. Make a donation in honor of a special volunteer or Girl Scout Leader.