09-Jul-2015

   

 

Rainbucket 2012! 

Where - Popkum Native Reserve

When - November 16, 17 and 18, 2012

 

 

Who - Rainbucket is open to any registered member of Venturers, Rovers (yes, Rovers!), Senior Branches, Link members, and Advisors.

 

 

What –

This year’s theme is

There's an APP for That!

Join us for a good time. Sign up for the Olympics and prove you’ve got what it takes; have fun in the mud and dance the night away. 

RULES (They are simple but important):                       

  • You need to be ACTIVE in myscouts otherwise you will be turned away 

  • Stay out of the water except during the Polar Bear swim – we all want to stay warm and dry

  • Please don’t sleep in your vehicle

  • All generators should be far away from tents and turned off 11pm-6am.

  • Respect the site – that means pick up after yourself and stay on our sides of all fences

  • Respect all Rainbucket Staff
     

  • ALL SCOUTING/GUIDING RULES, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ARE IN EFFECT
     

  • Please make sure you bring:

  •       Registration package and money.

  •       Health forms for each person

  •       An advisor

  •       All your equipment, food and WATER for the whole weekend

  •       If you want a fire please bring a raised fireplace and your own wood. All fires must leave NO trace

  •       All your awesome Canadian decorations!

  • Please do NOT bring:

  •      Illegal drugs/alcohol – There are no warnings, your whole group will go home.

  •       Fireworks / firecrackers / bear bangers / guns / bullhorns / megaphones / air-horns / etc

 

Arrival - Friday, November 16,

 2012
 

 at 5:00pm

Closing - Sunday, November 18,

 2012

at 11:00am

Friday is arrival and set up.

With Saturday morning comes Opening and Rules.

 

Saturday afternoon brings organized theme activities ending with the evening dance.

Sunday is a quiet day with Closing and Clean up / Clear Out.  

ABSOLUTELY NO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS.

 

 THIS IS A SCOUTING EVENT

Please note!! 

There is no potable water at the Popkum site.  Please bring sufficient water to supply your group for the period of time you are there.

 

Also, take note.  There have been sightings of bears in the area, and standard scouting practice while in bear country is required.


 

 

 

This site was last updated 11/21/12  Site managed by Don York