Girl Guides rallying in Cowichan Saturday

Girl Guides of Canada – Water’s Edge District is holding their second annual Revel Rally on Saturday Nov. 21

Girl Guides of Canada – Water’s Edge District is holding their second annual Revel Rally on Saturday Nov. 21, at the Cowichan Exhibition Grounds at Mellor Hall from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Approximately 200 girls and guiders aged five to 105 years old will be in attendance from the top of the Malahat to just north of Ladysmith, including Lake Cowichan and Salt Spring Island.

The Revel Rally theme is “Waters Edge Revel Rally Goes Kaboom!” and provides the opportunity for a district bridging activity for all levels of Guiding from Sparks to Trefoil to come together to learn, experience and have fun.

Many activities have been planned for the day such as belly dancing, singing, Zumba or hip hop, crafts and science experiments.

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