Scout-O-Rama 2018 Is This Week at Spring Lake Park – Saturday, April 28


The Boy Scouts of America, Caddo Area Council, and Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas Council are inviting all to attend the Annual Scout-O-Rama at Spring Lake Park for a day of Scouting fun this Saturday, April 28.

Press Release:

Texarkana, Texas – Scout-O-Rama is back! Spring Lake Park in Texarkana, Texas is the place to be this Saturday, April 28 as the Boy Scouts of America, Caddo Area Council and Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas Council invite the whole family to join us for a day of Scouting fun.

Saturday, the public is invited to come explore Scouting in all of its many forms and have a lot of fun doing it. Scout-O-Rama is open to the public Saturday from 10:30 am to 4 pm. This year our theme is “You Can Be a STAR,” and there will be an all-star Scout lineup: Boy Scout Troops, Venture Crews, Sea Scouts, Webelos, Cub
Scouts, Girl Scouts, the Civil Air Patrol, and more will come from all over the Four States area for this regional Scout show and show off the skills they have learned.

There’s still room for Chili cooks in our 3rd annual International Chili Society sanctioned chili cook-off. For the
chili lovers, bring $5 and sample some from all of these fine chili chefs. Chili will be served from Noon until 3 pm.

Saturday night after dark, approximately 8:30 PM, even though our area of Spring Lake Park is closed to the
public, you’re still invited to watch the fireworks display from other locations in and around the Park.

Just look at all there is to do:

• Fireworks after dark
• Hot Air Balloons
• Live 1800’s era cannon fire
• Pinewood Derby racing
• GaGa Ball Pit
• Fishing
• Soap Box Derby Racing
• ICS Sanctioned Chili Cook Off
• Static displays of military vehicles
• Scout Craft
• Tomahawk throwing
• Native American Drum Team and Dancing
• Pre 1840’s camping demonstrations
• Blacksmithing
• Helicopter Fly Inn
• Bladesmithing
• Canoeing
• Food vendors & more!


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