Take part in this national effort to keep Canada's waterways clean. Bring your family, your pet, your neighbours to Parc René-Lévesque, 398 Chemin du Canal in Lachine on Sunday, September 21 from 1 – 4 pm to clean the banks of the Lachine Canal. Tools, gloves, recording materials, refreshments supplied.
Participez à cet effort national pour maintenir nos cours d'eau canadiens en santé. Venez avec vos amis, votre famille, vos voisins, votre chien au Parc René-Lévesque, 398 Chemin du Canal à Lachine le dimanche 21 septembre de 13 h à 16 h pour nettoyer les berges du Canal de Lachine. Outils de nettoyage, gants, matériel d'enregistrement, collation etc fournis.
Pour plus d'information sur le program allez au site
“CAN-BIKE” (http://canbikecanada.ca) will be holding a bicycle training session in Westmount on Sunday July 20th from 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Any Cubs who take part will earn their Cyclist badge. Scouts are welcome as well.
You need to be able to ride a bike, and must bring your own bike and helmet – A bike check-up by a mechanic is included.
If you are interested please contact Rikki from Westmount Park or Mang-0 from 2ND Westmount. Spaces are limited.
WESTMOUNT PARK (beavers, cubs, scouts) will be holding an INFORMATION EVENING for families NEW to scouting. Volunteers will be on hand to answer your questions, but registration will NOT be possible.
The info evening will take place at Westmount Park Church Hall at the corner of Lansdowne and de Maisonneuve (parking lot entrance).
All families (both NEW and RETURNING) are obliged to register (and pay) ONLINE at WWW.MYSCOUTS.CA . There is a maximum number of youth for each section. Families are encouraged to register early to avoid disappointment. Online registration is currently open.
The registration price is $205 for the year (Sept 2014 until Aug 2015). Weekly meetings run from Sept thru to early June.
World Scout Scarf Day
August 1st, 2014
In 2007 at the occasion of the 100 anniversary of the Scout Movement, the Austrian Scout Association declared August 1 a "National Scout Scarf Day" and asked all active and former scouts to wear their scout scarfs in public. Many people including prominent business persons followed the call and thus made the spirit of scouting visible.
So, get your Scarf and Woggle and wear it!
Wear your Scout Scarf in public during the event, make the "Spirit of Scouting" visible!
Join the event, invite active and former Scouts