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There are literally hundreds of exciting things to do while at One Hundred Fun Hundred. You're going to find lots of adventure, crafts, community service projects, and exciting Girl Scout fun!
OHFH: More Fun Than You Can Fit in One Day!
We’re so excited that you’ll be joining us for One Hundred Fun Hundred. More than 300 exciting and unique activities, performances, and ceremonies are planned for that day by Girl Scouts and over 220 organizations, vendors, and performers.
Waivers are needed for the Zip Line, Rock Wall in Building B and Scuba -- plus the USTA SmashZone for the appearance of Nickelodeon stars! Please bring signed waiver with you if you wish to participate in these activities. Participants wishing to participate in Scuba must bring a swimsuit.
- Click here for Rock Wall waiver.
- Click here for Scuba waiver.
- Click here for the Zip Line waiver.
- Click here for the USTA SmashZone waiver.
Activities and groups are a sampling and are subject to change.
Building A –
- More than 74 activities from 60 organizations!
- Activities include live marine animals, animated flip books, squid dissection, model rockets, DNA spooling, pipe art, knot tying, building backpacks, infrared cameras, solar telescopes, leaf crowns, life-size Chutes and Ladders, spin art, hands-on flight simulator, touch tables, relay races, skull and pelt explorations, the “Physics of Roller Coasters” Challenge, and nature’s critters to interact with!
- From: California Academy of Sciences, NASA Ames Research Center, Aquarium of the Bay, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Chabot Space and Science Center, Project Learning Tree, Save the Bay, Marine Mammal Center, UC Berkeley Museum of Paleontology and Children’s Discovery Museum, The Tech Museum, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Hiller Aviation Museum, Space Cookies, and more!
Come walk down Laboratory Lane with some engineers or cuddle up with a shark in Conservation Corner.
- Explore the moon with NASA!
- Build paper rockets and airplanes with American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
- Flying Shark and Fish!
- Explore the night sky during the day with our portable planetarium!
- Check out cool activities related to science, technology and environment that will help you on your Journey
- Model rockets with the Civil Air Patrol!
- East Bay Regional Parks bringing their mobile exhibit
- Aircraft simulation from the Hiller Aviation Museum
- Girl Scout powered robotics
- Meet the Space Cookies!
- Compost Exploration with Kids for the Bay
- A service project with seedlings with Save the Bay
- Visit marine life with the Marine Science Institute
- Compete with Stanford University sutdents in an Energy Efficiency Relay
There is lots to do in the Girls Go Tech and Green By Nature area and we want your help! Click here to learn more about the volunteer opportunities available in this area. Click here for the volunteer sign-up form.
Building B: Growing Strong and Business Smarts
- More than 30 activities with 20 organizations!
- Activities include origami, tea tasting, duct tape wallets, jewelry making, strip cloth weaving, wallpaper envelopes, doll making, make your own bath salts, voting on the 2013 cookie incentives, silent films and dressing up for old fashioned photos, animal tracks, raffles, and more!
- From: Oakland Zoo, Little Brownie Bakers, Walt Disney Family Museum, Habitat for Humanity, EF Tours, Ashdon Farms, American Heart Association, African American Museum at Oakland, QSP, Niles Essaney Silent Film Museum, and more.
- Origami with American Heart Association
- Duct Tape Wallets
- Jewelry Making activities from Dragonfly Designs
- Flying Phoebe Cloth Doll Club will be making dolls!
- Temporary tattoos
- Oakland Zoo identifying animal tracks!
- Set a goal and reach to new heights on our Rock Wall
- Guess how many boxes of cookies fit in a Volkswagen Bus
- Travel through the history of Product Sales, 1912-current
- Watch the videos troops submit of their fall product sales videos
- Visit Cookie wood to play the Game of Life, Cookie Style
- Walk down the Hall of Fame and find your name on the 2012, 550+ box cookie sellers
- Click here for Rock Wall waiver.
Building C: Archery!
Building E: BB Guns!
Building J: Golden Gate Bridging
- Click here for a schedule of bridging times for each age level.
Building O: Heritage Museum
- An enormous hall of Girl Scout history, honoring our past traditions and celebrating how we carry them forward today!
Building P: Hall of Awards
- More than 10 activities with 7 organizations!
- Featuring Girl Scouts award candidates and organizations like the Humane Society, SPCA, and FIRST Robotics will offer activities such as making blankets for foster kids, toy making for pets, bookmarks for Africa, animal bingo, crafts, internet safety, and more!
Building R: The Most Enormous Girl Scout Store You’ll Ever See!
- More than 40 activities from 36 organizations!
- Activities include an adventure course with llamas, lashing a giant geodome, crafts like bandana pins, cork animals, face painting, stone polishing, badge making, surfing, bicycle skills, games, teambuilding, leaf art, lanyards, the Living History section with Morse code, knot tying, compass work and orienteering, the Great Mosaic Project, and so much more!
- From: Girl Ventures, Kayak Connection, Outback Adventures, Point Reyes Outdoors, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Raging Waters, Santa Cruz Bike Tours, Richard Schmidt Surf School, and UC San Francisco, Camp Butano, Kamp Konocti, Diablo Day Camp, Two Sentinels, and more.
- Click here for more information about Camp S'More
- More than 20 activities from 16 organizations!
- Activities include rescue dogs, farm animals, parrots and other birds, ponies, cats, rabbits, turtles, lizards, and more.
- From: Animal Rescue Foundation, SaveABunny, SPCA, Humane S oci ety, Mickaboo, Tree Frog Treks, NorCal Co llie Rescue, Bella Oaks Stables, and more!
- Make your dog or cat a new toy with the East Bay SPCA
- Make pet hug packs with the American Rescue Foundation
- Create treat bags for Bunny Rescue Animals
- Get your picture taken with a Pony
- Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom with Peter Gros and his animal friends with 4 sessions that seat 400 people each session!
- Radio Disney’s Rockin’ Road Show featuring Caroline Sunshine that seats 3,000!
- 15 Performances at the Year of the Girl Stage that serves 400 per show
- Including Cal Band, Viva Las Chicas, the Two Sentinels Choir, El Grito de la Cultura, After Eight Singers, Harmony Dance Center, and more!
- 12 Performances during the day at the Amphitheater that seats 3,000 per show:
- Discover Showcase featuring Ballet Folklorico Nicaragua Viva, Bollywood dancing, the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, Taiko Ren Japanese drummers, and Vietnamese Fan Dancing.
- Inspire Showcase featuring Folklorico Nacional Mexicano, Martha Vaughan y Grupo Excelencia, Starling Music, and Valley Dance Theater.
- Plus, Melinda Caroll Girl Scout sing-a-longs and dancing, UC Marching Band, a giant dance party, She’s Got Talent competition, a live podcast, DJ Curtis of the CD Boys, Organic Women’s Chorus, Peter Weiss and the Earth Rangers, Comedy Sportz Skits, storytelling, the Parade of Camps, the Parade of Service Units, a Scouts’ Own, Camp S’More Recipe Contest, and awards ceremonies.
- Grand Finale featuring pop stars Manika and Amber Lily plus Quartet Rouge, and a closing ceremony planned by Girl Scouts – topped off with a specially-designed fireworks show!
- More than 60 activities from 46 organizations!
- Activities include fly fishing, Euro-Bungee, Human Foozball, orienteering, fencing, baseball, golf, soccer, basketball, booths from Giants, A’s, Raiders, 49ers, Sharks, dunk tank, ability awareness, working dogs, SWAPS, Community Service Alley with food banks to animal rescue organizations, hula hoops, duck races, model trains, bicycle games, bracelet making, and more!
- From: Ride the Ducks, San Francisco Zoo, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland A’s, Oakland Raiders, San Jose Earthquakes, Sports Basement, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Tandy Leather Factory, Pacific Yachting, California Canoe and Kayak, Klean Kanteen, the SS Jeremiah O’Brian, and more!
- Grand Finale Seating in GirlTopia!
Paved Lots: Festival of Fun
- 10 HUGE activities from 5 organizations!
- Activities include the U.S. Tennis Association’s inflatable Smash Zone, inflatable jousting, obstacle courses, Smokey the Bear, Leave No Trace, and more!
- BB Guns*
- Obstacle Course
- Scuba* Click here for waiver.
- Rock Climbing* Click here for waiver for Building B Rock Wall.
- Zip Lining* Click here for waiver.
- Bike safety
*These activities have age restrictions due to guidelines in the Council Resource Guide (CRG) and the individual vendors. Rock Walls are open to ages 7 & up, Zip Lines to ages 9 & up and Scuba to ages 11 & up. Archery and B.B. Guns will follow CRG Guidelines on ages.
Girl Scouts practice doing a "good turn daily" and we have lots of opportunities for you to give back while at One Hundred Fun Hundred! Please click here for a complete list of community service projects that will be going on and how you can support them!