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Upcoming shop closures

  • Special event: all shops closed Saturday, Aug. 25
Balboa Campus (San Diego) shop
Location: 1231 Upas St.
San Diego, CA 92103-5199
Map/Directions
Phone: (619) 610-0760
(800) 643-4798
Fax: (619) 298-2031
Regular hours
Closed most holidays
Monday  9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday  9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday  Noon-8 p.m.
Thursday  9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday  9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday  9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday Closed
Summer hours (June 18-Aug. 5)
Monday  8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday  8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday  Noon-7 p.m.
Thursday  8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday  8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday  Closed
Sunday Closed
Escondido Program Center shop
Location: 3050 Las Palmas
Escondido, CA 92025
Located inside Kit Carson Park;
use our map/directions to
avoid getting lost.

Phone: (760) 739-0860 ext. 524
(800) 643-4798
Fax: (760) 739-0084
Regular hours  
Closed most holidays  
Monday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Tuesday  Closed  
Wednesday  Noon-7 p.m.  
Thursday  Closed  
Friday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Saturday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Sunday Closed  
* closed for lunch 1-1:30 p.m.
Summer hours (June 18-Aug. 5)  
Monday  8 a.m.-1 p.m.  
Tuesday  Closed  
Wednesday  Closed  
Thursday  Closed  
Friday  Noon-5 p.m.  
Saturday  Closed  
Sunday Closed  
Open some additional hours
due to camp bus pickup.
North Coastal Service Center (Carlsbad) shop
Location: 5315 Avenida Encinas, Suite 100
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Map/Directions
Phone: (760) 444-9011 ext. 596/598
(800) 643-4798
Fax: (760) 444-9014
Regular hours  
Closed most holidays  
Monday  Closed  
Tuesday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Wednesday  Noon-7 p.m.  
Thursday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Friday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Saturday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Sunday Closed  
 
* closed for lunch 1-1:30 p.m.
Summer hours (June 18-Aug. 5)  
Monday  Closed  
Tuesday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Wednesday  Noon-7 p.m.
Thursday  9 a.m.-3 p.m. *
Friday  Closed  
Saturday  Closed  
Sunday Closed  
 
* closed for lunch 1-1:30 p.m.
† closed for lunch 4-4:30 p.m.
Girl Scouts San Diego fun patch programs

Find these patches, exclusive to Girl Scouts San Diego, in our shops.

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4Her!

Girls who have family support and participation in their Girl Scout adventures are more likely to stay, and troops excel when parents are part of the fun. Ask your troop families to volunteer four hours this year … 4Her! Guidelines

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Ability Awareness and Inclusion

Become aware of the need for inclusion and ways to include people with disabilities in your troop and community. | Guidelines 

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Blind Aware

Complete this rocker patch after earning our Ability Awareness and Inclusion patch. Understand people who are blind or experience visual impairment. | Guidelines 

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Art of Ballet

Discover dance as you watch a live performance or video of a professional ballet, take a class to develop new skills, create a costume or choreograph a dance to perform. | Guidelines 

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Balboa Campus

Attend a workshop or event at our Balboa Campus, or camp there overnight. | No further requirements.

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Blasting Into Our Next 100 Years

Celebrate a century of Girl Scouts in San Diego with the motto, "Yes girls can!" | No further requirements.

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Bridging

Celebrate bridging from one level to the next with the Bridging patch, which pictures one of San Diego's most famous monuments.

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Cesar Chavez

Find out what it takes to work as a farmer. Research Cesar Chavez, learn more about his life, and increase awareness of the contributions of this Hispanic-American hero to our community. | Guidelines 

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Caroling

Go caroling with your troop or family. | No further requirements.

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Day on the Mall

Today’s malls: a relic of the past, or a central and vital part of today’s society? Central shopping areas provide not only convenient shopping, but also a wonderful opportunity for learning. Explore a little and consider what a mall really has to offer. | Guidelines 

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Dia de los Muertos

This colorful Mexican holiday is an important tradition for many people in the San Diego area. Attend an event, or learn about the history of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) as a troop. | No further requirements.

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Dolores Huerta

Research the life of Dolores Huerta and the three issues at the core of her legacy: both the human and civil rights of farmworkers, women and immigrants. | K-5 guidelines  | 6-12 guidelines 

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Escondido Program Center

Attend a workshop or event at our Escondido Program Center, or camp there overnight. | No further requirements.

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Field Hockey

Learn the rules of the game and how this international sport is governed. Watch a local team play, learn drills, or make up some moves of your own and try them out with friends. | Guidelines 

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Flag Ceremony

Honor the United States and our country’s flag by participating in a flag ceremony. (You can rent a flag from our resource centers.) Our patch will help you commemorate what you did.

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Girl Scouts San Diego Council ID

Visit one of our three Girl Scouts San Diego locations (Balboa Campus, Escondido Program Center or North Coastal Service Center). | No further requirements.

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Helping Hands

Give yourself a hand! Earn a patch for every 25 hours of service — unpaid babysitting, picking up trash or other small jobs — and a rocker when you reach 100 hours. | Guidelines 

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Happy Birthday, Juliette Low

Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, was born on Oct. 31. Be sure to wish her a happy birthday! | No further requirements.

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Happy Halloween

Enjoy a fun Halloween activity or outing. | No further requirements.

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Juliette Low World Friendship

Reach for global understanding and goodwill through discussion of cultural diversity and what it's like to be a Girl Scout or Girl Guide around the world. | Guidelines 

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Old Town

Discover the history of thirteen locations, and the lives of early San Diegans, to better understand how California as we know it came to be. Great for visitors as well as local Girl Scouts. | Guidelines 

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Pumpkin Patch

Make great memories at a pumpkin patch. | No further requirements.

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Quake-Safe

Plan a presentation on preparing for earthquakes. Teach others what an earthquake is, what items to have ready, how to create a family plan, and what to do during and after a quake. | Guidelines 

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Rededication

Celebrate the completion of an excellent year and the beginning of a new one with this patch.

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Smart Start

Work together, girls with adults, during your troop's first year to make a bright beginning! Each year after, add a rocker “ray” to show continued fun and learning. | Guidelines 

Triathlon-patch
Triathlon

Watch a triathlon in person or on television and learn about swimming, biking and running. Identify the safety activity checkpoints for all three sports, then participate in a race on your own. | Guidelines 

GSSD Patch We're Creating the Future
We're Creating the Future

Girls are the future! | No further requirements.

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Whispering Oaks

Attend a workshop or event at Camp Whispering Oaks, or camp there overnight. | No further requirements.

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Winacka

Attend a workshop or event at Camp Winacka, or camp there overnight. | No further requirements.

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World of Whales

The California gray whale lives in the Pacific Ocean and migrates every year from Alaska to Baja California, between late December and early March. Learn about these whales and what has been done to save them from extinction. | Guidelines 


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Free backpack with Starter Kit

If you’re just starting out in Girl Scouts — or moving up to the next level — get all the basics in a Starter Kit. Kits include a girl Journey book, Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting, official uniform (vest, tunic or sash), flag patch, council ID set, membership pins and troop numbers. Plus, you'll get a free Girl Scout backpack with your kit. Available for all program age levels.


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The distinctive Girl Scout look

Today's girls keep to the iconic elements of the classic Girl Scout uniform ... with a few modern twists, in step with trends and active lifestyles. Girl Scouts wear one required element (tunic, sash or vest) to display pins and awards. They can mix and match pieces from the official collection to complete the uniform, or wear with their own wardrobes.


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Camp kits

These daypacks are filled with fun (and useful) additions to the summer camp experience! Order when you register for camp, or through stores. Pick up your kit at your local shop or at check-in on your first day of camp, available in stores after May 15.

Confidence Builder basic ($35) — Daypack loaded with GSSD water bottle with carabiner (BPA free), bandana, and sunscreen/lip balm combo with carabiner

Confidence Builder deluxe ($50) — Basic kit + GSSD flashlight and camp stationary set (4 postcards, stamps and GSSD pen)

Comfort Camper basic ($35) — Daypack loaded with GSSD water bottle with carabiner (BPA free), 5" plush camp mascot (Chewy-Whispering Oaks or Rusty-Winaka), game/activity.

Comport Camper deluxe ($50) — Basic kit + pillowcase and camp stationary set (4 postcards, stamps, and GSSD pen)


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Troop Camping

The newest Girls Choice badge series from Girl Scouts of the USA includes a Daisy badge as well as Brownie-Ambassador! These badges were developed, created and voted on by girls. Requirements will be available for download in mid-June.


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Recognize achievements

Show your love for the Highest Award recipients in your life with these tokens, like charms, patches, writing supplies and bumper stickers bearing the Gold, Silver and Bronze award sunbursts. Have an adult to honor? Take a look at recognition pins for grown-up Girl Scouts (some to be purchased and awarded at the council level).


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Have a Girl Scout celebration

Our shops carry trefoil-shaped cookie cutters and silicon pans you can use to jazz up your party treats. Festive décor, including GS confetti and balloons, is available in our online store. See more party supplies.


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Cookie Supplies

This canvas, pull-behind cart makes door-to-door sales a breeze! The open top and sides give you easy access to 25-30 boxes of cookies. Easy to clean and folds flat for transport and storage. Additional cookie materials such as the Girl Scout Cookie themed tees, Cookie Party Packs, cookie mobile kits and OTM support kits all available in shops. (While supplies last.) 


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Adult Wear

Official and unofficial Girl Scout uniforms for adult and girls available for purchase. Tees, hoodies, hats for girls, troop parents, leaders and dads. Be in the Girl Scout spirit for your troop meetings or year round!


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G.I.R.L. Gear

Be inspired—and inspiring! Be a G.I.R.L.- Go getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader and be a proud support of the Girl Scout brand.


MADE IN THE USA

Made in America

The GSUSA merchandise department continues to expand its commitment to American-made products. This year, badge production begins transitioning to the US, and in conjunction with that shift, badges have gone up in price from $2 to $3.